Fourth Quarter and End of 2008-2009 School Year Suspensions/Weapons/Expulsions Report

Fourth Quarter and End of 2008-2009 School Year Suspensions/Weapons/Expulsions Report

ANCHORAGE SCHOOL DISTRICT

ANCHORAGE, ALASKA

ASD MEMORANDUM #16 (2009-2010)

TO:

FROM: OFFICE OF THE SUPERINTENDENT

August 24, 2009

SUBJECT: FOURTH QUARTER AND END OF 2008-2009 SCHOOL YEAR

SUSPENSION/WEAPONS/EXPULSION REPORT

ASD Goal: Establish and maintain a supportive and effective learning environment by

providing safe, caring, barrier-free schools.

PERTINENT FACTS:

Information regarding suspensions and expulsions for various offenses, including weapons, is collected from the charter schools and elementary, middle, and high schools, as well as charter schools, each quarter. This information, in addition to yearend summaries by school and category for each Instructional Division level for the

2008-2009 school year, is shown in the narrative information below and in

Attachments A-L.

In accordance with the school board’s adopted goal, all efforts were focused to provide safe and healthy schools. This goal has been supported by the employees at each school, as well as by the students and their parents and the business and general community. Again this year, the Anchorage Police Department was extremely supportive in its assistance to the schools. The attached discipline/suspension reports from the elementary, middle, and high schools, show the statistics for the fourth quarter and the recently completed school year and the schools’ efforts to address this important goal.

The school board has requested information on the percentage of students not suspended or expelled during a quarter. That information is shown below:

Division Total

Students Suspensions or

Expulsions

Percentage

First Quarter

Special Ed 467 449 96.15%

Second Quarter

Special Ed

Third Quarter

477 462 96.86%

Special Ed

Fourth Quarter

Special Ed

Entire Year*

459

442

446

422

97.17%

95.48%

Special Ed 442 369 83.48%

*Students active at the end of the school year

Fourth Quarter Expulsions

Thirty-nine students were expelled from the Anchorage School District during the fourth quarter of the 2008-2009 school year compared to 37 expulsions during fourth quarter last year. Twenty-five high school students were expelled for the following violations: drugs (14), alcohol (2), assault (3), fighting physical violence (1), criminal acts

(2), and one each for prohibited organizations, weapons/firearms, and threats/instigating. Fourteen middle school students were expelled for the following reasons: assault (3), drugs/alcohol (8), fighting/physical violence (2), and weapons/firearms (1). No elementary students were expelled during fourth quarter

2008-2009.

Expulsions During 2008-2009

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A total of 81 elementary, middle school and high school students were expelled by the

School Board for various reasons during the 2008-2009 school year. This compares to 91 students in 2007-2008, and 127 students in 2006-2007. No elementary students were expelled during the 2008-2009 school year compare to two elementary students during the 2007-2008 school year.

Causality

There were three findings of causality during the 2008-2009 school year. This compares to past years when there were two students in 2007-2008 and in 2006-2007.

The decrease in Finding of Causality for the last three school years is reflective of the implementation of changes in the discipline policies of the reauthorization of IDEA.

The new criteria more clearly defines that manifestation determinations find causality only when "the conduct was caused by a direct and substantial relationship to the child's disability or the conduct was a direct result of the school district's failure to implement the child's IEP.” In addition to the more distinct policy, the decrease indicates that the Special Education Department is doing an excellent job of ensuring the student’s IEP is accurately documented and appropriately implemented.

Discipline Reports

The elementary, middle school, and high school discipline summaries follow; these are shown for fourth quarter and for the entire school year. Fourth quarter information by school and category for elementary schools is shown on Attachments A and B; elementary cumulative information is shown on Attachments C and D; middle school fourth quarter information by school and category is shown on Attachments E and F; middle school cumulative information is shown on Attachments G and H; high school fourth quarter information by school and category is shown on Attachments I and J; and high school cumulative information is shown on Attachments K and L.

Elementary Schools

As compared to the 2007-2008 school year, elementary suspensions increased slightly in the fourth quarter of 2008-2009. There were 380 recorded suspensions in 2007-2008 compared to 384 recorded suspensions 2008-2009. There were three weapons violations

(three small knives), which resulted in suspension during the fourth quarter of 2008-

2009; and 16 reported weapons incidents during the fourth quarter of 2007-2008. There were no expulsions for the fourth quarter of the 2008-2009 school year.

There was one drug (prescription) suspension, and no alcohol or street drug suspensions for the fourth quarter. There were 131 suspensions for fighting this quarter compared to 92 last year. The largest areas of decrease were seen in dangerous actions/materials, which decreased by 22 suspensions, and assault, which saw 30 fewer suspensions.

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In comparing fourth quarter of 2007-2008 to fourth quarter of 2008-2009, three elementary schools had zero suspensions, while 19 schools had three suspensions or less.

For fourth quarter of 2008-2009, nine schools increased suspensions by one to two when compared to the same time period last year. Eleven schools increased suspensions by three or more. Twenty-eight schools had a decrease in the number of suspensions from the fourth quarter of last year, while at 12 schools the number of suspensions remained the same.

Elementary Fourth Quarter Suspension Report

Quarterly Suspensions by Category Comparison

Reason

Smoking/Tobacco

Profanity/Obscenity

Total Students

2006-2007

0

9

0

15

18

0

0

0

0

0

Attendance-Truancy

Attendance-Excessive

Tardies

0

0

108 Fighting/Physical

Violence

Willful Disobedience

Failure to Identify Self

False

19

0

2

92

22

0

2

131

53

0

0

Info./Witness/Lying

Sexual Harassment

Discrimination/Harass

8

21

2

11

6

10 ment/Bullying

Assault 11 34 4

Accessory to an Act 4 0 1

0 0

2 0

0

0

Alcohol

Arson/Fire

Attempt

Bus Misconduct

Criminal Acts

Disruptive Items

Excessive Display of

Affection

2

0

0

0

0

0

2

0

0

0

0

0

0

6

0

Drugs –Street

Extortion or Blackmail

Fireworks/Explosives

Inappropriate Sexual

Behavior

3

0

2

8

1

0

0

6

0

0

0

5

4

Misuse of Internet

Prohibited

Organizations/Groups

Reckless & Unsafe

Behavior

Threats/Instigating

Trespass

Weapons-Other than

Firearms

Weapons/Firearms

In Hall without a Pass

Drugs – Prescription

False Impersonation

4

0

30

7

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

60

12

0

0

0

2

0

0

1

48

11

0 1 1

9 16 3

0

0

1

0

1 Cell Phone/ECD

Misuse

Littering

Dangerous

Materials/Objects*

0

46

0

25

0

3

Cooperate with School

Personnel

Before/After School

0

0

Restriction

9

0

0

0

0

7 8

Theft*** 11 6 16

Robbery***

Pranks

0 0 0

0 0 0

Forgery

False Alarm

Disruptive Behavior

Destruction of

Property**

Dangerous Actions*

0

0

39

0

0

0

27

0

0

0

25

1

0

Cyberbullying

Cheating

0

0 0

4

0

Bomb Threat

General Disruptive

Behavior

Failure to Serve/Refused

Options

Suspension Until Parent

Conference

Dress/Inappropriate

Attire

Weapons Reporting

0

0

25

0

0

0

1

1

34

0

0

0

1

27

0

0

0

0

0

0

5

Policy

Total 380 380 384

* Suspension category Dangerous Actions or Materials was changed to Dangerous

Materials/Objects and Dangerous Actions for 2008-2009. Totals for previous years are reflected as Dangerous Materials/Objects.

