• Middle School Handbook

    The Middle School Handbook includes information about curriculum, policies and disciplinary procedures.
     
    The District 200 schools employ a variety of disciplinary measures to maintain a safe educational atmosphere. Students who display undesirable behavior are disciplined to help correct such behavior and to help them develop self-discipline. When a student is involved in a disciplinary action, the student will be afforded individual attention in a constructive manner. Discipline procedures will follow due process of law, including providing for appeals to other school authorities. For additional support, parents are informed of disciplinary action to enable the home and the school to work together to correct such behavior. A student’s conduct is a personal matter of self-discipline that demonstrates respect for authority and concern for the rights of others. All students are expected to know school rules that relate to conduct and discipline because inappropriate behavior disrupts the opportunity to learn.

     
Last Modified on May 23, 2018