Be Safe, Be Responsible, Be Respectful

  • Guiding children toward self-discipline with the gentle hand of encouragement will help our students develop responsibility, proper behavior, and good citizenship.

    The Code of Conduct pertains to the following board policies: 210, 218, 218.1, 218.2, 218.3, 221, 222, 223, 224, 225, 226, 227, 231, 233, 247, 248, and 815.  A more detailed explanation of classification of actions and disciplinary responses can be found in the Pennell Student Handbook.  

  • Bus Conduct

  • Dress Code

  • In-School Suspension

  • Out of School Suspension

Infractions and Responses: Elementary Pupils

Level 1

  • Behaviors classified at this level represent infractions of established procedures which regulate the orderly operation of the school and its education process.  The frequency of their occurrence shall determine the appropriate disciplinary response and their reclassification at a higher level.

LEVEL 2 Elementary Infractions and Disciplinary Responses

Level 2

  • Behaviors whose frequency or seriousness tends to disrupt the learning, climate of the school and/or affect the student’s own education is included in this level. Some of these infractions may be the result of a continuation of behaviors. 

LEVEL II Elementary Infractions and Responses

Level 3

  • These acts are more serious because they may pose a threat to the health and safety of others in the school.  Some may be considered criminal acts and police may be contacted. 

LEVEL 3 Elementary Infractions and Disciplinary Responses

Level 4

  • These acts are those which result in violence against another’s person or property which pose a threat to the safety of others in the school.  These acts may clearly be criminal in nature and police involvement may occur.

LEVEL 4 Elementary Infractions and Disciplinary Responses