**Suspension category Vandalism/Destruction of Property was changed to

Vandalism and Destruction of Property for 2008-2009. Totals for previous years are reflected as Vandalism.

*** Suspension category Theft/Robbery was changed to Theft and Robbery for 2008-

2009. Totals for previous years are reflected as Theft.

Categories no longer applicable

Elementary Fourth Quarter Suspension Report

Quarterly Elementary Expulsions Comparison

Fourth Quarter 2006-2007 2007-2008 2008-2009

0 2 0

Elementary Fourth Quarter Suspension Report

Findings of Causality Comparison

Fourth Quarter 2006-2007 2007-2008 2008-2009

0 0 0

Fourth Quarter

Elementary 2008-2009

Yearly Suspensions by Category Comparison

Reason

Elementary Fourth Quarter Suspension Report

Repeaters Comparison

2006-2007 2007-2008 2008-2009

33 50 53

Smoking/Tobacco

Profanity/Obscenity

Attendance-Truancy

Total Students

2006-2007

1

40

0

0

54

0

3

56

0

Attendance-Excessive

Tardies

0 0 0

332 351

6

Violence

Willful Disobedience

Failure to Identify Self

False

Info./Witness/Lying

72

0

4

84

0

6

127

0

4

Sexual Harassment

Discrimination/Haras sment/Bullying

Assault 61 86 50

Accessory to an Act

Alcohol

6

6

0

1

1

Arson/Fire

Attempt

Bus Misconduct

Criminal Acts

Disruptive Items

27

68

6

2

4 3

0

2

0

9

49

0

2

0

11

26

2

0

1

0

7

0 Excessive Display of

Affection

Drugs –Street

Extortion or Blackmail

Fireworks/Explosives

Inappropriate Sexual

Behavior

Misuse of Internet

Prohibited

Organizations/Group s

6

0

3

36

5

0

2

0

0

13

1

0

0

0

0

16

1

1

191 Reckless & Unsafe

Behavior

Threats/Instigating

Trespass

Weapons-Other than

Firearms

133

31

193

32

0 1

25 39

Weapons/Firearms

In Hall without a Pass

Drugs – Prescription

False Impersonation

Cell Phone/ECD

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

32

1

8

0

1

1

0

1

Misuse

Littering

Dangerous

Materials/Objects*

Cooperate with School

Personnel

0

116

0

0

90

0

0

31

2

7

Before/After School

Restriction

0 0 0

16 12

Theft*** 32 19 41

Robbery*** 0 0 0

Pranks

Forgery

False Alarm

Disruptive Behavior

Destruction of

Property**

0 0

0

0

92

0

0

83

0

0

1

97

5

Dangerous Actions* 0

Cyberbullying

Cheating

0

0

0

0

Bomb Threat

General Disruptive

Behavior

Failure to Serve/Refused

Options

Suspension Until

Parent Conference

Dress/Inappropriate

Attire

Weapons Reporting

Policy

Total

0

124

0

0

0

1

1,299

2

109

0

0

0

2

1,232

Elementary 2008-2009

Yearly Expulsions by Category

59

4

0

0

0

0

0

0

1,147

Offense 2006-2007 2007-2008 2008-2009

Drugs/Alcohol 0 0

Firearms 0

Weapons 1

0

0

2

Total 1 0

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Middle School

The number of students suspended during the fourth quarter of the 2008-2009 school year for grade six, (Mirror Lake and Begich), seven and eight was 621. This is equal to the number of suspensions for the same quarter 2007-2008.

Middle School Fourth Quarter Suspension Report

Quarterly Suspensions by Category Comparison

Smoking/Tobacco

2006-2007

4

Profanity/Obscenity 51

Attendance-Truancy 9 4 4

Attendance-Excessive Tardies

Fighting/Physical Violence

Willful Disobedience

Failure to Identify Self

15

86

55

0

0

119

57

2

2

132

47

0

False Info./Witness/Lying

Sexual Harassment

3

15

2

14

2

39

Discrimination/Harassment/Bullying 37 33 25

Assault 19

Accessory to an Act 7 9 6

Alcohol 7

Arson/Fire

Attempt

Bus Misconduct

Criminal Acts

Disruptive Items

Excessive Display of Affection

Drugs –Street

6

2

0

0

13

5

2

0

0

3

1

0

5

0

12

Extortion or Blackmail 0 1 0

Fireworks/Explosives 0 0

Inappropriate Sexual Behavior

Misuse of Internet

Prohibited Organizations/Groups

Reckless & Unsafe Behavior

23

4

0

49

20

3

3

50

20

2

0

59

Threats/Instigating 29 19

Trespass

2 5 3 Weapons-Other than Firearms

Weapons/Firearms

In Hall without a Pass

Drugs – Prescription

0

0

0

4

0

6

9

False Impersonation 0 0 0

Cell Phone/ECD Misuse 0 0 2

Littering 0

Dangerous Materials/Objects**

Cooperate with School Personnel

Before/After School Restriction

52

0

0

56

0

0

3

24

0

Theft**** 13

Robbery****

Pranks

False Alarm

Disruptive Behavior

Destruction of Property***

Dangerous Actions**

6

17

0

0

1

59

0

0

1

51

0

62

Cheating 1

Bomb Threat

General Disruptive Behavior*

Failure to Serve/Refused Options*

Suspension Until Parent Conference*

Dress/Inappropriate Attire*

Gambling*

0

43

9

3

2

0

0

30

3

1

0

0

0

Total

* Categories no longer applicable.

600 621 621

** Suspension category Dangerous Actions or Materials was changed to Dangerous

Materials/Objects and Dangerous Actions for 2008-2009. Totals for previous years are reflected as Dangerous Materials/Objects.

*** Suspension category Vandalism/Destruction of Property was changed to Vandalism and Destruction of Property for 2008-2009. Totals for previous years are reflected as

Vandalism.

