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Discipline guidelines for remote learning

Classroom Management: 

Another concern is what does a teacher do if a student disrupts the remote learning process of other students. If this happens the following steps should be followed: 

Step 1. The teacher should verbally warn and redirect the student (document the 

incident). 

Step 2. The teacher should verbally warn and redirect the student. In addition, the teacher 

should contact the parent (document the incident). 

Step 3. The teacher should use Go Guardian to shut off the camera and microphone of the student and make a second contact to the parent (document the incident). 

Step 4. The teacher should use Go Guardian to shut off the camera and microphone of the 

student. Complete a discipline referral and submit the previous incident’s documentation to the dean. The dean will work the referral on the student by contacting the student and providing due process and then contacting the parent as appropriate. The social worker will be sent to the home for signatures. The student shall lose remote privileges for a period of time not to exceed 3 days. Work assignments should be provided to the student through Google Classroom during this time. 

Step 5. The teacher should use Go Guardian to turn off the camera and microphone of the student and complete a discipline referral to the dean. The dean will work the referral on the student by contacting the student and providing due process and then contacting the parent as appropriate. The social worker will be sent to the home for signatures. The student shall lose remote privileges for a period of time not to exceed 5 days. Work assignments should be provided to the student through Google Classroom during this time. In addition, an administrator will contact the parent to offer traditional classroom or virtual instruction to the student. Remote Learning may no longer be an option at this time. 

Major Disruptions: 

Major disciplinary incidents are defined as anything causing a major disruption to the online learning environment. These incidents may include, but are not limited to, behaviors that cause significant risk to employees or other students such as incidents that involve drugs, weapons, or any other SESIR incident as specified in the Rights and Responsibilities Handbook. These incidences will result in removal from the classroom and a referral to the dean

Remote Learning Resources

Absences, Check-outs, check- in and technology Issues

 

Please contact Ms. Gale for students who have any of the above. She will make sure teachers are contacted and that attendance is marked correctly.

You can call her at 316-3820 or email her at the address below. 

 

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