2011 Louisiana Laws
TITLE 17 — Education
RS 17:416.20 — Student conduct standards; awareness and understanding by students; required orientation; guidelines
§416.20. Student conduct standards; awareness and understanding by students; required orientation; guidelines
A. In addition to any other requirements established by law, rule, or regulation relative to student discipline and conduct and beginning with the 2008-2009 school year and continuing thereafter, the governing authority of a public elementary or secondary school shall require that every student be provided an orientation during the first five days of each school year regarding school disciplinary rules and provisions of the code of student conduct applicable to such students. Orientation instruction shall be provided by the school principal or his designees and shall include but not be limited to consequences for failing to comply with such school disciplinary rules and code requirements. The orientation also shall clearly communicate to students the rights afforded teachers pursuant to R.S. 17:416.18 and other applicable law relative to the discipline of students.
B. The orientation instruction required by this Section shall be age and grade appropriate and shall give full consideration as to whether the student is in a regular or special program of education.
C. Any student who for any reason does not receive the orientation provided for by this Section during the first five days of a school year shall be provided such orientation during the first five days of such student's attendance at the public elementary or secondary school.
Acts 2008, No. 365, §1, eff. June 21, 2008.
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