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Discipline                                                      

Damages or Loss of School Property
Please help us protect our school from unnecessary vandalism by reporting any unusual activities to the Torrance Police Department at 310-328-3456.Pupils shall be held liable for damage to or loss of school property. Please note Education Code, Section 10606.

Education Code, Section 10606: “Any pupil who willfully cuts, defaces or otherwise injures in any way any property, real or personal, belonging to the school district is liable for all damages so caused by the pupil.”

Discipline Plan for Our School (School Rules)
The school discipline plan is managed and coordinated by classroom teachers. The principal is available when further resources are necessary. Our school wide rules are listed below. When an infraction occurs, reports are sent to teachers by supervising adults on campus.

  1. Follow Directions. Students follow the directions of the staff at all times and in all areas of the campus.
  2. Show Respect. Students do not disrupt activities by physically disturbing others. Students should keep hands and feet to themselves.
  3. Students take care of school property.
  4. Gum is not permitted.
  5. Treat others and their property as you would like yourself and your property to be treated.

California State Education Code –
There are two recent state codes for parents/guardians to note. 

California Code of Regulations, Title 5 Section 4622
Requires pupils to conform to school regulations; obey all directions; be
diligent in study and respectful to teachers and others in authority; and refrain from the use of profane and vulgar language.

California Education Code Section 44807
Every teacher in the public schools shall hold pupils to a strict account of their conduct on the way to and from school, on the playground and/or during recess.

Classroom Rules
Each of the teachers has a classroom discipline plan posted in the classroom. This plan includes a list of expected behaviors. Positive behavior is recognized and encouraged through a system of classroom and school rewards. There is also an established system of consequences for misbehavior.

Conflict Strategies
At our school we use a technique called “Conflict Strategies” to help students develop problem-solving skills and self-reliance. These strategies will allow most children to learn alternative ways to reach positive closure on misunderstandings, thereby growing in their responsibility to themselves and others.

  • State the “I message”. I feel ___ when __ and I would like__.
  • Tell your side of the problem.
  • Listen when the other person is telling their side.
  • Talk it over together to try to solve the problem
  • Say - “I’m sorry”.
  • If these strategies do not work, ask an adult for help.
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