Helping disruptive kids in the classroom

Policy cites evidence-based practices


With increasing disruptive student behavior in its secondary schools, including vandalizing bathrooms, the Shelton School District has revised its disciplinary policy to better define procedures aimed at keeping students in the classroom.

The Shelton School Board unanimously passed June 27 the revised policy, which calls for “ensuring fairness, equity and due process in the administration of discipline.” The board gave the revisions preliminary approval at its June 13 meeting.

The revised policy states the district will administer discipline “in ways that respond to the needs and str...

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