• 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 student's exam exemption. In addition, students are not allowed to participate in extracurricular activities during their period of in-school suspension.
     
    Students will report to the ISS room at the designated lunch time to lunch detention.  ISS will take students to cafeteria.  Lunch will be taken back to the classroom to eat.
     
    During an assignment to ISS, students are required to bring all textbooks, notebooks, paper, pens, and pencils needed for the school day. Students should report to ISS upon coming to school. The ISS teacher will take students to breakfast and lunch.