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Student Conduct Behavior Code Matrix

Student Behavior Conduct Code Matrix

The Student Behavior Conduct Code Matrix

  1. … is new to GCPS and based on the feedback from the Discipline Task Force Team and the Midcourse Correction. 
  2. … is aligned to policies JCD, JCDI, as well as local, state and federal laws.
  3. … is a “living document,” and therefore, may be amended at any time.
  4. … not meant to be a contract between students and GCPS.
  5. … is not meant to be ministerial, but an advisement tool that may, or may not be used to assist schools with disciplinary decisions.

Important note: Schools have the authority to deviate from the Student Behavior Code Matrix. 

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Student Behavior Conduct Code Matrix

Code of Conduct

Disciplinary Infraction

Level(s) Description of Infraction

Classroom &/or Teacher-led

Responses/Consequence

ISS IEP Considerations

When Appropriate

Out-of-school

Suspension (OSS)

Other Administrative-led

Responses/Consequences

Tribunal

Referral to

SRO

Referral to

District Attorney

Proactive

Interventions

Re-entry

Interventions

1A IV Intentional pull of a fire alarm that caused a minor disruption. (e.g., Brief or no evacuation).   X 1-6 days X         X
1A V Intentional pull of a fire alarm that caused a significant disruption (e.g., Complete and/or extended evacuation).     4-10 days X X       X
1B II Blocking and/or preventing others from entering a class and/or other areas on campus (e.g., Blocking a classroom door or bathroom entry). X     X          
1B III Blocking and/or preventing others from any area on campus and/or causing a major disruption (i.e., Blocking hallways during transitions).   X 1-3 days X         X
1C III Blocking and/or preventing normal pedestrian and/or vehicular traffic on school campus.   X 1-3 days X         X
1DA III Causing a school disruption that impacts part of the campus (i.e., Disruptive behavior that prevents students from entering a hallway).   X 1-3 days X         X
1DA IV Causing a school disruption that impacts part of the campus and/or caused a moderate disruption to the overall school (i.e., Causing a brief evacuation to all or part of a school).   X 4-6 days X         X
1DA V Causing a school disruption that impacts a significant part of the school and/or causing a significant disruption to the overall campus (i.e., Causing a complete lockdown or extended evacuation).     4-10 days X X       X
1DB I First incident of a minor classroom disruption (i.e., Sleeping in class and/or speaking out of turn). X             X  
1DB II Second incident of a minor classroom distruption and/or an incident that caused a moderate disruption (e.g., Repeatedly sleeping in class and/or speaking out of turn). X     X       X  
1DB III Repeated classroom disruptions and/or an incident that caused a significant disruption (e.g., Repeatedly sleeping in class and/or speaking out of turn).   X 1-3 days X       X X
1DC III First incident of conduct that disrupted the learning environment and/or posed a threat to the health, safety, and/or welfare of students and/or staff members (i.e., Refusing to calm down and refrain from engaging in a confrontation after it has been deescalated).   X 1-3 days X       X X
1DC IV Second incident of conduct that disrupted the learning environment and/or posed a moderate threat to the health, safety and/or welfare of students and/or staff members.   X 4-6 days X       X X
1DC V Repeated incidents of conduct that significantly disrupted the learning environment and/or posed a significant threat to the health, safety and/or welfare of students and/or staff members.     4-10 days X X     X X
1E III Refused to identify themselves upon the request of a staff member.   X 1-3 days X         X
1F II Urged and/or encouraged students to violate rules of the Student Conduct Behavior Code. (i.e., Coordinating efforts for students to skip class). X     X          
1F III Urged and/or encouraged students to violate rules of the Student Conduct Behavior Code (e.g., Coordinating efforts for students to skip school or leave campus without permission).   X 1-3days X         X
1H III Be on campus or enter the premises without proper authorization from the superintendent, prinicipal, or other school personnel.   X 1-3 days X         X
1I I First incident of indecent clothing, jewelry, book bags or other articles of personal appearance that are in violation of district and local school dress code policies. X             X  
1I II Second incident of indecent clothing, jewelry, book bags or other articles of personal appearance that are in violation of district and local school dress code policies. X     X       X  
1I III Repeated incidents of indecent clothing, jewelry, book bags or other articles of personal appearance that are in violation of district and local school dress code policies.   X 1-3 days X       X X
1J III First incident of refusing to leave campus after being instructed (i.e. Refusing to step outside of the classroom when instructed to do so by the teacher).   X 1-3 days X         X
1J IV Repeated incidents of refusing to leave campus after being instructed (i.e., Refusing to leave campus after school hours and/or not being with a sponsor, teacher, coach and/or supervisor.   X 4-6 days X         X
1Z I First incident of a specified rule violation and/or caused little to no disruption. X                
1Z II Second incident of a specified rule violation and/or caused a moderate disruption. X     X          
1Z III Repeated incidents of a specified rule violation and/or caused a significant disruption.   X 1-3 days X         X
2A III First incident of damaging and/or vandalizing school property causing minor and/or limited impact.   X 1-3 days X         X
2A IV Second incident of damaging and/or vandalizing school property causing major impact (e.g., Intentionally damaging resources and/or property such as textbooks, class sets of materials, computers in a lab, etc.).   X 4-6 days X         X
2A V Repeated incidents of damaging and/or vandalizing school property causing significant impact (e.g., Intentionally damaging or vandalizing areas of a building or campus such as spray painting or drawing grafitti on bathroom and/or school walls).     4-10 days X X       X
2BA II First incident of stealing school property (valued at less than $300) and/or property is returned immediately in previous condition. X     X          
2BA III Repeated incidents of stealing school property (valued at less than $300) and/or not returned immediately, not returned and/or returned damaged.   X 1-3 days X         X
2CA III First incident of engaging in larceny/theft of school property (valued at $300 or more) and/or property is returned immediately in previous condition.   X 1-3 days X         X
2CA IV Second offense of engaging in larceny/theft of school property (valued at $300 or more) and/or property is returned damaged.   X 4-6 days X         X
