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(a) Each governing body shall adopt a written school disciplinary and safety program. The program required under this subsection must be made available to students, parents, legal guardians, and the public and include written
(1) standards for student behavior and safety that reflect community standards and that include, at a minimum, basic requirements for respect and honesty; standards required under this paragraph must be developed and periodically reviewed with the collaboration of members of each school, parents, legal guardians, teachers, and other persons responsible for the students at a school; a governing body may require that standards developed under this paragraph be consistent for all schools in an attendance area or the district;
(2) standards relating to when a teacher is authorized to remove a student from the classroom for
(A) failure to follow student behavior and safety standards; or
(B) behavior described under AS 14.30.045(1) or (2);
(3) procedures for notifying teachers of dangerous students consistent with AS 47.12.310(b);
(4) standards relating to when a teacher, teacher's assistant, or other person responsible for students is authorized to use reasonable and appropriate force to maintain classroom safety and discipline as described under AS 11.81.430(a)(2);
(5) policies necessary to comply with provisions of state and federal law, including 20 U.S.C. 1400--1482 (Individuals with Disabilities Education Act);
(6) standards to address needs of students for whom mental health or substance abuse may be a contributing factor to noncompliance with the school disciplinary and safety program;
(7) policies for implementing a student conflict resolution strategy, including the nonviolent resolution or mediation of conflicts and procedures for reporting and resolving conflicts;
(8) procedures for periodic review and revision of the school disciplinary and safety program;
(9) policies and procedures consistent with standards for use of restraint and seclusion of students as described in AS 14.33.125.
(b) A school shall, on the same day as the incident, provide to the parent or legal guardian of an affected student information relating to an incident involving disruptive or violent behavior by the student that resulted in restraint or seclusion of the student by school personnel.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Alaska Statutes Title 14. Education, Libraries, and Museums § 14.33.120. School disciplinary and safety program - last updated April 21, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ak/title-14-education-libraries-and-museums/ak-st-sect-14-33-120/
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