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Included: Tips for creating successful in-school suspension programs. ... "The big plus of an in-school suspension program is that students are still in school, with all the potential for ..... Fun Grammar Activities girl enjoying doing classwork ...

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In-school suspension programs are implemented as a means of holding students accountable for disruptive behavior without removing them from the campus.

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Although In-School Suspension, also known as ISS, is designed to minimize the ... order, discipline, and safety occurring in class or school sponsored activities.

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When students receive in-school suspension, it can be difficult to keep them busy . This resource will help keep those students occupied while...

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suspension. In-School Suspension (ISS). In-school suspension (ISS) is a behavior reduc- ... activities that can reinforce the student. Also, the location must have ...

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Students in I.S.S. are not permitted to take part in or be a spectator at any extra- curricular activities during their in-school suspension (these activities include, ...

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school administrators in creating In School Suspension programs that meet ... the student misbehaving from the classroom activity in order to allow the remaining.

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In School Suspension. Susquehanna Township High School 2014-2015 ... deem beneficial, and any work or activities that will promote her academic success in ...

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In-school suspension programs are implemented as a means of holding students accountable for disruptive behavior without removing them from the campus.

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Students who exhibit behavior problems are sometimes assigned to after-school detention, in-school suspension, alternative learning environments, or other ...