Depending on the severity, interventions for inappropriate high school behaviours may be initiated at the level deemed appropriate for intervention by the school administration.
Intervention Strategies A. Verbal warning - communicate concern to student (during class if appropriate) B. Relocate the student within the classroom to regain focus C. Conference w/ student to develop strategies (Plan for Change) to avoid reoccurrences D. Relocate student to a designated classroom E. In-class detention for 20 minutes at lunch or after school F. Phone call to parents G. Written assignment: G1 - Self-reflection essay on inappropriate behaviour(s) G2 - Rewrite to 80% G3 - No rewrite allowed G4 - A mark of “0” awarded H. Referral to Personal Counselor H1 - Referral to Drug and Alcohol Counselor I. Parent conference J. Referral to office K. Tuesday or Thursday Extended Detention 3:20 - 4:00 p.m. L. In-school Time Out (up to 1 day) M. Out-of-school Dismissal (up to 2.5 days) N. Out-of-school Suspension (3-4 days) O. Staff/Community Mentoring P. Community Group Conferencing Q. Restitution (school/community service) R. RCMP referral S. Loss of eligibility for Yukon Achievement Award T. Tutoring services provided through the school U. Specified seating for examinations V. Behaviour Contract (acknowledging loss of course credit for repeated offence)* W. Loss of course credit X. Out-of-school suspension (5-10 days) Y. Loss of specific privileges (duration to be determined by school administration)** Z. Recommendation to School Council for extended suspension *(A behaviour contract identifies concerns and consequences in the event of future reoccurances. It may also have certain stipulations (e.g. mandatory student participation in drug and alcohol counselling or restitution) prior to or concurrent with school attendance). ** Refers to loss of those privileges related to the offence (i.e., loss of gym privileges for incidents occurring in the gym such as: vandalization of gym equipment, locker room theft, fighting, etc.