DHS sees decrease in student infractions
DeKALB – DeKalb High School officials said the number of student infractions from the first semester are down, year over year.
In a report presented to the school board Tuesday night, DHS Dean Sean Chamberlain said there is a 40 percent reduction in the number of referrals between first semester 2011-12 and first semester 2012-13.
Chamberlain cautioned that the data might seem misleading. Not mentioned in the report, Chamberlain said, is the fact that 55 percent of DHS students did not receive any referral.
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