Restorative Discipline Plan


Carson City School District Plan for Restorative Discipline   


This Restorative Discipline Plan was developed by the Carson City School District’s (CCSD) District Intervention Assistance Team (DIAT) with feedback from site-based school safety teams that include students, parents/guardians, community members, educators, and administrators.

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SAFE AND CONNECTED SCHOOLS:

The Carson City School District Board of Trustees recognizes that maintaining a safe and productive learning environment is essential to its mission to empower students with the skills, knowledge, values and opportunities to thrive. Necessary and appropriate disciplinary measures, including restorative practices and interventions, will be taken to address the misconduct of students who engage in behaviors that distract and disrupt the mission of the District.   

The Carson City School District Board of Trustees recognizes that maintaining a safe and productive learning environment is essential to its mission

to empower students with the skills, knowledge, values, and opportunities to thrive. Necessary and appropriate disciplinary measures, including restorative practices and interventions, will be taken to address the misconduct of students who engage in behaviors that distract and disrupt the mission of the District. CCSD believes all students have the right to:

  • Experience a positive, safe, and respectful learning environment.
  • Learn from a highly qualified staff who do their best every day.
  • Expect patience and nonjudgmental guidance as they learn to navigate this confusing world.
  • Make and learn from their mistakes.
  • Learn from motivating adults who believe in their individual dreams and are committed to helping them fulfill those dreams.
  • Be surrounded by caring adults who support and respect them for who they are individually.
  • Be provided equitable and diverse education with the appropriate resources to be successful.
  • Engage as active members of their school and community.
  • Be heard and have a voice in all aspects of their education.
  • Understand existing rules, their purposes, and the opportuni