Adobe Resorative Justice Plan 19-20 (Updated Jan20)
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Adobe 2019-2020 Restorative Justice Plan
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InfractionGrade LevelApplicable ECSD/NRS Code1st Violation2nd Violation3rd Violation4th Violation5th Violation6th Violation7th Violation
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Bus Conduct and Citations (Minor Infraction)K-12JCCCDriver gives verbal warning to student by name.Driver changes seat assignment of student.
Driver issued first written misconduct report. Parent conference or written notification to parent by administration.Driver issued second written misconduct report. Student may be suspended from riding school transportation for 3 to 5 days (determined by administration). Parent conference to be held prior to reinstatement.Driver issuesd third written misconduct report. Student suspended from riding bus minimum of 10 days by administration. Parent conference held prior to reinstatement.Driver issued fourth written misconduct report. Student suspended from riding bus minimum of 30 days by administration.Parent conference held prior to reinstatement.Driver issued fifth written misconduct report. Student excluded from the bus for the balance of the year by administration. Parent conference and/or written notification.
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Classroom/Activity Disruption, Profanity/Inappropriate Speech (Minor Infraction)K-12JDB, NRS 392.9103-6D PC, D 6-10DPC, 6-10D or ISSPC, ISS/OSS -
1-5 day
Progressive from previous step
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Dress Code Violation (Minor Infraction)K-12JCD, JDBVerbal Warning, Change ClothingPC, D 1 - 3 days, Change ClothingPC, ISS 1 - 3 days, Change ClothingPC, ISS/OSS 1 - 5 days, Change ClothingProgressive from previous step
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EDV Policy - Use/Misuse by Pupils of Pager, Cell Phone, Electronic, or Digital Devices During Class/Passing Time ED violations are cumulative from 7th – 12th grades. (Minor Infraction)K-12JDBA, NRS 392.4637 PC, Warning, Device Confiscated, parent/guardian notified, device returned to Parent/Guardian only.PC, D 1 - 3 days, Device Confiscated & Returned to Parent/Guardian only.PC, ISS 1 - 5 days, Device Confiscated & Returned to Parent/Guardian only, ED privileges lost for 90 school days.PC, ISS/OSS 1 - 5 days, Device Confiscated & Returned to Parent/Guardian only, ED privileges lost for 180 school days, HDP notice.Progressive from previous step
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InfractionGrade LevelApplicable ECSD/NRS Code1st Violation2nd Violation3rd Violation4th Violation5th Violation
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Public Display of Affection (PDA) (Minor Infraction)5th-12thJDBVerbal WarningPC, D
1 - 3 days
PC, D/ISS
1 - 5 days
Parent Conference, D/ISS
3 - 5 days
Progressive from previous step
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Loitering (Minor Infraction)7th -12thJDB, NRS 207.270, 393.410PC, Verbal warningPC, D, SRO
1 - 5 days
PC, ISS/OSS, SRO
1 - 5 days
PC, OSS, SRO
1 - 5 days
Progressive from previous step
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Skipping Detention/ISS (Minor Infraction)K-12JDBD 1 additional day added to totalPC, ISS
1 - 3 days
PC, ISS/OSS
1 - 3 days
PC, OSS
1 – 5 days
Progressive from previous step
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Tardies (Minor Infraction)K-12JDB5 tardies = 3D10 tardies = 5D, PC15 tardies = 5D, PC20 tardies = 5D, PCProgressive from previous step
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Truancy (Minor Infraction)K-12JBC, NRS 392.130, 392.140PC, D/ISS,
1 - 3 days
PC, D/ ISS,
1 - 5 days
PC, SRO, ISS 3 -5 days, (NRS 392.140) - HT designationProgressive from previous step
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Truancy - students over 18 (no citations issued) (Minor Infraction)9th-12th JBC, NRS 392.130, 392.140PC, D, SRO
1 - 3 days
PC, D, SRO
1 - 5 days
PC, SRO, ISS 1 - 3 days, HT designation,
D 1 -3 days
PC, SRO, D 1 - 5 days, HT designation,
ISS 1 - 5 days
Progressive from previous step
