Discipline Overview

  • Disciplinary practices will remain at an individual level with an increased focus on re-teaching expected behaviors when incidents occur.

    Disciplinary consequences are cumulative in nature.  First or second minor offenses typically result in a warning, written apology or lunch detention, third through fifth result in office (after school) detention, and habitual inappropriate behavior results in more severe consequences including Saturday detention, in-school and out-of-school suspensions.  Students who engage in chronic inappropriate behaviors will also be referred to the Assistant Principal for additional behavioral interventions and parents will be contacted. Excellence through education must include the proposition that all students should learn as early as possible that they should always be held accountable for their actions.

    We believe that:

    Each teacher has a responsibility to teach.

    Each student has a responsibility to learn.