Student Discipline and Behavior Support

  • The Student Discipline and Behavior Support Department (located on the former Bishop Spaugh Community Academy campus) provides programs and services for students with specific needs that have not been met in a traditional educational setting.  In addition, the department provides services and strategies to facilitate a safe and orderly school environment. We help prepare students behaviorally for academic success.

    Mission Statement

    The mission of the Student Discipline and Behavior Support Department is to develop a foundation for academic success by providing preventative and responsive behavioral support for all stakeholders.

    Vision Statement

    To impact student achievement by cultivating positive relationships and inclusive environments through student-centered approaches that produce self-efficacy in behavioral education and practices.

    Examples that clarify our purpose: 

    • Manage or modify student behavior
    • Rehabilitate students to re-enter the mainstream
    • Access and utilize student learning styles and communicate to the  home school
    • Identify/diagnose problems/needs of students
    • Facilitate an effective learning environment for students who have violated rules in the code of student conduct
    • Provide alternatives for students who have violated rules in the code of student conduct
    • Allow students who have displayed behavioral issues to progress academically

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    Driving Home the Dream Award

    Nominate an exceptional non-instructional staff member for the 2023-2024 Driving Home the Dream Award! Do you know someone who goes above and beyond to build positive relationships with students and staff? Keffer Hyundai and CMS' Student Discipline Behavior Support Department are partnering to award one outstanding staff member with a complimentary one-year car lease. Don't miss this opportunity to recognize their exceptional contributions!

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  • My student was suspended from school. What are my options?

  • I thought students could only be suspended for up to ten days. What are the circumstances for a student receiving a long-term suspension?

  • What happens when a student receives a long-term suspension (10 or more days)?

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