Student-Parent Handbook Handbook 2018-08-20 - Page 23

 Suspension from school until a parent/guardian meeting has taken place; Law enforcement involvement; Enrolled in a drug abuse counseling program at the student’s expense; Drug testing every two at the student’s expense through the end of the school year; Two-week minimum Disciplinary Probation beginning when the student is eligible to return to school (student will remain on Disciplinary Probation until clean, even if beyond the two-weeks); Required completion of the drug abuse counseling program Possible expulsion behavior, actions and/or conduct, supports another student’s act of bullying and/or harassment. Performance Enhancing Drugs: As pursuant to law MCLA 380.1318, students may not use any performance enhancing substance, including but not limited to any substance listed in by- law 31.2.3 of the National Collegiate Athletic Association, as well as any substance that may be listed as a banned substance by the Michigan Department of Community Health. The use of banned substances will subject the student to the same consequences that the school has established for Heavy Drugs. For a complete list of banned substances, refer to the NCAA website ( Harassment means to engage in a course of conduct directed at a specific student, which causes emotional distress to that student and serves no legitimate purpose.       Bullying is unwanted, aggressive behavior that involves a real or perceived power imbalance. The behavior is repeated, or has the potential to be repeated, over time. Bullying results in physical hurt or psychological distress of an individual. Bullying is unwanted purposeful written, verbal, nonverbal or physical behavior and/or actions, including but not limited to, teasing, name-calling, slurs, rumors, jokes, false accusations, intimidation, threatening, stalking, innuendos, demeaning comments, pranks, social isolation, gestures, public humiliation, theft, destruction of personal property, physical violence, cyber-bullying and cyber-stalking. Cyber-stalking means to engage in a course of conduct to communicate or to cause to be communicated, words, images or language by or through the use of electronic mail or electronic communication, directed at a specific student, causing emotional distress to that student and serving no legitimate purpose. Distribution and/or Sale of Substances: Distribution, sale or intent to distribute or sell any vaping substances, vaporizers, tobacco products, alcohol, illegal or unauthorized medicines, drugs or narcotics including, but not limited to, marijuana, heroin, cocaine, LSD, barbiturates, amphetamines, Ritalin, inhalants and ecstasy on school property or at school-sponsored events may result in law enforcement involvement and expulsion from the school. Cyber-bullying is the willful and repeated harassment and intimidation of a student through the use of digital technologies, including but not limited to, texting on cell phones or devices, social websites and apps (e.g. Snapchat, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, kik, Vine, MySpace, etc.), email and blogs. Cyber-bullying includes misuses of digital and/or electronic technology to tease, intimidate or make false accusations about another student by way of any technological tool. In the event of off campus distribution, sale or intent to distribute or sell any substance mentioned above, the school will investigate and take appropriate action. Course of conduct means a pattern of conduct composed of a series