Isaac Newton’s three laws of motion provided laughs and giggles for a gym full of Peter Kirk Elementary students in February.
Restraint or Isolation of Students
Use of Restraint or Isolation
Restraint or isolation is only permitted in accordance with state law when reasonably necessary to control spontaneous behavior that poses an imminent likelihood of serious harm.
Staff will closely monitor such actions to prevent harm to the student and will use the minimum amount of restraint and isolation appropriate to protect the safety of students and staff. Restraint or isolation will be discontinued when the likelihood of serious harm has dissipated.
The superintendent or a designee will develop procedures to implement this policy, including review, reporting and parent/guardian notification of incidents involving restraint or isolation as required by law.
IGB, Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act (IGB)
IGB-R, Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act-R
JF, Student Rights & Responsibilities
JF-R, Student Rights & Responsibilities