Possible Disciplinary Consequences
The following consequences or actions can be used by district staff when discipline infractions occur. These could include:
1. AWAREness given to parent or guardian - When Assignment to an in-school or out-of-school class when alcohol or chemical policies are violated.
2. Bus Suspension - Action taken by the transportation department or a school administrator to prohibit a student from riding a school bus or other district vehicles for a specific number of days per incident.
3. Dismissal from school - Dismissing a student from school for one school day or less.
4. Exclusion Action taken by the school board to prevent enrollment or re-enrollment of a student for a period, which shall not extend beyond the school year.
5. Expulsion Action taken by the school board to prohibit an enrolled student from further attendance for up to 12 months from the date a pupil is expelled.
6. Removal from bus - Action taken by the transportation department or a school administrator to prohibit a student from riding a school bus or other district vehicle for up to one calendar year from the date of removal.
7. Fine - A financial penalty assessed of a student by the school.
8. Restricted Study Hall - Removal from classes to the Restricted Study Hall room under the direction of a supervisor.
9. Loss of school privileges - Taking away participation in school - sponsored activities.
10. Out-of-school suspension (OSS) Action taken by the school administration, under the district's discipline policy, which prohibits a pupil from attending school for a period of no more that 10 school days. The school administration may impose consecutive suspensions against the same student for the same course of conduct, or incident of misconduct where the student will create an immediate and substantial danger to self or to surrounding persons or property or where the school district is initiating an expulsion, up to a total of 15 school days. In no event shall suspension exceed 15 school days provided that an alternative program shall be implemented to the extent that suspension exceeds five days. This definition does not apply to dismissal from school for one school day or less.
11. Parent/guardian conference - Conference with a parent or guardian and school personnel.
12. Police referral - Contact by the school administration with the local police department to inform them about illegal behavior engaged in by a student.
13. Removal from class - Removal from a particular class for up to five class periods due to inappropriate behavior.
14. Restitution Compensation or compensatory service required of a student who has damaged, taken or destroyed school or personal property.
15. Restricted study - Requirements for a student to remain in school or attend school outside normal school hours.
16. School transfer - Transfer from the student's home school to another similar district school.
17. Student conference - Conference with school personnel and student.
18. Tobacco education class Assignment to an out-or-school class when the tobacco policy is violated.
19. Truancy referrals - Referrals go to Vilas County or Oneida County authorities when unexcused absences exceed the legal limits.