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USD #294 SUSPENSION-EXPULSION PROCEDURES

Although various other types of behavior or activities may result in suspension or expulsion, the following arespecifically prohibited by a student on the school premises by the Board of Education of the Unified School District No. 294:

·       Refusal to obey a direct order of a teacher or other adult school employee

·       Make threatening remarks or gestures to any teacher, school employee, or another student

·       Use of profane or obscene language

·       Participating in acts of violence or extortion

·       Exerting unauthorized control over the property of another

·       Possession or use of lethal, threatening, or disruptive items or paraphernalia within the school system

·       Possession or use of tobacco, alcohol, or drugs (other than patent medicines or those prescribed by a physician) on school premises

·       Fighting or attempting to provoke others to fight, blocking normal movement of student traffic, or participating in any activity which results in a disturbance of the normal traffic patterns of a normal school environment.

·       Create or participate in any other dangerous or disruptive situations

·       Habitually absent from school, assigned school classes, or required school activities.

        ·Substitute teachers are often in the building.  Students referred to the office by a substitute teacher could be subject to ISS if the classroom teacher notifies the office of a major disruption upon return.

·       Leaving the school building and grounds during the school day without obtaining office permission.

·       Possession of weapons as defined by Kansas State Law at school or on school grounds.

 

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