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     Edge Academy Discipline Plan

 

The color chart is as follows:

Color Qualifications to achieve this color Consequence
Gold 3rd   Level of Leadership Displaying   one or more of the 7 Habits
Silver 2nd   Level of Leadership Displaying   one or more of the7 habits
Bronze 1st   Level of Leadership Displaying   one or more of the 7 Habits
Green All   students start here at the beginning of each day Positive   reinforcement in the classroom
Yellow Student   has violated a school/class rule/procedure/policy after a specific warning   was given Verbal   reminder of the expected behavior; fill out leader in training form
Blue Student   has violated 2 different school/class ruled/procedures/policies or committed   a blue offense Lunch Detention; loss of recess; fill out leader in training   form
Red Student has violated a school/class rule/procedure/policy   from the automatic red violations list

Teacher involved makes phone call home

(The call should be made by the staff member   who is giving the red violation). If the red violation is the third red   violation within a 30 day period the principal or assistant principal will   handle the phone call home and the ensuing disciplinary action.

Purple Student   has violated a school/class rule/procedure/policy from the automatic purple   violation list or has received 3 red violations in a 30 day period. In   school or out of school suspension/parent meeting

 

Behaviors that are warnings

The following list of rules has been deemed as verbal warnings:

  • Not sitting in seat correctly
  • Being off task
  • Not following directions
  • Not raising hand
  • Making noises
  • Yelling
  • Talking

 

       Automatic Yellow Violations

The following list of rules has been deemed as a color change to yellow:

  • Unsigned papers
  • Not prepared for class
  • Horse playing
  • Writing, passing notes
  • Tardy for class
  • Gum chewing
  • Eating in the class or hallway

 

Automatic Blue Violations

The following list of rules has been deemed a color change to blue:

  • Throwing food
  • Possessing electronic devices
  • Rude comments
  • Lying
  • Rough-housing
  • Instigating physical aggression

 

Automatic Red Violations

The following list of rules has been deemed severe enough that a student will be automatically turned to red and a phone call home:

  • Arguing or rude comments to a staff member
  • Cheating
  • Swearing/profanity
  • Harassment
  • Leaving an assigned area without permission
  • Blatant disrespect to staff members

 

Automatic Purple Violations

The following list of rules has been deemed severe enough that a student will be automatically given either in-school or out-of-school suspension (with administrative discretion).

  • Accumulation of 3 red violations within a 30 day period
  • Fighting/Physical Aggression
  • Profanity/swearing at a teacher
  • Threats issued toward another student or a staff member
  • Hate words
  • Sexual comments
  • Sexual/inappropriate touching
  • Improper use of school property
  • Improper use of computer or other media
  • Stealing
  • Bullying
  • Having a weapon in school—Possible expulsion
  • Drugs: Use of/possession of over-the-counter medicine-Possible expulsion

 

Special Education

Any student given an Out of School Suspension who has an IEP will be first reviewed by the administrative staff to determine whether or not their disability had any cause to their behavior or if a behavioral plan was followed accordingly.

 

Earning a Color Back

K-2 students will be given at least one chance during the day to earn a color back (move back toward green). This will be awarded at the teacher’s discretion following the specific policy that each teacher chooses, but will be based on the student’s behavior after they have received a color change. 3-5 students cannot earn a color back.