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Cheating/Plagiarism (Minor Infraction)K-12JDB, NRS 392.461Teacher Verbal Warning, possible zero on assignment-PC by teacherPC, Office referral, D 1-3 days, possible zero on assignmentParent Conference, D/ISS/OSS 1-3 daysPC, possible loss of credit for class, student removed from class and placed in study hall
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Impairing Health, Safety or Welfare of others (Major Infraction) K-12JDBD/ISS/OSS, 1 - 3 days PC, ISS/OSS
1 - 3 days
PC, OSS
1 - 5 Days
Progressive from previous step
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Inciting Conflict or Aiding the Inciting of Conflict (Major Infraction)K-12JDBPC, D/ISS/OSS 1-3 DaysPC, D/ISS/OSS 1-5 DaysPC, D/ISS/OSS 3-5 DaysProgressive from previous step
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Insubordination/Disrespect (Major Infraction) K-12JDBPC, D/ISS/OSS - 1 - 3 daysPC, ISS/OSS
3 - 5 days
PC, OSS
3 - 10 days
Progressive from previous step
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Profanity/Inappropriate Speech directed at Staff (Major Infraction)K-12JDB, NRS 392.910PC, ISS/OSS
1 - 3 days
PC, ISS/OSS
1 - 10 days
Progressive from previous step
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Theft (Major Infraction) K-12JDB, NRS 205.0832PC, ISS/OSS
1 - 3 days,
SRO's may file police report (restitution may apply).
PC, ISS/OSS
1 - 5 days
SRO's may file police report(restitution may apply).
PC, OSS
5 - 10 days,
SRO's may file police report(restitution may apply).
Progressive from previous step
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InfractionGrade LevelApplicable ECSD/NRS Code1st Violation2nd Violation3rd Violation4th Violation5th Violation6th Violation
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Use/Possession - Nicotine Product (e-cigarettes, etc) (Major Infraction) K-12JDBPC, ISS
3 Days
PC, ISS
3-5 Days
PC, OSS
1-3 Days
PC, OSS
3-5 Days
PC, OSS
5-10 Days
PC, OSS
HD, LTS 90+ days, NRS 392.4655
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Vandalism, Damage to School Property (Major Infraction) K-12JDB, NRS 393.410PC, D/ISS/OSS
3- 5 days, restitution,
SRO may file a police report.
PC, D/ISS/OSS
5 - 7 days, restitution,
SRO may file a police report.
PC, ISS/OSS
5 - 10 days, restitution,
SRO may file a police report.
Progressive from previous step
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Bullying, Cyber-Bullying, Harassment, Verbal, Physical, or Sexual (Major Infraction) K-12JDA, JDAB, JDBA, NRS 388.122, 388.123PC/D/ISS/OSS - 1-3 Days SRO Contact Complete ECSD Bullying and Cyber-Bullying Investigation Report. Notice of investigation sent to the parents of all students involved.PC/ISS/OSS - 3-5 Days SRO Contact Complete ECSD Bullying and Cyber-Bullying Investigation Report - Notice of investigation sent to the parents of all students involved. PC/OSS - 5-10 Days SRO Contact Complete ECSD Bullying and Cyber-Bullying Investigation Report - Notice of investigation sent to the the parents of all students involved. PC/OSS - 10 Day Pending completion of investigation. SRO Contact Complete ECSD Bullying and Cyber-Bullying Investigation Report - Notice of investigation sent to the parents of all students involved. Long-term suspension, NRS 392.4655
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Gang Activities (Major Infraction) K-12NRS 388.122, 392.4635PC, D/ISS/OSS 3 - 5 days,
SRO will file a police report.
PC, ISS/OSS 5 - 7 days,
SRO will file a police report.
PC, OSS 5 - 10 days,
SRO will file a police report.
PC, OSS 5 - 10 days,
SRO will file a police report.
PC, OSS 10 days,
SRO will file a police report, HDP, LTS
90+ days, NRS 392.4655
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InfractionGrade LevelApplicable ECSD/NRS Code1st Violation2nd Violation3rd Violation4th Violation5th Violation
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Use/Possession - Controlled Substance (alcohol is not a controlled substance (Major Infraction)K-12JDB, NRS 202.020 453.566PC, OSS 5 days,
3-day ALERT option,
SRO will file a police report.
PC, OSS 10 days,
SRO will file a police report.
PC, OSS 10+ days,
SRO will file a police report.