**** Suspension category Theft/Robbery was changed to Theft and Robbery for 2008-

2009. Totals for previous years are reflected as Theft.

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Middle School Fourth Quarter Expulsion Report

Quarterly Expulsions by Category Comparison

Assault

Drugs/Alcohol

Vandalism

0 1 3

1 0 0

7 0 8

0 1 0

False Alarm/Bomb Threat 2 0 0

Weapons/Firearms 0 0 1

Fighting/Physical

Violence

0 0 2

Totals 10 2 14

Middle School Fourth Quarter Suspensions/Expulsion Report

Quarterly Expulsions by School

School Offense

Gruening

Hanshew

(1)

(1)

Hanshew Violence

(3)

Mears Assault

Lake

Romig

Wendler

Wendler (1)

Middle School Fourth Quarter Suspension Report

Findings of Causality Comparison

There were no findings of causality in the fourth quarter of 2008-2009, or in the past three years, same quarter.

Middle School Fourth Quarter Suspension Report

Repeaters’ Comparison

Quarter

Fourth Quarter

2006-2007

107

2007-2008 2008-2009

96 116

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Middle School

Suspension Report 2008-2009

Yearly Comparison

Students

2006-2007

Smoking/Tobacco 12 12

Profanity/Obscenity 130

Attendance-Truancy

Attendance-Excessive Tardies

28 12

34 1

8

2

Fighting/Physical Violence

Willful Disobedience

Failure to Identify Self

False Info./Witness/Lying

402

224

1

10

334

128

5

6

363

116

3

7

Sexual Harassment 38

Discrimination/Harassment/Bullying 117

38

110

70

72

Assault 43

Accessory to an Act 25 16 29

Alcohol 10

Arson/Fire

Attempt

Bus Misconduct

Criminal Acts

Disruptive Items

Excessive Display of Affection

Drugs –Street

17

9

2

0

49

17

3

2

0

22

3

1

7

0

29

Extortion or Blackmail 0 1 0

Fireworks/Explosives 0 1

Inappropriate Sexual Behavior

Misuse of Internet

Prohibited Organizations/Groups

Reckless & Unsafe Behavior

43

11

3

143

44

10

11

151

53

4

7

166

Trespass

Weapons-Other than Firearms 11 15 20

Weapons/Firearms

In Hall without a Pass

Drugs – Prescription

False Impersonation

Cell Phone/ECD Misuse

0

0

2

0

0

6

0

0

1

12

0

2

Littering 0

Dangerous Materials/Objects** 184 214 19

12

Cooperate with School Personnel

Before/After School Restriction

0

0

0

0

39

0

Theft**** 31

Robbery****

Pranks 3

False Alarm

Disruptive Behavior

Destruction of Property***

Dangerous Actions**

7

98

0

0

1

106

0

0

1

135

3

178

Cheating 2

Bomb Threat

General Disruptive Behavior*

0

120

0

90

0

Failure to Serve/Refused Options*

Suspension Until Parent Conference*

20

19

9

9

Dress/Inappropriate Attire*

Gambling*

Total

7

2

2,064

0

0

1,717 1,655

Middle School Education experienced a reduction of the suspension rate for the fifth straight year. This year’s reduction is reflective of the multiple efforts put forth by staff though early intervention strategies. These include but are not limited to:

• Aggressors, Victims, bystanders (AVB)

• The use of Prevention and Intervention Coordinators (PIC) and School Resource

Officers (SRO)

• Teacher and staff teaming with parents when misbehavior occurs

• Behavior Intervention Plans used with regular education and special education students

Offense 2006-2007

Fighting

Middle School 2008-2009

Yearly Expulsions Report

0

2007-2008

0

2008-2009

2

Assault

Firearms

Criminal Acts

Total

7 3 3

0 1 1

Weapons 0 0 1

Weapons 2 0 0

Drugs /Alcohol 8 3 12

7

24

1

8

0

19

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Polaris K-12

Polaris K-12 (secondary) had two suspensions during the fourth quarter of 2008-2009 compared to six for the same quarter in 2007-2008, and nine in 2006-2007.

There were no expulsions for Polaris K-12 School for fourth quarter or for the 2008-2009 school year.

Polaris 2008-2009

Suspension Report

Yearly Comparison

Attendance – Truancy

Willful Disobedience

Misuse of Internet

0

0

4

0

0

0

3

1

2

Reckless and Unsafe Behavior 17 2 9

Profanity 3

Fighting/Physical Violence 2 3

Harassment/Bullying 2

0

0

Assault 1

Accessory to an Act 1 2 0

Inappropriate Sexual Behavior 2 1 0

Threats/Instigating 3

Disruptive Behavior

Vandalism/Pranks 4

Dangerous Actions

1

1

1

0

0

0

0

Sexual Harassment

Excessive Display of Affection

Total

1 0 0

2 0 0

44 14 15

High Schools

There were 32 fewer suspensions for fighting during fourth quarter 2008-2009 (44) than fourth quarter last year (76). Decreases were also seen in drugs (38 to 30), alcohol (29 to

7), and dangerous materials/objects (27 to 3). Increases were seen in the following categories: discrimination/harassment/bullying (10 to 16), sexual harassment (0 to 5), obscenity/profanity (54 to 80), and disruptive behavior (36 to 58).

The number of high school suspensions for the fourth quarter of the 2008-2009 school year is 589 a decrease of 139 suspensions compared to the fourth quarter of last year when there were 728 suspensions.

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High School Fourth Quarter Suspension Report

Suspensions by Category Comparison

2006-2007 2007-2008 Offense

Fighting/Physical Violence 41 76

Threats/Instigating 20

2008-2009

44

27

Discrim/Harassment/Bullying 14 10

Sexual Harassment 6

9

0

16

5

Weapons-Firearms 3

Weapons-not firearms

Weapons Reporting Policy

3

0

4

0

1

0

1

Drugs 38

Alcohol 23 7

Smoking 17

Willful Disobedience 70 78 85

Attendance-Truancy 53

Attendance-Excess Tardies 59

54

36

5 20

Theft 15

*Vandalism/Destruction of Prop. 5 7 0

False Alarm

Dangerous Materials/Objects

Disruptive Behavior

*Failure to Serve/Refused Option 30

Failure to Identify Self 1

118

6

*Susp. Until Parent Conference 2 6

False Info/Witness/Lying

Accessory to an Act

2

25

31

10

3

0

27

36

9

14

0

3

58

0

1

0

19

2

*Attempt 0

Bus Misconduct 0

5

1

0 3

Criminal Acts

Disruptive Items

Excessive Display of Affection

0

0

1

8

1

0

1

0

0

***Forgery/Cheating 9

Forgery

Cheating

2

4

*Gambling 2

Inappropriate Sexual Behavior

Misuse of Internet/E-Mail

5

2

7

10

9

3

15

Prohibited Organizations/Groups

Trespass 5

Reckless and Unsafe Behavior

0

1

5 4

0

3 6

***Vandalism/Pranks 9

Vandalism

0

10

Pranks

***Disruptive Behavior/Disobedience 35

In Hall Without A Pass 1

41

1

9

0

1

Other 2

**False Impersonation

**Cell Phone/E.C.D. Misuse

1

9

**Cooperate with School Personnel

**Dangerous Actions

**Cyberbullying

*Bold categories have been discontinued beginning school year 2008-09.

