Stillwater Public Schools believes parental involvement is necessary in successful discipline. These disciplines or a combination thereof are intended to alter and improve student behavior. Discipline shall be consistent with the nature and severity of the offense, and shall take into account whether it is a first or repeat offense and the student’s discipline record. Discipline shall also be consistent from student to student under similar circumstances considering the exceptions dictated by federal law. Discipline of students with disabilities will be administered pursuant to federal and state laws. The intent of this policy is to limit the amount of lost instructional time.
Detention (Secondary Only) - Students are to report to the appropriate teacher/principal at the specified time with class work to be studied. Detention may be assigned on a weekday, not during normal class time, or on a Saturday, as deemed appropriate.
Referral to other community resources.
In-School Placement (ISP) (Secondary Only) - an all day program (M-F) with specific restrictions inherent to an in-school program. Students in the program remain all day, even during their lunch, in a room that is set aside fo r the program.
Evening Alternative Program (E.A.S.) (Secondary Only) - an intermediate measure in the school’s routine disciplinary procedure and for students who are accumulating excessive absences, to ensure retrieval of lost instruction in grades 6-12. Offered from 4:10 P.M. to 6:10 P.M. (M-F)
Community Service – Providing a service for the improvement of the community and school campus under proper supervision.
Alternative In-School Placement – involves assignment to a site, designated by the school, for a prescribed course of education as determined by school representatives.
Suspension – Removal from school for a set period of time.