Student Handbook Dismissal from Class

If the conduct of a student is such that it interferes with the work of the teacher and/or students, and does not improve after warning, the student will be dismissed from the classroom.
            a.         Any student dismissed from class shall report to the principal’s office. A
conference with the teacher, student, and principal will be held. A disciplinary                                 report shall be completed by the teacher for the student’s file. The teacher shall call the parents and/or send a letter relative to the action. (Suspension may                            or may not be issued depending on the nature of the incident.)

b.         A second dismissal from that class or any other class may result in suspension time with parents’ notification.

            c.         A third dismissal from that class or any other class may result in suspension with parent notification.

d.         Disciplinary action after that point will result in bringing the student before the school board for expulsion.

e.         A student, who has been dismissed from class but refuses to leave the room at the request of the teacher, shall be suspended.

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