Discipline Office



    Learning with Pride...Leaving a Legacy 

    Mr. Lorenzo Bagely, Student Services Manager



    At Legacy, we will abide by and enforce the Student Code of Conduct which will be provided to all students. Please read and go over these rules and regulations with your student. Administration and staff, will cover and teach all school specific rules and procedures to your students.

    Legacy Elementary will be a PBS school. PBS stands for Positive Behavior Support. This is a system that rewards students with "Legacy Loot" which is our school money. Students can earn this money by meeting our school wide expectations.


    R - Respect

    O- On Task

    A - Aim High

    R - Responsibility


    All staff members will have Legacy Loot to disperse to students who are found meeting expectations. There will be opportunities for students to spend their money through out the school year. Students will be informed in advance of any spending events or activities.

    Teachers will provide in class interventions to help students who may be struggling with behavior. Communication will be greatly encouraged so that we are all on the same page in order to ensure a successful school year for your student. In the case that classroom interventions are not successful and/or an egregious act occurs, students will be referred to the Dean. At this point, parents/guardians will be contacted and informed of the disciplinary decision that has been made.

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    A student’s failure to respond to the attempts by the teacher and parents to change or correct misconduct will result in a discipline referral being written and the student sent to the Dean’s office. Legacy will follow the Marion County Code of Student Conduct for Elementary Schools when a child is sent to the office for disciplinary reasons.


    Blatant disrespect
    Drugs, weapons, alcohol
    Willful disobedience/defiance


    The following interventions will be used to correct student behavior before further steps are taken:

    1. Parent Contact
    2. Verbal Correction
    3. Private Conference with Student
    4. Seat Change
    5. Behavior Contract
    6. Time Out
    7. Conference with Dean


    NOTE: Teachers are not limited to nor required to use all steps before writing a discipline referral.