- Until the discipline assemblies are held, students who are late to school or class will be given a warning without consequences. After the discipline assemblies, consequences as stated below will be followed.
- Students are expected to be in their classrooms at 8:24 a.m.
- Tardy detentions/admit slips will be given by security to students who are in the hallway outside the main office after the bell has rung.
- Students will keep a copy of the detention notice as a record of detention/reminder of when to serve the detention.
- The teacher will sign the admit slip and place it on the clip outside their door for attendance purposes.
- Students who arrive at school from 8:24-8:34 and during 4th hour will receive a tardy detention/admit slip at the southeast door.
- Students will be instructed to proceed directly to locker and then class.
- Students who are more than 10 minutes late to school and class are to go to the Attendance Office in room 169.
Consequences for tardies
- Tardies 1&2 will receive a 30-minute detention warning. On their 3rd tardy, the student will receive a detention.
- Any student who is more than 10 minutes late to class/school will be issued a mega detention.
- Detentions may be served before or after school in Room 162.
- The student has 24 hours to serve the detention.
- If detention is not served, the student will be assigned to in-house all efforts to notify will be employed.
- For the 5th tardy the student will be assigned to in-house. Parent will be notified.
- Continued tardies will be considered unmodified level 2 violations.
Consequences for Dress Code Violations
- Sagging, bagging, exposed cleavage, and holes of any kind will not be allowed.
- Other areas of the dress code will also be enforced (see District Handbook).
- If any adult sees a student with a dress code infraction during the day, a dress code referral will be written & the student will be escorted by security to his/her administrator.
- The student will be issued a 30-minute detention and given the opportunity to correct his/her clothing. If the issue cannot be corrected, the he/she will either go to in-house or be sent home to change clothes.
- After the second dress code infraction the student will be assigned to in-house.
- After the fifth dress code infraction a suspension may be assigned.
- If detention is not served, the student will be assigned to in-house.
Cell Phone/mp3 Acceptable Usage Policy
- Students are allowed to use cell phones/mp3 players before the 8:15 bell in the Commons, Cafeteria, and Annex only. When the 8:15 bell rings, all cell phones/mp3 players are to be turned off with the headphones put away.
- Students are allowed to use them again during his/her scheduled lunch shift. While students are on own scheduled lunch shift, cell phones/mp3 players may be used on the 1st floor only. After the scheduled lunch shift is over, cell phones/pm3 players are to be turned off again with headphones put away.
- Students may use cell phones/mp3 players after the 3:17 bell rings.
- Should parents need to contact students, please call 525-3111 and a message will be delivered or call/text during student's scheduled lunch period only, please.
Consequences for Cell Phone/mp3 Violations
- Use of cell phones/mp3 players other than before the 8:15 bell, during the student's scheduled lunch period and after the 3:17 bell will not be allowed.
- If any adult sees a student using a cell phone/mp3 player during the school day, a discipline referral will be written, the device will be confiscated and sent to the Attendance Office.
- His/her administrator will call down the student to the office.
- If a student refuses to give the phone to the teacher, security will be called. Progressive discipline will be followed.
- Upon the first violation, the student will be issued a 30-minute detention and allowed to pick up the phone after school in the main office.
- For the 2nd infraction and on, parent/guardian must pick up device in the main office.
- After the second infraction the student will be assigned to in-house.
- After the fifth infraction a suspension may be assigned.
� If detention is not served, the student will be assigned to in-house.
� The truancy interventionist will contact the student and family to determine the cause for the unexcused absence.
� If unexcused absences become repetitive (10), the truancy interventionist will consult with the Assistant Principal to develop an assistance plan that includes parent contact. PBIS Internal Support will be included in the plan.
� The plan may include Check In/Check Out, Successful Senator Program, or other supports as needed.
� If the plan is not successful (18 unexcused absences = chronic truant) the student will be taken to District Student Review. Alternative placement will be recommended.
Level 1 Infractions:
� Teachers are responsible for maintaining appropriate classroom management.
� Teachers may issue classroom detentions for Level 1 infractions.
� The teacher must notify the parent if the student does not serve the detention.
� Parent/guardian contact must be made and documented before an un-served detention can be turned in to the appropriate administrator.
Levels II-IV Infractions:
� Before or after-school detentions, and Wednesday mega-detentions and Saturday detentions may be assigned by administrators.
� The student has 24 hours to serve the before/after-school detention.
� Mega detentions are 1.5 hours in length from 3:30-5:00 pm on Wednesdays in room 120.
� Saturday detentions are 3 hours in length from 7:55-11:00 a.m.
� If a detention is not served, the student will be assigned to in-house.
� Levels III and IV offenses will have consequences as designated in the District 186 Handbook and are under the discretion of the administrator.
� Every effort will be made to use off-site suspensions rather than out-of-school suspensions.
Closed Campus Violations at SHS:
� 1st offense � 1-day in-house
� 2nd offense � 3-day suspension � off site recommended
� 3rd offense � 5-day suspension � off site recommended
� 4th or more � 10-day suspension � off site recommended
� Students who do not attend off-site will be assigned an out-of-school suspension.
� Multiple closed campus violations may result in a referral to district Student Review.
STUDENT DRESS CODE
From the Springfield District 186 Discipline Handbook 2010-1011
Dress Code implemented Fall, 1997:
� Dress and grooming shall neither present a risk to the health, safety or general welfare of students or others in the school nor interfere with or disrupt the educational environment or process.
� Dress and grooming shall not be contrary to curriculum goals and/or educational objectives or advertise, promote or picture alcoholic beverages, tobacco, illegal drugs or illegal or violent behavior.
� Dress and grooming, including accessories, shall not display lewd, vulgar, obscene or plainly offensive language or symbols, including gang symbols.
� Hats, caps, bandannas, sweatbands, sunglasses, pajama pants, slippers, or shoes with wheels attached to the bottom shall not be worn in the buildings.
� Pierced jewelry, other than earrings worn in the ear, shall not be worn in the buildings; neither shall spiked apparel and accessories or chains that can be used as weapons. (Clear spacers are acceptable within reason)
� Shoelaces should be tied.
� Coats and jackets should not be worn in the building without principal permission.
� Clothing with holes, ragged hems or cut-off hemlines, or made of transparent or fishnet fabric, or clothing that exposes the chest, abdomen, genital area or buttocks, undergarments or the legs above mid-thigh, shall not be worn in the buildings.
� Properly fitting clothing is to be worn. Oversized, extremely baggy clothing or improperly fitting clothing is not allowed. Pants, shorts or skirts must be worn at the waist�sagging is prohibited.
� Tattoos that, by their content, violate any of the provisions of the Student Dress Code must be covered at all times while students are on school property and/or in attendance at school-sponsored activities.
Possible Supports and/or Consequences:
Conferences with parents /guardians
PBIS Tier 2 supports
Check In / Check Out
Social work wraps
Successful Senators program
Mentoring support � community
Mega Wednesday detention
Out-of-school suspensions Updated 6/2010