South Dakota School Discipline Laws & Regulations: Authority to Develop and Establish Codes of Conduct

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South Dakota School Discipline Laws & Regulations: Authority to Develop and Establish Codes of Conduct

Category: Codes of Conduct
Subcategory: Authority to Develop and Establish Codes of Conduct
State: South Dakota

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LAWS

ยง 13-32-1. Disciplinary authority over students on school premises.

Superintendents, principals, supervisors, and teachers have disciplinary authority over all students while the students are in school or participating in or attending school sponsored activities whether on or off school premises. Superintendents and principals may also discipline students for aggressive or violent behavior that disrupts school or that affects a health or safety factor of the school or its programs.

REGULATIONS

No relevant regulations found.

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