Janesville School Board expels two
JANESVILLE The Janesville School Board expelled two high school students Tuesday.
One was accused of repeated refusal to obey school rules and was expelled through the student's 21st birthday.
The student could be reinstated as early as the second semester that starts in January 2014.
To be reinstated, the student must attend an alternative school and earn credits toward graduation, waive confidentiality so a probation file can be shared with the school district, comply with a juvenile justice case plan that includes counseling, take prescribed medication and obey the rules of the home where he or she lives.
After reinstatement, the student must continue with these conditions, commit no crimes, attend school where officials direct and maintain satisfactory attendance, behavior and schoolwork.
The second student was accused of possessing drug paraphernalia at school and was expelled until September 2014.
This student may apply for reinstatement as early as summer school this year if the student complies with conditions similar to those listed above.
If reinstated, this student must complete the district's anti-alcohol/drug course, submit to announced searches and urine testing and other conditions similar to those listed above.
This brings to five the number of expulsions this school year, compared with two at this time last year.
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