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Students Code of Conduct and Attendance (SCOC) Rights and Responsibilities

Lee County Public Schools

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Lee High School
Disciplinary Actions

VIOLATION

ACTION

Abusive or Profane Language

1st Offense – 1 day ISS        4th Offense – 5 days OSS
2nd Offense – 1-3 days ISS   5th Offense-Refer to committee
3rd Offense – 3 days OSS & Parent Conference

Abusive or Profane Language to Teacher or Staff

1st Offense – 5 days OSS

Assault and/or Battery (Fighting)

1st Offense
Trivial:  1 – 3 days OSS/parent conference
Minor Fight:  3 days OSS/parent conference
Serious Fight:  5 days OSS, and/or  referral to Disciplinary   Committee
2nd Offense
5 days OSS, referral to court services and police, may            recommend expulsion

Attendance

Tardies per 9 wks                                 Cutting Class
1-3 tardies teacher discretion           1st Offense: 1 day ISS
4-5 tardies 1 day ISS                            2nd Offense: 1 day OSS
6 or more tardies-1 day OSS              3rd or more:  2 days OSS

Alcohol
Use, Possession, Sale, Distribution, Consumption, or Purchase

Legal charges and/or OSS
Expulsion

Arson -  Actual or Attempted

Legal charges and/or OSS
Expulsion

Behavior on Bus

Revoke bus privileges. Restricted seating, ISS, OSS.  Discipline based on individual circumstances.

Bullying

1st Offense:  1 day OSS
2nd Offense:  3 days OSS
3rd and subsequent offenses:  5 days OSS

Break and Enter

Refer to police

Cheating/Plagiarism

1 day OSS and grade alteration

Criminal Conviction

Possible expulsion

Damage to school property

1st Offense –Pay restitution equal to damage and/or refer to court services- OSS
2nd Offense and subsequent offenses – Refer to court services, OSS or Expulsion

Disruptive Conduct/Disorderly Conduct:  Class disruptions and/or unwillingness to submit to authority, refusal to respond to a reasonable request

 

1st Offense:  1 day ISS
2nd Offense:  1 day ISS
3rd Offense:  2 days ISS
4th Offense and subsequent offenses: 1 day OSS and parent conference

Distribution or sale of illegal drugs or Possession or Distribution with intent to sell, Drug Paraphernalia

1st Offense:  OSS and notification to superintendent to obtain permission to exclude student pending expulsion by the Board at its next regular meeting.

Drug Abuse

1st Offense:  OSS and notification to superintendent to obtain permission to exclude student pending expulsion by the Board at its next regular meeting

False alarm/threat, reporting false information

ISS, OSS and/or legal charges

Fireworks of any type

1st Offense:  5 days OSS
2nd Offense:  5 days and all subsequent offenses 5 days OSS and refer to Discipline Committee

Gambling

**Gambling in any form is prohibited

1st Offense:  1 day OSS
2nd Offense:  2 days OSS and refer to court system

Gang Activity

1st Offense:  OSS and refer to police

Habitual Violations (after a student has violated 5 policies)

1st and all offenses:  1 day OSS or other action at the discretion of the principal or designee

Hazing

OSS and/or legal charges

Inappropriate Dress: 
Students shall not wear clothing that exhibits, expresses, or promotes sexually related content, or gang symbols or colors, or clothing that urges vulgar or vulgar type language.  Students shall not wear clothing that exposes their undergarments, or reveal the human anatomy to the point of distraction or indecency.  Students shall not wear chains that exceed 4mm in diameter and those may be worn only as jewelry around the neck, ankle, or wrist.  Shorts and skirts shall not be shorter than the length of the student’s arm with their finger extended.  Students cannot wear pants, shorts, or skirts with a waistband that is not secure above their hips.

