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CODE OF STUDENT CONDUCT

2015-2016

Student Rights, Responsibilities and Character Development Handbook

P.O. Box 30035 • Charlotte, NC 28230 • www.cms.k12.nc.us

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education

Mary McCray

Chairperson, At-Large (704) 281-6074 [email protected]

Timothy S. Morgan

Ruby M. Jones

(704) 577-3102 [email protected]

(704) 794-5299 [email protected]

Ericka Ellis-Stewart

Tom Tate

At-Large

District 4

(704) 763-5400 [email protected]

(704) 502-3093 [email protected]

Rhonda Lennon

Eric C. Davis

District 1

District 5

(704) 564-3382 [email protected]

(704) 651-0217 [email protected]

Thelma Byers-Bailey, Esq.

Paul Baily

District 2

District 6

(980) 272-1943 [email protected]

(704) 519-9096 [email protected]

District 3

Vice-chairperson, At-Large

VISION

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools provides all students the best education available anywhere, preparing every child to lead a rich and productive life.

MISSION

The mission of Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools is to maximize academic achievement by every student in every school.

Table of Contents Student and Parent Acknowledgement and Pledge.............1 Letter from Ann Clark, superintendent..............................3 Character Traits..................................................................4 Section I. Student Rights and Responsibilities................. 5 Safe and Orderly Educational Environment....................5 Attendance......................................................................5 Student Counseling Services...........................................5 Free Speech/Expression...................................................5 Privacy and Property Rights............................................6 Safe Harbor Provision.....................................................6 Participation in Extracurricular/ Co-curricular Activities...................................................6 Student Dress..................................................................6 Behavior on the School Bus or at the Bus Stop................6 Conduct while on School Property.................................7 Transfer when Criminal Charges are Pending..................7 School Property..............................................................7 Section II. Disciplinary Response Code Overview............ 7 Treatment of Administrators, Teachers and Staff.............7 Participation in a Rule Violation.....................................7 Conduct Away from School Property..............................8 Truancy...........................................................................8 Possession of Illegal Substances.......................................8 Possession of Weapons....................................................8 Personal Technology Devices...........................................8 Reports to Law Enforcement Agencies............................8 Reports to Department of Social Services........................8 Reports to Department of Motor Vehicles.......................8 Section III. Disciplinary Responses.................................. 8 Tier I .............................................................................9 Tier II.............................................................................9 Tier III .........................................................................10 Tier IV..........................................................................10 Tier V...........................................................................10 S