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In the end, Rollins was given three days of in-school suspension, a fine, community service, four months of probation and had to attend a first-time offender class.
Further chapters cover recording incidents, conferencing at the school level, in-school suspension, suicide prevention and intervention, threat assessment, breaking up fights, school safety, evaluating the effectiveness of interventions and practices, and professional development assessment.
According to a GAO report on special needs students, removed students' short-term placements (fewer than ten days) were primarily either in in-school suspension rooms or at home, but those students removed for more than ten days were primarily placed in alternative schools or homebound placements.
It says others admonished his alleged attackers, or punished both him and them with in-school suspensions.
For students who are sent to in-school suspension and are required to continue working on art assignments, the packet of answer sheets and several articles to read is a great solution
Demographics and information pertaining to the number of times they violated the school dress code or were in in-school suspension or out-of-school suspension were also gathered.
Michael Ulibarri will be a teacher for FOCUS -- the district's In-School Suspension alternative -- for the Special Education Department, and Melissa Ulibarri will teach Spanish and English as a Second Language at Pecos High School.
He was taken to in-school suspension and then sent home.