General Categories of Misconduct

By Colorado law, a student may be suspended or expelled for behavior which constitutes any of the following:

NOTE: Where a student commits acts outlined in 4a through 4d or is declared to be a "habitually disruptive student," EXPULSION IS MANDATORY under Colorado law.

Administration, Deans, Teachers, and Staff should use/incorporate preventative and intervention strategies such as Restorative Practices, counseling, or other approaches to address student misconduct and should impose proportionate disciplinary interventions and consequences in response to student misconduct. As part of the district’s governing principles in regards to student discipline, Vista Peak Prep believes that:

For further information on specific behaviors and tiers of possible consequences, please review the 2020-2021 Family and Student Handbook. 

20-21 VPP Student & Family Handbook