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What happens if a kid is expelled from school?

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concerned mom

United States

#1 Mar 6, 2009
I was wondering if any teachers or other school staff could tell me what happens if a kid is expelled from school. If you get expelled from one district can you go to another? Do you have to move to another district or can you just get placed somewhere else?
And generally speaking, if the child is in trouble for hitting a teacher I assume that would lead to expulsion right?!?
(By the way, not my child. Someone in my child's class.)
Naples

United States

#2 Mar 6, 2009
I don't know about now but I remember the worst possible case of expulsion when the courts put an expelled student into MCluer HS and he raped and murdered a girl ON HIS FIRST DAY.
concerned mom

United States

#3 Mar 6, 2009
I believe that was at McCluer North. I remember that from high school. Everyone wondered at the time how it could happen. I just really want to know if the family has to move to another district or if this kid probably doesn't even live in the district. I figured I could ask at the school but they probably won't (can't) tell me.
expelled

Florissant, MO

#4 Mar 7, 2009
Districts have what's called "alternative" schools for kids in that situation. Suspended and expelled students are supposed to attend these alternative schools so that they can continue their education.
concerned mom

United States

#5 Mar 7, 2009
Well, my daughters 2nd grade class has a new student. He came from Ritenour after hitting a teacher. So I am of course wondering why he is let into a regular classroom with that history.
kidteacher

Lake Saint Louis, MO

#6 Mar 7, 2009
In the elementary school I teach (Hazelwood)we have had students hit and kick teachers. We have had students expelled from other districts register at our school, and begin classes WITHOUT ANY PAPERWORK FROM THEIR PRIOR DISTRICT(S). Please don't tell me to 1) tell our principal, 2) contact the Ad Building, or 3) report this to the NEA. We have done all of the above and nothing happens. It will take PARENTS not teachers to fix this problem and other problems in Hazelwood. How would you like to work with someone who was fired from their previous job because of violence and you don't know anything about this person or what they did? This is how teachers feel when we receive a student who was expelled from another district because of violence and we receive absolutely no information on these children. Oh and by the way, last week a student in our school (no,they do not have an IEP)choked another student. Guess what the consequence was? In school suspension.
MOM

Florissant, MO

#7 Mar 7, 2009
Oh wow! Its a shame what has happened to our public school system.

Concerned mom, I'd be talking to the principal at the very least and let them know nothing better happen to your child. Be on top of this!!
Blame the liberals

AOL

#8 Mar 7, 2009
MOM wrote:
Oh wow! Its a shame what has happened to our public school system.
Concerned mom, I'd be talking to the principal at the very least and let them know nothing better happen to your child. Be on top of this!!
Blame the ACLU, blame the courts, blame the federal liberal government. No child left behind. Discipline is not in the vocabulary of the public school system any longer.
MOM

Florissant, MO

#9 Mar 7, 2009
Blame the liberals wrote:
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Blame the ACLU, blame the courts, blame the federal liberal government. No child left behind. Discipline is not in the vocabulary of the public school system any longer.
From what I hear there are all kinds of kids at HSD being left behind.

Would you believe that the kids are allowed to retake tests as many times as it takes to pass it? The summer school numbers are outrageous. Thats just at West, I can only imagine what its like at the other two.
Liberal Gal

Saint Louis, MO

#10 Mar 7, 2009
Blame the liberals wrote:
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Blame the ACLU, blame the courts, blame the federal liberal government. No child left behind. Discipline is not in the vocabulary of the public school system any longer.
ACLU? Liberal government...the conservative agenda has dominated American politics since Reagan took office. "No Child Left Behind" was a Bush plan.

The lack of discipline has more to do with parents and cultural influences than the schools.

Blame the liberals?
I am very liberal and so is my husband. My kids were all stellar students with scholarships. I have a son that was an Eagle Scout. I have a daughter that was recognized by the National Honor Society many times and she is now a award winning teacher. My eldest is in medicine and has saved more lives that you have likely created. How was I able to do that with all of these liberal ideas? My kids are all liberals and their kids are all doing great in school. How could that happen? Shouldn't all that liberalism poisoned their minds?
You need to rethink your views.
lmao

Florissant, MO

#11 Mar 7, 2009
So your kid saved all of our lives and the ones we created? Epic. Fail.
Blame game

AOL

#12 Mar 7, 2009
Liberal Gal wrote:
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ACLU? Liberal government...the conservative agenda has dominated American politics since Reagan took office. "No Child Left Behind" was a Bush plan.
The lack of discipline has more to do with parents and cultural influences than the schools.
Blame the liberals?
I am very liberal and so is my husband. My kids were all stellar students with scholarships. I have a son that was an Eagle Scout. I have a daughter that was recognized by the National Honor Society many times and she is now a award winning teacher. My eldest is in medicine and has saved more lives that you have likely created. How was I able to do that with all of these liberal ideas? My kids are all liberals and their kids are all doing great in school. How could that happen? Shouldn't all that liberalism poisoned their minds?
You need to rethink your views.
Excuse me, my error, I meant to blame everyone else, other than you and your kids.........my mistake.

