SB 0937 Allows school districts to suspend students who have been charged with a felony
LR Number:3686S.01I Fiscal Note:3686-01
Last Action:03/06/02 - SCS Voted Do Pass (SCS SBs 937 & 936) S Education Journal page:
Committee (3686S.02C)
Title:SCS SBs 937 & 936
Effective Date:August 28, 2002
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SCS/SBs 937 & 936 - This act allows a school district to suspend a student who has been convicted of a felony criminal violation or has been charged with, or adjudicated to have committed a violent felony criminal violation, regardless of whether that student is prosecuted as an adult or as a juvenile.

Further, this act changes provisions in the Safe Schools Act by expanding the list of offenses for which a pupil may be prohibited from participating in regular programs of instruction to include any felony offense pursuant to Chapter 566, RSMo (sexual offenses) and Chapter 567, RSMo (prostitution).