2CA V Repeated incidents of larceny/theft of school property (valued at $300 or more) and/or property is not returned and/or damaged.     4-10 days X X       X
2DA II First incident of possessing, using, selling, buying, and/or transmitting stolen school property (valued at less than $300) and/or is returned immediately in previous condition. X     X          
2DA III Repeated incidents of possessing, using, selling, buying, and/or transmitting stolen school property (valued at less than $300) and/or property is unreturned and/or is returned damaged.   X 1-3 days X         X
2DC III First incident of possessing, using, selling, buying, and/or transmitting stolen school property (valued at $300 or more) and/or property is returned in previous condition.   X 1-3 days X         X
2DC IV Second incident of possessing, using, selling, buying, and/or transmitting stolen school property (valued at $300 or more) and/or property is returned damaged.   X 4-6 days X         X
2DC V Repeated incidents of possessing, using, selling, buying, and/or transmitting stolen school property (valued at $300 or more) and/or property is unreturned and/or severely damaged.     4-10 days X X       X
2I II First incident of altering/misusing technology or other equipment, hardware or software, or school website/page (i.e., Using school computer to access games or unapproved sites). X     X       X  
2I III Repeated incidents of altering/misusing technology or any other equipment, hardware or software, or school website/page (i.e., Download software and/or harmful applications/viruses).   X 1-3 days X       X X
2J III Engaging in computer trespass (accessing unauthorized areas on the computer/software) (e.g, Accessing, deleting, removing a file or program on the school's network.   X 1-3 days X       X X
2JB IV First incident of assessing/altering school/teacher/student records maintained by GCPS and/or caused a major disruption (e.g., Accessing and/or altering teacher's gradebook and/or changing or altering student records, grades, etc.   X 4-6 days X       X X
2JB V Repeated incidents of assessing/altering school/teacher/student records maintained by GCPS and/or caused a significant disruption (e.g., Accessing and/or altering multiple teachers' gradebooks and/or changing or altering multiple student records, grades, etc.     4-10 days X X     X X
2K V Commit First Degree Arson (School Property).     4-10 days X X X     X
2L IV First incident of unlawful and/or unauthorized forceful entry into a school building or vehicle (with or without intent to commit theft). (Note: The key difference between Trespassing and Breaking & Entering-Burglary is that Trespassing does not include forceful entry).   X 4-6 days X   X     X
2L V Repeated incidents of unlawful or unauthorized forceful entry into a school building or vehicle (with or without intent to commit theft) or a single incident that caused significant damage or loss of property. (Note: The key difference between Trespassing and Breaking & Entering-Burglary is that Trespassing does not include forceful entry).     4-10 days X X X     X
2M IV First incident of intentional damage as a result of arson-related activity or the use of an incendiary device which includes but not limited to setting fires to school property and/or caused little to no damage.   X 4-6 days X   X     X
2M V Repeated incidents of intentional damage as a result of arson-related activity or the use of an incendiary device which includes but not limited to setting fires to school property and/or caused significant damage.     4-10 days X X X     X
2N IV Rob and/or attempt to rob by using verbal violence, threat, or intimidation without physical contact and/or force.   X 4-6 days X   X     X
2N V Rob and/or attempt to rob by using physical violence, threat, or intimidation with physical contact and/or force.     4-10 days X X X     X
2O V Commit armed robbery.     4-10 days X X X X   X
2P IV First incident of compromising test security of international, national, state, or county standardized test (i.e. Cheating on the SAT).   X 1-6 days X       X X
2P V Repeated incidents of compromising test security of international, national, state, or county standardized test (i.e., Posting a copy of the test and/or answers to assist other students with cheating).     4-10 days X X     X X
2Z I First incident of a specified rule violation. X                
2Z II Second incident of a specified rule violation and/or an caused a moderate disruption. X     X          
2Z III Repeated incidents of specified rule violations and/or caused a significant disruption.   X 1-3 days X         X
3AA II First incident of damaging or vandalizing private property (valued at less than $300) and/or causing little to no damage (i.e., Intentionally damaging private property but the property is still usable) X X 1-3 days X          
3AA III Repeated incidents of damaging or vandalizing private property (valued at less than $300) causing major impact on the property (i.e., Intentionally damaging private property and rendering it unusable).   X 4-6 days X         X
3AC III First incident of damaging or vandalizing private property (valued at $300 or more) and/or causing minor damage.   X 1-3 days X         X
3AC IV Second incident of damaging or vandalizing private property (valued at $300 or more) and/or causing moderate damage.   X 4-6 days X         X
3AC V Repeated incidents of damaging or vandalizing private property (valued at $300 or more) and/or causing significant damage.     4-10 days X X       X
3BA II First incident of stealing private property (valued at less than $300) and/or is returned in previous condition. X     X       X  
3BA III Repeated incidents of stealing property (valued at less than $300) and/or property is unreturned and/or returned damaged.   X 1-3 days X         X
3CA II First incident of possessing, using, selling, buying, or transmitting stolen private property (valued at less than $300) and/or is returned in previous condition. X     X       X  
3CA III Repeated incidents of possessing, using, selling, buying, or transmitting stolen private property (valued at less than $300) and/or property is unreturned and/or returned damaged.   X 1-3 days X         X
3CD III First incident of possessing, using, selling, buying, or transmitting stolen school property (valued at $300 or more) and/or property is returned in previous condition.   X 1-3 days X         X
3CD IV Second incident of possessing, using, selling, buying, or transmitting stolen school property (valued at $300 or more) and/or property is returned damaged.   X 4-6 days X         X
3CD V Repeated incidents of possessing, using, selling, buying, or transmitting stolen school property (valued at $300 or more) and/or property is unreturned and/or is severely damaged.     4-10 days X X       X
3H V Commit First Degree Arson (Personal Property).     4-10 days X X X     X
3J I First incident of buying and/or selling personal property. X             X  
3J II Second incident of buying and/or selling personal property and/or an incident that caused a moderate disruption (i.e., Students arguing over a transaction). X     X       X X
