TYPE III DISCIPLINARY OFFENSES 1. Threatening staff or using threats or force to make other persons give up money or property they have a right to possess. 2. Stealing school property or the property of others by using force against another person. 3. Causing serious injury to another person by using force. 4. Starting a fire or causing an explosion with intent to damage school or personal property. 5. Possessing or transmitting any firearm, knife, explosive, or other dangerous object of no reasonable approved school usage. 6. Selling, giving, possessing with intent to sell, or administering to another person any drug, hallucinogenic substance, barbiturate, amphetamine, marijuana, alcoholic beverage, or intoxicant. 7. Engaging :n violent conduct, which intentionally or recklessly causes physical injury or substantial property damage. 8. Physical or sexual assault on another person, any school staff member or volunteer. 9. Sounding or reporting a false emergency alarm. 10. Hazing (The term "possessing" includes holding, carrying, or storing a prohibited object or substance on or in a student's body, clothing, hat, purse, wallet, handbag, carrying case of any type, locker, desk, chair, automobile, bicycle, motorcycle, book, tablet, pen, pencil, or in any way or manner whatsoever.) PENALTIES FOR TYPE III DISCIPLINARY OFFENSES 1. The student will be removed from class if the offense took place during class. 2. The student will repair, restore, or provide restitution for any damaged or stolen property. 3. The principal will refer the student to law enforcement officials, the school security staff, the in-school support program, and/or the community counseling program. 4. The principal may recommend the student for expulsion. (Student may be placed on suspension pending the expulsion hearing.)' 5. The principal may, deprive the student of school privileges for a period not to exceed 10 school days. 6. The principal may suspend the student and/or recommend the student for expulsion. Students who engage in Type III misconduct may be expelled by the Board of Education or its Hearing Officer.