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Disciplinary Procedures and Consequences HOPE Community Academy 2014

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HOPE Community Academy Disciplinary Procedures and Consequences The administration may impose or recommend longer suspensions, expulsion, or any other discipline as appropriate on a case-bycase basis. For students with an Individualized Education Plan, disciplinary action with consider the relationship of the behavior to the student’s disability and will involve the student’s case manager. Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) will be implemented at the school-wide, classroom and individual levels to reduce problem behaviors. Physical restraints will be implemented by trained school personnel in crisis situations where the student physically harms or attempts to harm him/herself or others. Student/Student Relationships: Disciplinary Procedures and Consequences Abuse-Verbal/Written Using language that is disrespectful, discriminatory, abusive, or obscene. 1st Offense Per Year May include (But not limited to) the following: 1). Lunch Detention 2). Loss of special privileges May include (But not limited to) the following: 1). Lunch Detention 2). Loss of special privileges 2nd Offense 3rd Offense Per Year Per Year One day of inschool suspension Parent Conference One day of inschool suspension Parent Conference Two days of inschool suspension Parent Conference Two days of inschool suspension Parent Conference 4th Offense Per Year One day of Out of School Suspension Parent Conference One day of Out of School Suspension Parent Conference 5th Offense Per Year Two days of out of school suspension Parent Conference Two days of out of school suspension Parent Conference 6th Offense Per Year Expulsion Threatening/Intimidating Acts: Verbally, or by gesture, threatening the well-being, health, or safety of any Student on school property, or going to or from school. Expulsion

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Student/Student Relationships: Disciplinary Procedures and Consequences Scuffle/Intimidation Encouraging, promoting, or initiating a fight (pushing, shoving, slapping, or spitting). 1st Offense Per Year May include (But not limited to) the following: 1). Lunch Detention 2). Loss of special privileges 2nd Offense Per Year One day of inschool suspension Parent Conference 3rd Offense Per Year Two days of inschool suspension Parent Conference 4th Offense Per Year One day of out of School Suspension Parent Conference 5th Offense Per Year Two days of out of school suspension Parent Conference 6th Offense Per Year Expulsion Fighting Mutual (more than pushing/shoving) in which both parties are involved in verbal and/or physical abuse. One-three day inschool suspension Parent Conference Three-five days out of school suspension Parent Conference Expulsion Physical Attack The act of physically assaulting, or attempting to injure. or intentionally inflicting bodily harm upon any student on school property or going to or from school. Referral to police When appropriate. One to three days in/out of school suspension Parent Conference Three to five days out of school suspension Parent Conference Expulsion

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Student/Student Relationships: Disciplinary Procedures and Consequences Harassment Engaging in verbal acts that injure, degrade, intimidate, or disgrace other individuals, including words that negatively impact an individual or group based on their racial, cultural, or sexual preference, or any disability they may have. 1st Offense Per Year May include, but not limited to, the following: 1). Lunch detention 2). Loss of special privileges 2nd Offense Per Year One day of inschool suspension Parent Conference 3rd Offense Per Year Two days of inschool suspension Parent Conference 4th Offense Per Year One day of out of School Suspension Parent Conference 5th Offense Per Year Two days of out of school suspension Parent Conference 6th Offense Per Year Expulsion Sexual Harassment To engage in acts that injure, degrade, intimidate or disgrace other individuals including, but not limited to the act of touching, grabbing, pulling at a person’s body or clothing. Also includes materials and/or pictures, which are sexually explicit or demeaning. May include, but not limited to, the following: 1). Lunch detention 2). Loss of special privileges One day of inschool suspension Parent Conference Two days of inschool suspension Parent Conference One day of out of School Suspension Parent Conference Two days of out of school suspension Parent Conference Expulsion

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Student/Student Relationships: Disciplinary Procedures and Consequences Criminal Sexual Conduct Sexual misconduct includes inappropriate touching, removal, or attempted removal of clothing; or sexual intercourse. Referral to police when appropriate. 1st Offense Per Year Three days out of school suspension Consideration of a recommendation for expulsion 2nd Offense Per Year Expulsion 3rd Offense 4th Offense Per Year Per Year 5th Offense Per Year 6th Offense Per Year Theft Unauthorized taking of property of another person, or receiving or possessing of such property. May include, but not limited to, the following: 1). Lunch detention 2). Loss of special privileges 3). Restitution One day of in-school suspension and community service project Restitution Two days of inschool suspension and community service project Restitution One day of out of school suspension and community service project Restitution Parent Conference Two days of out of school suspension and community service project Restitution Parent Conference Expulsion Parent Conference Parent Conference

