School discipline reform

Responsibility falls on the whole community–school districts as well as community partners–to keep kids in class. Together, we can close the discipline gap.

School District Commitments

Twenty-one local school districts have made commitments to reduce or eliminate out-of-school suspensions and explore alternative forms of school disciplinary practices.

School District Commitment Tier 3

Committed to changing school district policy to eliminate out-of-school suspension for pre-k through 3rd graders in the 2017-2018 school year, and exploring alternative forms of school disciplinary practices.

KIRKWOOD   |   MAPLEWOOD RICHMOND HEIGHTS   |   ST. LOUIS PUBLIC SCHOOLS

School District Commitment Tier 2

Committed to changing school district policy to eliminate out-of-school suspension for pre-k through 3rd graders in the 2018-2019 school year, and exploring alternative forms of school disciplinary practices.

NORMANDY   |   LADUE

School District Commitment Tier 1

Committed to reducing out-of-school suspension for pre-k through 3rd graders and exploring alternative forms of school disciplinary practices.

AFFTON   |   BAYLESS   |   BRENTWOOD   |   CLAYTON   |   RITENOUR

HAZELWOOD   |   JENNINGS   |   ST. CHARLES CITY   |   ORCHARD FARM   |   PATTONVILLE

WEBSTER GROVES   |   FERGUSON-FLORISSANT   |   FRANCIS HOWELL   |   WENTZVILLE

HANCOCK PLACE   |   SPECIAL SCHOOL DISTRICT   |   UNIVERSITY CITY