1st Offense:  Warning and must change the attire
2nd Offense:  1 day OSS and parent contact
3rd Offense:  2 days OSS
4th and subsequent offenses:  3 days OSS

Inciting a Riot

OSS

Leaving School Grounds without Permission

1st Offense:  1 -3 days OSS
2nd Offense:  5 days OSS
3rd Offense:  5 days OSS and refer to Disciplinary Committee

Public Display of Affection

1st Offense:  Warning
2nd Offense:  1 – 3 days ISS
3rd Offense:  1 – 3 days OSS

Possession of Portable Communication Devices
Electronic equipment: radios, TVs, cell phone, IPods, etc. are prohibited

1st Offense:  Item will be placed in school office until the end of day
2nd Offense:  Item will be placed in school office and parent/guardian must pick it up
3rd Offense:  1 day OSS

Possession/Use of Weapon(s)
Possession or use of a weapon or look alike weapon

1st Offense:  Immediate OSS and notification to superintendent to obtain permission to exclude student pending expulsion by the board at its next regular meeting.  The police will be summoned immediately in all cases involving weapons.

Removal from ISS/disruptive

1 day OSS for each offense

Sexual Harassment/Sexual Offenses against staff/student

OSS and/or legal charges and/or expulsion

Stalking

1st and subsequent offense:  1 – 5 days OSS and parent conference, may recommend expulsion

Theft

1st Offense:  Restitution and parent conference
2nd and subsequent offenses:  Refer to court

Threats, Intimidation or Endangerment of Students

1st Offense:  1 day OSS
2nd Offense:  2 days OSS
3rd Offense:  Refer to Disciplinary Committee

Tobacco or Tobacco Products/Electronic Cigarettes
Possession or Use

1st Offense:  Warning/Confiscation
2nd Offense:  1 day OSS
3rd Offense:  2 days OSS, parent conference
4th and Subsequent Offenses:  3 days OSS

Trespassing

1st Offense:  Warning
2nd Offense:  Charged with criminal trespassing

Unauthorized use of vehicle

Loss of parking 10 days and/or remainder of year

Violation of Technology Use

1st Offense:  Warning
2nd Offense:  Loss of privileges
3rd and subsequent Offenses:  ISS-OSS

 



GRADE

TOPICS

K

  1. positive feelings about self
  2. respect from and for others
  3. effects of one's behavior on others and the effects of  others' behavior on oneself
  4. positive family patterns and family members
  5. family interactions

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GRADE

TOPICS

K continued

  1. appropriate expressions of affection
  2. recognition of elements of good and bad touches by others
  3. how to say "No" to inappropriate approaches
  4. how to find help safely if lost
  5. identifying pleasant and unpleasant feelings

1

  1. self-esteem
  2. respect for and from others
  3. proper behavior and effects of one's behavior on others and the effects of others'
  4.  behavior on oneself
  5. importance of family
  6. family patterns
  7. family members and their responsibilities
  8. human beings and other mammals have babies (age appropriate discussion)
  9. use of correct terminology when talking about the body parts and functions                                                   
  10. recognition and appropriate expression of feelings
  11. appropriate behavior to use in dealing with feelings
  12. logical consequences of behavior
  13. appropriate expression of affection
  14. methods of avoiding negative encounters

2

  1. self-esteem
  2. respect for and from others
  3. proper behavior and effects of one's behavior on others and the effects of others'
  4.  behavior on oneself
  5. importance of family
  6. family patterns
  7. family members and their responsibilities
  8. human beings and other mammals have babies (age appropriate discussion)
  9. use of correct terminology when talking about the body parts and functions                                                   
  10. recognition and appropriate expression of feelings
  11. appropriate behavior to use in dealing with feelings
  12. logical consequences of behavior
  13. appropriate expression of affection
  14. methods of avoiding negative encounters

3

  1. development of a sense of belonging in group work and play
  2. development of positive self-image
  3. changes in family life that affect daily living and produce strong feelings
  4. healthy coping strategies for dealing with feelings produced by changes in the family
  5. sequence of growth and development and varying rates and patterns of growth
  6. types of behavior that influence gaining and losing friends
  7. safety rules at home
  8. handling inappropriate approaches
  9. media influences used to create a desire to purchase products

