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SFUSD Suspension Charts

SFUSD Suspension Charts

(As presented in the SFUSD “Student Handbook” 9/2009)

 

SUSPENSION CHART I

STATE EDUCATION CODE 48900

The following chart relates to drug and alcohol offenses.

CONSEQUENCES

First offense of possession of alcohol, possession of less than one ounce of marijuana, or being under the influence of alcoholic beverage or intoxicant of any kind, the following actions may occur:

A. 3 day suspension.

B. Parent/Guardian/Caregiver and student conference.

C. Referral to community based alcohol and substance abuse program or an

appropriate on-site counseling intervention program.

D. Contact probation officer if applicable.

E. Police notified and/or report filed.

A repeat offense of the above, or for the first offense of possession of any controlled substance other than alcohol or less than one ounce of marijuana, the following actions will occur:

A. 5 day suspension.

B. Parent/Guardian/Caregiver and student conference.

C. Request for expulsion conference.

D. Contact probation officer if applicable.

E. Police notified and/or report filed.

 

 

SUSPENSION CHART II

STATE EDUCATION CODE 48900

Offenses resulting in suspension under State Education Code and District Policy

1. Causing or attempting to cause damage to school property or private property (Vandalism). This includes, but is not limited to spray-painting (Graffiti) and breaking windows.

2. Knowingly received stolen school property or private property. (See page 25 - Searches)

3. Possession of spray can or markers without written permission of school authority.

4. Planning or participating in any hazing, or any act that causes or is likely to cause personal humiliation or disgrace (State Education Code 32051). (See page 81)

5. Students bringing outsiders onto campus with the intent to cause disruption, fight, theft, assault, etc.

 

CONSEQUENCES

The following actions will occur:

A. 1 to 5 day suspension.

B. Parent/Guardian/Caregiver and student conference.

C. Referral to appropriate on-site counseling intervention program (i.e., counselor,

behavioral contract, peer counseling, etc.).

D. Parent/Guardian/Caregiver will be liable for monetary damages (State Education Code

48904). Major incidents may result in a police report and expulsion.

E. Contact probation officer if applicable.

 

SUSPENSION CHART III

STATE EDUCATION CODE 48900

Any student causing disruption of school activity will be subject to disciplinary action (Ed. Code 48900). Disruptive behavior includes, but is not limited to, the following:

1. Cheating on school work.

2. Defiance - The refusal by a student to follow the direction of a school employee. This includes but is not limited to the following: verbal abuse or gestures, refusal to give legal name, disrespectful language, or failure to accompany the employee to the office.

3. Committed an obscene act or engaged in habitual profanity or vulgarity.

4. Falsifying signatures or data on official school records or parent letters.

5. Fighting - Physical force against another person in an attack during mutual combat which doesn't involve serious injury or weapons.

6. Gambling on school grounds.

7. Operating a vehicle on school grounds in an unsafe manner.

8. Persistent violation of dress code.

9. Possession of electronic signaling devices, including "beepers", radios/tape/CD/MP3

recorders/players and cell phones (see page 24)

10. Possession or use of firecrackers and/or fireworks.

11. Possession or use of lighters or matches.

12. Possession or use of mace or pepper spray.

13. Possession, duplication, or use of school keys without authorization from school personnel.

14. Smoking.

15. Tampering with fire alarm system.

16. Theft or burglary of property.

17. Use of slurs against any students, or school personnel, on the basis of race, color, creed, national origin, religion, ancestry, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or disability.

18. Threats to students, teachers, or school staff members.

19. Sexual harassment.

20. Hate violence.

21. Unauthorized possession or use of laser pointing device.

22. Using email to threaten or to harass other students or staff.

 

CONSEQUENCES

First Offense A. Student may be suspended on first offense.

B. Parent/Guardian/Caregiver and student conference.

C. Referral to appropriate on-site counseling intervention program (i.e.,

counselor, behavioral contract, peer counseling, etc.).

D. Detention or community services.

E. Contact probation officer if applicable.

Second Offense A. Student will be suspended (1 to 5 days).

