What will happen if my student does not behave in class?
Students need to behave in ways that do not interfere with their learning or the learning of other students. Every teacher has a progressive discipline plan that he/she will communicate to parents. Teachers may assign consequences such as lunch detention and should contact parents if student behavior in class is a concern. If the student’s behavior does not improve, the teacher may refer the student to the SSO for additional consequences such as lunch detention, in-house suspension or Saturday School. Parents will be notified if students are assigned consequences other than lunch detention. Wooster strives for a safe campus, and fighting, taping of fights, harassment, and bullying are never acceptable. Administrators assign consequences for such behaviors in accordance with the WCSD Behavior Matrix and applicable policies and procedures. Parents will be contacted if their student is involved in serious behaviors such as these.