When a student’s behavior has become disruptive in the classroom or during a school activity, preventing a successful learning and respectful atmosphere, a teacher or staff member may ask a student to complete a success plan in the planning room. To complete a success plan, the student must understand the rule that they have broken, why that rule is important, and what they could do differently to be successful the next time. Part of the plan may include an apology to people that they may have offended. Upon completion of the success plan, students may return to their regular schedule.
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