B. Parent/Guardian/Caregiver and student conference.

C. Student shall be referred to the school Student Success Team or

referred to appropriate on-site counseling intervention.

D. Peer counseling.

E. Contact probation officer if applicable.

Third Offense A. Student will be suspended (1 to 5 days).

B. Parent/Guardian/Caregiver and student conference.

C. For the third offense of the same violation, the student shall be referred

for an expulsion hearing.

D. Contact probation officer if applicable.

 

 

EXPULSION REGULATIONS AND PROCEDURES

STATE EDUCATION CODE 48915, 48918, 48919

AND BOARD POLICY 5114

EXPULSION CHART

California State Education Code mandates that any students who commit the following offenses be immediately suspended from school, the principal must refer for an expulsion hearing, and the school district must expel said student for one calendar year:

Possessing, selling, or furnishing a firearm – 48915 (c)(1).

Brandishing a knife at another person – 48915 (c)(2).

Unlawfully selling a controlled substance – 48915 (c)(3).

Committing or attempting to commit sexual assault or sexual battery – 48915 (c)(4) 48900 (n).

Possession of an explosive – 48915 (c)(5).

In addition to the above five offenses, those listed below are also grounds for expulsion.

Caused serious physical injury to another person, except in self-defense – 48915 (a)(1)

Possession of knife or other dangerous object – 48915 (a)(2).

Unlawful possession of any controlled substance (not including alcohol and except for the first offense for possession of not more than an ounce of marijuana) – 48915 (a)(3).

Robbery or extortion – 48915 (a)(4) 48900 (e).

Assault or battery upon any school employee – 48915 (a)(5).

Caused, attempted to cause, or threatened to cause physical injury to another person – 48900 (a)(1).

Willfully used force or violence on another person, except in self-defense – 48900 (a)(2). Possessed, sold or furnished a firearm, knife, explosive, or other dangerous object – 48900 (b).

Unlawfully possessed, used, sold, furnished, or been under the influence of any controlled substance,

alcoholic beverage, or intoxicant – 48900 (c).

Selling or delivering material represented to be a controlled substance – 48900 (d).

Caused or attempted to cause damage to school property or private property – 48900 (f).

Stole or attempted to steal school property or private property – 48900 (g).

Possessed or used tobacco or nicotine products – 48900 (h).

Committed an obscene act or engaged in habitual profanity or vulgarity – 48900 (i).

Unlawfully possessed, or unlawfully offered or arranged to sell, drug paraphernalia – 48900 (j).

Disrupted school activities or willfully defied the authority of school personnel – 48900 (k).

Knowingly received stolen school property or private property – 48900 (l).

Possessed an imitation firearm – 48900 (m).

Harassed, threatened, or intimidated a pupil who is a witness – 48900 (o).

Unlawfully offered, arranged to sell, negotiated to sell, or sold the prescription drug Soma – 48900 (p)

Engaged in, or attempted to engage in, hazing – 48900 (q)

Aided or abetted the infliction of or attempted infliction of physical injury to another person – 48900(s)

Engaged in sexual harassment – 48900.2.

Attempted to cause, threatened to cause, or participated in an act of hate violence – 48900.3.

Engaged in harassment, threats, or intimidation against a pupil or group of pupils – 48900.4.

Made terrorist threats against school officials or school property 48900.7.

(Note: Persistent/Severe violation of the “lesser” offenses under 48900 may be grounds for expulsion.)

 

CONSEQUENCES

The following actions will occur:

A. 5 day suspension with an assignment to the Pupil Services Counseling Center. The

suspension may be extended beyond 5 days if it is determined that the student’s presence

causes a danger to persons or property or threatens to disrupt the instruction process. (Special

Education students have another process.)

B. Parents/guardian/caregiver notified and police notified and/or report filed.

C. Parent/guardian/caregiver, student, and school staff participate in a pre-expulsion conference

while affording due process to the student.

D. A referral requesting an expulsion hearing shall be submitted to Pupil Services.

E. Contact probation office if applicable.