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Cortez Middle School students displayed signs during the Dude Be Nice program for anti-bullying.

Cortez schools report reveals discipline stats

Cortez Middle School students displayed signs during the Dude Be Nice program for anti-bullying.
2015-2016 Discipline

Students can be handed suspensions for a variety of reasons, including marijuana, drug and alcohol violations, disobedience, repeated bad behavior, weapons and destruction of school property.
Student actions that disrupt the learning of other students may result in suspensions, Re-1 Assistant Superintendent Dan Porter said.
Most other code of conduct violations are attributed to marijuana possession, but there are more severe consequences for distribution, Porter said.
“Detrimental behavior” refers to any behavior that disrupts learning of other students, which would include bullying, he said. “Disobedience, Defiant or repeated interference” may be the result of a combination of a number of violations that warrant further disciplinary action, which also could include bullying, he said.
ViolationsM-CHSNumber of incidents: 112
Marijuana: 31Disobedience: 9Drugs: 7Tobacco: 4Detrimental behavior: 4Alcohol: 2Dangerous weapon: 1Property destruction: 1Other: 53Southwest Open SchoolNumber of incidents: 5
Marijuana: 1Detrimental behavior: 2Tobacco: 1Other: 1Cortez Middle SchoolNumber of incidents: 96
Marijuana: 8Alcohol: 33rd degree assault: 2Disobedience: 2Drugs: 1Dangerous weapon: 1Detrimental behavior: 1Other: 78RacesM-CHSNumber of students involved in incidents: 77
Native American: 31White: 26Hispanic: 14Other: 6Southwest Open SchoolNumber of students involved in incidents: 4
Native American: 3Hispanic: 1Cortez Middle SchoolNumber of students involved in incidents: 73
Native American: 34White: 21Hispanic: 13Other: 5

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