Disciplinary Actions 2017-07-10T10:32:16+00:00

Disciplinary Actions

Taking Disciplinary Action

Progressive disciplinary actions will be considered for infractions of school and board policies related to school safety.
The document describes progressive responses to various incidents.

Example:

Incident

Under the influence (alcohol, illegal drugs, prohibited or hazardous substance)
= Suspension Consideration

First Offence

1 to 20 day suspension
Police may be involved

Second Offence
(within 5 years)

5 to 20 day suspension
Police will be involved

Third Offence
(within 5 years)

20 day suspension
Expulsion proceedings shall be considered
Police will be involved

Incident

Possession of Alcohol =  Suspension Consideration

First Offence

1 to 20 day suspension
Police may be involved

Second Offence
(within 5 years)

5 to 20 day suspension
Police will be involved

Third Offence
(within 5 years)

20 day suspension
Expulsion proceedings shall be considered
Police will be involved

Reporting Disciplinary Action

After each violent incident, the school administration fills out a detailed Incident Referral Form and/or Police Incident Report, which will be placed in the student’s Ontario Student Record (OSR). If no further violent incidents occur it is removed after THREE years in cases of suspension and after FIVE years in cases of expulsion. If the students transfers schools, the OSR accompanies him/her to the new school.