• Removal from Class A student may not be removed from a particular class more than six times in any year, nor more than twice in one week unless the student is referred to the building principal and granted an informal hearing as described in the paragraph on suspensions. In-School Suspensions In-school suspension is a procedure in which the assigned student spends the full school day in a restricted area away from the rest of the students. It is a penalty for committing Type I or Type II offenses. This is not counted as a truancy. The in-school suspension class will be held in an appropriate location in the school and will be properly supervised. The students will be assigned a date to report to I.S.S. This will allow them to receive parental acknowledgment of the assignment and allow teachers to provide meaningful assignments. The school will also supply pertinent material with which the I.S.S. supervisor can make assignments. All assignees to I.S.S. will be considered present for the day. The supervisor will be allowed to assign only one additional day of I.S.S. After serving I.S.S., the students will be allowed to return to school without a parent or guardian. Each school should attempt to limit the number of I.S.S. students to not more than 20 at anyone time. A student who intentionally misses I.S.S., is disruptive in I.S.S. or has been continually assigned I.S.S. may be subject to further administrative action.