4

  1. basic human emotions and ways of dealing with them
  2. accepting personal responsibility for successes and failures
  3. family responsibility
  4. child abuse and neglect
  5. factors contributing to substance abuse
  6. dangers of drug abuse

5

  1. identification of external body parts associated with reproduction and elimination
  2. identification of the human reproductive organs in relation  to the total anatomy
  3. endocrine system
  4. puberty, reproduction and prenatal development
  5. nutrition and pregnancy

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GRADE

TOPICS

5 continued

  1. reasons for avoiding sexual activity prior to marriage
  2. personal hygiene
  3. working constructively in groups
  4. roles, duties and responsibilities of family members
  5. messages of mass media related to sexuality
  6. skills in saying "No" to inappropriate social behavior
  7. handling threatening or uncomfortable situations
  8. adverse effects of substance abuse on the body
  9. awareness of sexually transmitted diseases

6

  1. decision-making
  2. independence with responsibility
  3. factual information about sexually transmitted diseases, including AIDS
  4. bodily changes that appear while growing up
  5. benefits of postponing premarital sexual activity
  6. child abuse and neglect, including emotional and sexual abuse
  7. health-care and safety agencies
  8. effects of substance abuse
  9. evaluating from mass media messages relating to sexuality and gender stereotyping
  10. physical and emotional changes during puberty
  11. personal hygiene
  12. effects of growth on development, attitudes and interests
  13. review of process of human reproduction
  14. personal characteristics that contribute to happiness for self and others

7

  1. role and relationships within the family
  2. biological and physiological changes of early adolescence
  3. appropriate expressions of affection
  4. differences between needs and desires
  5. ways to say "No" to premarital sexual relations
  6. messages in society related to sexuality
  7. benefits of abstinence of sexual intercourse during preteen and teenage years
  8. adverse consequences of pregnancy in early adolescence
  9. signs and symptoms of pregnancy
  10. family planning, including pregnancy prevention
  11. preventing and reporting sexual assault
  12. causes, symptoms, treatment, prevention and transmission of sexually transmitted
  13. diseases, including AIDS
  14. issues associated with friendships
  15. nature and purpose of dating
  16. positive communication skills

8

  1. stages of human development (physical, mental, emotional)
  2. sexuality as an aspect of the total personality
  3. making responsible decisions
  4. issues associated with friendships
  5. dating during adolescence
  6. interpreting messages in society related to sexuality and their impact
  7. strategies for saying "No" to premarital sexual relations
  8. issues related to teen-age pregnancy
  9. pregnancy prevention and disease control
  10. effects and prevention of sexual assault
  11. effects of alcohol and drug abuse on families and peers
  12. ways AIDS virus is transmitted and techniques for preventing this disease

 

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GRADE

TOPICS

9

  1. human growth cycle in relation to parenting skills
  2. changes in parental responsibilities throughout the family life cycle
  3. importance of family as a basic unity of society and responsibilities as a member of
  4.  a family
  5. development of sexuality as an aspect of total personality
  6. effects of maturation on adolescents
  7. major theories of human development
  8. application of the decision-making process
  9. understanding family guidelines, the functions of dating, and coping with pressures
  10.  experienced in dating situations
  11. setting standards for controlling sexual behavior and of postponing sexual relations
  12.  until marriage
  13. effects and prevention of sexual assault, rape, incestuous behavior, and molestation
  14. advantages of abstinence from premarital sexual relations
  15. assertive skills for saying "no" to premarital sexual activity
  16. process of reproduction
  17. symptoms and signs of pregnancy
  18. pregnancy prevention and disease control
  19. transmission and prevention of AIDS
  20. effects of discrimination
  21. educational and career goals
  22. effects of substance abuse at various stages of life cycle
  23. understanding specific health issues, including self-examination
  24. parental responsibilities

