Permanent exclusion definition

Permanent exclusion means the student is banned forever from attending a public school in the State of Ohio. (See Policy 5610.01)
Permanent exclusion means that the Pupil is required to leave the School permanently in circumstances described in clause 8.11. Removal: means that the permanent removal of the Pupil from the School is required in circumstances described in clause 8.13.
Permanent exclusion means the student is banned forever from attending a public school in the State of Ohio.

Examples of Permanent exclusion in a sentence

  • Permanent exclusion" shall mean the student is banned forever from attending a public school in the State of Ohio.

  • Permanent exclusion is seen as a very serious matter and will only be used as a last resort.

  • Permanent exclusion may be appropriate under certain circumstances.

  • In either case there must be sufficient grounds that comply with the requirements of legislation, however the following distinction between Temporary and Permanent exclusion can be made: Temporary Exclusion: a time-limited exclusion imposed by the Headteacher at the conclusion of which the child or young person returns to their current school.

  • Permanent exclusion would be considered by the Governors in extreme cases.


More Definitions of Permanent exclusion

Permanent exclusion means the prohibition of a pupil forever from attending any public school in this state that is operated by a city, local, exempted village, or joint vocational school district.
Permanent exclusion means the student is banned forever from attending a public school in the State of Ohio. (See Board Policy 5610.01) A copy of this policy is to be posted in a central location in each school and made available to students and parents upon request. Key provisions of the policy should also be included in the parent-student handbook. Ohio Revised Code 3313.66 requires that students are provided with a written notice of intent to suspend prior to being suspended. The statute also requires that students and parents are provided with a written notice of intent to expel. The notices shall include:
Permanent exclusion means the prohibition of a student forever from attending any public school in Ohio that is operated by a city, local, exempted village, or joint vocational school district.
Permanent exclusion means the student is banned forever from attending a public school in the State of Ohio. This process is formal and will usually follow an expulsion with the proper notification to the parents.
Permanent exclusion means the student is banned forever from attending a public school in the State of Ohio. (See Policy 5610.01) If a student is expelled for more than twenty (20) school days or for any period of time that extends into the next school year, the Superintendent shall provide the student and his/her parents with the names, addresses, and telephone numbers of those public or private agencies in the community which offer programs or services that help to rectify the student’s behaviors and attitudes that contributed to the incident(s) that caused the expulsion.
Permanent exclusion means the student is banned forever from attending a public school in the State of Ohio. (See Policy 5610.01- Permanent Exclusion of Nondisabled Students)
Permanent exclusion means any medical condition or injury for which a Contracted Player will not be covered.