Dakota Ridge

High School

2020-2021

 

 Student Handbook

                     

Vision

Dakota Ridge High School continually strives for a school based upon an exceptional community that promotes extraordinary learning, expanded opportunities and, above all, success for all students.

Mission Statement

Dakota Ridge High School aspires to help all members of its community develop a balance between and synergy from four basic human needs: the need to live, the need to love, the need to learn and the need to leave a legacy.  Therefore, we consciously commit ourselves to demonstrating:

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dakota Ridge High School

Frequently Used Phone Numbers

 

Main Office        303-982-1970

Attendance Line                303-982-1884

Attendance        Jennifer Kelley        303-982-1927

Financial Office                Kathy Abeyta                        303-982-4329

Athletic Office                Jennifer Hastert                303-982-7833

IB Coordinator                Holly Davis                        303-982-8956

 

Principal         Jim Jelinek                                303-982-4970

Asst. Principal (9 – 12, A – E)                 Michael Dougherty                 303-982-1936

Asst. Principal (9-12, F- La)                Brenda Lucas                         303-982-8965

Asst. Principal (9 – 12, Le- Re)                Matt Heckel                                     303-982-1956

Asst. Principal (9 –12, Rh – Z)                 Kim Keller                                   303-982-3090

Principal’s Secretary                            Angie Beasley                         303-982-2767

 

Registrar                                                 Cindy Hollander                303-982-4026

Counselor (A – Da)                                  Julie Plautz                        303-982-1892

Counselor (De- Hr)                                  Karina Wilson                        303-982-0653

Counselor (Hu-Me)                                  Kirsten Link        303-982-5090

Counselor (Mi-Sa)        Brian Plautz        303-982-1893

Counselor (Sc – Z)                                   Nile Smith                        303-982-1978

Table of Contents

Mission/Vision Statement…..2                                Medical Marijuana……………17

Bell Schedule…………………….… 3                                Discipline Matrix……………18-19

Phone Numbers……………..……..4

Table of Contents…….………...5

School Information…………6 – 7

Daily Schedule

Schedule Change Policy

Class Schedules

Teacher VoiceMail and Email

Closed Campus Policy/Lunch Block

Lunch Block

Parking

Searches of student property

Rules and Policies………… 8- 16

Lockers                         Pre-arranged Absences

Smoking                         Early Release

Student ID Cards                Being Sent to the Office

School Rules                        Computer Use and Rights

Dress Code                        Student Achievement and Recognition

Hat Policy                        Graduation

Student Visitors                        AP/Honors/IB Information

Electronic Devices                Academic Letters and Honor Roll

Health Center                        National Honor Society

After School Policy                Honor Graduates

Disrespectful Treatment                Credit Recovery

Academic Dishonesty                Valedictorians and Salutatorians

Attendance/Tardy Policy                Legacy Wall of Honors

Leaving School during the Day        Athletics and Activities

Our schedule includes:

*Seminar required for students grade 9-12.

*Structured study hall–required for freshmen and sophomores.  Sophomores earn the right to have a free block 2nd semester if they received a 3.5 GPA during the 1st semester, are proficient in all categories on the state assessments, maintain good attendance and behavior and have the required signatures.

*Closed Campus— freshmen

* Required Minimum Course Load:

            Freshmen & Sophomore:  Six instructional blocks, study hall plus Seminar per semester

            Juniors:  Minimum of six instructional blocks and Seminar per semester

            Seniors:  Five instructional blocks plus Seminar per semester

Start Times:  AE:  7:00 – 7:25 on Navy Days.  Class begins at 7:30 a.m.

                             AE: 7:50 – 8:10 on Cardinal Days.  Class begins at 8:15 a.m.

Check with teachers for availability.

 

DRHS SCHEDULE CHANGE POLICY

Dakota Ridge HS builds students’ class schedules according to the course selection forms. Students also enter their own course requests directly into Infinite Campus. Counselors work with students through the end of each school year to discuss any potential course changes.

After schedules are posted in Infinite Campus (late May), students will no longer be able to request schedule changes for electives or other courses unless there is an “academically compelling reason,” such as students are in the wrong level or they failed the prerequisite. In this case, students must complete a schedule change request form (available in Counseling) describing the academic reason for a schedule change request and submit it to the academic committee for review. Changes are made only upon approval. Forms should not be filled out for teacher preferences, block preferences, or lunch / free block preferences, as these will not be approved.