**Added categories beginning school year 2008-09.

***Changed categories beginning school year 2008-09.

17

26

2

Disruptive Behavior/Disobedience has been changed to Disruptive Behavior.

Vandalism/Pranks and Forgery/Cheating are now there own categories.

Offense

High School Fourth Quarter Expulsion Report

Expulsions by Category Comparison

Drugs 13

Alcohol

2006-2007 2007-2008 2008-2009

14

0 0 2

Assault

Arson/Fire

4 5 3

1 0 0

Acts

General Disruptive Behavior

0 2 2

0 1 0

Harassment/Bullying 1 2 0

Misuse of Interned

Reckless and Unsafe Behavior

0

0

1

1

0

0

Organizations

Theft/Robbery

Weapons Other Than Firearms

1 0 0

0 4 0

Weapons/Firearms 3 0 1

Threats/Instigating 0 3 1

Threats/Instigating

Vandalism

Disobedience 0 1 0

Totals

1 0 0

24 33 25

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High School Fourth Quarter Suspension/Expulsion Report

Quarterly Expulsions by High School

School Offense

Bartlett Drugs/Alcohol

Assault

Threats/Instigating

Benson Criminal Acts (1)

(1)

Dimond Assault

Criminal Acts (1)

Organizations

(1)

East Drugs/Alcohol

Assault

Fighting/Physical Violence (1)

(1)

(1)

Service Drugs/Alcohol

(2)

(1)

West Drugs/Alcohol

High School Fourth Quarter Suspension Report

Findings of Causality Comparison

2006-2007 2007-2008 2008-2009

(Handgun) 1 0 0

(Emotionally Disturbed)

There were no findings of causality during the fourth quarter of the 2008-2009 school year.

High School Fourth Quarter Suspension Report

Repeaters Comparison

2006-2007 2007-2008 2008-2009

74 100 73

Repeat offenses would not necessarily be in the same category. A student who has been suspended on a first drug/alcohol violation, for instance, may later be suspended for a different infraction and be listed as a repeater.

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High School Suspension/Expulsion Report

Yearly Suspension Comparison

Offense 2006-2007 2007-2008 2008-2009

Violence

Threats/Instigating

251 271 209

108 99

Assault

Discrim/Harassment

Sexual Harassment

63 50 58

60 59 59

19 6 20

Weapons/Firearms

Weapons Other Than Firearms

Drugs-Street

Drugs-Prescription

Alcohol

Tobacco/Smoking

12 0 1

31 17 8

254 185 247

0 11 20

86 69 51

302 245 391

206 200 287 Profanity/Obscenity

Attendance - Truancy

Attendance - Excess Tardies

Theft

***Vandalism/Destruction of Property

Destruction of Property

19

0

27

0

0

2

3 4 2

***Dangerous Actions/Materials

Dangerous Materials/Objects

Behavior

*Failure to Serve/Refused Options

Failure to Identify Self

211

138

120

105

129

75

102 85 63

94

0

108

0

0

18

145 130 195

312

14

338

14

0

14

*Suspension until Parent Conference

False

Accessory to an Act

19

35

21

73 47 83

40

0

20

Arson/Fire

*Attempt

Misconduct

Acts

Disruptive

Excessive Display of Affection

Extortion or Blackmail

4 0 6

20 16 12

***Forgery/False Impers/Cheating

2 5 6

0 1 0

0

1

28

1

0

28

2

1

0

Forgery

False Impersonation

Cheating

4

10

Attire

Inappropriate Sexual Behavior

2 0 0

21 14 26

19

Misuse of Internet

Prohibited

10 19 10

16 19 40

Trespass 3

25 0

Vandalism

Pranks

Weapons Reporting Policy 0 1

18

13

0

*Disruptive Behavior/Disobedience

In Hall Without a Pass

Fireworks/Explosives

*Gambling

Other

**Cell Phone/E.C.D./Misuse

110

1

136

1

0

5

3 1 2

2 2 0

1 1 0

0 0 29

**Cooperate with School Personnel

**Cyberbullying

**Dangerous Actions

Total

0 0 103

5

106

2,877 2,578 2,549

For the 2008-2009 school year, the number of suspensions decreased by 29 as compared to last year. The number of incidents in fighting was 209, a decrease of 62 from the 2007-2008 school year. The number of suspensions for threats was 105, an increase of 6 from the 2007-2008 school year. High School Division has seen an increase in the number of drug/alcohol related incidents. This year the total number of drug and alcohol suspensions increased by 52, from 266 in 2007-2008 to 318 for the

2008-2009 school year.

High School Suspension/Expulsion Report

Yearly Expulsion by Category Comparison

Offense 2006-2007 2007-2008 2008-2009

Fighting/Physical

Assault

Violence 6

14

1

9

3

6

Assault/Staff

Harassment/Bullying

Firearms

0

1

7

Weapon Other Than Firearms 6

Drugs/Alcohol 53

Alarm

Theft/Robbery

Threats/Instigating

Threats to Staff

2

1

2

0

3

1

0

6

34

8

1

2

2

0

0

1

0

41

5

0

0

1

0

20

Vandalism 3

Arson 1

Dangerous Actions 1

0

2 0

Prohibited Organizations

Willful Disobedience

0

0

1

2

1

0

General Disruptive Behavior

Misuse of Internet

Reckless/Unsafe Behavior

0

0

2

1

0

0

0 1 0

Total 102 80 59

The number of expulsions for second time drug/alcohol for the 2008-2009 school year was 41; seven more expulsions than in the 2007-2008 school year.

Charter Schools

There were no suspensions or expulsions during the fourth quarter of the 2008-2009 school year at Frontier or Winterberry charter schools.

Alaska Native Charter School suspended four students for destruction of property, three students for fighting, two students for willful disobedience, one student for dangerous actions, one student for disruptive behavior, and one student for continuous use of profanity. There were no students expelled during fourth quarter 2008-2009

Aquarian suspended one student for unsafe behavior. There were no expulsions during fourth quarter 2008-2009.

