Students should be in school, not out of school. To this end, we are committed to creating an inclusive, positive, and safe learning environment for all students. Ensuring student discipline practices are effective, fair, and equitable is a cornerstone of this effort and will allow each student unhindered access to quality classroom instruction and educational opportunities.
Broad Protection Against Discrimination And Inviting, Inclusive Environment for All Students
The Wake County Public School System is committed to a nondiscriminatory, inviting, and inclusive school environment for all students. We have broad protections against discrimination as set forth in multiple Board policies, including Policy 1710 and 1720. Parents and students who perceive any form of discrimination are encouraged to report it to the school principal. Further, parents and students are encouraged to contact the principal for any requests for assistance or accommodations to assure a nondiscriminatory, inviting, and inclusive school environment. Our principals work with students and parents in a sensitive, individual manner to assist students requesting specific assistance or accommodations. Further, our principals communicate directly with the school system’s Title VI Coordinator, Section 504 Coordinator, and Title IX Equity Officer in providing guidance and assistance to students and parents. Our principals receive updates on applicable legal protections including guidance from the federal government.
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CODE OF STUDENT CONDUCT/DUE PROCESS/APPEALS/GRIEVANCE