3J III Repeated incidents of buying and/or selling personal property and/or caused a significant disruption (i.e., Involves multiple students and large amounts of money).   X 1-3 days X       X X
3LA III First incident of engaging in larceny/theft of private property (valued at $300 or more) and/or property is returned in previous condition.   X 1-3 days X         X
3LA IV Second incident of engaging in larceny/theft of private property (valued at $300 or more) and/or property is returned damaged.   X 4-6 days X         X
3LA V Repeated incidents of larceny/theft of private property (valued at $300 or more) and/or property is unreturned and/or is significantly damaged.     4-10 days X X       X
3M IV Steal or attempt to steal a motor vehicle causing little to no damage and/or the vehicle was not taken off of school grounds.   X 1-6 days X   X     X
3M V Steal or attempt to steal a motor vehicle causing moderate to significant damage to the vehicle and/or the vehicle was removed from school grounds.     4-10 days X X X     X
3N IV Rob and/or attempt to rob using verbal violence, threat, and/or intimidation without using physical contact and/or force.   X 4-6 days X   X     X
3N V Rob and/or attempt to rob using physical violence, threat, and/or intimidation where physical contact and/or force was used.     4-10 days X X X     X
3O V Commit armed robbery.     4-10 days X X X X   X
3P IV Commit arson causing little to no damage and/or little to no disruption.   X 4-6 days X   X     X
3P V Commit arson causing moderate to significant damage and/or moderate to significant disruption.     4-10 days X X X     X
3Z I First incident of a specified rule violation. X                
3Z II Second incident of a specified rule violation and/or caused a moderate disruption. X     X          
3Z III Repeated incidents of specified rule violations and/or caused a significant disruption.   X 1-3 days X         X
4AA III First incident of oral threat/verbal assault and/or did not specifically target a staff member.   X 1-3 days X         X
4AA IV Second incident of oral threat/verbal assault and/or specifically targeted a staff member.   X 4-6 days X         X
4AA V Repeated incidents of oral threat/verbal assault and/or specifically targeted a staff member and/or caused significant harm and/or disruption.     4-10 days X X       X
4AB III First incident of a written threat and/or did not specifically target a staff member.   X 1-3 days X         X
4AB IV Second incident of a written threat and/or specifically targeted a staff member.   X 4-6 days X         X
4AB V Repeated incidents of written threats and/or specifically targeted a staff member and/or caused significant harm and/or disruption.     4-10 days X X       X
4AC III First incident of rude and/or disrespectful conduct including but not limited to symbolic gestures, insults and/or did not specifically target a staff member.   X 1-3 days X       X X
4AC IV Second incident of rude and/or disrespectful conduct including but not limited to symbolic gestures and insults and/or specifically targeted a staff member.   X 4-6 days X       X X
4AC V Repeated incidents of rude and/or disrespectful conduct including but not limited to symbolic gestures and insults and/or specifically targeted a staff member and/or caused a significant disruption.     4-10 days X X     X X
4AE III First incident of cyberbullying and/or caused little to no disruption.   X 1-3 days X         X
4AE IV Second incident of cyberbullying and/or caused a disruption.   X 4-6 days X         X
4AE V Repeated incidents of cyberbullying and/or caused a significant disruption.     4-10 days X X       X
4AF III Use of profanity directed at a specific staff member.   X 1-3 days X       X X
4AG III Use of an ethnic, racial, sexual, religious, or disability slur directed towards a staff member.   X 1-3 days X       X X
4AL IV First incident of harassment at a staff member.   X 4-6 days X       X X
4AL V Repeated incidents of harassment at a staff member and/or an incident that caused significant harm and/or disruption.     4-10 days X X     X X
4AM III Any expression (oral, written, or gesture) that undermines the authority of a school employee and/or disrupted the learning environment.   X 1-3 days X       X X
4AN V Terroristic threats.     4-10 days X X X     X
4AO IV First incident of posturing to inflict physical harm at a staff member and/or encroachment into personal space and/or causing little to no fear and/or intimidation (i.e., Making gestures suggesting a willingness to engage in a physical confrontation from across the room).   X 4-6 days X         X
4AO V Repeated incidents of posturing to inflict physical harm at a staff member and/or encroachment into the personal space of staff and/or causing significant fear and/or intimidation and/or disruption. (i.e., Moving towards the employee in a threatening manner suggesting a willingness to engage in a physical confrontation).     4-10 days X X X     X
4AZ I First incident of a specified rule violation. X                
4AZ II Second incident of a specified rule violation and/or an incident that caused a moderate disruption. X     X          
4AZ III Repeated incidents of a specified rule violation and/or an incident that caused a significant disruption.   X 1-3 days X         X
4BB III Any behavior that unintentionally caused physical injury to an employee (i.e., An employee sustained an injury and/or is inadvertently hit while breaking up a fight).   X 1-3 days X         X
4BC V Any intentional physical contact of an insulting or provoking nature to an employee.     4-10 days   X X     X
4BD V Aggravated Battery.     4-10 days   X X X    
4BE V Homicide/murder.     4-10 days   X X X    
4BF V Kidnapping.     4-10 days   X X X    
4BG V Voluntary manslaughter.     4-10 days   X x x    
4BH III First incident of entering without permission the private property of a staff member and/or causing little to no damage and/or theft.   X 1-3 days X         X
4BH IV Second incident of entering without permission the private property of a staff member and/or causing minor damage and/or theft.   X 4-6 days X         X
4BH V Repeated incidents of entering without permission the private property of a staff member and/or causing significant damage and/or theft (i.e., Going into an employee's purse and/or car).     4-10 days X X       X
4BI V Intentional physical contact that caused physical harm to an employee.     4-10 days X X X X   X
4BK IV Violence against a teacher and/or teachers that did not cause significant harm.   X 4-6 days X         X
4BK V Violence against a teacher and/or teachers that caused significant harm.     4-10 days X X X X   X
4BZ I First incident of a specified rule violation. X                
4BZ II Second incident of a specified rule violation and/or an incident that caused a moderate disruption and/or harm. X     X          
4BZ III Repeated incidents of a specified rule violation and/or incident that caused a significant disruption and/or harm.   X 1-3 days X         X

