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La Canada USD |  BP  3515.2  Business and Noninstructional Operations


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The Governing Board is committed to keeping the schools free from disruptions and to keeping unauthorized persons from entering school grounds. The Superintendent or designee shall provide for the prompt removal from school premises of any individual who disrupts or threatens to disrupt normal school operations, threatens the health and safety of students or staff, or causes property damage. Failure to register or identify oneself may be considered disruptive.

(cf. 1250 - Visitors/Outsiders)

Administrative regulations may be developed in collaboration with local law enforcement personnel.

District and school site safety plans shall specify action to be taken, including specific staff responsibilities, when an individual is causing a disruption. School staff shall be trained to recognize when an individual has committed acts that constitute a disruption in violation of Board policy.

(cf. 0450 - Comprehensive Safety Plan)

Legal Reference:


32210 Willful disturbance of public school or meeting: misdemeanor

32211 Threatened disruption or interference with classes; misdemeanor

35160 Authority of governing boards

44810 Willful interference with classroom conduct

44811 Disruption of classwork or extracurricular activities

51512 Prohibited use of electronic listening or recording device


243.5 Assault or battery on school property

415.5 Disturbance of peace of school

626 Definitions

626.4 Notice of withdrawal or consent; report; action on report; reinstatement of consent; hearing; unlawful entry upon campus or facility; punishment

626.7 Failure to leave campus or facility; wrongful return; penalties; notice; exceptions

626.8 Disruptive presence at schools

626.85 Drug offenders; presence on school grounds

626.9-626.10 Gun Free School Zone Act

627-627.10 Access to school premises

653g Loitering about schools or public places


In Re Jimi A., (1989) 209 Cal. App. 3d 482

In Re Oscar R., (1984) 161 Cal. App. 3d 770


adopted: April 22, 2003 La Canada Flintridge, California