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Senate Bill 0184

Senate Bill sb0184er

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    2004 Legislature                                 CS for SB 184


  2         An act relating to district school board duties

  3         relating to student discipline and school

  4         safety; amending s. 1006.07, F.S.; amending

  5         requirements relating to codes of student

  6         conduct; deleting the notice requirement for

  7         possession of an electronic telephone pager

  8         while a student is on school property or

  9         attending a school function; providing for the

10         possession of wireless communications devices;

11         requiring notice of possible disciplinary

12         action or criminal penalties if a wireless

13         communications device is used in a criminal

14         act; providing for rules by the district school

15         board; providing an effective date.


17  Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the State of Florida:


19         Section 1.  Paragraph (d) of subsection (2) of section

20  1006.07, Florida Statutes, is amended, and present paragraphs

21  (e) through (k) of that subsection are redesignated as

22  paragraphs (f) through (l), respectively, and a new paragraph

23  (e) is added to that subsection, to read:

24         1006.07  District school board duties relating to

25  student discipline and school safety.--The district school

26  board shall provide for the proper accounting for all

27  students, for the attendance and control of students at

28  school, and for proper attention to health, safety, and other

29  matters relating to the welfare of students, including:

30         (2)  CODE OF STUDENT CONDUCT.--Adopt a code of student

31  conduct for elementary schools and a code of student conduct


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 1  for middle and high schools and distribute the appropriate

 2  code to all teachers, school personnel, students, and parents,

 3  at the beginning of every school year. Each code shall be

 4  organized and written in language that is understandable to

 5  students and parents and shall be discussed at the beginning

 6  of every school year in student classes, school advisory

 7  council meetings, and parent and teacher association or

 8  organization meetings. Each code shall be based on the rules

 9  governing student conduct and discipline adopted by the

10  district school board and shall be made available in the

11  student handbook or similar publication. Each code shall

12  include, but is not limited to:

13         (d)  Notice that illegal use, possession, or sale of

14  controlled substances, as defined in chapter 893, or

15  possession of electronic telephone pagers, by any student

16  while the student is upon school property or in attendance at

17  a school function is grounds for disciplinary action by the

18  school and may also result in criminal penalties being

19  imposed.

20         (e)  Notice that use of a wireless communications

21  device includes the possibility of the imposition of

22  disciplinary action by the school or criminal penalties if the

23  device is used in a criminal act. A student may possess a

24  wireless communications device while the student is on school

25  property or in attendance at a school function. Each district

26  school board shall adopt rules governing the use of a wireless

27  communications device by a student while the student is on

28  school property or in attendance at a school function.

29         Section 2.  This act shall take effect July 1, 2004.




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