Class II Behaviors and Violations (Intermediate)

  • Class II Behaviors

    The teacher shall notify the parent(s) or guardian(s) of a student who consistently violates Class I behaviors or work habits.  If teacher interventions fail to result in improvement of student behavior or work habits, the student may be referred to the principal/designee.  Upon such referral the behavior will be considered a Class II offense.

    Appropriate disciplinary actions for a Class II include but are not limited to: student-principal conference; time-out/isolation; written assignments; detention; loss of classroom, playground, co-curricular, or extra curricular activity privileges; restoration of facilities to original condition; parent-principal telephone conference; parent-principal in person conference; suspension of bus transportation; corporal punishment according to parish policy; suspension from school for one to three days; filing of charges with an appropriate law enforcement agency; requesting further action from the Child Welfare and Attendance Department with suspension pending action; and any other action the principal and the school discipline committee deem appropriate.

    Class II Violations (Intermediate)

    1. Defiance of school board employee's authority: Any verbal or non-verbal refusal to comply with a lawful and reasonable direction or order of a school board employee
    1. Possession and/or use of tobacco products: Having and/or using tobacco products on the school premises
    1. Battery upon a student(s): Actually and intentionally pushing or striking another student against the will of the other student, or intentionally causing bodily harm to an individual

    2.  Simple assault on school board employee: The intentional, unlawful threat by word or act to do violence to the person of another, coupled with an apparent ability to do so, and the doing of some act that creates a well-formed fear in the other person that violence is imminent
    1. Fighting: Any physical conflict between two or more individuals. 
    1. Stealing/larceny/petty theft: The intentional unlawful taking and/or carrying away of property valued at less than $100 belonging to or in the lawful possession or custody of another
    1. Possession of stolen property with the knowledge that it is stolen 
    1. Threats, intimidation, and/or extortion: Verbally or non-verbally or by written or printed communication maliciously threatening and injurious to the person, property, or reputation of another, with the intent to compel the person so threatened, or any other person, to do any act or refrain from doing any act against his or her will 
    1. Trespassing: Willfully entering or remaining in any structure, conveyance, or property without being authorized, licensed, or invited; or having been authorized, licensed, or invited, is warned by an authorized person to depart and refuses to do so
    1. Offensive touching of another person 
    1. Written or verbal propositions to engage in sexual acts
    1. Use of obscene manifestations (verbal, written, or gestured) toward another person 
    1. Directing obscene or profane language to a school board employee
    1. Leaving the school grounds without permission
    1. Disruption of the educational process caused by the wearing of secret society apparel 
    1. Repeated Class I violations
    1. Any other violation that the principal (or designee) may reasonably deem to fall within this category (leaving a  class without permission; behaving inappropriately at any school-related function; habitually tardy or absent; setting off a false fire alarm; forging a parent/guardian or teacher signature; violating traffic or safety regulations; violating transportation or school crossing rules; cheating; going through a teacher's desk, cabinet, or personal belongings without permission; habitually violating the dress code; failure to carry out any disciplinary assignment given by the principal/designee; intentional damage to school property; possession of pornographic literature or paraphernalia; writing or drawing on school property or on property to and from school; vandalizing or attempting to vandalize school property or property on the school grounds or on the way to or from school; truancy; possession of a pocket pager or electrical device; bringing medication, prescription or non-prescription, oral or topical, to school without proper documentation, etc.)

     

     

    Reviewed 07/16/2021
    Kenneth Holmes