STUDENT POLICY PAMPHLET
The Tustin Unified School District is dedicated to providing educational programs for all students on school campuses that are safe, secure and free from violence. Every student shall attend school punctually and regularly; conform to the regulations of the school; and obey promptly all the directions of teachers and others in authority. Students shall be held strictly accountable for their conduct. Students who do not exercise the required self-control shall be subject to disciplinary action. The District encourages and solicits the cooperation of parents in regulating the conduct of students.
Students are subject to disciplinary action for misbehavior. Disciplinary action may include, but is not limited to: counseling; conferences with teachers, counselors, or administrators; detention; class suspension; Saturday school; suspension from school; referral to site guidance committee; involuntary transfer; or expulsion. Students may also be subject to the alternative disciplinary action of community service on school grounds during non-school hours. Community service may include but is not limited to: outdoor school beautification; campus betterment; teacher or peer assistance programs.
Tustin Unified School District lists the following behaviors as unacceptable on school grounds, going to or coming from school, during lunch period on or off campus, or at any school-related activities. Students may be suspended and/or expelled for any or all of the following:
Causing, attempting to cause, or threatening to cause physical injury to another person [E.C. 48900(a)]