Eagle Academy had two suspensions; one for reckless/unsafe behavior and one for disruptive behavior. There were no expulsions during fourth quarter 2008-2009.

Family Partnership suspended four students; inappropriate sexual behavior (at

Dimond), obscenity profanity (at FPCS), assault (at Wendler) and fighting/physical violence (at Goldenview bus stop). There were no expulsions.

Highland Tech Charter School had 16 suspensions (listed below).

Suspensions

Sexual Harassment

Harassment

1

2

Truancy

Drugs

Vandalism

5

1

2

Threats

Disruptive/Disobedience

Reckless Behavior

1

2

2

21

Totals 16

Rilke Schule German Charter School of Arts and Sciences suspended 15 students for the following offenses during fourth quarter; fighting/physical violence (6), disruptive behavior (3), reckless/unsafe behavior (2), discrimination, harassment/bullying (1), inappropriate sexual behavior (2), and not cooperating with school personnel (1). There were no expulsions.

During the 2008-2009 school year, the charter schools suspended a total of 46 students, as follows: Aquarian Charter School (2), Eagle Academy (5), Family Partnership (1),

Highland Tech (30), Rilke Schule (6), and Winterberry (2). None of these schools expelled any students.

CC/EG/LC/LV/MH/mh

Attachments

Prepared by:

Approved by:

Linda Carlson, Executive Director, Elementary Education

Leslie Vandergaw, Executive Director, Middle School Education

Mike Henry, Executive Director, High School Education

Ed Graff, Assistant Superintendent, Instruction

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SCH

100 ABBOTT lOOP

110 AIRPORT HEIGHTS

112 ALPENGLOW

115 BAXTER

116 BAYSHORE

118 BEAR VALLEY

120 BIRCHWOOD ABC

130 CAMPBEll

140 CHESTER VALLEY

150 CHINOOK

174 COLLEGE GATE

IBO CREEKSiDE PARK

190 DENALI

200 EAGLE RIVER

210 FAIRVIEW

215 FIRE LAKE

230 GOVERNMENT HILL

237 HUFFMAN

240 INLET VI EW

242 KASUUN

245 KLATT

246 KINCAID

248 LAKE HOOD

25D LAKE OT! S

260 MOUNTAIN VIEW

270 MULDOON

28D NORTH STAR

290 NORTHERN LIGHTS

300 NORTHWOOD

310 NUNAKA VALLEY

315 OCEAN VIEW

328 PTARMIGAN

330 RA8BIT CREEK

335 RAVENWOOD

340 ROGERS PARK

345 RUSSIAN JACK

360 SCENIC PARK

362 SPRING HILL

363 TRAI LSIDE

364 SUSITNA

365 TAKU

370 TUDOR

380 TURNAGAIN

384 TYSON WILLIAM

386 URSA MAJOR

388 URSA MI NOR

390 WILLIWAW

400 WI LLOW CREST

410 WONDER PARK

ELEMENTARY 4TH QUARTER BY SCHOOL -- (SUSPENSIONS)

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6

2

4

1

6

2

2

3

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9

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7

2

4

2

2

1

2

1

3

1

3

10

10

1

4

1

2

5

7

2

2

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2

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1

1

2

2

2

2

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1

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2

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1

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7

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6

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418 WOOD GLADYS

FINAL TOTALS:

384 RECORDS TOTALED

ELEMENTARY 4TH QUARTER BY SCHOOL -- (SUSPENSIONS)

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18

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13 10 13 82 50

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26

85

Y S

STU

BL HSP OTH TOT

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1 1 1

53 302 384

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01-Jun-09

REASON

OBSCENITY/PROFANITY

FIGHTING/PHYSICAL VIOLENCE

WIllFUL OISOBEDIENCE

SEXUAL HARASSMENT

DISCRIM/HARASSMENT/BUllYING

ASSAULT

ACCESSORY TO AN ACT

DISRUPTIVE ITEMS

INAPPROPRIATE SEXUAL BEHAVIOR

PROHIBITED ORGANIZATIONS/GROUP

RECKLESS AND UNSAFE BEHAVIOR

THREATS/INSTIGATING

TRESPASS

WEAPONS-OTHER THAN FIREARMS

DRUGSMPRESCRJPTION

CELL PHONE/E.C.D. MISUSE

DANGEROUS MATERIALS/OBJECTS

VANDALISM

THEFT

DISRUPTIVE BEHAVIOR

DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY

DANGEROUS ACTIONS

CYBERBUllYlNG

FINAL TOTALS:

299 RECORDS TOTAlEO

ELEMENTARY 4TH QUARTER BY CATEGORY

--

(SUSPENSIONS)

PAGE

2

1

1

18

G I

AN ASN

Al PI

7

6

2

4

WH

2

8

2

R

5

24

1

2

2

S

Bl HSP OTH TOT

6

3

1

1

13

L

2

5

1

2

10

1

5

1

2

5

32

13

5

3

2

B 0

AN ASN

Al

1

PI

17

8

1

2

11

WH

4

9 25

4

10

1

3

2

3

2

2

1

18

2

Y S

STU

Bl

HSP

OTH

TOT

TOT

2

21

4

1

5

12

15

99 131

3 11

2

1

1

13

40

6

1B

53

5

10

4

6

4

4

3

4

1

2

1

2

1

3

1

1

3

2

3

2

2 11 4 2 5 2

1 1 1

13 82

50

26 85 50

5

6

1

1

3

2

4

3

4

1

1

1

6

5

1

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1

6

48

9 11

5

1

1 1

3

1

1

3

1

1

2

6

3

4

15

22

3

8

16

25

3

16

1

27

1

3

4

38 53

302

384

01~Jun-09

SCH

100 ABBOTT LOOP

110 AIRPORT HEIGHTS

112 ALPENGLOW

115 BAXTER

116 BAYSHORE

118 BEAR VALLEY

120 BIRCHWOOO ABC

125 BOWMAN WILLARO L

130 CAMPBELL

140 CHESTER VALLEY

150 CHINOOK

160 CHUGACH OPTIONAL

174 COLLEGE GATE

180 CREEKSIDE PARK

190 DENALI

200 EAGLE RIVER

210 FAIRVIElJ

215 FIRE LAKE

230 GOVERNMENT HILL

235 HOMESTEAO

237 HUFFMAN

240 INLET VIEW

242 KASUUN

245 KLATT

246 KINCAID

248 LAKE HOOD

250 LAKE OT! S

257 MT SPURR

260 MOUNTAIN VIEW

270 MULDOON

280 NORTH STAR

290 NORTHERN LIGHTS

300 NORTHWOOD

310 NUN AKA VALLEY

315 OCEAN VIEW

324 ORION

328 PTARMIGAN

330 RABBIT CREEK

335 RAVENUOOD

340 ROGERS PARK

345 RUSSIAN JACK

350 SAND LAKE

360 SCENIC PARK

362 SPRING HILL

363 TRAILSIDE

364 SUSITNA

365 TAKU

370 TUDOR

380 TURNAGAIN

ELEMENTARY CUMULATIVE BY SCHOOL

-

-

(SUSPENSIONS)

