School Safety

School Disciplinary and Safety Program
AS 14.33.110 - 14.33.140


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The purpose of AS 14.33.110 - 14.33.140 is to:

  1. implement and maintain community-based standards of school behavior that are developed by students, parents, teachers, school administrators, and the community;
  2. facilitate the creation of a standard of school behavior and safety by local communities for the schools in those communities;
  3. protect and support teachers who enforce standards of student behavior and safety in the classroom established under AS 14.33.120 ; and
  4. ensure that all schools and school districts receiving state funds, that may not have already done so, implement and maintain an effective school disciplinary and safety program.

Click here to review what must be included in the creation of a standard of school behavior and safety, the protection and support of teachers who enforce standards of student behavior and safety, and reporting requirement.

Reporting

A school district shall report information relating to school district disciplinary and safety programs as required by the department, including incidents of disruptive or violent behavior.

Each school district shall report to the department all incidents resulting in suspension or expulsion for harassment, intimidation, or bullying on school premises or on transportation systems used by schools in the school year preceding the report.