Level III Infractions

  • Level III Infractions


    Examples of Infractions

    Required Action

    Disciplinary Options

    Level III:  Acts Against Persons/Property Which Do Not Seriously Endanger Others 

    Acts directed against persons or property but the consequences of which may not seriously endanger the health or safety of the individual or others in the school. These acts might be considered criminal, but most frequently can be handled by the disciplinary mechanism in the school and may be referred to law enforcement agencies.


    1. Continuation of unmodified LEVEL I and II infractions, multiple LEVEL II infractions
    2. Rough/boisterous activity resulting in bodily harm/property damage
    3. Continual disobedience/inappropriate misconduct/disrupting the educational process
    4. Possession of items which may be used to cause bodily harm; i.e. stun guns, darts, etc.
    5. Acts of violence—fighting: physical contact
    6. Minor vandalism; trespassing; theft
    7. Abusive/obscene language and gestures, profanity, indecent conduct, sexual misconduct
    8. Cutting school, cutting class, tardy to school (chronic), leaving school grounds without permission, truancy, unexcused absence
    9. Bus misconduct
    10. Unauthorized use of parking facilities, violation of state vehicle code
    11. Disrespectful speech
    12. Open defiance of authority
    13. Harassment—see Harassment Policy
    14. Unacceptable computer use
    15. Misconduct at school-sponsored activities
    16. Possession/use of tobacco
    17. Gambling 



    1. Staff intervention and refer to administrator
    2. Administrator & staff confer
    3. Administration meets with the student
    4. Disciplinary action as appropriate
    5. Required conference with parent & student



    1. Administration has discretion to use any LEVEL II option if warranted
    2. Removal from class
    3. Cell phone/electronics restriction and/or confiscation
    4. Gold Card privileges revoked
    5. Home instruction
    6. Referral to Student Assistance Program (SAP)
    7. Behavioral Intervention Plan (BIP)
    8. Suspension from class
    9. Restitutionof property or damages
    10. Out-of-school suspension
    11. Expulsion
    12. Involvement of police
    13. Social probation
    14. In-school suspension (if available)
    15. Community service
    16. Detention
    17. Revocation of parking privileges
    18. Alternative Learning Program
    19. Prosecution with District Justice