Code of Conduct

Disciplinary Infraction

Level(s) Description of Infraction

Classroom &/or Teacher-led

Responses/Consequence

ISS IEP Considerations

When Appropriate

Out-of-school

Suspension (OSS)

Other Administrative-led

Responses/Consequences

Tribunal

Referral to

SRO

Referral to

District Attorney

Proactive

Interventions

Re-entry

Interventions

5AA II First incident of oral threat/verbal assault not targeted at a specific student and/or nonemployee. X     X       X  
5AA III Repeated incidents of oral threat/verbal assault and/or was specifically targeted at a student and/or nonemployee.   X 1-3 days X       X X
5AB II First incident of written threat not targeted at a student and/or nonemployee and/or caused little to no harm. X     X       X  
5AB III Repeated incidents of written threat and/or was specifically targeted at a student and/or nonemployee and/or caused harm.   X 1-3 days X       X X
5AC II First incident of rude and/or disrespectful conduct including but not limited to symbolic gestures and insults and not targeted at a student or nonemployee and/or caused little to no harm. X     X       X  
5AC III Repeated incidents of rude and/or disrespectful conduct including but not limited to symbolic gestures, insults and/or specifically targeted at a student and/or nonemployee and/or caused harm.   X 1-3 days X       X X
5AD II First Offense of bullying as defined in Georgia Code Section 20-2-751.4. Includes but is not limited to a pattern of unwanted teasing, threats, namecalling, intimidation, harassment, humiliation, hazing, physical attacks, extortion, social exclusion, coercion, spreading of rumors or falsehoods, gossip, stalking, or using any type of electronic means to harass or intimidate. X     X       X X
5AD III Repeated acts, as defined in Georgia Code Section 20-2-751.4, occurring on school property or school possession that is a willful attempt or threat to inflict injury, or apparent means to do so, any display of force that puts victim at fear of harm, any written, verbal or physical act that threatens, harasses, or intimidates; causes another person physical harm; interferes with a student's education; so severe and pervasive intimidated or threatens educational environment. (May result in a tribu   X 1-3 days X X     X X
5AE III First incident of cyberbullying and/or caused little to no harm or disruption.   X 1-3 days X       X X
5AE IV Second incident of cyberbullying and/or caused major harm or disruption.   X 1-6 days X       X X
5AE V Repeated incidents of cyberbullying and/or caused significant harm and disruption.     4-10 days X X     X X
5AF I First incident of profanity and/or not targeted directly at students and/or nonemployee. X             X  
5AF II Second incident of profanity and/or was specifically targeted at a student and/or nonemployee. X     X       X X
5AF III Repeated incidents of the use of profanity and/or specifically targeted students and nonemployee and/or caused a major disruption to the learning environment.   X 1-3 days X       X X
5AG II First incident of the use of an ethnic, racial, sexual, religious, or disability and/or targeted directly at students or nonemployees. X     X       X  
5AG III Repeated incidents of the use of an ethnic, racial, sexual, religious, or disability and/or targeted directly at students and/or nonemployees and/or caused harm.   X 1-3 days X       X X
5AL II First incident of documented harassment at a student and/or nonemployee. X     X       X  
5AL III Repeated incidents of documented harassment at a student and/or nonemployee and/or an incident that caused significant harm.   X 1-3 days X       X X
5AO II First incident of posturing to inflict physical harm towards a student and/or nonemployee and/or no physical contact or encroachment into personal space and/or caused little to no disruption (i.e., Making gestures suggesting a willingness to engage in a physical confrontation from across the room). X     X          
5AO III Repeated incidents of posturing to inflict physical harm towards a student and/or nonemployee and/or encroachment into personal space and/or caused a disruption (i.e., Moving towards a student and/or nonemployee in a threatening manner suggesting a willingness to engage in a physical confrontation).   X 1-3 days X         X
5AR IV Terroristic threats that were not directed at specific students and/or persons nonemployees and/or caused little to no disruption.   X 4-6 days X   X     X
5AR V Terroristic threats that were directed at specific students and/or nonemployees and/or caused moderate to significant disruptions and/or harm.     4-10 days X X X     X
5AZ I First incident of a specified rule violation. X             X  
5AZ II Second incident of a specified rule violation and/or caused a moderate disruption. X     X       X  
5AZ III Repeated incidents of a specified rule violation and/or caused a significant disruption.   X 1-3 days X         X
5BA I First incident of pushing and shoving and/or caused little to no harm. X                
5BA II Second incident of pushing and shoving and/or caused minor harm. X     X          
5BA III Repeated incidents of pushing and shoving and/or caused major harm.   X 1-3 days X         X
5BB III A physical confrontation between two or more students with the intent to harm resulting in little to no injuries.   X 1-3 days X         X
5BB IV A physical confrontation between two or more students with the intent to harm resulting in mild or moderate bodily injuries. Mild or moderate Injuries may include but are not limited to scratches, bloody noses, bruises, black eyes, and other marks on the body.   X 1-6 days X   X   X X
5BB V A physical confrontation between two or more students with the intent to harm resulting in severe bodily injuries. Level V may be used for students that violate the school policy on fighting two or more times during the same school year and/or a physical confrontation that resulted in severe injuries that required medical attention and/or caused a major disruption.   X 4-10 days X X X   X X
5BC IV Intentional physical attack with the intent to cause bodily harm resulting in mild or moderate bodily injuries. Includes but not limited to pushing, hitting, kicking, shoving, pinching, slapping, and other physical confrontations that result in mild or moderate injuries.   X 4-6 days X       X X