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Student/Student Relationships: Disciplinary Procedures and Consequences Student Attire/Uniform 1). Manner of dress or personal grooming which the school authorities believe will, or actually does, present a clear danger to the student’s health and safety, cause an interference with work, or create a classroom or school disorder. 2). Students need to wear school uniforms to school each day. 1st Offense Per Year Student conference 2nd Offense Per Year May include, but not limited to, the following: 1). Lunch detention 2). Loss of special privilege 3). Notification of parent 3rd Offense Per Year May include, but not limited to, the following: 1). Lunch detention 2). Loss of special privilege 3). Notification of parent 4th Offense Per Year One day of inschool suspension Parent Conference 5th Offense Per Year Two days of inschool suspension Parent Conference 6th Offense Per Year One day out of school suspension Parent Conference Student/Staff Relationships: Disciplinary Procedures and Consequences Abuse: Verbal/Written Using language that is disrespectful, discriminatory, abusive, obscene or threatening. 1st Offense Per Year May include (But not limited to) the following: 1). Lunch Detention 2). Loss of special privileges 2nd Offense Per Year One day of inschool suspension Parent Conference 3rd Offense Per Year Two days of inschool suspension Parent Conference 4th Offense Per Year One day of out of School Suspension Parent Conference 5th Offense Per Year Two days of out of school suspension Parent Conference 6th Offense Per Year Expulsion

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Student/Staff Relationships: Disciplinary Procedures and Consequences Insubordination Willful failure or refusal to respond or carry out a reasonable request by authorized school personnel. 1st Offense Per Year May include (But not limited to) the following: 1). Lunch Detention 2). Loss of special privileges 2nd Offense Per Year May include (But not limited to) the following: 1). Lunch Detention 2). Loss of special privileges 3). Parent Notification May include (But not limited to) the following: 1). Lunch Detention 2). Loss of special privileges 3). Parent Notification May include (But not limited to) the following: 1). Lunch Detention 2). Loss of special privileges 3). Parent Notification 3rd Offense Per Year One day of inschool suspension Parent Conference 4th Offense Per Year Two days of out of school suspension Parent Conference 5th Offense Per Year One day of out of school suspension Parent Conference 6th Offense Per Year Expulsion Interference, Disruption, or Obstruction Any action that disrupts the teaching and learning environment for students and staff. May include (But not limited to) the following: 1). Lunch Detention 2). Loss of special privileges One day of inschool suspension Parent Conference Two days of out of school suspension Parent Conference One day of out of school suspension Parent Conference Expulsion Academic Dishonesty Cheating on assignments and tests. May include (But not limited to) the following: 1). Lunch Detention 2). Loss of special privileges One day of inschool suspension Parent Conference Two days of out of school suspension Parent Conference One day of out of school suspension Parent Conference Expulsion

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Student/Staff Relationships: Disciplinary Procedures and Consequences Forgery Written or spoken misrepresentation of the truth, including forged parental signatures and false phone calls. 1st Offense Per Year May include (But not limited to) the following: 1). Lunch Detention 2). Loss of special privileges 2nd Offense Per Year May include (But not limited to) the following: 1). Lunch Detention 2). Loss of special privileges 3). Parent Notification 3rd Offense Per Year One day of inschool suspension Parent Conference 4th Offense Per Year Two days of out of school suspension Parent Conference 5th Offense Per Year One day of out of school suspension Parent Conference 6th Offense Per Year Expulsion Threatening or Intimidating Acts Threatening, directly or indirectly, the well-being, health, or safety of any member of the school staff. Referral to police when necessary. May include (But not limited to) the following: 1). Lunch Detention 2). Loss of special privileges May include (But not limited to) the following: 1). Lunch Detention 2). Loss of special privileges 3). Parent Notification Expulsion One day of inschool suspension Parent Conference Two days of out of school suspension Parent Conference One day of out of school suspension Parent Conference Expulsion Physical Assault of a Staff Member The act of physically assaulting, or attempting to injure, any member of the school staff, either on school property or at any activity under school sponsorship. Notification of police when necessary. Three days out of school suspension/ Consideration of a recommendation for expulsion

