Princeton Elementary School  Logo
Principal's Message Assistant Principal Contact Information School Nurse School Directory Student and Parent Info Non-Discrimination & Disability Harassment PBIS Revised Statute 24:523 School Improvement Plan
Fourth Grade Teachers Fifth Grade Teachers Enrichment Teachers
AR Club Math Club 4-H Club Archery Destination Imagination Poetry Club Pride of Princeton Robotics


Major Infractions Defined

Major infractions are discipline incidents of such severity that warrant administrative intervention.


Major Infractions



Possession of, having passed on, or being responsible for removing someone else’s property


Actions involving serious physical contact where injury may occur; includes hitting, pushing, punching, hitting with an object, kicking, hair pulling, scratching, etc.


Student delivers threats and intimidation (verbal or nonverbal), obscene gestures, or comments based on race, religion, gender, age, national origin, disabilities, or other matters

Damage to Property

Student participates in an activity that results in permanent destruction or disfigurement of property


Student brings an object to school that has the ability to harm others

Inappropriate sexual language/touching

Student repeatedly delivers a message that is untrue and/or  repeatedly presents something as their own that is not; includes assignments, signatures, etc.


Targeted and intentional use of inappropriate language (verbal or nonverbal-including pictures)

Any habitual minor infractions

Student continually breaks school rules or repeatedly commits minor infractions (5 minors = 1 major*)


























*resets weekly