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All About Expulsion

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How do you get expelled?

 

  • Being violent
  • Having a gun or dangerous weapon on school ground
  • Hurting or threatening to hurts someone with a dangerous weapon.
  • Having drugs (possessing, Selling, or giving  them away to students or (adults)

 

     These behaviors must have happened AT school, on school grounds, or at a school event.                     

 

   Student rights

 

During an expulsion a student does not have a right to any educational services of the school unless they are receiving special education services. A school may decide to give educational services during an expulsion, but it is up to the school board or administration.

 

  • To know what they are being accused of
  • To know what  evidence the school has, and a right to be heard

 

 

 

Interview with a teacher (Ms.Bell) at JLMS about expulsion

 

Question:

How often do students get expelled?

 

response:

Not very often, so far this year we have not had any expulsions.

 

Question:

Do you think the rules for expulsion are fair?

 

Response:

The rules are fair but the system is not fair.

 

Question:

Have you ever expelled someone?

 

Response:

She has put someone up for expulsion but it usually takes a long time she says.

 

Question:

How do you feel when someone gets expelled?

 

Response:

She feels sad because they don’t get a good education at home.

 

Question

When someone gets expelled do they have homework?

 

Response

They are provided homework and a parent has to pick it up/pupil services.

 

Question

Who deals with expulsions?

 

Response

The district deals with it.

 

Question

How do you get expelled in your defense?

 

Response\

Anything that is harming anyone/ bringing weapons, selling drugs and being

Violent.

 

Question

If you don’t want to expel someone what are the other consequences?

 

Response

Suspension, saturday school, comunity service.

 

You came to an end

 

Finally you are to an end. Now you know more about expulsion.

 

 

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