PC, OSS 10+ days,
SRO will file a police report.
PC, OSS 10 days,
SRO will file a police report, HDP, LTS
90+ days, NRS 392.4655
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Use/Possession/Distribution of Alcohol (Major Infraction) K-12JDB, NRS 202.020, 453.566PC, OSS 3-5 days, SRO will file a police report.PC, OSS 5-10 days, SRO will file a police report.PC, OSS 10+ days, SRO will file a police report.PC, OSS 10+ days, SRO will file a police report.PC, OSS 10 days, SRO will file a police report, HDP, LTS 90+ days, NRS 392.4655
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Possession of Firearm or Dangerous Weapon (Major Infraction) K-12JDB, JDDC, NRS 392.466, 202.265PC/OSS/SRO/IR Up to 10 days pending investigation, HDP - LTS
180 days, 392.4655, SRO will file a police report.
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Sale of or distribution of a Controlled Substance (alcohol is not a controlled substance) (Major Infraction) K-12NRS 392.466PC/OSS/SRO/IR – up to 10 days pending investigation, HDP - LTS
90+ days, 392.4655, SRO will file a police report.
PC/OSS/SRO/IR – up to 10 days pending investigation, HDP - LTS
Permanently expelled, 392.4655, SRO will file a police report.
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InfractionGrade LevelApplicable ECSD/NRS Code1st Violation2nd Violation
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Commits Battery of School Employee (Major Infraction) K-12NRS 392.466PC/OSS/SRO/IR – up to 10 days pending investigation, HDP - LTS
90+ days, 392.4655, SRO will file a police report.
PC/OSS/SRO/IR – up to 10 days pending investigation, HDP - LTS
Permanently expelled, 392.4655, SRO will file a police report.
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Habitual Discipline Problem-Threatened or extorted a pupil, a teacher, or other personnel employed by the school twice in one school year or student has a record of 5 supensions within a school year. (Major Infraction) K-12NRS 392.466 May develop a behavior plan before deeming a student habitualPC/OSS/SRO/IR – up to 10 days pending investigation, HDP - LTS
May be suspended for
90- days, 392.4655, SRO will file a police report.
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Fighting (Major Infraction) K-12JDB, JDEAA, NRS 392.910, 203.010PC, OSS - 3-5 days
Written Notification to parents, may report to SRO, may develop behavior plan.
PC/OSS/SRO/IR – up to 10 days pending investigation, HDP, LTS
90+ days, NRS 392.910 and 203.010 May file police report.
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*Consequences may deviate from The Adobe Restorative Discipline Plan based on perimeters of NRS 392.466 when it pertains to certain subgroups.
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Restortative Disipline Procedure: Any student who has reached the point of suspension following the progressive disipline plan (ISS or OSS) MUST have a behavior plan in place before a suspension can occur. This DOES NOT apply to discipliary instances where an OSS is mandated on the first offense. A behavior plan must be created for a student following any suspension event. (SB89)
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Definition of Abbreviations
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IR - Investigation Report: Must be sent to Central Office as soon as possible. We have 10 days from the first day of suspension to conduct a hearing if the parent appeals the suspension.
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ED – Electronic Device (includes cell phones, MP3 players, pagers, handheld games, computers, etc.)
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HDP - Habitual Disciplinary Problem: A classification of student behavior in NRS 392.4655 that results in a 90 – school day or more, long term suspension. The administration of a school may deem a student enrolled in the school a “Habitual Disciplinary Problem” if the school has written evidence to support the designation.
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HT – Habitual Truant: A student who has received his/her third truancy referral, citation, or notice.
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ISS - In-School Suspension: Student removed from regular classes and placed in an ISS room with supervision for the entire day. Classroom teachers will be notified of students serving ISS and will deliver class work to the ISS supervisor.
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JBB, JCD, JBB, etc. - Elko County School District Policies
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D - Detention; may be period detention, lunch detention, or combination of the two; i.e. 3LD and 3 period
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NRS - Nevada Revised Statue: Nevada state law statues.
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OSS - Out of School Suspension: Student is removed from campus and prohibited from coming back on to campus for any reason or attending any school sponsored activities for the duration of the OSS. When a student is assigned OSS it is required that a conference between the parent and administration take place either before the student leaves the campus or before the student returns to the campus.
