Continuing Educational Services
The following are the continuing educational services provides during any out-of-school suspension and expulsion.
- Short-Term Suspensions & Emergency Expulsions—General
- Short-Term Suspensions & Emergency Expulsions—5 days or fewer
- Short-Term Suspensions & Emergency Expulsions—6 days or more
- Long-Term Suspensions & Expulsions
- Students with IEPs or Section 504 Plans
- Students are eligible to continue with their regular coursework, although if the suspension is an out-of-school suspension the student will have to complete coursework off campus.
- Students must be allowed to turn work in and not have their grades penalized solely for missing class because of a suspension.
- Students must have:
- Access to course work and homework;
- Access to school personnel (in person or otherwise) who can offer support to keep the student on track; and
- An opportunity to make up any assignments or tests.
- School personnel must make a reasonable attempt to contact the student or parent/guardian within three (3) school business days, and periodically thereafter to coordinate coursework and grading between the student and teacher(s); and communicate between the student, parent/guardian and teacher(s) about the student’s academic progress.
- Students will be allowed to continue to receive educational services in an alternative setting.
- Should be referred to the Connections Center for placement.
- Other educational opportunities may include tutoring or online services.
- Services offered must enable the student to continue to participate in the general education curriculum; meet the educational standards established within the district; and complete subject, grade-level, and graduation requirements.
- Consider the input of the student, parent/guardian, and teachers; the types of additional services the student may be receiving; and any need to access technology, transportation, or other resources in order to be successful.
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