Newark USD | BP 5144 Students
The Governing Board desires to prepare youth for responsible citizenship by fostering self-discipline and personal responsibility. The Board perceives that good planning, a good understanding of each child, and parent involvement can minimize the need for discipline. Teachers shall use positive conflict resolution techniques and avoid unnecessary confrontations. When misconduct occurs, staff shall make every effort to identify and correct the causes of the student's behavior.
Board policies and regulations shall delineate acceptable student conduct and provide the basis for sound disciplinary practices. Each school shall develop disciplinary rules in accordance with law to meet the school's individual needs.
Staff shall enforce disciplinary rules fairly and consistently, without regard to race, creed, color or sex.
In order to maintain safe and orderly environments, the Board shall give employees all reasonable support with respect to student discipline. If a disciplinary strategy is ineffective, another strategy shall be employed. Continually disruptive students may be assigned to alternative programs or removed from school.
(cf. 4158 - Employee Security)
(cf. 5131 - Conduct)
(cf. 5142 - Safety)
(cf. 5144.1 - Suspension and Expulsion/Due Process)
(cf. 6159.4 - Behavioral Interventions for Special Education Students)
(cf. 6164.5 - Student Study Teams)
35146 Closed sessions
35291.5 School-adopted discipline rules
35291.7 School-adopted discipline rules: additional employees
37223 Weekend classes
44807.5 Restriction from recess for disciplinary purposes
CODE OF REGULATIONS, TITLE 5
307 Participation in school activities until departure of bus
353 Detention after school
CDE PROGRAM ADVISORIES
1023,88 Corporal Punishment, CIL: 88/9-5
1110.89 Physical Exercise as Corporal Punishment, CIL 89/9-3
Policy NEWARK UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
adopted: July 16, 1996 Newark, California