447 Student Discipline
BOARD POLICY 447
447 - Student Discipline
Discipline should not be confused with punishment. Corrective discipline will depend on the nature of the behavior, the frequency and the degree to which the student is willing to try to correct undesirable behavior.
The District Administrator, principals, and staff in the District shall ensure that proper conduct and behavior is maintained by students in the classrooms, on school premises, on school buses, and during school-sponsored activities.
A positive approach in the disciplinary measurers shall be used in accordance with District policy, taking into account the dignity of the student, the seriousness of the
A positive approach in the disciplinary measures shall be used in accordance with District policy, taking into account the dignity of the student, the seriousness of the infraction, and the need for positive motivation of students. In the event that a student is disciplined, the school officials will communicate with the student’s parent / guardian on a timely basis.
The School District shall not discriminate in standards or rules of behavior or disciplinary measures, including suspensions and expulsions, against students on any basis protected by federal, state or local laws.
Discrimination complaints shall be processed in accordance with established procedures.
Sections 118.13, 120.13(1), 121.52(2), Wisconsin Statutes
PI 9.03(1) of the Wisconsin Administrative Code
Board Policy 112 - Discrimination
Administrative Rule 112 – Discrimination Complaint Procedures
Student Handbook—Code of Conduct
Approved: June 19, 1997
Revised: May 19, 2011