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School Policies » Definitions of Inappropriate Behaviors

Definitions of Inappropriate Behaviors

“Implementing Behavioral Intervention, Discipline, & Consequences

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Definitions of Major Inappropriate Behavior

Canoga Park High School

 

Abusive/Inappropriate Language

Verbal message that includes swearing or using words in such a manner that the learning environment is significantly disrupted.

Fighting

At least two students mutually engaging in serious physical contact (punching, kicking, scratching, hair pulling, hitting with object).

Physical Aggression

One student making serious physical contact upon another (hitting, punching, kicking, scratching, hair pulling, hitting with object).

Insubordination

Complete refusal to follow staff directions in such a manner that the learning environment is significantly disrupted and/or the student places him/herself in a dangerous situation.

Tardy

Arriving to the classroom after the bell has rung.

Student Threat

Student delivers a message (verbalized, written, drawn or gestured) toward another that conveys an act of intended injury or harm.

Disruption

Behavior causing a sustained and significant interruption of a class or activity.

Harassment/Discrimination

Repeated teasing, name calling, or other actions, as well as activities or statements intended to be offensive of one’s religion, race, heritage, color, and disability, including sexual harassment.

Property Damage (school)

Deliberately impairing the usefulness of school property.

Property Damage (others)

Deliberately impairing the usefulness of another student’s or staff member’s personal property.

Vandalism

Participating in an activity that results in substantial destruction or disfigurement of property.

Theft

Possession of, having passed on, or the removing of someone else’s property.

Other

Could include, but not limited to: possession of tobacco, electronic devices, laser pointers, drugs, alcohol, weapons, or other dangerous object. Also, arson, forgery, bomb threat, false alarms, extortion, computer misuse, or leaving campus.