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     Policy # 606.2.1
    PUBLIC CONDUCT ON SCHOOL PROPERTY
    The restrictions on public conduct on school property and at school functions contained in this policy are not intended to limit freedom of speech or peaceful assembly. The district recognizes that free inquiry and free expression are indispensable to the goals of a free society. The purpose of this policy is to maintain public order and prevent abuse of the rights of others.
    Disruptive Conduct- Persons present on school property shall not disrupt or interfere with educational activities and operations, including any extra-curricular or school-sponsored activities. Administrators and or designees may direct persons who have engaged in such conduct to leave school property, may request the assistance of law enforcement officials and may impose conditions or a total ban upon the individual’s future presence on school property.
    An individual commits interference with or disruption of an educational institution by engaging in any of the following activities;
    1. Making threats of physical injury; making profane, obscene or harassing remarks or demonstrating aggressive behavior towards an employee or student of a school or a guest, or the property of an employee, student or guest of the school.
    2. Physical or verbal abuse or threat of harm to any person on property owned or controlled by the district or supervised functions, home or away, sponsored by the district.
    3. Use of speech or language that is offensive or inappropriate to the public-school educational environment and/or school sponsored events, at home or away.
    4. Threatening to damage district property.
    5. Remaining on the property of a school district which results in interference with the lawful use of the property to others.
    6. Refusing to follow or obey a lawful order given by the Superintendent or his/her designee designed to maintain order.
    PERSONS WHO ENGAGE IN DISORDERLY CONDUCT OF ANY KIND MAY BE SUBJECT TO REMOVAL FROM THE FACILITY OR EVENT AND MAY BE BANNED FROM DISTRICT EVENTS FOR UP TO 365 DAYS.
    An individual who interferes with or disrupts an educational institution is committing a misdemeanor or felony and is subject to charges being filed and fines assessed.
    The Board directs the Superintendent or his/her designee to develop and maintain a Code Of Conduct for Spectators at District Sponsored Events for inclusion with the district’s athletic handbook, parent/student handbook and posted on the district’s website.


    Policy # 606.2.1

     

    PUBLIC CONDUCT ON SCHOOL PROPERTY

     

    The restrictions on public conduct on school property and at school functions (any event where school teams are participating) contained in this policy are not intended to limit freedom of speech or peaceful assembly.  The district recognizes that free inquiry and free expression are indispensable to the goals of a free society.  The purpose of this policy is to maintain public order and prevent abuse of the rights of others.

     

    An individual commits interference with or disruption of an educational institution by engaging in any of the following activities:

    1. Making threats of physical injury to an employee or student of a school or a guest, or the property of an employee, student or guest of the school.
    2. Threatening to damage district property.

     

    A person may additionally interfere with or disrupt District functions by:

    1. Physical or verbal abuse or threat of harm to any person on property owned or controlled by the District or supervised functions sponsored by the District.
    2. Use of speech or language that is offensive or inappropriate to the public school educational environment and/or school sponsored events.

     

    Remaining on the property of a school district which results in interference with the lawful use of the property to others.

    Refusing to follow/obey a lawful order given by the Superintendent or his/her designee designed to maintain order.

    An individual who interferes with or disrupts an educational institution is committing a misdemeanor or felony and is subject to charges being filed and fines assessed.

     

     

    No mention of Bans/Suspension

     

    No mention of progressive matrix