The impact of having a new code of conduct in place for the start of the 2022-23 school year may have prompted students in DeKalb schools to see fewer out-of-school suspensions but more in-school suspensions, District 428 data shows.
The proposal is an extension of one of several 2023 summer build outs planned as DeKalb District 428 leaders identify needs to create more space for students and staff in five of the district’s school buildings, district documents show.
Sycamore High School went into a brief soft lockdown Wednesday for what district officials said was an isolated incident involving one student that required response from a school resource officer. No injuries were reported.
Former DeKalb District 428 school board member Howard Solomon was knocked from the April 4 ballot this week after a ruling by the DeKalb County Electoral Board. Solomon said he plans to still run as a write-in candidate.