DISCIPLINARY BOARD TRAINING

Empowering your board to make tough calls.

Make discipline part of your educational mission, rather than a distraction from your school community. Our proactive approach includes training manuals, procedure training, case analysis, neutral third-party mediation and real-time case practice. Our talented COS team empowers your board to make tough calls by building confidence in applying policies with consistency and clarity.

How can we help?

“I have worked with Katie on a number of occasions. She presented at one of my former schools, La Lumiere School, to our high school students and to our parents. Two summers ago, she visited my previous school and presented to our 4th and 5th graders, our middle school, our high school, our parents, and our faculty. She also helped us tighten up the language in our handbooks. Simply put, Katie is the best. She is knowledgeable, engaging, and most importantly, memorable. Students and parents still talk about her long after she is gone, and I have for years been using her examples in language as I build off her visits.”

Head of School

Evansville Day School, IN

COS MODELS

  • Administrative Hearing Script & Checklist
  • Board Hearing Script & Checklist
  • Confidentiality Agreement for Hearing Board Members
  • Discipline Outcome Template
  • Discipline Response Template
  • Hearing Board Guidelines and Training Standards
  • Intake Interview Questions (Sexual Misconduct)
  • Intake Interview Questions (Technology)
  • Sanctioning Guidelines Grid
  • Sexual Misconduct Conduct Board Training Manual
  • Witness Analysis Tool (Bias & Relevance)

TRAINING AREAS

  • Communicating Notice
  • Questioning Techniques
  • Restorative Justice
  • Victimology
  • Weighing Evidence & Testimony

MOCK HEARINGS

  • Discrimination
  • Harassment
  • Sexual Misconduct
  • Technology
  • Title IX

Could you use our help? Try these questions.

  • Are you consistent in your disciplinary treatment of off campus drinking and off campus cyber-bullying by students – both as stated in your School Handbook as well as in practice?
  • Do you use a preponderance of the evidence, clear and convincing evidence, a more likely than not standard, or a beyond a reasonable double standard for addressing allegations of policy violations by students and/or employees?
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