MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) - One of the top priorities for the new Bibb County Schools Discipline Task Force is to create a universal code of conduct for discipline.
Deputy Superintendent of Student Affairs for the Bibb County School District Ed Judie, says there's a current code of conduct set by the state that all schools follow. Each school within the district has additional rules and procedures for enforcing behavior. Judie says creating that universal code will help determine who's sent to alternative schools.
"All schools are doing the exact same thing to place children in these programs it won't be random selection, it won't be a difference in who goes there," says Judie
Judie says at the three campuses, Barden Elementary, Bloomfield Middle, and Northeast High Schools,
students in the alternative program will have separate entrances and exits. They will be kept from the rest of the student body.