Hi Jodi- I have found the most effective way to remedy the situation is to involve both a guardian and a counselor. Develop a contract in which all stakeholders will sign. Attach to the contract consequences and even rewards. This is one instance whereas it will definitely take a village.
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THat's a good question... I am a teacher and I know administration has its hands tied to some point. As a teacher when I have a student who is disrespectful on a repeat basis, I want that child OUT of my classroom for at least a little while. WE have an in school suspension system. It is a classroom on campus with a teacher in it. We also have an alternative school but a student has to do something really bad thing or a really repeat offender. I don't know if this helps... I think it is really important to keep a GOOD record of offenses especially when they ARE repeat offenders. Does this help?
Always best to try and get to the root of the problem. One-on-one discussions help.
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