5BC V Intentional physical attack with the intent to cause bodily harm resulting in severe injuries. Includes but not limited to choking, pushing, hitting, kicking, shoving, pinching, slapping, and other physical confrontations resulting in severe injuries.     4-10 days X X     X X
5BE III First incident of inappropriate behavior that caused minor injuries.   X 1-3 days X       X X
5BE IV Second incident of inappropriate behavior that caused moderate injuries.   X 1-6 days X   X   X X
5BE V Repeated incidents of inappropriate behavior that caused injuries and/or a single incident that caused significant injuries.   X 4-10 days X X X   X X
5BF II First incident of physical contact of a threatening or provoking nature to another student and/or nonemployee. X     X       X  
5BF III Physical contact of a threatening or provoking nature to another student or nonemployee.   X 1-3 days X       X X
5BG V Aggravated Battery.     4-10 days X X X X    
5BH V Homicide/murder.     4-10 days X X X X    
5BI V Kidnapping.     4-10 days X X X X    
5BK III First incident of hazing that caused little to no disruption.   X 1-3 days X       X X
5BK IV Second incident of hazing that caused a moderate disruption.   X 1-6 days X       X X
5BK V Repeated incidents of hazing that caused a significant disruption.     4-10 days X X     X X
5BM V Voluntary manslaughter.     4-10 days X X X X    
5BZ I First incident of a specified rule violation. X                
5BZ II Second incident of a specified rule violation and/or caused a moderate disruption. X     X          
5BZ III Repeated incidents of a specified rule violation and/or caused a significant disruption.     1-3 days X         X
6A V Knife less than 2 inches.     4-10 days X X X X   X
6B V Knife 2 inches or more.     4-10 days X X X X   X
6C V Handgun.     4-10 days X X X X   X
6D V Rifle or shotgun.     4-10 days X X X X   X
6EA V BB/pellet/airsoft/paintball gun.     4-10 days X X X X   X
6EB V BB/pellet/airsoft/paintball gun.     4-10 days X X X X   X
6F II First incident of possessing a toy or any look-a-like gun which caused little to no disruption. X     X   X X    
6F III Repeated incidents of possessing a toy or any look-a-like gun and/or caused a disruption.   X 1-3 days X   X X   X
6G V Destructive device (bomb, grenade, mine, rocket, missile pipe bomb or similar device).     4-10 days X X X X   X
6H IV First incident of possession of brass knuckles or metal knucks and/or caused little to no disruption and/or were not used.   X 4-6 days X   X X   X
6H V Repeated incidents of possessing brass knuckles or metal knucks and/or caused a significant disruption and/or were used.   X 4-10 days X X X X   X
6I III First incident of possession of fireworks and/or caused a minor disruption.   X 1-3 days X         X
6I IV Second incident of possession of fireworks and/or caused a moderate disruption.   X 4-6 days X         X
6I V Repeated incidents of possession of fireworks and/or caused a significant disruption.     4-10 days X X       X
6IA III First incident of possession of accelerants and/or caused little to no disruption.   X 1-3 days X   X     X
6IA IV Second incident of possession of accelerants and/or caused a disruption.   X 4-6 days X   X     X
6IA V Repeated incidents of possession of accelerants and/or caused a significant disruption.     4-10 days X X X     X
6K III First incident of possession of tear gas, mace, or pepper spray and/or were not used.   X 1-3 days X   X X   X
6K IV Second incident of possession of tear gas, mace, or pepper spray and/or caused injuries and/or a disruption.   X 4-6 days X   X X   X
6K V Repeated incidents of possession of tear gas, mace, or pepper spray and/or caused significant injuries and/or a significant disruption.     4-10 days X X X X   X
6L III First possession of bats, clubs, sticks, or other instruments of bludgeoning type (other than for athletics) and/or caused little to no disruption.   X 1-3 days X   X X   X
6L IV Second incident of possession of bats, clubs, sticks, or other instruments of bludgeoning type (other than for athletics) and/or caused a minor disruption.   X 4-6 days X   X X   X
6L V Repeated incidents of possession of bats, clubs, sticks, or other instruments of bludgeoning type (other than for athletics) and/or caused a significant disruption.     4-10 days X X X X   X
6N IV First incident of possession of razors or razor blades and/or caused little to no disruption and/or were not used.   X 4-6 days X   X X   X
6N V Repeated incidents of possessing razors or razor blades and/or caused a significant disruption and/or were used.     4-10 days X X X X   X
6O IV First incident of possession of spring stick/expandable baton and/or did not cause a disruption and/or were not used.   X 1-6 days X   X X   X
6O V Repeated incidents of possessing a spring stick/expandable baton and/or caused a significant disruption and/or were used.     4-10 days X X X X   X
6P IV First incident of possession of a blackjack and/or did not cause a disruption and/or were not used.   X 1-6 days X   X X   X
6P V Repeated incidents of possessing a blackjack and/or caused a moderate to significant disruption and/or were used.     4-10 days X X X X   X
6Q IV First incident of possession of nun chahka, nun chuck, nunchaku, shuriken, or fighting chains and/or did not cause a disruption and/or were not used.   X 4-6 days X   X X   X
6Q V Repeated incidents of possessing nun chahka, nun chuck, nunchaku, shuriken, or fighting chains and/or caused a moderate to significant disruption and/or were used.     4-10 days X X X X   X
6R IV First incident of possession of a throwing star, oriental dart, or any disc having two or more points or pointed blades which is designed to be thrown or propelled and did not cause a disruption and/or were not used.   X 4-6 days X   X X   X
6R V Repeated incidents of possessing a throwing star, oriental dart, or any disc having two or more points or pointed blades which is designed to be thrown or propelled and/or caused a moderate to significant disruption and/or were used.     4-10 days X X X X   X
6S IV First incident of possession of a tazer/stun gun and/or did not use.   X 1-6 days X   X     X
6S V Repeated incidents of possessing a tazer/stun gun and/or used.     4-10 days X X X     X
6Z I First incident of a specified rule violation. X             X  
6Z II Second incident of a specified rule violation and/or caused a moderate disruption. X     X       X X