G I

AN

ASN

AI PI

2

2

2

7

2

1

2

9

5

1

1

1

1

WH

1

2

R

Bl

1

L

S

HSP

OTH

TOT

2

4 8

6

1

1

2

3

2

3

4

2

4

2

2

4

1

2

5

1

3

2

4

2

2

1

2

16

2

3

1

2

2

3

19

14

5

1

2

1

16

1

5

3

1

2

4

3

1

2

2

1

1

1

3

5

14

18

3

2

1

2

2

4

4

6

9

1

1

5

1

4

2

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AN ASN

AI

1

19

PI

1

2

4

2

2

4

2

2

3

2

10

7

4

4

10

2

3

19

12

1

3

14

8

6

4

1

10

1

1

3

7

7

6

1

1

6

10

1

4

1

4

6

8

6

2

3

8

1

10

6

1

WH

1

3

6

5

13

1

11

4

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2

STU

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TOT TOT

2 2 6 8

6

10

1

6

2

44

6

52

6

1

2

1

10

1

12

11

3

3

3

2

3

18

8

1

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11

4

19

9

21

1

1

1

4

17

2

6

3

1

1

10

18

8

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1

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19

4

3

1

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53

6

6

1

2

44

10

11

2

1

2

5

13

6

6

1

3

1

2

3

27

3

2

3

1

6

1

3

5

6

1

13

9

3

4

2

6

1

5

15

2

2

1

2

13

1

6

2

1

10

8

23

4

3

4

29

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127 146

59

18

3

73

23

4

22

18

24

19

11

10

25

4

3

4

32

20

1

27

9

1

53

14

5

3

13

6

27

20

8

8

20

1

43

9

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58

17

5

4

15

6

28

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384 TYSON WILLIAM

386 URSA MAJOR

388 URSA MINOR

390 WILLIWAW

400 WillOW CREST

410 WONDER PARK

418 WOOD GLADYS

450 POLARIS K-12

FINAL TOTALS:

1,147 RECORDS TOTALED

ELEMENTARY CUMULATIVE BY SCHOOL

--

(SUSPENSIONS)

G

I

AN ASN

AI

2

PI

1

2

6

2

30

3

9

8

3

1

54

WH

3

R

4

1

4

1

4

1

3D

L

7

25

1

S

BL HSP

OTH

TOT

1 1 8

5

3

18

21

1

9

1

1

B

AN

AI

6

1

3

1

8

2

46

194 143

0

ASN

PI

6

2

3

9

WH

1

5

1

12

11

Y

BL

2

7

2

1

8

6

S

HSP

6

2

1

4

3

9

OTH

17

1

2

15

19

TOT

37

10

10

13

42

62

STU

TOT

45

11

19

16

60

83

4 1 7 8

15 1 3 19 20

74 275 162

116

183

953 1147

PAGE

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02-Jun-09

SCH

700 CENTRAL

730 GRUENING

740 HANSHEW

750 MEARS

755 MIRROR LAKE

760 ROMIG

770 WENDLER

780 GOLDENVIEW

785 NICHOLAS J BEGICH

FINAL TOTALS:

621 RECORDS TOTALED

MIDDLE SCHOOL 4TH QUARTER BY SCHOOL -- (SUSPENSIONS)

G

AN ASN

Al

PI

3

2

I

3

2

7

2

1

20

11

1

1

5

20

WH

7

11

8

8

3

8

57

2

9

1

R L S

BL

HSP

OTH TOT

4 1 4 19

1

1

1

1

1

17

11

2 5 16

5

3

9

18

8

2

9

24

6

2

28

20

2

10

6

48

31 170

B

0

AN

ASN

Al PI

5

1

8

4

3

4

3

4

4

2

15

46

WH

15

25

8

20

34

10

4

6

17

7

25

36

5

27

40 206

Y

S

STU

BL HSP OTH TOT TOT

11

8

4 47 66

2 1 32

49

5

3

3

8

1

19

52

11

3

4

1

4

1

7

39

11

8

4

14

9

17

47

61

25

42

51

52

94

58

77

30

70

71

58

142

68 451 621

PAGE

02-Jun-09

REASON

SMOKING/TOBACCO

OBSCENITY/PROFANITY

ATTENDANCE-TRUANCY

ATTENDANCE-EXCESS TARDIES

FIGHTING/PHYSICAL VIOLENCE

WILLFUL DISOBEDIENCE

FALSE INFOR./WITNESS/LYING

SEXUAL HARASSMENT

DISCRIM/HARASSMENT/BULLYING

ASSAULT

ACCESSORY TO AN ACT

ALCOHOL

ARSON/FIRE

BUS MISCONDUCT

DISRUPTIVE ITEMS

DRUGS-STREET

INAPPROPRIATE SEXUAL BEHAVIOR

MISUSE OF INTERNET,EMAIL,NETWO

RECKLESS AND UNSAFE BEHAVIOR

THREATS/INSTIGATING

WEAPONS· OTHER THAN FIREARMS

WEAPONS/FIREARMS

DRUGS-PRESCRIPTION

CELL PHONE/E.C.D. MISUSE

DANGEROUS MATERIALS/OBJECTS

COOPERATE WITH SCH. PERSONNEL

VANDALISM

THEFT

PRANKS

FALSE ALARM

DISRUPTIVE BEHAVIOR

DANGEROUS ACTIONS

CHEATING

FINAL TOTALS,

459 RECORDS TOTALED

MIODLE SCHOOL 4TH QUARTER BY CATEGORY

--

(SUSPENSIONS)

