Disciplinary Infractions

  • Students who commit serious behavior in- fractions are subject to suspension and in some cases expulsion. 

    Minor Infractions 

    • Gum/food/drink use

    • Cafeteria problem

    • Creating disturbance within the building or on school grounds

    • Any disruptive display of public affection

    • Failure to exit building promptly

    • Failure to follow directions

    • Failure to produce ID when requested

    • Possession of another’s ID

    • Failure to serve lunch detention

    • Failure to serve AM/PM Penalty

    • Gambling

    • Harassment

    • Inappropriate attire

    • Lying to school officials

    • Misuse of technology, including cell phones, personal devices, ear devices

    • Possession/distribution/posting of unauthorized inappropriate material

    • Vulgar/obscene language, writing and/or gestures

    Minor infractions may be considered major based on the circumstances surrounding the incident and/or repeated offenses.

    Major Infractions 

    • Arson

    • Assault and/or battery of students or staff

    • Bullying/cyber bullying

    • Bus disruption

    • Damage to school property or property belonging to staff or students

    • Disruption of class

    • Disruptive demonstrations on school property

    • Failure to serve In-School Suspension

    • Failure to serve AM/PM Penalty (repeat occurrences)

    • Flagrant/continued disregard of school rules

    • Fighting.

    • Firecrackers/smoke bombs

    • Gambling

    • Gang/cult activity (apparel, recruitment, intimidation, graffiti, gestures)

    • Gross student misconduct

    • Group disorder/ creation of chaos

    • Harassment (for example, sexual/racial)

    • Insubordination

    • Leaving School Building without permission

    • Making a bomb threat

    • Misuse of technology, including cell phones, personal devices, ear devices

    • Possession/distribution/posting of unauthorized, inappropriate literature

    • Possession or sale of drugs, drug paraphernalia, or alcohol

    • Possession/use of dangerous materials or weapons, including look-alikes

    • Repeated occurrences of possession of other incendiary devices.

    • Setting off and explosive device (or threat)

    • Tampering with fire extinguishers

    • Theft (determined by incident)

    • Threat of violence to students or staff

    • Tripping of fire alarm (criminal)

    • Truancy - partial or full day

    • Verbal abuse to staff

    • Vulgar/obscene language, writing and/or gestures