About Student Discipline

  • Student Discipline Logo ​​​​​The Student Discipline Prevention and Intervention Department (SDPI) provides advice, resources and advocacy to ensure that our ever growing school district has a unified focus in providing a safe, nurturing and well-disciplined environment for all of our students and employees. SDPI supports school staff and administrators to build capacity and restoratively improve school climate and culture through positive behavior interventions and supports and fair discipline processes and procedures.


2019-20 Student Code of Conduct

  • Fulton County Schools is making its Student Code of Conduct & Discipline Handbook available online in PDF format. Once you have read the electronic version and have reviewed the contents with your student(s), please take a moment to complete the Acknowledgement of Receipt Form by using the provided link below. All parents and student (over 10 years old) MUST sign this form. If you would like a paper copy of the Handbook, you or your student can pick one up in your school's front office.


Our Mission, Vision, and Beliefs

  • Our Vision:

    Is ​that all discipline processes, procedures and resources will promote student self-discipline and academic achievement.

    Our Mission:

    To advocate and impose discipline in a manner that promotes self-discipline so that all students, specifically students with discipline issues, will be educated to be responsible, productive citizens.

    We Believe In:

    • Proactive Discipline (prevention and intervention)
    • Positive School Climate
    • Appropriate Consequences (not punishment)
    • Excellence
    • Trust and Honest Communication
    • Common Understanding
    • Personal Responsibility
    • Commitment
    • Measured Results
    • Continuous Improvement
    • Stakeholder Partnership/Participation
    • Transparency and Accountability

    Value Statements:

    • The ultimate goal of discipline is self-discipline
    • Violations of the Student Code of Conduct require imposition of appropriate consequences
    • School attendance is imperative for high student achievement
    • Like academics, positive behavior is taught and modeled
    • All students can learn

Students Resources

Contact Us

  • Maribel Bell Ed.S
    Director of Student Discipline
    Phone: 470-254-0480
    Email

    Loreal Burns
    Professional Assistant, North
    Phone: 470-254-0417

    Ashley Bass
    Professional Assistant, South
    Phone: 470-254-0978

     

    STAFF

    Sarah Barbour
    Behavior Program Specialist
    Northeast Learning Community

    Danielle Robinson
    Behavior Program Specialist
    Nortwest Learning Community

    Jose Mena
    Behavior Program Specialist
    Central Learning Community

    Scott Farr
    Behavior Program Specialist
    Acheivement Zone

    Kevin Scott
    Behavior Program Specialist
    South Learning Community