 

Teacher Voicemail and Email

Parents and students may use these to keep in touch with the teachers if necessary.  A list of voicemail numbers and email addresses is available on the school website:  https://dakotaridge.jeffcopublicschools.org/

In addition, JeffcoConnect provides attendance and grade updates to parents as well as email connections.

 

 

Closed Campus Policy

Dakota Ridge High School is a closed campus for 9th graders.  Off-campus privileges will be extended to sophomores, juniors and seniors that maintain appropriate attendance and classroom behavior.  Any senior, junior, or sophomore taking an underclassman off campus will face disciplinary measures and loss of privileges.

 

Lunch Block

During lunch, it is expected students remain in the cafeteria to eat.  Afterward, students may socialize in the following areas:  Main hallway or outside.  Students are not allowed to congregate in the academic hallways.  Students will not be allowed to eat in other areas of the building, including classrooms.  It is expected that every student take pride in the school and place trash only in the provided trash receptacles.

 

Parking

All Student vehicles must be registered for authorized parking on our campus.  Non-registered vehicles parking on campus or vehicles parked in areas other than those designated as student parking are subject to ticketing at the owner's expense.  Juniors and seniors are allowed to purchase a Main lot permit for $125.00. Cost of the permit decreases $12.50 every month after August. Permits can be picked up at the Campus Supervisors desk with main lot application and proof of purchase. Students must also show all required fees/fines have been paid.  Sophomores are allowed to park in the Upper or Foothills lot at no cost. Permits can be picked up at the Campus Supervisor’s desk with the upper lot application completed.  Upper lot is available to all students at no cost with upper lot application.

 

Searches of student property

In order to keep the school safe, state law allows your person and/or personal possessions (including backpacks, purses, lockers and vehicles) to be searched whenever a school authority has reasonable suspicion to believe that you are in possession of contraband or unauthorized materials. The school retains the authority to conduct routine patrols of student parking lots and inspections of the exteriors of cars while on school property.  The interiors of cars may be inspected without student consent if there is a reasonable suspicion as described above.

 

Lockers

9thgrade students will be assigned a locker at the time of registration to store books or clothing free of charge.   10th, 11th and 12th grade students may request a locker if needed. This locker is the sole responsibility of the individual student to whom it is issued and is not meant to be shared with other students.  It is also not recommended that students store valuables in their lockers, as the school is not liable for missing or stolen items from the lockers.  The locker does however remain the property of the school.  Skateboards must be placed in lockers and are not to be used on campus.

 

Smoking

Possession of, smoking, use of any tobacco product, or paraphernalia  (including vapor pens, hookah pens, etc.) in or on school property or at any student activity sponsored by the district shall be grounds for in-school and/or out of school suspension depending on the severity of the situation.  All tobacco products will be confiscated.  

 

Student ID Cards

Per state law all students enrolled at Dakota Ridge are required to purchase and carry a student identification card with them while in the building and/or on school grounds.  A student may be asked to produce the ID by any school employee at any time.  The ID card will be required to receive the following services:

  1. Checking out books/materials from the library
  2. Admission to athletic events at the student prices both home and away
  3. Entry into dances
  4. Picking up your yearbook.
  1. Purchasing food in the cafeteria.

 

School Rules

 

Dress Code

While students are all afforded the right to appropriate expression, they also have a right to an education. Although dress is a matter of self-expression and is influenced by weather and fashion trends, certain items and styles are not acceptable for fostering a positive learning environment. The following items are inappropriate and are not to be brought or worn to school or to school sponsored events:

1.          Clothing that is overly revealing or sexually suggestive.The midriff, back, chest, or buttocks should             not be exposed. The bottom of shirts/tops must meet or be longer than the top of the pants so that the midriff is not exposed. No tube tops are allowed.  No pajamas except for spirit days.

2.         No undergarments may be visible when in normal posture (sitting or standing).

3.  Hats or other head coverings are not allowed in the building prior to 2:45 pm.

4.   No bandanas on heads, around legs, ankles or other body parts or hanging out of packets

5. Clothing with offensive slogans or designs on them, i.e. anything that promotes drugs, alcohol or is sexually suggestive is not allowed.

