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2012-2013 PEIMS Data Standards Appendix E: Additional Information Related to Discipline APPENDIX E E. 1
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2012-2013 PEIMS Data Standards Appendix E: Additional Information Related to Discipline Additional Information regarding Disciplinary Alternative Education Program (DAEP) Conferences, Expulsion Hearings, Placement Reviews, and Other Actions 1. What is required in order to send a student to a Disciplinary Alternative Education Program? Before removing a student to a DAEP under Texas Education Code (TEC) §37.008, the appropriate administrator shall schedule a conference among the principal or other appropriate administrator, a parent or guardian of the student, the teacher removing the student from class, if any, and the student. At the conference, the student is entitled to written or oral notice of the reasons for the removal, an explanation of the basis for the removal, and an opportunity to respond to the reasons for the removal. If the student has been alleged to have committed an offense as described in TEC §37.006 then the district official holding the conference meeting must present substantiated documentation of the alleged behavior as provided by a law enforcement agency or as created/obtained by the school district administrator. Refer to PEIMS Data Standards Section 2, 425 Student Disciplinary Action Record for more information on this requirement. 2. What is required in order to expel a student? Before a student may be expelled under TEC §37.007, the board or the board's designee must provide the student a hearing at which the student is afforded appropriate due process as required by the federal constitution and which the student's parent or guardian is invited, in writing, to attend. At the hearing, the student is entitled to be represented by the student's parent or guardian or another adult who can provide guidance to the student and who is not an employee of the school district. If the decision to expel a student is made by the board's designee, the decision may be appealed to the board. The decision of the board may be appealed by trial de novo to a district court of the county in which the school district's central administrative office is located . If the student has been alleged to have committed an offense as described in TEC §37.007 then a district official holding the expulsion hearing must present substantiated documentation of the alleged behavior as provided by a law enforcement agency or as created/obtained by the school district administrator. Refer to PEIMS Data Standards Section 2, 425 Student Disciplinary Action Record for more information on this requirement. 3. What is required if a student’s DAEP placement will extend beyond the end of the next grading period? If the student's placement in a DAEP is to extend beyond the end of the next grading period, a student's parent or guardian is entitled to notice of and an opportunity to participate in a proceeding before the board of trustees of the school district or the board's designee, as provided by policy of the board of trustees of the district.
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