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The School Board of St. Lucie County Code of Student Conduct

The School Board of St. Lucie County Code of Student Conduct

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8. These policies recognize that pursuant to § 893.13(1)(c), F.S. (The Drug Free School Zone), it shall beunlawful for any person to sell, manufacture, or deliver, or possess with intent to sell, manufacture, ordeliver a controlled substance in, on, or within one thousand (1,000) feet of the real propertycomprising a child care facility as defined in § 402.302, F.S., or public or private elementary, middle, orsecondary school, between the hours of 6 a.m. and 12 a.m.9. In addition, pursuant to Florida Statute 1006.07, notice is provided that:a. “…[Possession of a firearm, a knife, or a weapon, by any student while the student is on schoolproperty or in attendance at a school function is grounds for disciplinary action and may also result incriminal prosecution."b. “[A]ny student who is determined to have brought a firearm…to school, to any school function, oron to any school-sponsored transportation will be expelled, with or without continuing educationalservices, from the student's regular school for a period of not less than one (1) full year and referredfor criminal prosecution.”c. “…[I]llegal use, possession, or sale of controlled substances, as defined in Chapter 893, any studentwhile such student is upon school property or in attendance at a school function is grounds fordisciplinary action by the school and may also result in criminal penalties being imposed.”d. “… [V]iolence against any school district personnel by a student is grounds for out-of-schoolsuspension, expulsion, or imposition of other disciplinary action by the school and may also result incriminal penalties being imposed.”e. “…[V]iolation of district school board transportation policies, including disruptive behavior on aschool bus or at a school bus stop, by a student, is grounds for suspension of the student’sprivilege of riding on a school bus and may be grounds for disciplinary action by the school, and mayalso result in criminal penalties being imposed.”f. “…[V]iolation of the district school board's sexual harassment policy by a student is grounds for inschoolsuspension, out- of-school suspension, expulsion, or imposition of other disciplinary action bythe school, and may also result in criminal penalties being imposed.”g. “… [A]ny student who is determined to have made a threat or false report, as defined by §§790.162 and 790.163, [F.S.], respectively, involving school or school personnel’s property, schooltransportation, or a school-sponsored activity will be expelled, with or without continuingeducational services, from the student’s regular school for a period of not less than 1 full year andreferred for criminal prosecution.”TEACHER AUTHORITYIn accordance with Section 1003.32, Florida Statutes, and within the framework of this Code, teachers and otherinstructional personnel shall have the authority to undertake actions in managing student behavior and ensuringthe safety of all students in their classes and school and their opportunity to learn in an orderly and disciplinedclassroom. Section 1003.32, Florida Statutes, authorizes a teacher to request removal of any student from classwhose behavior interferes with the teacher’s ability to communicate effectively with the students in the class or3

with the ability of the student’s classmates to learn. Procedures for removal of a student from a classroom at ateacher’s request are set forth in Board Policy 5.33.POSITIVE BEHAVIORAL INTERVENTIONS & SUPPORTS (PBIS)Positive Behavioral Interventions & Supports (PBIS) includes proactive strategies for defining, supporting, andteaching appropriate behaviors to create positive learning environments. Attention is focused on sustaining athree-tiered or level system of support to enhance student learning. Students often need encouragement andnew skills to improve their behavior and assistance in learning to do so. School staff recognize that maintainingand changing student behaviors involves a continuum of acknowledgements, supports, and interventions.Tiers of InterventionTier 1—All Students(Center for Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports, University of Oregon)• Includes the general curriculum enhanced by acknowledgments of positive behaviors, and clearly statedexpectations that are applied to all studentsTier 2—Targeted Interventions• Focuses on targeted groups of students who do not respond to universal efforts and requires moresupport and specific intervention.Tier 3—Intensive Individualized Interventions• Focuses on the needs of individual students who exhibit a pattern of problem behaviors. Interventioninvolves identifying the function of the misbehavior by conducting a Functional Behavioral Assessmentto develop a Behavioral Intervention Plan that reinforces functionally equivalent replacement behaviors.4

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