6.   Clothing or jewelry that emulates gang affiliation is not allowed.

7.   Shoes must be worn at all times.

8.   Accessories such as spikes or chains should not be worn or brought to school.

9.   Trench coats or dusters are not permitted. All winter jackets should be kept in lockers.

This list is not meant to be exhaustive. The teacher or administrator will determine the appropriate dress.

 

 

 

Dakota Ridge High School Hat and Head covering Policy

DRHS is a no-hat school. No bandanas on heads, around legs, ankles or other body parts or hanging out of pockets.  If you are wearing a hat or any head covering prior to 2:45 pm you will be asked to remove it. If you continually wear a hat or any head covering prior to 2:45 pm after being asked to remove it, it will be confiscated and held in the administrative offices.  On the first confiscation, the student may meet with the appropriate administrator after school and retrieve the item.  On the second offense, this option is not available and the item can only be retrieved at the end of the semester.

 

Student Visitors

Dakota Ridge is a closed campus and does not allow student visitors except for our pre-arranged shadow program.  Please do not request permission for student visitors to attend school with you.  Visiting student groups must get prior administrative permission and check in at the security desk.

 

Electronic Devices

These items are most appropriately used before the school day, at lunch or after school.  During class time, these items should remain in your locker or backpack unless otherwise directed by a teacher.  Should these items become a disruption, they may be confiscated. Laser pointers are not allowed on school grounds.  If students choose to bring these expensive items to school, Dakota Ridge will no longer investigate lost or stolen items of this sort.  Students will be referred to the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department for any follow-up investigation.  Please do not bring these electronic and expensive items to school.

 

The Health Center

Students who become ill during the day may ask to go to the health center to receive aid.  Students are required to have a pass from their teacher to sign into the health center.  Students must sign in and out and must contact a parent if they are going home due to their condition.  All prescription medicines must be checked into the health center.  Students need to visit the health center to receive those medications.

 

Before/After-School hours

Students are expected to vacate the building by 3:00 PM unless they are involved in a school sponsored activity or have a scheduled appointment with a teacher or administrator.  The school opens at 7:00 AM – students should not report to school prior to that time.

 

Incidents of Disrespectful Treatment

Disrespectful or discriminatory behavior will not be tolerated at Dakota Ridge.  If a student feels that he/she has been treated with disrespect or has witnessed an incident of disrespect, it is important for the student to discuss it as quickly as possible with one of our assistant principals or counselors so appropriate action can be taken.

 

 

 

 

 

Academic Dishonesty Policy

Students are responsible for acting with honesty and integrity, and for following the Jeffco Public Schools Student and Family Handbook. To ensure clarity for all concerned, Dakota Ridge High School further defines academic dishonesty/cheating/plagiarism to include, but not be limited to the following:

 

Attendance Policy

Absences resulting from your temporary illness, injury, extended disability or family emergencies will, under normal circumstances, be excused. Absences need to be called in to the attendance office on the day of the absence by the parent/guardian.  Failure to abide by this policy will result in the student’s absence not being excused.  Chronic single block absences (5 or more) need a note from the dentist, doctor, or administrative approval. The attendance office has voice mail that can be utilized any time of the day.  Planned absences can also be excused in advance using the message system.  Suspensions are considered unexcused absences; however, District policies and grading of work applies.

Please see the Jefferson County Student and Family handbook for the current policies concerning student absences, excuses, and truancy.  Students under 17 are under state compulsory attendance laws.   Failure to attend will initiate a Truancy Action Plan and Student Outreach contacted.

 

Tardy Policy

Students should always be punctual in order to ensure the maximum learning opportunity.  Students are considered tardy if they report to their scheduled class after the bell has rung and learning has started.  Each teacher will discuss the consequences of habitual tardiness with individual students.

 

Leaving School during the Day

Once students arrive on school grounds, they may not leave school for any reason without first having their parent/guardian contact the attendance office. Sophomores, juniors and seniors have off campus lunch privileges and/or open blocks which allow them to leave.  Students will not be excused to leave school grounds for the lunch period if they do not have off-campus privileges.

 

Pre-Arranged Absences

If a student needs to miss school for an extended period of time, a pre-arranged absence form must be used.  The forms are available in the attendance office and must be signed by all the student’s teachers prior to the absences.  The purpose of this form is to alert the teachers of the upcoming absences and should be used if the absences total more than three consecutive school days. It is the responsibility of the student to get early work and to work out arrangements with teachers for due dates.

