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Administrator and/or teacher/parent/guardian conference.
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Administrator or teacher-student conference or reprimand.
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Assign mentor.
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At-risk referral to social service agency.
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Behavior contracts.
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Change in student’s class schedule.
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Class meetings.
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Confiscation of inappropriate item.
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Conflict mediation.
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Daily/weekly progress reports.
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Denial of participation in school-wide activities.
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Detention (before or after school or at lunchtime).
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Immediate exclusion by teacher of one school class period.
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In school suspension.
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Law enforcement notification.
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Out of school suspension of 1 to 3 days. (WV §18-A-5-1 (d) prohibits the use of sus-
pension solely for not attending class.)
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Peer mediation.
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Referral to S.A.T., counselor, or other outside social agency.
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Referral to tobacco cessation program.
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Restitution/restoration.
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Re-teach session/activity/assignment.
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School service assignment.
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Social skills group and/or special counseling.
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Withdrawal of privileges.
4101.10 Level II Violations
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4101.10.1
Definition: Disruptive and Potentially Harmful Behaviors – disrupt the educational
process and/or pose potential harm or danger to self and/or others. The behavior is committed
willfully but not in a manner that is maliciously intended to cause harm or danger to self and/
or others.
4101.10.2
Offenses: Level II offenses shall include but not be limited to any continuation of
Level I misconduct or any of the following:
4101.10.3
Gang Activity. A student will not, by use of violence, force, coercion, threat of
violence, or gang activity, cause disruption or obstruction to the educational process. Gangs
are defined as organized groups of students and/or adults who engage in activities that threaten