Suspension Intervention Program
This is a free program offered to families who are seeking an option to bring their child to a safe and nurturing environment during their time on out-of-school short-term suspension. Mentoring is a major artery of the program. Youth mentoring works best when goals focus on developing trusting relationships with peers and adults. Parental involvement is vital and beneficial.
Monday - Friday
8:00 A.M. - 4:00 P.M.
Navigating educational, community, and family dynamics, and Basic Financial Information
Thursdays 5:00 P.M. - 6:30 P.M.
In Accordance with the Cumberland County School Code of Conduct 4300. R Violations, handbook.
Class I Violations: Behaviors that do not significantly violate the rights of others, and do not appear chronic.
Dress Code Violation Inappropriate Items on School Property/Use
Falsification of Information Inappropriate Language/Disrespect
Honor Code Violation Possession/Use of Tobacco
* Maximum of two (2) days suspension for each offense. This violation may result in disciplinary action as determined proper by the building principal which may include short-term suspension not to exceed 5 days.
This violation may result in assignment to In-School Suspension and/or short-term suspension not to exceed 5 days.
Class II Violations: Behaviors that significantly violate the rights of others or put others at risk of harm.
Communicating Threats to a Student
Cyberbullying Disorderly Conduct
Disruptive Behavior Harassment – Verbal
This violation may result in short-term suspension or other disciplinary measures as deemed necessary by the building principal. This violation may result in a short-term suspension of up to 10 days. This violation may result in short-term suspension and/or disciplinary reassignment to an alternative program as deemed necessary by the building principal.
Upon suspension, parents are to contact the organization.
Every teacher and child deserves a safe and conducive environment to teach and learn.