ALA Secondary Disciplinary Procedures

American Leadership Academy's

Secondary Discipline Procedure

(**All minor and major infractions will start over for students at the beginning of each quarter)

 (***Students with IEP's or 504 will receive consequences in accordance with their program)


Minor Disciplines

  • Minor Damage/Misuse of Property
  • Disruption of Class- Anything that prevents others from learning
  • R-rated swearing or Racial slurs (written or spoken)
  • Inappropriate Public Display of Affection
  • Disrespect toward Faculty or Staff
  • Computer Use Violation
  • Minor Harassment
  • Teasing
  • Willful Disobedience
    • Dress Code after 3 warnings
    • Cell phone violation after 3 warnings

Consequences for Minor Infractions

First Offense:

- Parent(s) or Guardian(s) are notified by administration of the infraction.

- The student will be issued a warning and meets with an administrator.

- Life Skill Modules may be assigned.

Second Offense:

- Parent(s) or Guardian(s) is notified by administration of the infraction.

- The student may be assigned after school detention (1 Hour).

- Life Skill Modules may be assigned.

Third Offense:

-Parent(s) or Guardian(s) is notified by administration of the infraction.

-Student may be assigned 2 days of after school detention (1 Hour).

-Student may be put on a tracking sheet.

- Life Skill Modules may be assigned.

Fourth Offense:

- Parent(s) or Guardian(s) are notified by administration of the infraction.

- The student may be suspended from school for a minimum of 2 school days and a maximum of 4 school days. These days will be served as in school suspension days.

-The student and parent(s)/guardian(s) will be required to meet with administration.

- The student may be placed on a behavior contract for the rest of the term.

- Life Skills Modules may be assigned.

- The student is not eligible to participate or attend any school activities while on suspension and until assigned Life Skills Modules are completed.

Fifth Offense:

-  Parent(s) or Guardian(s) are notified by administration of the infraction.

- The student may be suspended (out of school) for the rest of the quarter and all course work will need to be completed through ALA's online programs.

- The student is not eligible to participate or attend any school activities while on suspension.

- Life Skills Modules may be assigned.

- Student is not eligible to participate or attend any school activities while on suspension and until assigned Life Skills Modules are completed.


Major Disciplines:

  • Repetitive Harassment (physical, sexual, or verbal threats or behavior)
  • Lewd gestures or speech
  • Stealing
  • Hazing
  • Vandalism or Destruction of property
  • Voyeurism (taking inappropriate pictures or videos of others in private areas such as bathrooms, locker rooms, changing rooms, etc.)
  • Possession of or viewing pornography
  • Bullying or Cyber-bullying (Repetitive threats or behavior of intimidation towards others)
  • Physical Fighting of any kind
  • Extreme Violent behavior in action, word, or representation

Consequences for Major Infractions:

First Offense:

- Parent(s) or Guardian(s) are notified by administration of the infraction.

- The student may be suspended from school for one school week (4 days). These days will be served in school.

- Life Skills Modules may be assigned.

-The student and parent(s)/guardian(s) will be required to meet with administration.

- Student may be placed on a behavior contract for the rest of the quarter.

- Student is not eligible to participate or attend any school activities while on suspension and until assigned Life Skills Modules are completed.

Second Offense:

-  Parent(s) or Guardian(s) are notified by administration of the infraction.

- The student may be suspended (out of school) for the rest of the quarter and all course work will need to be completed through ALA's online programs.

- Life Skills Modules may be assigned.

- The Student is not eligible to participate or attend any school activities while on suspension and until assigned Life Skills Modules are completed.


If a student’s behavior involves law enforcement due to illegal activity, the student may be suspended for the remainder of the year or expelled. This includes:

(a) possessing or using a weapon at school, on school premises, or at a school function to intimidate or threaten another person.

(b) possessing or using illegal drugs, or selling or soliciting the sale of a controlled substance, while at school, on school premises, or at a school function

(c) inflicting serious bodily injury upon another person while at school, on school premises, or at a school function.