- Community Service (48900.6).
Instead of disciplinary action, the principal, Superintendent, or designee may require a student to perform community service on school grounds during non-school hours. Community service may include, but is not limited to, work performed on school grounds in the areas of outdoor beautification, campus betterment, and teacher or peer assistance programs. This does not apply to instances where suspension or expulsion is required.
- Parent Attendance for Portion of School Day (48900.1).
The Governing Board is required to adopt a policy authorizing teachers to provide that the parent(s) of a student who has been suspended by a teacher for reasons identified below attend a portion of a school day in his or her child's classroom. This applies only when the student has been suspended for committing an obscene act, engaging in habitual vulgarity, disrupting school activities, or defying school authority.
- Supervised Suspension Classroom (48911.1).
A student who has been suspended may be assigned, by the principal or principal's designee, to a supervised suspension classroom for the entire period of suspension if the student poses no imminent danger or threat to the campus, students, or staff, or if an action to expel the student has not been initiated.
- Suspension From a Single Class (48910).
A teacher has the authority to suspend a student from his or her class for the period in which the suspension is ordered and continuing the following day. The teacher must refer the student to the principal for a determination as to whether further disciplinary action is required. Such action may be taken if the student engages in an act for which suspension is allowed on the first offense and such act is committed during that teacher's class time.