1 Strike = Warning
2 Strikes = Teacher assigned silent lunch (No parent contact necessary)
3 Strikes = Teacher assigned silent lunch (mandatory parent/guardian contact by the teacher)
4 Strikes = Teacher assigned detention (mandatory parent/guardian contact by the teacher)
5 Strikes = Administrator assigns Friday School (Teacher set up parent/guardian conference)
6 Strikes = Referral to administration with documentation included on the REF (mandatory parent/guardian contact)
Strikes can include and are not limited to:
- Behavior Issues (make sure you are following IEP, 504, POI, BIP instructions)
- Disobeying classroom rules
- Class disruption
- Disregard of teacher’s instruction
- Can include some level one offenses
- Classroom tardy
- Teachers will keep strike log referring to why strikes were given. This will include date, time, and parent contact.
- The strike system will be used as a progressive plan to avoid referrals. Referrals are part of a student’s educational/behavioral record.
- Teams will be consistent and relay their expectations in class to their students.
- All strikes will reset at the beginning of each 8 week period.
- Strikes are issued by a teacher, not by a team. Teachers may not combine strikes.
- Strikes begin the first day of school and the first day of each quarter noted on the county website calendar.
- Strikes are to address behavior concerns, not used for academic consequences.YMS Goal: Firmness, fairness, and consistency are the keys to an effective discipline program
- To increase positive student behavioral choices and reduce negative behavior.
- To provide a positive academic environment which is safe, orderly, and conducive to learning.