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Board Policy

Interference with the Peaceful Conduct of Activities

1.  Technology Center Power to Maintain Order:

The superintendent or anyone designated by the superintendent or the board of education to maintain order in/at technology center sites shall have the authority and power to direct any person to leave property or any school activity when students are present, who is not a student, officer or employee thereof, and who:

  1. Interferes with the peaceful conduct of activities on school property;
  2. Interferes with the peaceful conduct of school activities off school property when students are present;
  3. Commits an act that interferes with the peaceful conduct of activities on school property;
  4. Commits an act that interferes with the peaceful conduct of school activities off school property when students are present;
  5. Enters school property for the purpose of committing an act that may interfere with the peaceful conduct of activities on school property;
  6. Enters non-school property when students are present for the purpose of committing an act that may interfere with the peaceful conduct of school activities

For purposes of this policy, the term “interferes with the peaceful conduct” includes, but is not limited to, actions that directly interfere with classes, study, student or faculty safety, housing or parking areas or extracurricular activities or any lawful activity; threatening or stalking any person; damaging or causing waste to any property belonging to  another person or the technology center; or direct interference with administration, maintenance or security of property belonging to the technology center.

Any person to whom this policy applies, who fails to leave the premises as directed or returns within six (6) months thereafter, without first obtaining written permission from the superintendent or anyone designated by the superintendent or the board of education, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor.

Appeal Process

After receiving a directive to leave the premises under this policy, the person issued the directive may request reconsideration by requesting review of the initial decision by letter to the superintendent.   If no written request is received within five (5) calendar days of the person’s receipt of written notification of the directive to leave the premises, the directive will be final and nonappealable. If the superintendent issued the initial directive to leave  the premises, the superintendent will appoint another administrator to review his/her decision. The decision of the superintendent or his/her designee will be final and nonappealable.

The superintendent or person who issues the directive to leave the premises will give the person to whom the directive is issued a copy of this policy within a reasonable amount of time after issuing the directive.  During any appeal process, the person given the directive  to leave the premises must remain off school property and away from school activities, whether on school district property or not, unless the superintendent, in writing, instructs that the directive is to be stayed pending the appeal process.

2.  Technology Center Power to Petition the District Court Regarding Workplace Harassment and Violence:

Workplace harassment and violence are unacceptable and should not be tolerated.  Pursuant to OKLA. STAT. tit. 12 § 1398, the board of education of the technology center may authorize the initiation of an action in a District Court of Oklahoma seeking injunctive and other available relief to address workplace harassment and/or violence. Seeking an injunction pursuant to § 1398 shall not limit any other action or recourse the Superintendent and technology center may have under law and technology center policy.

Reference:      OKLA. STAT. tit. 21, § 1376


Adopted: December 18, 2014;
Revised: February 11, 2020

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