7350 - Corporal Punishment
|Policy: Corporal Punishment||Policy Number: 7350|
|Date of Original Policy: 07/10/2002||Date Revision Adopted: 10/14/2020|
|Reviewed by Policy Committee: 09/16/2020||Date of Next Review: 02/24/2023|
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Corporal punishment as a means of discipline shall not be used against a student by any teacher, administrator, office, employee or agent of this School District.
However, if alternative procedures and methods which would not involve physical force do not work, then the use of reasonable physical force is not prohibited for the following reasons:
b) Protection of others
c) Protection of property
d) Restraining or removing a disruptive student
Whenever a school employee uses physical force against a student, the school employee shall, within the same school day, make a report to the Superintendent describing in detail the circumstances and the nature of the action taken.
The Superintendent of Schools shall submit a written report annually to the Commissioner of Education, with copies to the Board of Education setting forth the substance of each written complaint about the use of corporal punishment received by the Jordan-Elbridge Central School authorities in each case.
Rules of the Board of Regents Section 19.5
8 New York Code of Rules and Regulations (NYCRR) Section 100.2 (1)(3)