10

  1. how maturation affects adolescents
  2. attitudes concerning expectations of self and interpersonal relationships
  3. universal values
  4. decision-making process
  5. sexual responsibility
  6. marriage
  7. signs and symptoms of pregnancy
  8. factors associated with a healthy pregnancy
  9. importance of supportive roles of mother and father through pregnancy and birth
  10. skills and attitudes needed to become a competent parent
  11. importance of good family life
  12. state laws that affect family life
  13. managing resources in the home
  14. dating
  15. life goal planning
  16. effects of cultural and family patterns
  17. evaluation of individual strengths and weaknesses
  18. positive human relationships
  19. positive and negative effects of television
  20. conflict resolution
  21. reasons to abstain from premarital sex
  22. alternatives to premarital sex
  23. preventing and/or coping with various types of violence
  24. theories of human development
  25. birthing options
  26. birth process
  27. characteristics of newborn infants
  28. infant care

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GRADE

TOPICS

10 continued

  1. personal considerations and financial costs of childbearing
  2. postnatal adjustment
  3. growth and development of children
  4. available community and resource agencies
  5. positive aspects of family life as a basic unity of society
  6. home and family as source of enrichment

 

Topics in the Family Life Education Curriculum considered sensitive will be taught in sex separated classes.  Those areas considered to be sensitive are:

GRADE

SOL's:

5

 

3.5

 

4.2

 

5.3

3.7

4.3

 

5.4

3.8

5.1

 

5.7

4.1

 

5.2

 

6

 

6.1

 

6.3

 

6.6

 

6.2 (I.A. 1-3)

6.4

 

7

 

7.2

7.3

7.9

8

 

8.11

 

8.14

 

9

 

9.9

9.10

 

9.11

                                               
Please contact the school if you would like to review the Family Life curriculum guides and supplemental materials.
Sign and return one of the attached statements attached regarding your child's participation (Opt In or Opt Out) in the Family Life Education Program.
Sincerely,
Mark A. Carter_____________                                                           ___Robert E. Widener, Jr.__________
Superintendent                                                                                                                                   Family Life Coordinator                                                                 
Attachment IX

LEE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS

 

 

 

FAMILY LIFE EDUCATION

OPT IN FORM

 

____________________________________                                    _________________________________
Student                                                                                                                                                      School
I am aware that I have the opportunity to preview curriculum and materials to be used in Family Life Education.
I have reviewed the letter indicating the topics to be covered in Family Life Education.  I understand that my child will receive this instruction.
Please sign and return this form.

 

___________________________________________               _________________________________
Parent/Guardian Signature                                                                                  Date                      

 

Adopted:  December 10, 2001

 

FAMILY LIFE EDUCATION

Opt Out Form


__________________________________________                                          ______________________________
Name of Student                                                                                      School

 

PART A – OPT OUT OF ENTIRE PROGRAM
If you do not want your child to participate in any part of Family Life Education, check part A below and sign on the signature line below part A.
A._________  I do not want my child to participate in any part of the Family Life Education Program for the school year

__________.  I understand that my child will receive an alternative assignment or activity.

A. ________________________________________                  _________________________________
Parent/Guardian Signature                                                                                                          Date

PART B – OPT OUT OF PART OF THE PROGRAM
If you want your child to participate in part of the Family Life Education but not all areas, heck part B below, list the areas or the objectives in which you do not want your child to participate, and sign on the signature line below part B.
B._____I do not wish for my child to opt out of the entire program; however, I do not want my child to participate in the following sessions of Family Life Education:  (Please list specifically which objectives from which you wish to opt out your child.)

1.  ___________________________________________________
2.  ___________________________________________________
3.  ___________________________________________________
Use the back of this page if more space is needed.
B. _____________________________________                           ______________________________
Parent/Guardian Signature                                                                                                          Date

           

Complete this form and return it to the principal of your child's school within five (5) days if you plan to opt your child out of all or part of the Family Life Education Program.