For short-term and in-school suspensions, the Superintendent or designee will provide the student and parents the opportunity to share the student’s perspective and explanation regarding the behavioral violation orally or in writing. The Superintendent or designee must deliver a written appeal decision to the student and parent(s) in person, by mail, or by email within two (2) school business days after receiving the appeal. The written decision must include:
The decision to affirm, reverse, or modify the suspension;
The duration and conditions of the suspension, including the beginning and ending dates;
The educational services the district will offer to the student during the suspension; and
Notice of the student and parent(s)’ right to request review and reconsideration of the appeal decision, including where and to whom to make such a request.