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School Property: Disciplinary Procedures And Consequences Trespassing Unauthorized presence on school Grounds when closed to the public. 1st Offense Per Year Parent Notification 2nd Offense Per Year May include, but not limited to, the following: 1). Lunch detention 2). Loss of special privileges One day of in-school suspension Parent Conference 3rd Offense 4th Offense Per Year Per Year One day of inschool suspension Parent Conference Two days of out of school suspension Parent Conference Two days of inschool suspension Parent Conference 5th Offense Per Year One day of out of school suspension Parent Conference 6th Offense Per Year Two days of out of school suspension Parent Conference Expulsion Unauthorized Use of School Property The unauthorized or illegal use of school property for non-school sponsored activities. May include, but not limited to, the following: 1). Lunch detention 2). Loss of special privileges May include, but not limited to, the following: 1). Lunch detention 2). Loss of special privileges 3). Restitution One day of out of school suspension Parent Conference Three days out of school suspension Parent Conference Damage to Property: A). School Property: Littering, defacing, cutting, or otherwise damaging school property in any way. The parent or guardian shall be liable for all damages caused by the student. One day of in-school suspension and community service project Restitution Two days of inschool suspension and community service project Restitution One day of out of school suspension and community service project Restitution Parent Conference Two days of out of school suspension and community service project Restitution Parent Conference Expulsion Parent Conference Parent Conference B). Staff/Student Property Willful damage to property of staff members and/or others.

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School Property: Disciplinary Procedures And Consequences Truant Leaving class without adult permission During school hours. Leaving school grounds without adult Permission during school hours or at any Other school related event. Notification Of police when necessary. 1st Offense Per Year May include, but not limited to, the following: 1). Lunch detention 2). Loss of special privileges 3). Restitution 2nd Offense Per Year One day of in-school suspension and community service project Restitution 3rd Offense Per Year Two days of inschool suspension and community service project Restitution 4th Offense Per Year One day of out of school suspension and community service project Restitution Parent Conference 5th Offense Per Year Two days of out of school suspension and community service project Restitution Parent Conference 6th Offense Per Year Expulsion Parent Conference Parent Conference Misuse of Technology Tampering with hardware or software or Inappropriate use of available date in a school setting, including the inappropriate use of the Internet May include, but not limited to, the following: 1). Lunch detention 2). Loss of technology privileges May include, but not limited to, the following: 1). Lunch detention 2). Loss of special privileges 3). Parent notification One day of inschool suspension Loss of technology privileges for one week Parent Conference Two days in-school suspension Loss of technology privileges for two weeks Parent Conference One day out of school suspension Loss of technology privileges for two weeks Parent Conference No technology privileges .

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School Property: Disciplinary 1st Offense Procedures Per Year And Consequences Vandalism The act of willful destruction of public property: a). Destruction-torender unusable *Restitution requires parental contact. Referral to police as necessary. b). Defacing – Damage that requires cleaning or repair. *Restitution required c). Misuse of printed materials *Restitution required d). Misuse, damage or destruction of computers and/or software *Restitution required May include, but not limited to, the following: 1). Lunch detention 2). Loss of special privileges 3). Restitution 2nd Offense Per Year One day of in-school suspension and community service project Restitution 3rd Offense Per Year Two days of inschool suspension and community service project Restitution 4th Offense Per Year One day of out of school suspension and community service project Restitution Parent Conference 5th Offense Per Year Two days of out of school suspension and community service project Restitution Parent Conference 6th Offense Per Year Expulsion Parent Conference Parent Conference Theft Unauthorized taking of property of another person, or receiving or possessing such property. May include, but not limited to, the following: 1). Lunch detention 2). Loss of special privileges 3). Restitution One day of in-school suspension and community service project Restitution Two days of inschool suspension and community service project Restitution One day of out of school suspension and community service project Restitution Parent Conference Two days of out of school suspension and community service project Restitution Parent Conference Expulsion Parent Conference Parent Conference

