Disruptive Behavior


Students who, because of negative behavior, impede the progress of class are to be considered disruptive. There is no excuse for depriving classmates of the right to an education. Therefore, students referred to the office for disruptive behavior will be assigned Saturday detention. If the problem continues, the student will again be referred to the office and assigned In-School suspension for that class for three days. If the behavior continues, the student will then be WITHDRAWN FROM THE CLASS WITH NO CREDIT.  Because of the rules governing summer school, students who are removed from a course are not eligible to make it up in summer school.