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Bullying Plan

August 16, 2016

Bullying Plan for U.S.D. 322



      Bullying will not be tolerated.  Bullying behavior may include teasing, exclusion, hitting, inappropriate contact, verbal threats or harassment.  If there is a student incident involving bullying behavior, the parent will be contacted and there will be appropriate consequences. Please contact school personnel if there are concerns or knowledge of unkind behaviors.  A sample of the forms used is found in Appendix B.   The Kansas Toll-free, 24 hour, School Safety Hotline Number is: 1-877-626-8203

USD 322 students, staff and parents are expected to behave at all times in a manner that displays respect and consideration for themselves, other students, school property and all staff members.  After hours cyberbullying can and will be addressed with school discipline if it affects the school climate.  Students, staff, or parents who choose by their actions to behave in an unacceptable manner will be assigned immediate, fair, and consistent disciplinary consequences appropriate for the poor choice that he/she has made.  Each poor choice by a student, staff, or parent will be considered and evaluated on a case by case basis.  

(Also, please see in this document information on these and other behaviors:  Bullying, Behavior at Activities, Cheating, Dress Code/Grooming, Playground Rules, Public Display of Affection, Substance Abuse, Tobacco, Weapons, and others. 

Note:  Suspension may follow any offense, depending on the particular circumstances involved.  Parents will be notified by phone or mail and informed regarding the questionable behavior of the student. Suspension or expulsion is a part of the disciplinary action, the guidelines as set forth K.S.A. 72-8901, and the above rules and regulations will be followed. The administration reserves the right to review each situation and may deviate from normal disciplinary progression as deemed necessary.  Discipline consequences will build concurrently for all infractions and discipline will be assigned on the total infractions, not just for each specific violation in the misbehavior column.

Students will be assigned make-up time to begin immediately following the infraction and/or the students return to school.  Jobs, practice or after school appointments will not excuse students from their appointed make-up time.


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