Check System Guidelines

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The “check system” will be used to assign appropriate consequences for the following infractions:

  • Poor housekeeping
  • Missing detail
  • Failure to sign in or out to a specific area

Restriction Guidelines

  • Restriction is limited to no more than 5 consecutive days.
  • The student's residential assistant (RA) will assign the student on restriction additional restriction details
  • Students will be afforded limited privileges while on restriction, including no TV room rentals or overnight stays.  Other privileges may also be revoked.
  • Students are required to sign in with his/her RA every 30 minutes while on restriction
  • Students on restriction must stay on their own dorm floor, unless eating meals in cafeteria (30 minutes), attending school or tutorials.  Students have 10 minutes passing time from the dorms to tutorials.
  • RA's will work with those students on restriction to help students understand and why staff assigned consequences for irresponsibil student behavior so students can learn from experience.
NOTE:  Only an administrator can assign discipline points for major infractions.  Staff members who witness student infractions can assign discipline points and restriction for minor infraction.
How the discipline procedures work for MAJOR infractions:
  1. Staff member witness student behavior.
  2. Staff member writes incident report describing incident and presents the behavior report to the student to obtain the student's signature and to discuss why the staff disapproved of the student's action(s).
  3. Staff member submits incident report to principal in his/her receptive area - residential or academic.
  4. Principal, Home-school Coordinator or some other designated staff member notifies student's parents/guardians of the decision.
  5. Incident report is placed in student's file (a cumulative record of the student's discipline points are kept).
  6. Process of enacting consequences is begun immediately.
  7. ALL SENIORS WHO VIOLATE A MAJOR INFRACTION THE LAST 14 DAYS OF SCHOOL WILL FORFEIT THEIR OPPORTUNITY TO "MARCH" DURING GRADUATION CEREMONY.
How the dicipline procedures work for MINOR infractions:
  1. Staff member witness student behavior.
  2. Staff member writes incident report describing incident and presents incident report to the student to obtain the student's signature and to discuss why the staff member disapproved of the student's action(s).
  3. Staff member assigns discipline points, restriction and other consequences.
  4. Staff files the incident with appropriate administrator  or designee.

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