PAGE

G

AN ASN

I

Al PI

1

2 1

5

2

1

1

2

2

2

20

2

2

7

1

2

20

2

7

57

5

4

1

4

1

WH

4

1

1

10

4

2

1

3

1

3

R

L S

BL HSP

OTH

TOT

1 2

2 2 2 13

7

2

6

3

9

5

44

17

1

1

5

3

6

3

3

18

5

2

2

24

1

2

1

4

2

1

7

13

31 170

11

1

1

1

1

2

2

1

7

1

11

12

1

2

6

46

10

4

4

1

1

B

0

AN ASN

AI

PI

3

1

5

7

1

2

3

2

4

6

1

1

1

3

7

2

2

5

19

18

40 206

36

17

2

22

15

5

1

WH

13

2

1

20

6

7

4

1

1

3

1

3

3

2

4

Y S

BL HSP OTH TOT TOT

2

3 6 30

3

STU

43

4

13

1

4

3

1

18

3

1 2

88

132

30

1,7

2 2

2

1

1

4

2

1

3

2

3

2

1

1

36

22

14

3

1

2

1

3

7

2

1

5

39

25

19

6

6

1

1

4

2

1

8

6

52

3

4

2

5

8

1

39

1

2

6

1

8

6

68

11

13

1

48

7

2

2

5

1

3

2

2

13

11

3

4

1

13

1

1

44

51

1

49

1

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1

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24

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700 CENTRAL

730 GRUENING

740 HANSHEW

750 MEARS

755 MIRROR LAKE

760 ROMIG

770 WENDLER

780 GOLDENV lEW

785 NICHOLAS J BEGICH

FINAL TOTALS:

1,655 RECORDS TOTALED

MIODLE SCHOOL CUMULATIVE BY SCHOOL

--

(SUSPENSIONS)

2

13

5

6

39

1

2

G

AN ASN

I

AI

7

PI

2

2

1

1

2

1 17

8

20

3

6

21

1

17

9

20

47

132

WH

15

16

20

R

BL HSP OTH TOT

11

2

1

1

7

16

21

59

L

11

5

1

3

4

8

14

46

S

12

1

52

23

B

0

AN ASN

AI

29

1

PI

24

4

WH

52

35

Y

BL

25

7

S

HSP

13

2

OTH TOT

STU

TOT

26 169 221

5

54

77

8

7

1

12

12

5

35

31

11

61

66

17

21 106

23

9

6

16

11

5

6

21

27

16

10

17

57

80

36

29

59

93

58

9

8

21

2

23

5

61

21

11

11

9

14

1

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28 132 167

26

158

189

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OBSCENITY/PROFANITY

ATTENDANCE-TRUANCY

ATTENDANCE-EXCESS TARDIES

FIGHTING/PHYSICAL VIOLENCE

WILLFUL DISOBEDIENCE

FAILURE TO IDENTIFY SELF

FALSE INFOR./WITNESS/LYING

SEXUAL HARASSMENT

DISCRIM/HARASSMENT/BULLYING

ASSAULT

ACCESSORY TO AN ACT

ALCOHOL

ARSON/FIRE

BUS MISCONDUCT

CRIMINAL ACTS

DISRUPTIVE ITEMS

DRUGS-STREET

FIREWORKS/EXPLOSIVES

INAPPROPRIATE SEXUAL BEHAVIOR

MISUSE OF INTERNET,EMAIL,NETWO

PROHIBITED ORGANIZATIONS/GROUP

RECKLESS AND UNSAFE BEHAVIOR

THREATS/INSTIGATING

WEAPONS-OTHER THAN FIREARMS

WEAPONS/FIREARMS

IN HALL WITHOUT A PASS

DRUGS-PRESCRIPTION

CELL PHONE/E.C.D. MISUSE

DANGEROUS MATERIALS/OBJECTS

COOPERATE WITH SCH. PERSONNEL

VANDALISM

THEFT

PRANKS

FALSE ALARM

DISRUPTIVE BEHAVIOR

DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY

DANGEROUS ACTIONS

CHEATING

FINAL TOTALS:

1,234 RECORDS TOTALED

MIODLE SCHOOL CUMULATIVE BY CATEGORY

..

(SUSPENSIONS)

PAGE

G I

AN ASN

AI PI

1

4

1

1

5

10

3

13

1

1

4

2

2

4

4

2

39

1

2

3

2

1

1

3

6

5

47 132

7

15

2

1

3

6

1

10

6

2

8

4

2

3

1

4

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2

13

2

1

27

10

R L S

BL HSP OTH TOT

6

19

5

3

1

1

2

5

2

1

8

1

3

59

6

11

3

1

2

2

6

4

1

4

46

2

8

21

2

6

1

2

2

2

101

6

42

5

1

28

3

6

12

10

12

6

B 0

AN

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14

31

1

1

10

5

4

9

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1

7

25

6

1

5

6

7

4

2

WH

35

94

31

3

2

2

3

37

33

7

6

1

1

3

Y

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10

38

10

6

6

4

1

S

HSP

9

24

6

6

5

1

2

OTH TOT

STU

TOT

1

16

6 12

91

133

8

1 2

50 262

363

25

3

1

1

5

6

5

4

1

1

3

1

4

2

88 116

3

4

64

60

33

17

3

7

70

72

43

29

10

2

3

1

3

2

5

1

1

4

4

2

5

13

1

22

23

4

2

1

3

13

2

10

1

2

2

24

3

Z

2

4

4

2

8

5

17

4

2

1

4

13

16

61

2

13

5

1

5

8

8

2

5

1

1

3

3

14

6

3

5

1

3

4

1

1

10

1

1

2

1

7

4

3

1

7

5

24

40

3

7

29

1 7

7

18 144 166

8

3

4

2

2

4

1

1

35

16

2

1

10

1

16

26

6

21

2

1

1

53

4

58

20

8

31

5

7

32

2

34

7

13 11

6 39

58

1

26

18

9

16

1

1

28

1

1

144

2

3

178

2

79 402 139 125 499 161

112

217 1253

1655

12

2

2

1

19

39

3

1

16 103 135

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SCH

800 BARTLETT

810 CHUGIAK

820 DIMOND

830 EAST

835 SAVE I

840 SERVICE

845 STELLER

850 YEST

860 SOUTH

865 EAGLE RIVER HIGH

880 BENSON

881 BENSON SEARCH

885 AVAIL

FINAL TOTALS:

589 RECORDS TOTALED

SECONDARY 4TH QUARTER BY SCHOOL -- (SUSPENSIONS)

2

1

3

G

AN ASN

I

AI

PI

2

2

1

6

1

1

1

6

3

6

1

1

18 19

YH

6

2

4

3

2

21

11

15

3

R

67

L S

BL HSP OTH TOT

11 3 7 30

5

13

1

2

8

5

1

2

3

1

1

12

6

7

48

4.

