Expelled definition

Expelled means termination of educational services for the remainder of the school year or up to 90 school days, whichever is longer.

Examples of Expelled in a sentence

  • Students who have been expelled or suspended shall receive from the teacher(s) assigned to such a Program for Expelled and Suspended Students, the academic program required under the Education Act, Regulations and applicable Ministry of Education Memorandum.

  • Students Suspended or Expelled From Other SchoolsAny student who is currently suspended or expelled from another school must attend at least one semester at another school before applying to Conway Christian School.

  • The teacher assigned to such a Program for Expelled and Suspended Students shall be outside or above the elementary class size provisions as set out in the Education Act or the class size provisions contained herein.

  • Each time a student is assigned to such a program for Expelled and Suspended Students, the Board shall notify and discuss program supports needed, if any, with the bargaining Unit.

  • The workload for teachers delivering such a Program for Expelled and Suspended Students shall be as set out in this collective agreement.


More Definitions of Expelled

Expelled means termination of educational services for the remainder of the school year or up to 90 school days, whichever is longer. Procedures shall be established by the school administration for allowing items that fall under any of the definitions of this policy into school for educational purposes.
Expelled for purposes of this rule means a denial of school services at the student's school of residence for at least 60 consecutive school days. Expulsion differs from suspension in that a suspension is a less drastic method of discipline and generally continues for a shorter period than expulsion. A student shall be expelled by the local school board consistent with Section 53A-11-903.
Expelled means removal from the student's regular school program at the location where the violation occurred or removal from school attendance altogether, as determined by the school official; and
Expelled means. Unless modified by the Board pursuant to Board policy, the termination for at least a calendar year of educational services to a student.
Expelled means expulsion as a Member, Student, Affiliate or Member Firm of the I n s t i t u t e indefinitely.
Expelled means. Unless modified by the Board pursuant to Board policy, the termination for at least a calendar year of educational services to a student. SanctionsAny student who brings a firearm to school, or who possesses a firearm at school shall be brought by the Superintendent to the School Board for an expulsion hearing. A student found by the Board after a hearing to have brought a firearm to school shall be expelled for at least one calendar year. However, the Board may modify the expulsion on a case by case basis when it finds circumstances such as, but not limited to: 1. The student was unaware that he or she had brought a firearm to school. 2. The student did not intend to use the firearm to threaten or endanger others.3. The student is disabled and the misconduct is related to the disability.4. The student does not present an ongoing threat to others and a lengthy expulsion would not serve the best interests of the pupil. At the discretion of the Board and administration, an expelled student may be afforded limited educational services at a site other than the school during the period of expulsion under this policy. Policy ImplementationAn expulsion hearing conducted under this policy shall afford due process as required by law and according to procedure developed by the Superintendent or his or her designee. The Superintendent shall refer to appropriate law enforcement agency any student who brings a firearm to a school under the control and supervision of the School District. The Superintendent may also report any incident subject to this policy to the Department of Social and Rehabilitative Services. The Superintendent shall annually provide the Commissioner of Education with descriptions of the circumstances surrounding expulsions imposed under this policy, the number of students expelled and the type of firearms involved.