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Hate Incident

Conduct that reflects hatred or bigotry based on real or perceived disability, race, ethnicity, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity national origin or ancestry, religion, age, veteran status, HIV status, pregnancy and/or any other protected status as defined by law. The school principal/designee should report incidents to the APS Office of Equal Opportunity Services (EOS).

Table 1: Consequences For Hate Incidents
OccurrenceConsequences –
Elementary
Consequences –
Middle/High
Asterisk (*) Indicates Required action
First Offense
  • Staff/Student Contact*
  • Administrative/Parent Contact/Conference*
  • School Contract
  • Staff/Student Contact*
  • Administrative/Parent Contact/Conference*
  • School Contract
Second Offense
  • Staff/Student Contact*
  • Administrative/Parent Contact/Conference*
  • Referral to EOS*
  • School Contract
  • Short-term suspension
  • Staff/Student Contact*
  • Administrative/Parent Contact/Conference*
  • Referral to EOS*
  • School Contract
  • Short-term suspension
Third Offense
  • Staff/Student Contact*
  • Administrative/Parent Contact/Conference*
  • Referral to EOS*
  • Short-term suspension
  • Long-term Suspension
  • Staff/Student Contact*
  • Administrative/Parent Contact/Conference*
  • Referral to EOS*
  • Short-term suspension
  • Long-term Suspension