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PC - Parent Contact: Parents will be contacted via mail whenever a discipline referral is received by administration. Other contact may come via phone, email, or face-to-face conference depending on the severity of the situation.
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TC – Truancy Citation: Issued by School Attendance Officer after being labeled a habitual disciplinary problem for every truancy thereafter. Truancy Court will be assigned after the a citation is issued.
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LTS - Long-term Suspension
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Minor Infraction - Infraction that will not result in an OSS on first offence.
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Major Infraction - Infraction that may result in OSS on the first offence or result in a LTS following progressive discipline plan.
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NRS
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* NRS 392.4655 Except as otherwise provided in this section, 1. a principal of a school may deem a pupil enrolled in the school a habitual disciplinary problem if the school has written evidence which documents that in 1 school year:
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(a) The pupil has threatened or extorted, or attempted to threaten or extort, another pupil or a teacher or other personnel employed by the school two or more times or the pupil has a record of five suspensions from the school for any reason; and
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 (b) The pupil has not entered into and participated in a plan of behavior.
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* NRS 392.466  Suspension or expulsion of pupil for battery on employee of school, possession of firearm or dangerous weapon, sale or distribution of controlled substance or status as habitual disciplinary problem; limitations for pupils with disabilities.
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1. Except as otherwise provided in this section, any pupil who commits a battery which results in the bodily injury of an employee of the school or who sells or distributes any controlled substance while on the premises of any public school, at an activity sponsored by a public school or on any school bus must, for the first occurrence, be suspended from that school, although the pupil may be placed in another kind of school, for at least a period equal to one semester for that school. For a second occurrence, the pupil must be permanently expelled from that school.
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2. Except as otherwise provided in this section, any pupil who is found in possession of a firearm or a dangerous weapon while on the premises of any public school, at an activity sponsored by a public school or on any school bus must, for the first occurrence, be expelled from the school for a period of not less than 1 year, although the pupil may be placed in another kind of school for a period not to exceed the period of the expulsion. For a second occurrence, the pupil must be permanently expelled from the school.
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3. Except as otherwise provided in this section, if a pupil is deemed a habitual disciplinary problem pursuant to NRS 392.4655, the pupil may be suspended from the school for a period equal to at least one semester for that school.
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4. If the pupil is expelled, or the period of the pupil’s suspension is for one school semester, the pupil must:
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(a) Enroll in a private school pursuant to chapter 394 of NRS, be homeschooled; or
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(b) Enroll in a program of independent study provided pursuant to NRS 389.155 for pupils who have been suspended or expelled from public school or a program of distance education provided pursuant to NRS 388.820 to 388.874, inclusive, if the pupil qualifies for enrollment and is accepted for enrollment in accordance with the requirements of the applicable program.
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7. Any pupil in grades 1 to 6, inclusive, except a pupil who has been found to have possessed a firearm in violation of subsection 2, may be suspended from school or permanently expelled from school pursuant to this section only after the board of trustees of the school district has reviewed the circumstances and approved this action in accordance with the procedural policy adopted by the board for such issues.
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8. A pupil who is participating in a program of special education pursuant to NRS 388.520, other than a pupil who is gifted and talented or who receives early intervening services, may, in accordance with the procedural policy adopted by the board of trustees of the school district for such matters, be:
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(a) Suspended from school pursuant to this section for not more than 10 days. Such a suspension may be imposed pursuant to this paragraph for each occurrence of conduct proscribed by subsection 1.
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(b) Suspended from school for more than 10 days or permanently expelled from school pursuant to this section only after the board of trustees of the school district has reviewed the circumstances and determined that the action is in compliance with the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, 20 U.S.C. §§ 1400 et seq.
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9. b. “Dangerous weapon” includes, without limitation, a blackjack, slungshot, billy, sand-club, sandbag, metal knuckles, dirk or dagger, a nunchaku, switchblade knife or trefoil, as defined in NRS 202.350, a butterfly knife or any other knife described in NRS 202.350, or any other object which is used, or threatened to be used, in such a manner and under such circumstances as to pose a threat of, or cause, bodily injury to a person.
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NRS 200.481 - “Battery” means any willful and unlawful use of force or violence upon the person of another.
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