6Z III Repeated incidents of a specified rule violation and/or caused a major disruption.   X 1-3 days X         X
7AA IV First incident of possession of alcoholic beverage or any intoxicant and/or under the influence.   X 4-6 days X   X   X X
7AA V Repeated incidents of possession of alcoholic beverage of any intoxicant and/or under the influence and/or caused a major disruption.     4-10 days X X X   X X
7AB V Amphetamine/methamphetamine drug [schedule II].     4-10 days X X X X X X
7AC V Hallucinogenic drug [schedule I] [ex. peyote, PCP, etc.].     4-10 days X X X X X X
7AD V Anabolic steroid [schedule III].     4-10 days X X X X X X
7AE IV First incident of controlled drug or controlled substance [ex. Ritalin, Adderall, Phenobarbital, Percocet, OxyContin, Xanax, etc.].   X 4-6 days X   X X X X
7AE V Repeated incident of controlled drug or controlled substance [ex. Ritalin, Adderall, Phenobarbital, Percocet, OxyContin, Xanax, etc.];and/or caused a major disruption.     4-10 days X X X X X X
7AF IV First incident of cannabis (including but without limitation to marijuana, hemp, THC, etc.) and/or 9 OSS reduced to 3 OSS if the student and parent agree to attend CLFC.   X   X   X X X X
7AF V Repeated incidents of cannabis (including but without limitation to marijuana, hemp, THC, etc.) and/or caused a major disruption.   X 4-10 days X X X X X X
7AG V LSD [schedule I].     4-10 days X X X X X X
7AH V Cocaine [schedule II].     4-10 days X X X X X X
7AJ V Heroin [schedule I].     4-10 days X X X X X X
7AK IV First incident of inhalants* (any volatile solvents, aerosols, anesthetics, or volatile nitrites) [ex. glue, paint thinner, hair spray, Pam, ether, etc.].   X 4-6 days X   X X X X
7AK V Repeated incidents of inhalants* (any volatile solvents, aerosols, anesthetics, or volatile nitrites) [ex. glue, paint thinner, hair spray, Pam, ether, etc.] and/or caused a major disruption.     4-10 days X X X X X X
7AL III First incident of over-the-counter (OTC) drugs [ex. NoDoz, Vivarin, asthma medicines, energy/diet pills, aspirins, herb pills, etc.].   X 1-3 days X   X X X X
7AL IV Second incident of over-the-counter (OTC) drugs [ex. NoDoz, Vivarin, asthma medicines, energy/diet pills, aspirins, herb pills, etc.].   X 4-6 days X   X X X X
7AL V Repeated incidents of over-the-counter (OTC) drugs [ex. NoDoz, Vivarin, asthma medicines, energy/diet pills, aspirins, herb pills, etc.] and/or caused a major disruption.     4-10 days X X X X X X
7AN IV First incident of look alike substance (under the pretense).   X 4-6 days X   X X X X
7AN V Repeated incidents of look alike substance (under the pretense) and/or caused a major disruption.     4-10 days X X X X X X
7AO V Cannabis (selling and/or possession of cannabis that is packaged for distribution and/or possession of one ounce or more).   X 4-10 days X X X X X X
7AP III First incident of offering, requesting and/or receiving of a substance.   X 1-3 days X   X X X X
7AP IV Second incident of offering, requesting and/or receiving of a substance.   X 4-6 days X   X X X X
7AP V Repeated incidents of offering, requesting and/or receiving of a substance and/or caused a major disruption.     4-10 days X X X X X X
7AQ IV First incident of furnishing/providing/selling of a substance.   X 4-6 days X   X X X X
7AQ V Repeated incidents of furnishing/providing/selling of a substance and/or caused a major disruption.     4-10 days X X X X X X
7AR III First incident of non-controlled prescription drugs [ex. Prozac, Seroquel, Amoxicillin, etc.].   X 1-3 days X   X X X X
7AR IV Second incident of non-controlled prescription drugs [ex. Prozac, Seroquel, Amoxicillin, etc.];   X 4-6 days X   X X X X
7AR V Repeated incidents of non-controlled prescription drugs [ex. Prozac, Seroquel, Amoxicillin, etc.] and/or caused a major disruption.     4-10 days X X X X X X
7AZ I First incident of a specified rule violation. X     X   X X X  
7AZ II Second incident of a specified rule violation and/or caused a moderate disruption. X     X   X X X  
7AZ III Repeated incidents of a specified rule violation and/or caused a major disruption.   X 1-3 days X   X X X X
7BA III Pipes, water pipes, clips, rolling papers, or other objects used for drug use.   X 1-3 days X   X X X X
7BB I First incident of photographs, drawings or depictions of drugs, drug use, or objects used for drug use. X     X       X  
7BB II Second incident of photographs, drawings or depictions of drugs, drug use, or objects used for drug use. X     X       X  
7BB III Repeated photographs, drawings or depictions of drugs, drug use, or objects used for drug use and/or caused a disruption.   X 1-3 days X       X X
7BC III Tobacco paraphernalia (ex. matches, lighters, rolling papers and the like).   X 1-3 days X       X X
7BD I First incident of photographs, drawings or depictions of tobacco, vaping, tobacco use, or objects used for tobacco use or vaping; X X   X       X  
7BD II Second incident of photographs, drawings or depictions of tobacco, vaping, tobacco use, or objects used for tobacco use or vaping; X X   X       X  
7BD III Repeated incidents of photographs, drawings or depictions of tobacco, vaping, tobacco use, or objects used for tobacco use or vaping and/or caused a major disruption.   X 1-3 days X       X X
7BE III First incident of electronic smoking or vaping device.   X 1-3 days X       X X
7BE IV Second incident of electronic smoking or vaping device.   X 4-6 days X       X X
7BE V Repeated incidents of electronic Smoking or vaping device and/or caused a significant disruption.     4-10 days X X     X X
7BZ I First incident of a specified rule violation. X     X       X  
7BZ II Second incident of a specified rule violation and/or caused a moderate disruption. X     X       X  
7BZ III Repeated incidents of a specified rule violation and/or caused a significant disruption.   X 1-3 days X       X X
7CA III Tobacco products (ex. cigarettes, electronic tobacco or nicotine cartridges (any type), chewing tobacco, dip, snuff, cigars, liquid nicotine - regardless of biological source, electronic cigarette vapors - with or without nicotine, etc.);   X 1-3 days X       X X
7CZ I First incident of a specified rule violation. X     X         X
7CZ II Second incident of a specified rule violation and/or an incident that caused a moderate disruption. X     X         X
7CZ III Repeated incidents of a specified rule violation and/or an incident that caused a significant disruption.   X 1-3 days X         X