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School Property: Disciplinary Procedures And Consequences Robbery/Burglary a). The obtaining of property from another where his/her consent was induced by the use of force, or a threat of force. b). Entering the building without consent and intending to commit or committing a crime. 1st Offense Per Year One day out of school suspension Police Notification 2nd Offense Per Year Two days out of school suspension Police Notification 3rd Offense Per Year Expulsion 4th Offense Per Year 5th Offense Per Year 6th Offense Per Year

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Protection of Public Safety: Disciplinary Procedures And Consequences Possession of Weapons Possessing any firearm, whether loaded or unloaded, or any device or instrument designed as a weapon and capable of producing severe bodily harm, or intended to look like a device or instrument capable Of producing bodily harm. Weapons include, but are Limited to guns (including pellet guns, look-alike, and Non-functioning guns that could be used to Threaten others), knives of any kind (including pocket Knives), clubs, metal knuckles, nun chucks, throwing stars, explosives stun guns, ammunition, and mace. A student who finds a weapon on school ground or the bus and takes the weapon immediately to the office shall not be considered in possession of a weapon. Police notification when necessary. 1st Offense Per Year Five days out of school suspension Consideration for a recommendation for expulsion 2nd Offense 3rd 4th 5th 6th Per Year Offense Offense Offense Offense Per Year Per Year Per Year Per Year Expulsion Bomb Threat Intentionally giving false alarm of a bomb. Three days out of school suspension Parent Conference Ten days out of school suspension Parent Conference Expulsion

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Protection of Public Safety: Disciplinary Procedures And Consequences Terrorist Threat Threatening, directly or indirectly, to commit any crime of violence with the purpose of terrorizing another person. 1st Offense Per Year Ten days out of school suspension Consideration for recommendation for expulsion Immediate notification of police Five days out of school suspension Consideration for recommendation for expulsion 2nd Offense 3rd Offense Per Year Per Year Expulsion 4th Offense Per Year 5th Offense Per Year 6th Offense Per Year Arson The willful and malicious burning of, or attempting to burn, any part of any building or property of the school. Referral to police and fire department. Expulsion Possession of Matches/Lighter Possession of any item that can cause a fire. False Fire Alarm The giving of a false alarm of fire or tampering or interference with any fire alarm system. Referral to police when appropriate. May include, but not limited to, the following: 1). Lunch detention 2). Loss of special privileges One day of in-school suspension Parent Conference One day of inschool suspension Parent Conference Two days of out of school suspension Parent Conference Two days of out of school suspension Parent Conference One day of out of school suspension Parent Conference One day of out of school suspension Parent Conference Three days out of school suspension Parent Conference Three days out of school suspension Parent Conference Expulsion Expulsion

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Protection of Public Safety: Disciplinary Procedures And Consequences Gang or Cult Activity There will be zero tolerance of gang or cult activity. Referral to police when appropriate. 1st Offense Per Year One day inschool suspension Parent notification One day out of school suspension Parent Notification 2nd Offense Per Year Two days inschool suspension Parent Conference Three days out of school suspension Parent Conference 3rd Offense Per Year One day out of school suspension Parent Conference Five days out of school suspension Parent Conference 4th Offense Per Year Two days out of school suspension Parent Conference Expulsion 5th 6th Offense Offense Per Year Per Year Expulsion Dangerous Drugs/Controlled Substances Possession, sale, distribution, or use, on or off school premises, or any controlled substances (as defined in MN Statute 142.02), or that are presented as controlled substances, while on school grounds or at school sponsored activities. Referral to police. Referral to chemical health specialist. Alcohol Possession, use or being under the influence of any alcoholic product while on school grounds or at school sponsored activities. Referral to police. Referral to chemical health specialist. One day out of school suspension Parent Notification One day out of school suspension Parent Notification Three days out of school suspension Parent Conference Three days out of school suspension Parent Conference Five days out of school suspension Parent Conference Five days out of school suspension Parent Conference Expulsion Tobacco Possession or use of any type of tobacco product by a student will be governed by MN Statute. Referral to police. Referral to chemical health specialist. Expulsion

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