Conduct
  • Discipline
  • Consequences
    The following list indicates consequences a student may receive for misbehavior as defined by the JCPS Student Support and Behavior Intervention Handbook (in PDF):

    •Student Conference
    •Parent Conference
    •Lunchtime In-School Adjustment Program (ISAP)
    •ISAP/Opportunity Room
    •Team TIP/Off-Team TIP (Team Isolation Program)
    •After-School Detention (2:25 to 4 p.m.)
    •Saturday School—Students are to report to Stuart on the assigned Saturday, in uniform and with their books. Students are expected to remain in silence for the duration.
    •ISAP—A Kammerer staff member operates the program. Students remain in the same room all day, and they are expected to remain in silence for the day. Students who fail to follow the rules in ISAP are given a local school suspension.
    •Local Suspension (one to five days out of school)—Students who are suspended are not allowed on any JCPS property nor can they attend any JCPS activities while suspended.
    •Central Office Suspension (6 to 20 days out of school)—Students who are suspended are not allowed on any JCPS property or to attend activities during suspensions. Students must also make an appointment at Student Services before being allowed to return to school.
    •Recommendation to an Alternative School—Students found to be in violation of the district’s Zero Tolerance Policies, or those found to be repeatedly referred to the office, will be recommended by the district office for transfer to an alternative school with the structure and support needed to help the students succeed. Students usually attend for at least a semester.

    Note:
    The consequences above are listed in order of severity. The administrative staff may have to bypass some of the consequences due to the nature of the offense. For specifics at each level of misbehavior or consequence, please refer to the JCPS Student Support and Behavior Intervention Handbook (in PDF).