AIKEN COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS STAKEHOLDER DISCIPLINARY DATA AND PHILOSOPHICAL HISTORY

CODE OF CONDUCT MANUALS

DISTRICT PROVIDING CUMULATIVE DISCIPLINARY DATA FOR STAKEHOLDERS BACK TO 2013-14 SCHOOL YEAR

  • The Aiken County Public School District is committed to providing stakeholders with accurate and reliable information regarding specific aspects of student behaviors in our schools, as well as the consequences that are often a result of undesired behaviors.

    The numbers provided in the link below reflect a number of offenses recorded District-wide during a period covering the 2013-14, 2014-15, 2015-16 school year, and through February of the 2016-17 school year.

    When you click the link below, you will be able to view District-wide disciplinary summary data for a number of disciplinary offenses and behaviors. In the first column on the left, disciplinary codes are listed which are used to record and identify behavioral offenses and the names of the offenses.

    Moving left to right, in the remaining columns are listed annual cumulative data for the respective school years. For example, during the 2013-14 school year, the District recorded 95 incidents coded in our PowerSchool system as code 003 (bite/pinch/spit). During the 2014-15 school year, the number of incidents in our District that were coded in our PowerSchool system as code 003 (bite/pinch/spit) dropped to 83. In the 2015-16 school year, that number moved back up to 86 incidents coded in our PowerSchool system as code 003 (bite/pinch/spit), and through February 22, of the 2016-17 school year we have recorded 49 offenses coded in our PowerSchool system as code 003 (bite/pinch/spit).   

    All District and school-level data has been filtered by primary behaviors as shown in the information provided. Please note that secondary and any subsequent behaviors are also listed in the cumulative District and school-level data.

    The above summary will help ensure that stakeholders are able to understand the numbers and information provided. It is the desire of the Aiken County Public School District to provide valuable insights into student behaviors across our District.

2013-2014 TO FEBRUARY 2016-17 SCHOOL-LEVEL DISCIPLINARY DATA

  • The Aiken County Public School District is committed to providing stakeholders with accurate and reliable information regarding specific aspects of student behaviors in our schools, as well as the consequences that have followed undesired behaviors.

    The information provided in the links below reflect the number and descriptions of school-level offenses recorded during a period covering the 2013-2014 through February of 2016-2017 school years.

    When you click the link below, you will be able to view school-level disciplinary data for a number of disciplinary behaviors and the resulting actions. In the first column on the left, we have provided our school codes, identifying the school where information originated. The information in the link is listed by school in alphabetical order. Our schools are identified using the following codes: AES (Aiken Elementary School); AHS (Aiken High School); AMS (Aiken Middle School); APPA (Aiken Performing Arts Academy); BELE (Belvedere Elementary);  BUCO (Busbee Corbett Elementary Middle); BYRE (Byrd Elementary); CCE (Chukker Creek Elementary); CLEE (Clearwater Elementary); EAIE (East Aiken School of the Arts); GLOE (Gloverville Elementary); GREE (Greendale Elementary); HCA (Horse Creek Academy); HHE (Hammond Hill Elementary); JACM (Jackson Middle); JDLE (JD Lever Elementary); JEFE (Jefferson Elementary); KENM (Kennedy Middle); LBCM (LBC Middle); LEAM (Leavelle McCampbell Middle); LLKC (Lloyd Kennedy Charter School); MILE (Millbrook Elementary); MOCE (Mossy Creek Elementary); MVHS (Midland Valley High School); NAUE (North Augusta Elementary); NAUH (North Augusta High School); NAUM (North Augusta Middle); NEM (New Ellenton Middle); NORE (North Aiken Elementary); OAKE (Oakwood Windsor Elementary); PAUE (Paul Knox Middle); PINE (CIL-Pinecrest); REDE (Redcliffe Elementary); RSMES (Ridge Spring Monetta Elementary); RSMMH (Ridge Spring Monetta Middle and High School); SAHS (South Aiken High School); SBHS (Silver Bluff High School); SCHM (Schofield Middle School); WARE (Warrenville Elementary); WSHS (Wagner Salley High School).

    Moving left, in the second column are the codes used to record and identify behavioral offenses in our PowerSchool system and the names of the offenses themselves. The final column on the right will provide stakeholders with the resulting actions and consequences that followed these student infractions. 

    The school-level data has been filtered by primary behaviors as shown in the information provided. Please note that secondary and subsequent behaviors are also included in the school-level data.

    It is our desire that this information might provide valuable insights into student behaviors across our District.

     

2013-14 TO 2016-17 DISTRICT CUMULATIVE DATA

2013-14 SCHOOL-LEVEL DISCIPLINARY DATA

2014-2015 SCHOOL-LEVEL DISCIPLINARY DATA

2015-2016 SCHOOL-LEVEL DISCIPLINARY DATA

2016-2017 SCHOOL-LEVEL DISCIPLINARY DATA THROUGH FEBRUARY

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