• In-School Suspension

    In-school suspension (ISS) is a program used by the administration as an alternative to out-of-school suspension. ISS students are excluded from following their regular class schedule. Assignments from the classroom teachers are sent to the ISS classroom. Since ISS is a form of punishment, placement in ISS will affect a students exam exemption. In addition, students are not allowed to participate in extracurricular activities during their period of in-school suspension.
     
    During an assignment to ISS, students are required to bring all textbooks, notebooks, paper, pens, and pencils needed for the school day.