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The person designated may be the principal of the campus or any other campus administrator selected by the principal.(b) The campus behavior coordinator is primarily responsible for maintaining student discipline and the implementation of this subchapter.(c) Except as provided by this chapter, the specific duties of the campus behavior coordinator may be established by campus or district policy.
(a) A person at each campus must be designated to serve as the campus behavior coordinator.
The student may not be returned to that teacher's class without the teacher's consent unless the committee established under Section 37.003 determines that such placement is the best or only alternative available.
The terms of the removal may prohibit the student from attending or participating in school-sponsored or school-related activity.(d) A teacher shall remove from class and send to the principal for placement in a disciplinary alternative education program or for expulsion, as appropriate, a student who engages in conduct described under Section 37.006 or 37.007.
(a) It is the policy of this state to treat with dignity and respect all students, including students with disabilities who receive special education services under Subchapter A, Chapter 29. A report submitted under this subsection must be consistent with the requirements adopted by commissioner rule for reporting the use of restraint involving students with disabilities.
USE OF CONFINEMENT, RESTRAINT, SECLUSION, AND TIME-OUT. This section does not prevent a student's locked, unattended confinement in an emergency situation while awaiting the arrival of law enforcement personnel if:(1) the student possesses a weapon; and(2) the confinement is necessary to prevent the student from causing bodily harm to the student or another person.(g) This section and any rules or procedures adopted under this section do not apply to:(1) a peace officer performing law enforcement duties, except as provided by Subsection (i);(2) juvenile probation, detention, or corrections personnel; or(3) an educational services provider with whom a student is placed by a judicial authority, unless the services are provided in an educational program of a school district.(h) This section and any rules or procedures adopted under this section apply to a peace officer only if the peace officer:(1) is employed or commissioned by a school district; or(2) provides, as a school resource officer, a regular police presence on a school district campus under a memorandum of understanding between the district and a local law enforcement agency.(i) A school district shall report electronically to the agency, in accordance with standards provided by commissioner rule, information relating to the use of restraint by a peace officer performing law enforcement duties on school property or during a school-sponsored or school-related activity.
A campus behavior coordinator must comply with this subsection by:(1) promptly contacting the parent or guardian by telephone or in person; and(2) making a good faith effort to provide written notice of the disciplinary action to the student, on the day the action is taken, for delivery to the student's parent or guardian.(e) If a parent or guardian entitled to notice under Subsection (d) has not been reached by telephone or in person by 5 p.m.
Unless otherwise provided by campus or district policy:(1) a duty imposed on a campus principal or other campus administrator under this subchapter shall be performed by the campus behavior coordinator; and(2) a power granted to a campus principal or other campus administrator under this subchapter may be exercised by the campus behavior coordinator.(d) The campus behavior coordinator shall promptly notify a student's parent or guardian as provided by this subsection if under this subchapter the student is placed into in-school or out-of-school suspension, placed in a disciplinary alternative education program, expelled, or placed in a juvenile justice alternative education program or is taken into custody by a law enforcement officer.
The term does not include:(1) physical pain caused by reasonable physical activities associated with athletic training, competition, or physical education; or(2) the use of restraint as authorized under Section 37.0021.(b) If the board of trustees of an independent school district adopts a policy under Section 37.001(a)(8) under which corporal punishment is permitted as a method of student discipline, a district educator may use corporal punishment to discipline a student unless the student's parent or guardian or other person having lawful control over the student has previously provided a written, signed statement prohibiting the use of corporal punishment as a method of student discipline.(c) To prohibit the use of corporal punishment as a method of student discipline, each school year a student's parent or guardian or other person having lawful control over the student must provide a separate written, signed statement to the board of trustees of the school district in the manner established by the board.(d) The student's parent or guardian or other person having lawful control over the student may revoke the statement provided to the board of trustees under Subsection (c) at any time during the school year by submitting a written, signed revocation to the board in the manner established by the board.
This subsection does not apply to the use of seclusion in a court-ordered placement, other than a placement in an educational program of a school district, or in a placement or facility to which the following law, rules, or regulations apply:(1) the Children's Health Act of 2000, Pub.
A student with a disability who receives special education services under Subchapter A, Chapter 29, may not be confined in a locked box, locked closet, or other specially designed locked space as either a discipline management practice or a behavior management technique.(b) In this section:(1) "Restraint" means the use of physical force or a mechanical device to significantly restrict the free movement of all or a portion of a student's body.(2) "Seclusion" means a behavior management technique in which a student is confined in a locked box, locked closet, or locked room that:(A) is designed solely to seclude a person; and(B) contains less than 50 square feet of space.(3) "Time-out" means a behavior management technique in which, to provide a student with an opportunity to regain self-control, the student is separated from other students for a limited period in a setting:(A) that is not locked; and(B) from which the exit is not physically blocked by furniture, a closed door held shut from the outside, or another inanimate object.(4) "Law enforcement duties" means activities of a peace officer relating to the investigation and enforcement of state criminal laws and other duties authorized by the Code of Criminal Procedure.(c) A school district employee or volunteer or an independent contractor of a district may not place a student in seclusion. 106-310, any subsequent amendments to that Act, any regulations adopted under that Act, or any subsequent amendments to those regulations;(2) 40 T.
Members shall be appointed as follows:(1) the campus faculty shall choose two teachers to serve as members and one teacher to serve as an alternate member; and(2) the principal shall choose one member from the professional staff of a campus.(b) The teacher refusing to readmit the student may not serve on the committee.(c) The committee's placement determination regarding a student with a disability who receives special education services under Subchapter A, Chapter 29, is subject to the requirements of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (20 U.
(a) Each school shall establish a three-member committee to determine placement of a student when a teacher refuses the return of a student to the teacher's class and make recommendations to the district regarding readmission of expelled students. Section 1400 et seq.) and federal regulations, state statutes, and agency requirements necessary to carry out federal law or regulations or state law relating to special education.