Social Probation

SOCIAL PROBATION​

 Students who break certain school rules that result in suspension or have chronic attendance and/or tardies may be placed on social probation. If placed on social probation, the student may not participate in any extracurricular activities or attend any school events such as rallies, dances, sports, field trips or performing arts events. The first offense is 30 school days, the second offense is 60 school days and third offense is 90 school days. For more information on what infractions result in social probation, please consult the Discipline Grid.

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Brianna Kleinschmidt,
Sep 4, 2015, 4:38 PM
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