Student Rights and Responsibilities
If a student is accused of misconduct, he/she is entitled to hear or receive a written notice of the allegations against him/her. The student is also entitled to present his/her side of the matter. Students, who are assigned disciplinary action, have the right to appeal the decision. To do so, the student or parents must:
- Submit a request for an informal conference with the principal, within three days, to discuss the grievance.
- If the grievance remains unresolved, the student or parent may request a hearing from the superintendent.
- If the grievance is still unresolved, the student or parents may take the case to the school board.