 

Early Release

The school calendar is planned and published in advance of the school year to allow parents and students the opportunity to make vacation plans. No final exams may be taken early. Please check the website frequently for calendar updates.

        

Being Sent to the Office

If a situation develops in which a student’s behavior becomes detrimental to the welfare of the class or is interfering with the other students’ ability to learn, a teacher may ask him/her to leave class and report to the office.  Students must report directly to the office at this time.  Appropriate consequences will be determined by the administrator using the discipline matrix.

Computer use and rights

Respect for the work of others in a computer environment is especially important.  Plagiarism, invasion of privacy, unauthorized access, copyright violations, damaging, modifying or attempting to modify computer files, systems, or facilities are grounds for disciplinary action as well as possible legal action.  Parents and students will sign an internet/computer use agreement.

 

Student Achievement and Recognition

Students at Dakota Ridge have the opportunity to be recognized in the following ways:

Honor Roll

Positive Office Referrals

Student of the Month

National Honor Society

Legacy of Excellence Awards

Scholar Athletes

Valedictorian and Salutatorian

Honor Graduates

IB Graduates

Legacy Wall of Honor

Boettcher Scholars, Academy appointments and National Merit Finalists

 

Graduation

To be eligible for a diploma at the end of the senior year, a student must complete 23 credits and meet all graduation requirements outlined in the registration guide.  All 23 credits must be earned in order to walk at graduation.

 

 

AP/Honors/IB information

Students who have pre-registered for and have been accepted to AP, Honors, and/or IB courses will not be allowed to drop these courses at the start of the school year. Students must remain in these courses for at least one semester.

 

 

Cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA):  The average obtained by dividing the total number of grade points earned in high school courses by the total number of credits attempted.  Weighted grades for successful completion of advanced coursework are factored into this calculation.  DRHS operates on a 4.0 grade point scale, as follows: 

Unweighted Grade:         A = 4 points                     Weighted Grade: A = 5 points

                                               B = 3 points                                              B = 4 points

                                        C = 2 points                                              C = 3 points

                                        D = 1 point                                                       D = 1 point

            F = 0 points                                           F = 0 points

 

Weighted Grades:  Grades are weighted in recognition of additional effort and learning required in classes beyond the usual level of difficulty for high school courses.  The following courses will be weighted:  AP, Honors, and IB courses offered within Jeffco Schools and Post Secondary Options courses that meet or exceed the level of AP when unavailable at the student’s home high school or when the student has completed the curriculum offered at the home high school (with principal’s discretion and prior approval). This policy may change pending district review. 

Academic Letters and Honor Roll

Students have the opportunity to earn an academic letter if they maintain a 3.8 GPA or higher for two consecutive semesters, fall and spring.  Letters are awarded in the fall of the following year.  Any student who has maintained appropriate behavior and obtains at least:

Honor Roll students will be recognized in the following categories in the same manner.

National Honor Society

Students have the opportunity to apply to become members in the National Honor Society if they meet the following requirements:

 

Faculty sponsors and current NHS officers review all applications and make the final selections.  Newly selected members will be required to attend an induction ceremony prior to the end of the school year.

Honor Graduates

Students will be recognized at the time of graduation for their academic achievements in the following ways:                 

 

Valedictorians and Salutatorians

The valedictorian will be the student(s) with the highest adjusted GPA and outstanding citizenship.  The salutatorian will be the student(s) with the second highest adjusted GPA and outstanding citizenship.  The adjusted GPA will be calculated using the following procedure:

 

1.      Final cumulative unweighted GPA will be determined at the end of the second semester of the students’ senior year.  The GPA for all senior students will be unweighted to level the academic playing field and not penalize students who take additional academic classes.

2.     Additional academic points will be awarded based on:

3.     Each academic point acquired will add .01 to the final cumulative GPA to get the adjusted GPA.

The final selection of the valedictorian and salutatorian will be based on the above criteria and administrative discretion.

 

 

 

 

 

Credit Recovery

If a student fails a core class at DRHS, he/she must make up this credit.  There are several options.  Please contact your counselor for further assistance.

