STUDENT DISCIPLINE PROCEDURES
Meeting: Within ten (10) days from the time the Administrator is informed
of facts which may constitute an alleged violation of the Student Code of Conduct, the
Administrator will schedule a meeting with the student involved, unless mutually agreed
upon by the student and Administrator that more time is required. Every effort shall be
made to resolve the matter informally.
Applicable to Short-term Suspensions, Long-term Suspensions and Expulsions:
Before any disciplinary action to suspend or expel is taken against a student, the
following procedures will apply:
The CSSO or designee will provide the student with written notice of the conduct
warranting the discipline. The written notice will include the following:
specific section of the Standards of Student Conduct which the student is accused of
statement of the fact(s) supporting the accusation(s).
of the student to meet with the CSSO or designee to discuss the accusation, or to respond
of the discipline that is being considered.
Limits: The notice must be provided to the student within ten (10) days of
the date on which the initial meeting took place.
If the student chooses to meet with the CSSO or designee, the meeting must occur no sooner
than five (5) days after the notice is provided. At the meeting, the student must again be
told the facts leading to the accusation, and must be given an opportunity to respond
verbally or in writing to the accusation.