Where is In School Suspension (ISS) located?
Periods 1-4: ISS is located in South building Room 213 (instructor: Mrs. Davis). Periods 5-8: ISS is located in North building Room 127 ISS instructor: Mrs. Ragan).
Who attends ISS?
Students who have broken a rule at Career Center that doesn't warrant Out of School Suspension are assigned to ISS.
What is the process?
Teachers or administrators fill out a D-1 that states the infraction. An administrator meets with the students and assigns ISS.
What is ISS?
In School Suspension allows a student to be isolated from regular classes for the number of class periods assigned to ISS. During ISS, students complete their classwork so they don't fall behind academically.
Am I counted absent while I'm in ISS?
No, because you are attending school, just in a different classroom.
How do I get my assignments for ISS?
The administrator who assigns you to ISS notifies your classroom teachers and requests that your assignments be delivered to ISS. The administrator also notifies ISS instructors of the dates and periods you will be in ISS.
Who are ISS instructors?
Mrs. Davis (AM) and Mrs. Ragan (PM) are ISS instructors. They monitor and assist you in completing your assignments.
What happens when I arrive in ISS?
First, you turn in your phone and other electronic devices and sit in your assigned seat. ISS instructors give you an ISS assignment as well as your classroom assignments. You are not allowed to talk, put your head down or leave the ISS classroom.
What kinds of ISS assignments do I have?
The first ISS assignment is a reflection essay that focuses on your incident and decision-making. Additional ISS assignments center around character building and mature decision-making. You are expected to complete your classwork from the class(es) missed while you are in ISS.
What happens if I'm assigned to ISS for a second offense during the school year?
After two visits to ISS, ISS instructors follow up on you by observing you in your Career Center classes and conferencing with your classroom teachers so they can monitor your behavior.
What happens if I don't cooperate in ISS?
Most likely, you will be assigned additional time in ISS and/or be assigned Out of School Suspension.