According to the report, the district expelled or suspended 14 students during the year. That equates to 2.1 percent of the 656 students enrolled.
Of the 11 in-school suspensions, all of whom were elementary or middle schoolers.
The district reported that most in-school suspensions were given for violence without physical injury. The category includes four incidents. There were three incidents of a dangerous weapon, other than a firearm. For six incidents, students were suspended for a day or less.
The district reported that most out-of-school suspensions were given for a dangerous weapon, other than a firearm. The category includes two incidents. There were one incidents of unspecified reasons. For three incidents, students were suspended for 5-10 days.