10 day suspension tracking / letter of clarification

Discussion in 'Special Ed 101 Archives' started by Jerri, Nov 18, 1999.

  1. Jerri

    Jerri Member

    Ok most of you know that the school district cannot "suspend" longer than 10 days... ots known as the "red line" or Honig rule.

    * Honig held that students could not be suspended for more than 10 days....

    Well it gets confusing.

    The 10 days is cumulative and can include:

    * in house suspensions
    * bus suspensions
    * etc.


    So what to do:

    "Fix it once Fix it Write"

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    Dear Superintendent So & So,

    My difficult child was suspended this week for two days, I am writing to you to request clarification of this suspension.

    This two days combined with the 3 days in house is a total of 5 days leaving only 5 left under the Honig rule.

    Please confirm to me in writing that this is what your records reflect.

    Educationally,

    Mrs. difficult child


    cc: attorney file
    *******************************************


    This way you are never blind sided, and it opens up dialogue with Supt and "discipliners" about what they are doing.


    Hugs N Love!!!

    Jerri

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