25

4

3

39

1

26

5

31

2 2

25

4

1

34 194

1

13

1

7

B

0

AN ASN

Al

3

PI

7

5

6

2

38

5

16

5

8

1

42

YH

9

7

19

17

4

35

4

13

25

17

1

1

152

Y S

BL HSP OTH TOT TOT

14 7 14 54

84

1

1

9 14

21

2

6

4

12

10

1

3

34

13

4

1

92

5

41

140

8

67

106

6 7

17

1

7

69

6

6

3

49

5

2

54

41

27

STU

79

67

32

2

1

5

1

9

1

45 395 589

PAGE

11-Jun-D9

REASON

SMOKING/TOBACCO

OBSCENITY/PROFANITY

ATTENDANCE-TRUANCY

ATTENDANCE-EXCESS TARDIES

FIGHTING/PHYSICAL VIOLENCE

00 NOT USE

WILLFUL DISOBEDIENCE

FAILURE TO IDENTIFY SELF

FALSE INFOR./WITNESS/LYING

SEXUAL HARASSMENT

DISCRIM/HARASSMENT/BULLYING

ASSAULT

ACCESSORY TO AN ACT

ALCOHOL

BUS MISCONDUCT

CRIMINAL ACTS

DRUGS-STREET

INAPPROPRIATE SEXUAL BEHAVIOR

MISUSE OF INTERNET.EMAIL.NETWO

PROHIBITEO ORGANIZATIONS/GROUP

RECKLESS AND UNSAFE 8EHAVIOR

THREATS/INSTIGATING

TRESPASS

WEAPONS-OTHER THAN FIREARMS

WEAPONS/FIREARMS

IN HALL WITHOUT A PASS

DRUGS-PRESCRIPTION

FALSE IMPERSONATION

CELL PHONE/E.C.D. MISUSE

DANGEROUS MATERIALS/OBJECTS

COOPERATE WITH SCH. PERSONNEL

VANDALISM

THEFT

PRANKS

FORGERY

DISRUPTIVE BEHAVIOR

DANGEROUS ACTIONS

CYBERBULLYING

CHEATING

FINAL TOTALS:

432 RECORDS TOTALED

SECONDARY 4TH QUARTER BY CATEGORY

--

(SUSPENSIONS)

PAGE

G

AN ASN

AI

8

2

2

1

2

1B

PI

I

WH

1

1 13

2

1

5

2

1

2

2

19

2

2

2

7

1

4

2

2

2

1

7

2

2

4

3

2

5

1

2

67

R

L

S B 0

AN ASN

BL HSP OTH TOT AI

1

5

3

4

3

1

2

8

27

4

22

2

6

2 15

5

2

3

PI

4

2

2 18

1

2 10

5

WH

3

2 22

6

1

5

9

1

6

28

7

3

Y

2

2

1

7

3

2

3

1

1

2

1

2

1

2

4

3

6

2

31

2

3

7

4

5

1

5

13

3

2

17

2

1

2

1

1

11

4

2

1

2

2

1

1

STU

BL HSP

OTH

TOT

TOT

1

7

9

4

8 53

5

8D

7

5

4

9

3

2

2

S

2

2

4

12

1 23 45

1 14 20

4

29

44

1

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7 67 85

1

2

1

1

9

5

9

9

2

5

1

17 30

6

3

4

9

3

4

6

1 4

3

10

2

27

1

1

2

1

1

1

1

1

1

2

2

2

7

5

4

4

17

2

1

1

4

1

2

3

2

1

1

2

3

1

1

2

3

2

6

1

17

5

1

2

1

1 .

1

4

7

5

2

1

8

5

2

1

1

1

3

4

1

7

3

10

5

2

40

24

2

1

9

3

17

5

10

14

18

9

2

57

26

2 2

2

25 34 194 38 42 152 69

49 45 395 589

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19

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16

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2

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SMOKING/TOBACCO

OBSCENITY/PROFANITY

ATTENDANCE-TRUANCY

ATTENDANCE-EXCESS TARDIES

FIGHTING/PHYSICAL VIOLENCE

DO NOT USE

WILLFUL DISOBEDIENCE

FAILURE TO IOENTIFY SELF

FALSE INFOR./WITNESS/LYING

SEXUAL HARASSMENT

DISCRIM/HARASSMENT/BULLYING

ASSAULT

ACCESSORY TO AN ACT

ALCOHOL

ARSON/FIRE

BUS MISCONDUCT

CRIMINAL ACTS

DISRUPTIVE ITEMS

EXCESSIVE DISPLAY OF AFFECTION

ORUGS-STREET

EXTORTION OR BLACKMAIL

FIREWORKS/EXPLOSIVES

INAPPROPRIATE SEXUAL BEHAVIOR

MISUSE OF INTERNET,EMAIL,NETWO

PROHIBITED ORGANIZATIONS/GROUP

RECKLESS AND UNSAFE BEHAVIOR

THREATS/INSTIGATING

TRESPASS

WEAPONS-OTHER THAN FIREARMS

WEAPONS/FIREARMS

IN HALL WITHOUT A PASS

DRUGS-PRESCRIPTION

FALSE IMPERSONATION

CELL PHONE/E.C.O. MISUSE

DANGEROUS

MATERIALS/OBJECTS~_

COOPERATE WITH SCH. PERSONNEL

VANDALISM

THEFT

PRANKS

FORGERY

FALSE ALARM

DISRUPTIVE BEHAVIOR

DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY

DANGEROUS ACTIONS

CYBERBULLYING

CHEATING

FINAL TOTALS:

1,976

RECOROS TOTALED

SECONDARY CUMULATIVE BY CATEGORY

,

/

R G

I

AN ASN

Al

2

10

9

PI

3

13

1

2

4

18

7

1

4

1

7

2

2

1

2

6

64

10

9

2

1

1

6

1

4

3

1

9

8

WH

8

35

11

9

11

35

1

9

12

4

3

2

1

12

3

1

6

4

1

1

1

41

3

9

6

1

3

5

24

3 10

1

3

99 276

--

(SUSPENSIONS)

PAGE

13

6

5

10

17

7

5

2

1

3

12

2

87

L S

B

0

AN ASN

BL HSP OTH

TOT

Al

PI

4 14 4 4

WH

16

Y

STU

BL HSP OTH TOT TOT

3

29

S

2

23

3

32

46'

24 199 287 2

7

2

6

25

4

2

7

25

8

6

13

88

54

27

60

17 111

3

1

33

4

4

3

4

14

13

3

20

4

3

1

1

1

62

9

1

1

7

39

1

2

37

1

B

13

18

2

4

4

3

5

1

21

1

1

1

2

3

19

14

7

17

30

2

11

2

9

1

3

4

13

1

14

6

8

5

67

21

9

52

1

89

6

13

12

20

11

9

13

1

1

3

1

1

78

9

4

15

10

3

4'

1

25

8

25

60

1

8

11

2

6

4

6

1

3

2

1

29

1

3

1

1

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9

10

16

51

2

8

1

6

2

1

1

2

14

2

20

7

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5

6

9

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75

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26 149 209

1

32 280 ,,391

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13

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129

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6

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9

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1

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12

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66 : 105

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29

18

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10

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