Authority to Suspend
A superintendent, principal or principal's designee may suspend a student, after conducting an informal meeting or conference between the student and the teacher or school employee who referred the student. The informal conference may be held either at the school site or over the telephone. A principal or designee may suspend a student from school for a maximum of five consecutive days for any of the acts considered grounds for suspension.
Students may be suspended for a maximum of 20 days per school year.