Recovery Options

Legacy Wall of Honors

Dakota Ridge offers students the opportunity to be recognized for their academic/Legacy accomplishments by having their name placed on the Wall of Honors in the following areas:

 

Athletics/Activities/Clubs

We encourage athletes to participate in more than one sport at Dakota Ridge.  We currently compete in the 5A Jeffco League, except for football, women’s swimming, and women’s tennis where we compete in 4A.  Marching band competes at 4A classification within the Colorado Band Masters Association. To see a current list of sports, clubs and activities offered, see our website.

 

 

 

 

Athletic Eligibility

To be eligible to participate in sports, a student must have attempted a minimum of 2.5 credits the previous semester and have received no more than one “F”.  If you make up credit for the classes you have failed, you may regain eligibility at the beginning of the fall semester; otherwise, you are ineligible per the dates in the table below for first semester and on the Monday of Week 36 for second semester.  Athletes are also on weekly eligibility in which they must meet at a minimum the same eligibility requirements outlined above on a weekly basis. Weekly eligibility will be done every Wednesday. In the event you have two F grades, you have until 3PM on Friday to remove yourself from the ineligible list by bringing a signed note to athletic secretary, and the coach from the teacher whose class you have an F in denoting you have brought it up to passing.  In the event you do not achieve eligibility, you will be placed on suspension from the 3PM that Friday until 3PM the following Friday.

Online registration must be completed and the fees paid prior to practicing in any sport.  Participants in athletics will pay a district fee determined at the beginning of the school year.

Fall Regain Dates Table

Boys’ Golf - Week 9

Boys’ Tennis – Week 12

Gymnastics - Week 12

Spirit – Week 12

Softball – Week 13

Field Hockey – Week 13

Cross Country – Week 13

Volleyball – Week 14

Boys’ Soccer – Week 14

Football – Week 1

 

Medical Marijuana

Several incidents have been reported where students have claimed that marijuana, or marijuana products, were legal to possess at school because it was prescribed medical marijuana. For the purposes of Jefferson County Public Schools, “medical marijuana” does not exist. Marijuana is still an illegal substance under federal law and until the state and federal become compatible, we will follow federal law. Students are not to possess marijuana or paraphernalia at school, are not allowed to come to school under the influence of marijuana, and are not allowed to use the medical marijuana law as an excuse to do so.

 

DRHS  Discipline Matrix

Subject to change.  Based on Jefferson County Public School Code of Conduct Book.

Behavior

First Offense

Second Offense

Third Offense

On or in the vicinity of another school campus without authorization

Detention, community service, and/or 1 day suspension

1-3 day suspension

3-5 day suspension

Verbally abusing or using obscenities toward staff**

1-3 day suspension depending on the severity

3-5 day suspension depending on the severity

5-10 day suspension/ possible withdraw from school

Intimidating or threatening a staff member **

Counseling; min. 3-day suspension; law enforcement contacted

10 day suspension, recommendation for expulsion, law enforcement contacted

10 day suspension, recommendation for expulsion, law enforcement contacted

Threatening, verbally abusing, using profanity, harassing, or bullying a fellow student, including all forms of social media **

Counseling, detention, community service, loss of privileges, suspension or expulsion depending on the severity of the offense

Counseling, detention, community service, loss of privileges, suspension or expulsion depending on the severity of the offense

Counseling, detention, community service, loss of privileges, suspension or expulsion depending on the severity of the offense

Behavior which disrupts the normal educational process (including cell phones, iPods, etc.)

Counseling, detention, community service, loss of privileges, suspension or expulsion depending on the severity of the offense

Counseling, detention, community service, loss of privileges, suspension or expulsion depending on the severity of the offense

Counseling, detention, community service, loss of privileges, suspension or expulsion depending on the severity of the offense

Habitually disruptive behavior – ongoing behaviors that cause a serious interference with the orderly operation of school, or the school’s ability to provide educational opportunities to the student or others

Suspension

Suspension and creation of the remedial discipline plan

Recommendation possible for expulsion

Insubordination/willful disobedience

Counseling, community service, detention and/or 1-2 day suspension

1-3 day suspension

3-5 day suspension

Possession, use and/or being under the influence of alcohol or illegal over the counter drugs and/or for possession of drug paraphernalia**

3 day minimum suspension,

 parent conference,  provide information regarding drug/alcohol treatment programs

