Reinstatement of Privileges (Off Campus and Senior Options)

Tardiness Related offenses

      • 11 tardies = 30 days probation

In order to reinstate privileges

      • No tardies during 30‐day probationary period
      • If a tardy does occur, the 30‐day probationary period begins again at the point of that tardy
      • 14 tardies = 60 days probation

In order to reinstate privileges

      • No tardies during 60‐day probationary period
      • If a tardy does occur, the 60‐day probationary period begins again at the point of that tardy
      • 19 tardies = 90 days probation

In order to reinstate privileges

      • No tardies during 90‐day probationary period
      • If a tardy does occur, the 90‐day probationary period begins again at the point of that tardy


Suspensions:

For each day a student is suspended (in or out of school and non‐substance related), he or she will lose his/her privileges (off‐campus and senior options) for 30 calendar days for a maximum of 90 days not including vacation days. If the student is awarded any points during the probationary period, the student loses his/her privileges for the remainder of the school year. If the student is suspended for any length of time during or after the probationary period the student loses his/her privileges for the remainder of the school year. If a junior is suspended before junior privileges are in effect, the probationary period will begin on the first day junior privileges are granted. The attendance requirements for senior options (see above) remain in effect.

Students who are suspended for substance related incidents shall be subject to the procedures/regulations outlined in BOE policy regulations 5131.6.