Student Code of Conduct and Restorative Discipline
School District U-46 considers it best practice for children to be engaged in an academic setting. We use a restorative discipline approach that emphasizes relationships and community.
Through the use of restorative discipline, we resolve conflicts, encourage our school community members to take responsibility for their behavior, repair any harm done, restore relationships, and reintegrate students into the school community.
We are committed to applying school discipline policies and practices in a fair and equitable manner so as not to disproportionately impact students of color, students with disabilities, LGBT students, students with limited English proficiency, or other at-risk students that have been historically marginalized in schools.
**Please note that there may be instances where changes to federal, state and/or local laws and regulations may change during the school year. In any instance where this document conflicts with School Board Policy or updated legal precedent, School Board policy and law shall govern.
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