Bring back the reformatories. We need adolescent prison, and parent lockup rooms as well.

We have taken this turn the other cheek business too far. No accountability, no ownership, no responsibility.

All I know, it has to be someone elses fault, because, it's not mine!
Big Bucks

Florissant, MO

#13 Mar 7, 2009
Blame the liberals wrote:
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Blame the ACLU, blame the courts, blame the federal liberal government. No child left behind. Discipline is not in the vocabulary of the public school system any longer.
Discipline is not in the family vocabulary anymore.
Bubba

Florissant, MO

#14 Mar 7, 2009
Blame game wrote:
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Excuse me, my error, I meant to blame everyone else, other than you and your kids.........my mistake.
Bring back the reformatories. We need adolescent prison, and parent lockup rooms as well.
We have taken this turn the other cheek business too far. No accountability, no ownership, no responsibility.
All I know, it has to be someone elses fault, because, it's not mine!
Thank you Mr. President
So what

Florissant, MO

#15 Mar 7, 2009
Bubba wrote:
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Thank you Mr. President
BUBBA gets post of the day!! Thanks Bubba.
So what

Florissant, MO

#16 Mar 7, 2009
I wonder how "liberal's" son feels about socialized medicine. Is he for the pay cut to insure everyone for free?
HSD teacher

Blue Springs, MO

#17 Mar 7, 2009
Check out the safe schools violations. If a child is expelled for a safe schools violation then he cannot register at another public school.

Schools need to contact a sending school immediately upon a parent trying to register a child and see if there has been a discipline problem with the kid.

Hazelwood does not have an alternative school for expelled students. They do have a program for students suspended for 90 to 180 days. The program is at the ACE center by the halls ferry inn.
Liberal Gal

Saint Louis, MO

#18 Mar 7, 2009
So what wrote:
I wonder how "liberal's" son feels about socialized medicine. Is he for the pay cut to insure everyone for free?
You assume my "eldest" is a male...that is rather chauvinistic.
"She" actually has a lot of opinions about the subject. In her opinion, it should be between a doctor and patient what happens in terms of treatment. She says that right now the insurance companies who are worried about profits are telling her how to treat patients. Having the government take over that role may be worse for some but it may be better for others. She says that medicare patients get a better deal than many private insurance patients. It just depends on the situation. It all seems to revolve around money.
Remember when hospitals were run by religions? Now the same people that sit on the boards or major corporations are the same people on the boards of hospitals. We went from having hospitals concerned about patients to hospitals concerned about profits and stockholders. The free market is not always the best answer despite what some will tell you. I like the military under the government but I guess we could turn that into a corporate enterprise too.
Big Bucks

Florissant, MO

#19 Mar 7, 2009
Liberal Gal wrote:
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You assume my "eldest" is a male...that is rather chauvinistic.
"She" actually has a lot of opinions about the subject. In her opinion, it should be between a doctor and patient what happens in terms of treatment. She says that right now the insurance companies who are worried about profits are telling her how to treat patients. Having the government take over that role may be worse for some but it may be better for others. She says that medicare patients get a better deal than many private insurance patients. It just depends on the situation. It all seems to revolve around money.
Remember when hospitals were run by religions? Now the same people that sit on the boards or major corporations are the same people on the boards of hospitals. We went from having hospitals concerned about patients to hospitals concerned about profits and stockholders. The free market is not always the best answer despite what some will tell you. I like the military under the government but I guess we could turn that into a corporate enterprise too.
Sleep tight tonight my comrade. BO, Nancy and Harry will protect you.
ghdfv

United States

#20 Mar 7, 2009
lmao wrote:
So your kid saved all of our lives and the ones we created? Epic. Fail.
The posted said their kid SAVED more lives than YOU have created. So you may have popped out a few brats but her kid has saved many lives. No fail there, except your fail at reading comprehension.

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