Code of Conduct

Disciplinary Infraction

Level(s) Description of Infraction

Classroom &/or Teacher-led

Responses/Consequence

ISS IEP Considerations

When Appropriate

Out-of-school

Suspension (OSS)

Other Administrative-led

Responses/Consequences

Tribunal

Referral to

SRO

Referral to

District Attorney

Proactive

Interventions

Re-entry

Interventions

8A I Failure to comply with verbal instructions of staff. X             X X
8A II Blatant insubordination; willfully and defiantly refuses to immediately follow staff directives. X     X       X X
8A III Pattern of blatant insubordination and a failure to follow staff commands.   X 1-3 days X       X X
8B I Failure to comply with written instructions of staff. X     X       X  
8B II Blatant insubordination; willfully and defiantly refuses to immediately follow written school rules. X     X       X  
8B III Pattern of blatant insubordination and a failure to follow written rules.   X 1-3 days X       X X
8C III Failure to serve an administrative consequence (ex. Administrative Detention, Saturday School, etc.).   X 1-3 days X         X
8Z I First incident of a specified rule violation. X     X          
8Z II Second incident of a specified rule violation and/or an incident that caused a moderate disruption. X     X          
8Z III Repeated incidents of a specified rule violation and/or incident that caused a significant disruption.   X 1-3 days X         X
9A IV First incident sexual harassment. Deliberate and unsolicited physical actions, gestures, or verbal or written comments of a sexual nature.   X 4-6 days X       X X
9A V Repeated sexual harassment. Deliberate and unsolicited physical actions, gestures, or verbal or written comments of a sexual nature that are repeated and/or a single incident of a sufficiently serious nature to create a hostile environment.   X 4-10 days X X     X X
9B IV First incident of lewd (sexual) exposure (any act of) (This includes "streaking" and "mooning.").   X 4-6 days X   X X   X
9B V Repeated acts of lewd (sexual) exposure (any act of) (This includes "streaking" and "mooning.") and/or a single incident that caused a significant disruption.     4-10 days X X X X   X
9C II First incident of obscene and/or indecent gestures or gestures that mimic or imply sexual intercourse. X     X          
9C III Repeated incidents of obscene and/or indecent gestures or gestures that mimic or imply sexual intercourse and/or caused a disruption.   X 1-3 days X          
9D IV First incident of lewd caress or indecent fondling or touching of the student's own body.   X 4-6 days X   X X   X
9D V Repeated incidents of lewd caress and/or indecent fondling or touching of the student's own body and/or a single incident that caused a significant disruption.     4-10 days X X X X   X
9E IV First incident of lewd caress or indecent fondling or touching of the body of another person.   X 4-6 days X   X X   X
9E V Repeated incidents of lewd caress or indecent fondling or touching of the body of another person and/or a single incident that caused a disruption.     4-10 days X X X X   X
9F IV First incident of sexual intercourse.   X 4-6 days X   X X X X
9F V Repeated incidents of sexual intercourse and/or a single incident that caused a disruption.     4-10 days X X X X X X
9G IV First incident of oral sex or any act of sodomy.   X 4-6 days X   X X   X
9G V Repeated incidents of oral sex or any act of sodomy, or a single incident that caused a disruption.   X 4-10 days X X X X   X
9H V Aggravated sexual battery (intentionally penetrating with a foreign object the sexual organ or anus of another person without the consent of that person).     4-10 days X X X X   X
9I II First incident of having pornographic materials. Possession or transmission by any means of descriptions, images, recordings, or other materials involving the display of genitals, pubic area, buttocks or breasts. X     X   X      
9I III Repeated incidents of possessing pornographic materials. Possession or transmission by any means of descriptions, images, recordings, or other materials involving the display of genitals, pubic area, buttocks or breasts and/or caused a disruption.   X 1-3 days X   X     X
9IB IV First incident of possessing sexually exploitative/sexually explicit materials. Possession or transmission by any means of descriptions, images, recordings or other materials involving (a) sexual acts of any type, (b) exposure of the genitals, pubic area, breasts or buttocks of a minor, or (c) other graphic sexual content.   X 4-6 days X   X     X
9IB V Repeated incidents of possession sexually exploitatives/sexually explicit materials. Possession or transmission by any means of descriptions, images, recordings or other materials involving (a) sexual acts of any type, (b) exposure of the genitals, pubic area, breasts or buttocks of a minor, or (c) other graphic sexual content and/or a single incident that caused a disruption.   X 4-10 days X X X     X
9IC IV First act of recording images of intimate areas. Recording, possession, and/or transmission of images of students or employees that are of a sexual nature and that were taken without the consent of the student or employee.   X 4-6 days X   X X   X
9iC V Repeated acts recording images of intimate areas. Recording, possession, and/or transmission of images of students or employees that are of a sexual nature and that were taken without the consent of the student or employee and/or a single act that caused a significant disruption.     4-10 days X X X X   X
9J I First incident of kissing and/or any act of intimacy. X     X          
9J II Second incident of kissing and/or any act of intimacy. X     X          
9J III Repeated incidents of kissing and/or any act of intimacy and/or caused a disruption.   X 1-3 days X         X
9K V Aggravated child molestation. (An offense of child molestation which physically injures the child or involves an act of sodomy).     4-10 days X X X X   X
9L V Aggravated sodomy (performing or submitting to any sexual act involving the sex organs of one person and the mouth or anus of another with force and against the will of the other person or when he or she commits sodomy with a person who is less than ten years of age).     4-10 days X X X X   X
9M V Rape (a person commits the offense of rape when he has carnal knowledge of a female forcibly and against her will, or a female who is less than 10 years of age. Carnal knowledge in rape occurs when there is any penetration of the female sex organ by the male sex organ).     4-10 days X X X X   X
9N IV First incident of sexual battery (intentional physical contact with the intimate parts of the body of another person without the consent of that person).   X 4-6 days X   X X   X
9N V Sexual battery (intentional physical contact with the intimate parts of the body of another person without the consent of that person) and/or a single incident of sufficiently serious nature.     4-10 days X X X X   X
9O IV First incident of allowing another student/person to commit a lewd or indecent act to the body of oneself.   X 4-6 days X   X     X
9O V Repeated incidents of allowing another student/person to commit a lewd or indecent act to the body of oneself and/or a single incident of sufficiently serious nature.     4-10 days X X X     X
9Z I First incident of a specified rule violation. X     X   X      
9Z II Second incident of a specified rule violation and/or an incident that caused a moderate disruption. X     X   X      
9Z III Repeated incidents of a specified rule violation and/or caused a significant disruption.   X 1-3 days X   X     X
10A I First incident of tardy to class. X     X       X  
10A II Second incident of tardy to class. X     X       X  
10A III Repeated incidents of tardy to class.   X 1-3 days X       X X
10B II First incidents of tardy to school. X     X       X X
  III Repeated incidents of tardy to school.   X 1-3 days X       X X
10C II First incident of AWOL from class (absent without official leave); X     X       X X
10C III Repeated incidents of AWOL from class (absent without official leave);   X 1-3 days X       X X
10D II First incident of AWOL from school. X     X       X X
10D III Repeated incidents of AWOL from school.   X 1-3 days X       X X
10E I First incident of unexcused absence (failure to comply with compulsory school attendance law); X     X       X  
10E II Second incident of unexcused absence (failure to comply with compulsory school attendance law); X     X       X  
10E III Repeated incidents of unexcused absences (failure to comply with compulsory school attendance law);   X 1-3 days X       X X
10Z I First incident of a specified rule violation. X     X       X  
10Z II Second incident of a specified rule violation and/or an incident that causes a moderate disruption. X     X       X  
10Z III Repeated incidents of a specified rule violation and/or occurrence that causes a significant disruption.   X 1-3 days X       X X
11A I First violation of a minor local school rule and/or caused little to no disruption. X                
11A II Second violation of a minor local school rule and/or caused a minor disruption. X     X          
11A III Repeated violations of minor local school rules and/or caused a significant disruptions.   X 1-3 days X       X X
11C III First incident of criminal gang-related activity and/or caused little to no disruption (i.e., Using hand signs).   X 1-3 days X   X     X
