2.16 (ZZZ) Stealing or Use of Counterfeit Bills – Any intentional unlawful taking and/or carrying away of property valued at less than $300 belonging to, or in the lawful possession or custody of another, including, but not limited to, money, credit cards, debit cards, gift cards, jewelry and personal items located in lockers, cars, book bags, clothing, or anywhere else on school property or the use of counterfeit money for procuring school items i.e., lunch, fundraisers, uniforms, etc. (Proof of purchase price required).
*2.16 (ZZZ) Stealing or Use of Counterfeit Bills (Group 2.15/2.16/2.17) Restorative Practice1-3 Days ISSP Restorative Practice 1-5 days ISSP Restorative Practice 6-10 days ISSP Restorative Practice 6-10 days ISSP
The fourth time caught, that's caught folks you are still getting ISSP.
2.10 (FIT) Initiating a Fight – When a student intentionally instigates or initiates a fight with another student.
2.10 (FIT) Initiating a Fight (Group 2.07/2.09/2.10/2.11/2.12) 3-5 days ISSP (1 day mandatory minimum) And Restorative Practice And Behavior Contract And Parent Contact And Loss of all extracurricular for ten days 6-10 days ISSP Restorative Practice SOS And Loss of all extracurricular activities for 20 Days 10 Days OSS Referral to Hearing Office
It might be an oversight but it doesn't say there is an out of school suspension for the second fight, Regardless it is not till the students fourth fight where they start to see anything approaching a real consequence.
From FCN, The proposal spells for example that three points will be assigned to fighting, with a second offense upgraded to four points. When a student reaches 12 points, they would be assigned to the Grand Park Educational Center.
Interesting enough the punishment for filming a fight seem just as severe for those being in a fight.
2.13 (ZZZ) Use of a device to record a fight or School Board employee (Group 2.13/2.14) Parent Conference Behavior contract Detention Confiscation of device and return at end of day (returned to student) 1-5 days ISSP Restorative Practice 6-10 days ISSP Guidance referral Confiscation of device and return at end of day (returned to student) Restorative Practice 1-5 days ATOSS Confiscation of device and return at end of day (returned to student) Restorative Practice 6-10 days OSS Confiscation of device and return at end of day (returned to student) Referral to Hearing Office
Take a look for yourself here: Code of conduct draft
I asked a teacher that is really plugged in, Do you think they are trying to improve things or are they just rearranging deck chairs? And they replied, The super made it sound like he understood the need to deal swiftly with fighting and not wait for multiple occurrences. But this proposed CoC for the new year--he's blowing smoke again. Damned tired of it.
What do you think? Are we heading in the right direction or are you tired of it too.
More analysis to come.