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El Dorado Union HSD |  BP  5131.4  Students

Campus Disturbances   

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The Governing Board recognizes that all school staff must be prepared to cope with campus disturbances and to minimize the risks they entail. Staff should be especially sensitive to conditions that foster racial conflict, student protests, or gang intimidation and confrontations.

The Superintendent or designee shall work with each school to develop an Emergency Response Plan that includes provisions for curbing disruptions which create disorder and may lead to riots, violence, or vandalism at school or school-sponsored events.

The Superintendent or designee shall consult with law enforcement authorities to plan for police support during school disruptions. Each school's Emergency Response Plan shall address the role of law enforcement. When a disturbance directly threatens students or staff, the principal has the authority to call in law enforcement personnel for assistance and, in consultation with the Superintendent or designee, may dismiss school.

Students who participate in disturbance may be subject to disciplinary action.

(cf. 3515 - School Security)

(cf. 5136 - Gangs)

(cf. 5144 - Discipline)

Legal Reference:

EDUCATION CODE

32210 Willful disturbance of public school or meeting

32211 Threatened disruption or interference with classes

32280-32288 School safety plans

39670-39675 Security patrols

44810 Willful interference with classroom conduct

44811 Disruption of classwork or extracurricular activities

48900 Grounds for suspension or expulsion

48907 Student exercise of free expression

PENAL CODE

403-420 Crimes against the public peace, especially:

415 Fighting; noise; offensive words

415.5 Disturbance of peace of school

416 Assembly to disturb peace; refusal to disperse

626-626.10 Crimes on school grounds

627-627.7 Access to school premises

Policy EL DORADO UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT

adopted: June 2, 1992 Placerville, California

revised: November 23, 1999

revised: September 2004