Students are required to conduct themselves in a manner that is in the best interest of the school. Students may not disrupt class or become involved in substantial disruptions or invade the rights of others.When a problem arises:
- Most discipline problems can be resolved by the teacher, student and parent in a calm and reasonable manner. However, in cases where the student’s behavior affects the safety or learning opportunities of other students, additional disciplinary action must be taken.
- In such cases, the administration is authorized to take necessary disciplinary action in compliance with the policies of Richland School District Two and local law enforcement agencies.
- Open channels of communication have been established within the district that permit students and parents to express complaints and offer suggestions for revision of rules.
- Since most disciplinary problems are of a nonrecurring nature, teachers and administrators have several options for solving behavioral problems within the school.