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The philosophy of Woodbury High School is to provide equal educational opportunities to all students. Discrimination, harassment, abuse, or assault based on race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, or disability will not be tolerated at WHS. Any such actions should be reported to the administration for investigation and follow-up action.

Assault: Verbal and/or physical

Assaults may be defined as verbal, written, or physical threats or actions directed against another person which cause psychological discomfort or fear and/or physical harm. These types of actions are illegal and will not be tolerated at WHS.

Examples of this type of behavior include, but are not limited to:

  • Verbal threats or harassing remarks or actions
  • Threatening notes
  • Physical altercations
  • Display, possession, or use of weapons or their facsimiles

When an altercation of this type occurs, students will be brought to the assistant principal's office. The police may be called to investigate. Consequences depend on the severity of the infraction and may include any or all of the following:

  1. Verbal reprimand/warning and report in student file
  2. Apology
  3. Parent conference and/or assignment to educational class
  4. Detention
  5. Suspension
  6. Police referral to judicial system and possible probation, fine, community service hours, etc.
  7. Expulsion
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