Discipline Code Intervention

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The Discipline Code requires schools to create an intervention plan for students who are disruptive and violate the code of conduct. Such interventions may include: counseling, guidance conferences and peer mediation. However, if the tried interventions are not working, teachers have a right, under the state’s “Safe Schools Against Violence in Education (SAVE) law to have a disruptive student removed for a single period, a single day or up to four days (Chancellor’s Regulation A-443) which is found in the “Student Disciplinary Procedures” manual given to parents, children and staff at the start of a school year. The Chancellor’s Regulations state, “when a student engages in behavior which is substantially disruptive of the educational process
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