Welcome to Ronald W. Reagan/Doral High School and the 2021-2022 school year! We hope everyone enjoyed the summer months and we are excited to start the year.
TEACHERS CLASSROOM SUPPLY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM – Acknowledgement/Acceptance period: Friday, September 3, 2021 through the end-of-day on Tuesday, September 14, 2021 (Twelve (12) days).

Virtual Progressive Discipline Policy

GENERAL DISCIPLINE

Cutting class, disruptive or disrespectful behavior, defiance, excessive tardies to class, unauthorized use of Electronic Device, *zoom bombing, eating while in class, unserved afterschool or Saturday detentions, violation of academic integrity (cheating).

*Entering a virtual class you are not assigned to, whether at Reagan or otherwise, with the intention of disrupting and sharing inappropriate content (aka “zoom bombing”) is unacceptable and will be considered an offense.

Offense # Consequence
(All consequences will include a Parent Phone Call or Virtual Conference)
1st Warning – (Parent Contact by Teacher)
2nd Essay Writing – (Assigned by Teacher)
3rd Reduce Conduct Grade – (By Teacher)
4th Virtual Afterschool Detention – (Assigned by Teacher or Adm.) 3:40 pm – 4:30 pm
5th Virtual Saturday School Detention – (Assigned by Adm.) 8:30 am – 12:00 pm
6th 1 – day Virtual Suspension, excluded from class or school- (Assigned by Adm.)
7 or more 3 – days Virtual Suspension, excluded from class or school – (Assigned by Adm.)

TARDY TO SCHOOL

Offense #
(Per Nine Weeks)
Consequence
(Assigned by Adm.)
1st 2nd 3rd No Penalty
4th & 5th Parent Contact/After School Detention
6th & 7th Parent Contact/Saturday School /Referral Issued
7th Parent Contact/Referral Issued Attendance Contract

There is NO Excused Tardy to School.

Students who have a total of six (6) Referrals and/or 10 or more absences and/or 20 or more days tardy/excused early will not be allowed to participate in extra-curricular activities.
The plan of action taken for all other violations will be in accordance to the Miami-Dade County Public Schools Code of Student Conduct. A student that has excessive tardies to school may have his/her credit withheld from the classes that the student does not attend regularly.

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