5 day minimum suspension depending on severity, recommendation for evaluation and treatment program

10 day minimum suspension with completion of approved drug treatment program and/or possible expulsion on the 3rd offense and all subsequent offenses

Possession, use and/or being under the influence of illegal drugs not sold over the counter **

3 day minimum suspension,

 parent conference,  provide information regarding drug/alcohol treatment programs

5 day minimum suspension,

 parent conference,  provide information regarding drug/alcohol treatment programs

10 day minimum suspension with completion of approved drug treatment program and/or possible expulsion on the 3rd offense and all subsequent offenses

Selling over the counter drugs or alcohol **

10 day minimum suspension,

 parent conference,  provide information regarding drug/alcohol treatment programs

Student will be expelled upon the 2nd offense and all subsequent offenses.

Student will be expelled for all subsequent offenses.

Purchasing or selling all drugs except those sold over the counter**

Student will be expelled for the first and every subsequent offense

Student will be expelled

Student will be expelled

 

                

DRHS DISCIPLINE MATRIX CONTINUED

Behavior

First Offense

Second Offense

Third Offense

Smoking and/or possession of any tobacco product/paraphernalia on school property or at any student activity**

1 day In-School Suspension; confiscation of all products, completion of online educational program on tobacco/vaping

2 day suspension; confiscation of all products

2-5 day suspension; confiscation of all products

Selling of tobacco products **

1-2 day suspension

3-4 day suspension

One additional day of suspension for each infraction

Violating the off-campus policy

1 day In-School Suspension

1-2 day suspension

1-3 day mandatory out of school suspension

Fighting (mutual combat including self defense) **

Minimum 1 day suspension, up to and including expulsion.  Step 1 on habitually disruptive.

Minimum 3 day suspension, up to and including expulsion.  Step 2 on habitually disruptive.

Minimum 5 day suspension, up to and including expulsion.  Step 3 on habitually disruptive.

Setting off fireworks or other devices or in possession of such devices **

Suspension or expulsion depending on the severity of the offense

Suspension or expulsion depending on the severity of the offense

Suspension or expulsion depending on the severity of the offense

Theft and/or extortion **

Police contacted, 2-3 day suspension with restitution depending on severity

Police contacted, 3-5 day suspension with restitution depending on severity

Police contacted, 5-10 day suspension, restitution and/or recommendation for expulsion

Academic dishonesty including cheating an/or plagiarism

Warning, suspension, or community service with possible loss of credit

1-3 day suspension, possible loss of credit

3-5 day suspension, possible loss of credit

Vandalism, defacing/destroying school property **

Police contacted, 2-3 day suspension with restitution depending on severity

3-5 day suspension with restitution

5-10 day suspension, recommendation for expulsion

Carrying, bringing, using or possessing a deadly weapon **

10 day suspension, recommendation for expulsion

10 day suspension, recommendation for expulsion

10 day suspension, recommendation for expulsion

Wearing a hat or head covering

Hats or head coverings will be confiscated.  1st offense student may retrieve at the end of the school day,  2nd offense- student may retrieve at end of the semester

Truancy

Contact parents, truancy court, teacher intervention, community service, attendance program,  suspension

Violation of the dress code

Confiscation of/or changing of clothes

3 hours community service and change of clothes

1-2 day suspension and change of clothes

Lying to staff; forgery; false impersonation**

1-2 day suspension

3-5 day suspension

5-10 day suspension

Called self In

3 hours of Community Service

1 day In School Suspension

1-3 day suspension

Chronic parking violations

Campus Supervisor works with SRO to locate driver.  Student driver is called into conference with Campus Supervisor – student’s name is entered into Campus with notation of conference and behavior of Disobedience/Defiance, and issued a parking ticket for $15.

Campus Supervisor works with SRO to locate driver.  Student driver is called into conference with Campus Supervisor – student’s name entered into Campus with notation of conference and behavior of Disobedience/Defiance, student’s parent is contacted with notice of 2nd conference and second parking ticket for $30.

Campus Supervisor works with SRO to locate driver and writes a referral to Administration.  Administration conferences with student driver, enters data into Campus with notation of conference and behavior of Disobedience/Defiance, assigns ISS to student, Ticket for 3rd offense is $65

           **Police will be contacted in addition to the consequence above                             In-School Suspension may be assigned by Administrative discretion