11C IV Second incident of criminal gang-related activity and/or caused a major disruption (i.e., Tagging areas on campus with gang grefetti).   X 4-6 days X   X     X
11C V Repeated incidents of criminal gang-related activity and/or caused a significant disruption (i.e., Beating a student into a gang).     4-10 days X X X     X
11D III First incident of retaliating against or deterring a witness and/or caused little to no fear and/or intimidation.   X 1-3 days X         X
11D IV Second incident of retaliating against or deterring a witness and/or caused moderate fear and/or intimidation.   X 4-6 days X         X
11D V Repeated incidents of retaliating against or deterring a witness and/or caused significant fear and/or intimidation.     4-10 days X X       X
11E II First incident of providing false information and/or forgery (i.e., lying about being involved in other rule violations). X     X          
11E III Repeated incidents of providing false information and/or forgery (i.e., lying about being involved in other rule violations and/or caused a disruption).   X 1-3 days X         X
11F II First incident of cheating and/or intentional receiving and/or providing of unauthorized assistance on classroom projects, assessments and assignments. May include but is not limited to failure to cite sources. X     X       X  
11F III Repeated incidents of cheating and/or intentional receiving and/or providing of unauthorized assistance on classroom projects, assessments and assignments. May include but is not limited to failure to cite sources   X 1-3 days X       X X
11G II First incident of gambling and/or caused little to no disruption. X     X          
11G III Repeated incidents of gambling and/or caused a disruption.   X 1-3 days X         X
11H II First incident of plagiarism. (i.e., plagerized a homework assignment). X     X       X X
11H III Repeated incidents of plagiarism and/or plagerized a major assignment (i.e., plagerized a major paper).   X 1-3 days X       X X
11I II First incident of foul language (profane or vulgar language not directed at another person) on school property or at a school-sponsored event (i.e., Cursing at a sporting event). X     X          
11I III Repeated incidents of foul language (profane or vulgar language not directed at another person) on school property or at a school-sponsored event.   X 1-3 days X         X
11K I First incident of possession of laser pointers. X                
11K II Second incident of possession of laser pointers and/or use. X     X         X
11K III Repeated incidents of laser pointers and/or use.   X 1-3 days X         X
11L II First incident of unauthorized use of electronics during school hours, however it did not cause a disruption (i.e., A student put the cell phone away immediately after being instructed). X     X       X  
11L III Repeated incidents of unauthorized use of electronics during school hours and/or caused a disruption (i.e., A student used their cell phone without authorization and/or caused a disruption).   X 1-3 days X       X X
11N II First incident of loitering. X     X          
11N III Repeated incidents of loitering.   X 1-3 days X         X
11O III First incident of criminal trespassing; Criminal trespass includes: (1) Conduct that intentionally damages any property of another without consent; (2) Entering the land, premises, or vehicle of another for an unlawful purpose; (3) Entering the land, premises or vehicle of another after receiving prior notice from the owner, rightful occupant, or their authorized representative that such entry is forbidden; (4) Remaining on the land, premises, or vehicle of another after receiving notice form th   X 1-3 days X         X
11O IV Second incident of criminal trespassing; Criminal trespass includes: (1) Conduct that intentionally damages any property of another without consent; (2) Entering the land, premises, or vehicle of another for an unlawful purpose; (3) Entering the land, premises or vehicle of another after receiving prior notice from the owner, rightful occupant, or their authorized representative that such entry is forbidden; (4) Remaining on the land, premises, or vehicle of another after receiving notice form t   X 4-6 days X         X
11O V Repeated incidents of criminal trespassing; Criminal trespass includes: (1) Conduct that intentionally damages any property of another without consent; (2) Entering the land, premises, or vehicle of another for an unlawful purpose; (3) Entering the land, premises or vehicle of another after receiving prior notice from the owner, rightful occupant, or their authorized representative that such entry is forbidden; (4) Remaining on the land, premises, or vehicle of another after receiving notice for     4-10 days X X       X
11P IV First incident of community misconduct that would pose a threat to the school community (i.e., A student is arrested for threatening others.   X 4-6 days X         X
11P V Repeated incidents of community misconduct that would pose a threat to the school community (i.e., A student is arrested and incarcerated for armed robbery.)     4-10 days X X       X
11S III Other Felony:     1-3 days X         X
11S IV Other Felony:     4-6 days X         X
11S V Other Felony:     4-10 days X X       X
11T II First incident of holding oneself out to be a member of a criminal street gang and/or did not cause a disruption. X     X   X      
11T III Second incident of holding oneself out as a member of a criminal street gang and/or caused a minor disruption.   X 1-3 days X   X     X
11T IV Repeated incidents of holding oneself out as a member of a criminal street gang and/or caused a major disruption.   X 4-6 days X   X     X
11U III Falsifying, misrepresenting, omitting, or erroneously reporting information regarding instances of alleged inappropriate behavior by a teacher, administrator, or school employee toward a student.   X 1-3 days X   X     X
11U IV Falsifying, misrepresenting, omitting, or erroneously reporting information regarding instances of alleged inappropriate behavior by a teacher, administrator, or school employee toward a student.   X 4-6 days X   X     X
11U V Falsifying, misrepresenting, omitting, or erroneously reporting information regarding instances of alleged inappropriate behavior by a teacher, administrator, or school employee toward a student.     4-10 days X X X     X
11Z II First incident of a specified rule violation. X     X          
11Z III Second incident of a specified rule violation and/or an incident that caused a moderate disruption.   X 1-3 days X         X
11Z IV Repeated incidents of a specified rule violation and/or an incident that caused a significant disruption.   X 4-6 days X         X
12A N/A Chronically disrupt or repeatedly violate other school rules;                  
12Z N/A Other:                  
13A III First incident of disruption on a school bus.   X 1-3 days X         X
13A IV Second incident of disruption on a school bus.   X 4-6 days X         X
13A V Repeated disruption on a school bus and/or caused a significant disruption.     4-10 days X X       X
13B IV First incident of throwing objects at the driver.   X 4-6 days X         X
13B V Repeated incidents of throwing objects at the driver and/or caused a significant disruption.     4-10 days X X       X
13C II First incident of failure to follow directions, rules and/or regulations. X     X          
13C III Second incident of failure to follow directions, rules or regulations.   X 1-3 days X         X
13C IV Repeated incidents of failure to follow directions, rules or regulations and/or caused a major disruption.   X 4-6 days X         X
13D III Used mirrors, lasers, flash cameras and/or other lights and/or reflective devices during the operation of a school bus.   X 1-3 days X         X
13E III Posturing to fight.   X 1-3 days X       X X
13F IV First fight and/or the fight was stopped quickly and/or resulted in little to no injuries.   X 4-6 days X       X X
13F V Second fight and/or the fight that was prolong and/or caused significant injures and/or caused a significant disruption.     4-10 days X X     X X
13G III Diverting or distracting the driver's attention;   X 1-3 days X         X
13H III Throwing objects on the bus or out the bus window.   X 1-3 days X         X
13I I First incident of excessive noise. X                
13I II Second incident of excessive noise and/or caused a disruption. X     X          
13I III Repeated incidents of excessive noise and/or caused a major disruption.   X 1-3 days X         X
13J I First incident of using electronic devices during the operation of a school bus without headphones but did not cause a disruption. X                
13J II Second incident of using electronic devices during the operation of a school bus without headphones and/or caused a disruption. X     X          
13J III Repeated incidents of using electronic devices during the operation of a school bus without headphones and/or caused a major disruption.   X 1-3 days X         X
13Z I First incident of a specified rule violation. X                
13Z II Second incident of a specified rule violation and/or an incident that caused a moderate disruption. X     X          
13Z III Repeated incidents of a specified rule violation and/or incident that caused a significant disruption.   X 1-3 days X         X