1. Maintain safe and secure campuses for all students
2. Ensure fair and consistent suspension appeals
3. Properly document compliance with all rules relating to suspension appeals
The Village @ Indian Hill
1460 E. Holt Ave., Suite 150
Pomona, CA 91767
8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Monday through Friday
Elizabeth Alfaro, Administrative Secretary II
(909) 397-4711 x3855
Fax: (909) 629-1003
Coordinate the student expulsion process including:
1. Obtain and maintain documentation
2. Schedule and issue notification for expulsion hearings
3. Prepare, notify, and implement appeal recommendations
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. What is suspension?
A. Suspension is the removal of a student from his or her regular school setting for up to five days because of unacceptable behavior.
Q. What is the process and timing for a suspension appeal?
A. The student is usually suspended the same day as the incident. Parents may request a suspension appeal. The date of the suspension appeal can be determined immediately, but it takes 3 to 5 days for the appeal hearing to take place. Generally, by then, the suspension is over.
Q. Can a suspension be expunged from a student's record?
A. Yes. A suspension can be expunged, but that is usually conditioned upon the successful completion of a behavior contract.
Q. What is a behavioral contract?
A. A behavioral contract specifies attendance, behavioral, and academic progress students must make in order to have a suspension expunged from his or her record.
Q. What happens at an suspension appeal hearing?
A. A panel consisting of the student, parents, school administrator, and the Director of Pupil Services meets to consider the facts of the suspension
Q. When can my child go back to school?
A. Your child may return to school when the suspension period has ended.