Progressive Discipline Plan
Progressive Discipline for Levels 1 and 2
Failure to keep hands and feet to self
Failure to line up when the bell rings
Inappropriate items (electronic devices, water pistols, toys, cards, etc.)
In unauthorized area or no hall pass
Possession of unauthorized food, gum, candy, seeds, drinks, etc.Unprepared for class
Step 1:Teacher will speak privately with student regarding inappropriate behavior; fully investigate behavior and conference with all students involved in effort to correct behavior; assign classroom consequence.
Step 2:Teacher may relocate student in effort to correct behavior; discuss inappropriate behavior second time; assign 2ndconsequence.
Step 3:Student completes “Behavior Log” form; temporarily placed in buddy teacher’s class; review behavior plan with student and assign detention; missed assignments made up as hw; contact parent re: behavior and detention.
Step 4:Teacher will request a parent conference; may request an SST.
Step 5:Referral; call office to notify (do not send up)office will call when someone is available to see the student;principal or principal designee will call home; possible suspension.
Disrespect/defiance to school staff or volunteers
Disrespect towards other students
Failure to serve detention
Forging a signature and/or note
Inappropriate language (name calling, profanity, etc.)
Inappropriate use of classroom/school equipment
Lying, cheating, stealing, gambling, etc.
Not walking in hallways
Spitting, spit wads, food throwing
Violation of the school dress code
Progressive Discipline for Level 3
Damage to school or private property including defacing school property
Fighting on or off campus
Inappropriate language or discussion: Obscene gestures, possession of indecent materials
Insubordination: mocking or sarcasm with teachers/staff
Knowingly receiving stolen property
Physical aggression towards others fighting or horseplay that incites a reaction
Possession of matches or lighters
Step 1:Teacher will fully investigate the incident.
Step 2:Teacher will decide if referral to the office is necessary. The principal or principal designee will either call the classroom for the student or come to the classroom and pick-up the student.
Step 3:The principal or principal designee will contact parents regarding the behavior.
Step 4: The student may be suspended.
Progressive Discipline for Level 4
Assault/serious threat of physical harm during school activities
Harassing, threatening or intimidating a student, teacher, staff or witness
Lewd, indecent, obscene, or offensive conduct
Possession, trafficking and/or under the influence of any illegal controlled substance, alcohol, tobacco or weapons or look-alikes
Possession of “how to” information on: weapons, bombs, dangerous or illegal substances
Sexual harassment or sexual misconduct
Step 1:Student Referral to office and immediate notification to District Administration.
Step 2: Principal or principal designee will call Police/Sheriff as necessary; suspension.
– Possibly referred to expulsion hearing.
Any reimbursement for damages is the responsibility of the student. This discipline program does not supersede District
Policy on pupil suspension and expulsion, nor does it supersede the Education Code of the State ofCalifornia.
Students can be suspended or recommended for expulsion for violations of those codes and policies as well. All consequences
are at the discretion of the principal or principal designee.