Discipline and support

  • Northley’s administration, teachers, and other authorized staff members will discipline students in accordance with this policy. Any disciplinary intervention MAY include a referral to the Student Assistance Program at the discretion of the Administration. The discipline policy is sequential and cumulative and it should be noted that in the implementation of the discipline policy, consideration will be given to age, developmental stage and documented exceptionality.

     

    Types of Discipline Defined

    • Classroom or Team Detention – Detention before, during (lunch) or after school assigned by a teacher (maximum of 45 minutes).
    • After School Office Detention - After-school detention assigned by an administrator 3-3:45pm (Late Bus provided)
    • After School Extended Office Detention - After-school detention assigned by an administrator 3:00-4:30pm (No Late Bus available).
    • Saturday Detention - Saturday detention assigned by an administrator (3 hours).
    • Suspension - Exclusion from school for a period of one to ten consecutive school days.
    • Expulsion - Exclusion from school by the Board of School Directors for a period exceeding ten school days, which may be permanent expulsion from the school rolls.

     

    Disciplinary Offenses Defined

     

    The following offenses will lead to disciplinary action, which may include a student’s exclusion from school by suspension or expulsion. Note: The following is not an all-inclusive list and students who violate school or district rules or policies will receive disciplinary action.

Code of Conduct 2023-24

Level I Offenses: The following Classroom Misconduct offenses will result in a selection of a teacher consequence.

Level II Offenses: The following classroom misconduct or school wide offenses will result in a selection of the following consequences.

Level III Offenses: The following classroom misconduct or school wide offenses will result in a selection of the following consequences

Level IV: The following classroom misconduct or school wide offenses will result in a selection of the following consequences.