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Example of Behavior Infractions

                          Consequences

Level  1

Classroom

·         Rude Behavior

·         Verbal Bullying (ex: Gossiping, name calling, teasing, etc.)

·         Non Verbal Bullying (ex: gestures, eye rolling, etc.)

·         Leaving the line

·         Disrupting the educational process (ex: calling out, distracting other students)

·         Leaving seat

·         Eating or chewing gum without permission

·         Working on another assignment during instruction

·         Throwing objects with intent not to harm

·         Running in the class or in the hallway

* more examples in RCSD Regulations of Interventions and Discipline Policy

·         Use of individual classroom management system of consequences which might include:

·         Loss of point, move clip, etc….

·         Send to buddy teacher

·         Loss of recess

·         Loss of free time

·         Lunch detention

·         Loss of field trip

·         Meet with student to use “Towns-Tools” (Reflection Worksheet, Mediation, etc…..)

·         Parents notified

 

·         Incident documented by teacher as potential threshold behaviors

Level  2

All documented level 1 Infractions that have occurred more than 3 times in a day and…

·         Leaving the room without permission

·         Intentional destruction of property

·         Sexual Harassment

·         Inappropriate behavior (ex: cursing, stealing, etc.)

·         Defiance of Authority (ex: Refusal to follow instructions, Disrespectful speech towards staff member, etc.)

·         Verbal Bullying - Threatening, using obscene or abusive language, etc.

·         Non verbal Bullying - Pushing, kicking, shoving, slapping, grabbing, intimidation, exclusion, etc.

·         Leaving the building without permission

·         Threatening Bodily Harm

·         Physical Fighting

·         Other Physical Aggression/ Bullying behavior

* more examples in RCSD Regulations of Interventions and Discipline Policy

Incident documented by  teacher

·         A Disciplinary referral is completed

·         Parents notified

·         Removal of student from the classroom by the Behavioral Response Team

Once a referral has been written and the student has been removed from the classroom the administration determines the consequences according to *(1) RCSD Regulations of Intervention and Discipline Policy that may include:

·         Arbitration/ mediation

·         Restitution

·         Lunch detention with administrator

·         In School Suspension Room (ISS) *(2)

·         Referral to Response to Intervention team

·         The administrator will notify the teacher the student’s consequences before returning to the classroom.

 

If a student is placed in ISS the teacher can request a Parent conference to discuss the infraction. 

 

*(3) - below

Level  3

 

·         Possession of weapons or Drugs

·         Sexual assault

·         Physical assault on a staff member

 

* more examples in RCSD Regulations of Interventions and Discipline Policy

·         A call to the Administrator for removal of student from the classroom

·         A Disciplinary referral is completed

·         Incident documented by teacher and administrator

·         In School Suspension Room (ISS)

·         Superintendent’s long term referral

·         The administrator will notify the teacher the student’s consequences before returning to the classroom. 

·         RPD called when mandated by RCSD protocol

 

·         *(3) - below

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