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Disciplinary Expulsion Protocol: Grades 6-12

The Bulloch County School System is committed to providing a quality education to all students in a safe and positive learning environment.  Our mission is to ensure the best possible educational environment for all learners.

The disciplinary action for a student committing a violation of the following Level Three offenses may result in expulsion from Bulloch County Schools for a minimum of 180 school days without an option to apply to the alternative school program.  

The following list of offenses will be enforced with a standard of no zero tolerance. A substantiated violation of any of the items listed below, based on the severity of the incident, could result in permanent expulsion. Based on the severity of the violation, other offenses not listed below, may also be subject to punishment up to and including permanent expulsion from Bulloch County Schools.

● Terroristic threats against students and/or personnel of Bulloch County Schools.

● Violation of the drug and alcohol policy as defined in the Code of Conduct.

● Fighting that results in substantial injury and/or requires medical attention.

● Possession and/or use of any type of weapon, or the use of other objects as a weapon, with the intent to do harm.

● Committing a sexual offense as defined in the Code of Conduct.

● Assaults against any staff member and/or the intended misuse of electronic devices such as inappropriate internet use which defames the reputation of a staff member, use of racist remarks and/or sexually provocative language that interferes with the safe operation of a class, a school, and/or a school system.