Legal Update. Making the Right Moves in student discipline – Due process, search & seizure, and documentation. MASSP Asst. Principals & Deans Mid-Winter Summit Monday, February 3, 2014 / 4:30 p.m. Presenter: Kevin T. Sutton, Lusk & Albertson.
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Making the Right Moves in student discipline –
Due process, search & seizure, and documentation
MASSP Asst. Principals & Deans Mid-Winter Summit
Monday, February 3, 2014 / 4:30 p.m.
Kevin T. Sutton, Lusk & Albertson
Download presentation at: www.LuskAlbertson.com/massp2014
Properly Enforcing Student Discipline
Davis v. Ann Arbor Schools (1970)
to call witnesses on the student’s behalf
Apply the levels and types of discipline stated in the Code of Conduct to eliminate potential arguments of disparate treatment, favoritism, or arbitrary and capricious actions
Easy to justify decision to parents, administrators or others
A formal (or informal) complaint
Reports of questionable conduct (even if not wanting to become involved or reported anonymously)
Observed or reported student misconduct including violation of student code of conduct
Parent or student complaints
Kevin T. Sutton
40950 Woodward, Suite 350
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48304-5129
Direct: (248) 988-5695
Cell: (734) 377-7400