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Countywide Plan for Provision of Services to Expelled Students

It is the policy and practice of the Board of Trustees of the San Mateo Union High School District to consider the expulsion of students who have been found in violation of the following Education Code Sections:
1. With the exception of Education Code 48900 Subsection (h), all other reasons specified in Education Code 48900, Subsections (a) through (r); and Subsections 48900.2 – 48900.7; with findings in accordance with Education Code 48900 (e) 1 and 2.
2. Education Code 48915, Subsection (a) 1 through 5.
3. Education Code 48915, Subsection (c) 1 through 5.
At the time of an expulsion or suspended expulsion, in accordance with state law, the Board of Trustees may direct that the student in question be subject to one of the educational services listed.
Click here for a complete packet of Countywide Plan for Provision of Services to Expelled Students.
If you have questions relating to these procedures, please contact the Attendance and Welfare Department at (650) 558-2259.