Admin

Discipline

Disciplinary Consequences

Lunch Detention

(25 minutes) Students must report to 126G in Cafeteria immediately upon entering Cafeteria during their scheduled lunchtime.

The purpose of lunch detention is to provide students with an appropriate consequence when they fail to follow the Student Code of Conduct and school-wide policies and procedures.

 Guidelines

  • Students will report to Room 126G in the cafeteria at the beginning of their lunchtime.
  • Students will follow all directions given by the detention supervisor.
  • Students who are disruptive or unable to follow the rules outlined above will receive additional disciplinary consequences.
  • Students will remain in their seats and will not talk to others during lunch detention.

Administrative Wednesday Detention*

(1 hour) Students must report to Room 103 by 3:15 p.m.

The purpose of Wednesday Detention is to provide students with an appropriate consequence when they fail to follow the Student Code of Conduct. In Wednesday Detention, students will participate in activities or instruction in the skills needed to change the behavior that prevents them from behavioral and/or academic success in the normally scheduled school day. This may include reflective writing assignments and service in maintaining the school campus, such as cleaning up various areas on campus.

 The Wednesday Detention assignment is scheduled by an administrator, and will be served from 3:15 p.m. to 4:15 p.m. on the specified date.

Guidelines

  • Students will be on time and prepared to work. Students are responsible for bringing all materials
  • needed to complete their assignments, including notebook, textbooks, pens, and paper.
  • Students will enter the room quietly and remain on task during the assigned time.
  • Students will follow all instructions given by the detention supervisor.
  • Students will sit in their assigned seats. Talking, eating, drinking, and sleeping will not be permitted in the detention room.
  • Students are not allowed to leave the room for any reason; detention supervisor will determine restroom breaks.
  • Students are expected to adhere to all OCPS policies including dress code and electronic device use policies.
  • Students who are disruptive or unable to follow the rules outlined above will receive additional disciplinary consequences.
  • Students must report directly to the detention room upon dismissal from 7th period.
  •  Wednesday Detention will be held in room 103.

 IMPORTANT INFORMATION:

*Transportation will not be provided

*Failure to attend Wednesday Detention will result in additional disciplinary action, which may include assignment to additional detentions or Saturday School, or in a referral to Lake Nona’s PASS program.

 Thursday School*

(1.5 hours) Students must report to Room 103 by 4:15 p.m.

 The purpose of Thursday Detention is to provide students with an appropriate consequence when they fail to follow the Student Code of Conduct. In Thursday Detention, students will participate in activities or instruction in the skills needed to change the behavior that prevents them from behavioral and/or academic success in the normally scheduled school day. This may include reflective writing assignments and service in maintaining the school campus, such as cleaning up various areas on campus.

The Thursday Detention assignment is scheduled by an administrator, and will be served from 4:15 p.m. to 5:15 p.m. on the specified date.

Guidelines

  • Students will be on time and prepared to work. Students are responsible for bringing all materials needed to complete their assignments, including notebook, textbooks, pens, and paper.
  • Students will enter the room quietly and remain on task during the assigned time.
  • Students will follow all instructions given by the detention supervisor.
  • Students will sit in their assigned seats. Talking, eating, drinking, and sleeping will not be permitted in the detention room.
  • Students are not allowed to leave the room for any reason; detention supervisor will determine restroom breaks.
  • Students are expected to adhere to all OCPS policies including dress code and electronic use policies.
  • Students who are disruptive or unable to follow the rules outlined above will receive additional disciplinary consequences.
  • Students must report directly to the detention room upon dismissal from 7th period. Thursday Detention will be held in room 103.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:

*Transportation will not be provided

*Failure to attend Thursday Detention will result in additional disciplinary action, which may include assignment to Saturday School or referral to Lake Nona’s PASS program.

Saturday School*

(8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.) Students must report to Room 103 by 8:00 a.m.

The purpose of Saturday Detention is to provide students with an in-school alternative to out of school suspension when they fail to follow the Student Code of Conduct. In Saturday Detention, students will participate in activities or instruction in the skills needed to change the behavior that prevents them from behavioral and/or academic success in the normally scheduled school day. This may include reflective writing assignments and service in maintaining the school campus, such as cleaning up various areas on campus. The Saturday Detention assignment is scheduled by an administrator, and will be served from 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. on the specified date.

Guidelines

  • Students will be on time and prepared to work. Students are responsible for bringing all materials needed to complete their assignments, including notebook, textbooks, pens, and paper.
  • Students will enter the room quietly and remain on task during the assigned time.
  • Students will follow all instructions given by the detention supervisor.
  • Students will sit in their assigned seats. Talking, eating, drinking, and sleeping will not be permitted in the Saturday Detention room.
  • Students are not allowed to leave the room for any reason. Restroom breaks will be scheduled.
  • Students are expected to adhere to all OCPS policies including dress code and electronic device use policies.
  • Students who are disruptive or unable to follow the rules outlined above will receive additional
  • disciplinary consequences.
  • Students must report directly to the Saturday School room upon arriving on campus. Saturday Detention will be held in room 103.
  • Students must arrive to Saturday School by 8:00 a.m. in order to serve their assigned Saturday School.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:

*Transportation will not be provided

*Failure to attend Saturday School will result in additional disciplinary action including referral to Lake Nona’s PASS program.

P.A.S.S. (Positive Alternative to School Suspension)

Students must report to Cottage 9 by 9:30 a.m.

The purpose of P.A.S.S. is to provide students with an in-school alternative to out of school suspension when they fail to follow the Student Code of Conduct. In P.A.S.S., students will participate in activities or instruction in the skills needed to change the behavior that prevents them from behavioral and/or academic success in the normally scheduled school day. This may include reflective writing assignments and service in maintaining the school campus, such as cleaning up various areas on campus.

P.A.S.S. is scheduled by an administrator, and will be served from 9:30 a.m.-3:50 p.m. (2:50 p.m. Wednesday) on the specified date(s).

OSS (Out of School Suspension)

Students are not to be present on campus for any reason.

Out of School Suspension applies to all school-related activities, including those that occur outside of the regular school day.