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It is the intention of the Charter School Institute Board that the GVA-N school helps students achieve maximum development of individual knowledge, skills and competence and that they learn behavior patterns which will enable them to be responsible, contributing members of society.

The Board in accordance with state law directs all Institute Charter Schools to adopt a written student conduct and discipline code based upon the principle that every student is expected to follow accepted rules of conduct and to show respect for and to obey persons in authority.

1.0.Student Habitually Disruptive Behavior

1.1.Authority.  A student who is declared by the principal or the principal’s designee to be a habitually disruptive student may be suspended or expelled.

1.2.A habitually disruptive student is defined as a student who has been suspended out of school a minimum of three times during the current school year, for behavior that caused a material and substantial disruption on school grounds, in school vehicles, or at school activities or sanctioned events.

1.3.Suspensions counted toward a student being designated as habitually disruptive may include those that occurred in a prior school or district, provided such suspension(s) occurred within the current school year.

1.4.Material and substantial disruption is defined as behavior that is initiated, willful and overt on the part of the student, and is considered by school administration to cause a serious interference with the orderly operation of the school or the school’s ability to provide educational opportunities to the student or other students, including behavior that is detrimental to the welfare and safety of others.

1.5.The teacher is allowed to remove a disruptive student from his/her classroom and send the student to a different classroom to work on assigned classwork. Upon the third removal from a teacher’s classroom, the teacher may remove the disruptive student from his/her class for the remainder of the term of the class; except that the disruptive student shall not be removed from the teacher’s classroom for the remainder of the term of the class unless the principal or designee has developed and implemented a behavior plan for the student.

1.5.1.     As soon as possible after a removal, the teacher or the school principal or designee shall contact the parent or legal guardian of the student to request his/her attendance at a student-teacher conference regarding the removal and further actions.

1.6.Declaration as a habitually disruptive student requires that the following criteria be satisfied:

1.6.1.      The student and parent will be notified in writing of each suspension counted toward declaring the student as habitually disruptive, and shall be notified in writing and by telephone or other means of the definition of “habitually disruptive”, and of the student’s potential expulsion.

1.6.2.      A remedial discipline plan must be developed by the principal or designee with the assistance of the student’s teacher(s) and/or appropriate support staff. The purposes of the remedial discipline plan include:

1.6.3.      Assessing the potential reasons for the misconduct;

1.6.4.      Identifying future behavior expectations;

1.6.5.      Identifying the potential consequences, including expulsion, for continued disruptive behavior; and

1.6.6.      Identifying support resources and strategies assisting the student in successfully avoiding expulsion and remaining in school.

1.7. The remedial discipline plan should be written in the form of a contract and signed by the student and his or her parent(s). If a student or parent fails or refuses to attend a remedial discipline planning meeting, after reasonable attempts by school officials to schedule and provide notices of the meeting, the principal or designee may conduct the meeting and establish the remedial discipline plan in the absence of the student and/or parent(s).

1.8. The progress of the student on the remedial discipline plan should be monitored and the plan should be updated and/or revised as the student’s progress or lack of progress may warrant.

2.0. Grounds for sanctions including Suspension or Expulsion from School.

The principal or designated administrator may issue sanctions including suspension and may refer for expulsion a student who engages in one or more of the following activities as specifically identified by state statute.

2.1.Repeated interference with a school’s ability to provide educational opportunities to other students.

2.2.Behavior which disrupts or is intended to disrupt the educational process. This may include behaviors such as, but not limited to: Tapping, excessive talking while instruction is in progress, walking around classroom without permission while instruction or other related educational activities are taking place, etc.

2.3.Repeated or substantial disrespect to or defiance of GVA-N school staff, which interferes with school educational process.

2.4.Continued willful disobedience or open and persistent defiance of proper authority.

2.5.Using or otherwise directing profanity, vulgar language, or obscene gestures toward others.

2.6.Possessing, distributing, and/or communicating slanderous or libelous material.

2.7.Indecent exposure, lewd behavior, or possession of pornography (print or electronic).

2.8.Rioting, unlawful protests, illegal disruptive demonstrations or other expression that violates the rights of others on any District property.

2.9.Intentionally causing or participating in a bomb threat, false alarm, or other false notice that disrupts the school environment.

2.10.        Throwing objects, unless otherwise part of a supervised activity, which might cause bodily injury or damage property.

2.11.        Unsafe operation of a motor vehicle on school property.

2.12.        Lying or knowingly giving false information verbally or in writing to a staff member.

2.13.        Scholastic dishonesty, including but not limited to cheating, plagiarism or unauthorized collaboration with another person in preparing academic work.

2.14.        Stealing, attempting to steal, borrowing or possessing without authorization property from another student, school employee or from the school itself.

2.15.        Using, making or reproducing another person’s signature for deceptive purposes, including counterfeiting documents or currency.

2.16.        Failure to report a Condition that puts students or staff at risk of imminent harm.

2.17.        Failure to attend detention when given by a school staff.

2.18.        Willful destruction or defacing of school property.

2.19.        Damaging private property of others.

2.20.        Gambling or wagering items of value.

3.0. Student Violence, Fights, and Aggressive Behavior.

3.1.Fighting offenses, regardless of infliction of bodily injury, occur when: (1) a person acts with the intent of making physical contact with another person, or acts with the knowledge that such contact would probably result; (2) physical contact with another person does result; and, (3) the contact is offensive to the other person. For purposes of this policy a fight may also include a student attempting but failing to make harmful or offensive contact with another person.

3.1.1.      Student Responsibilities. If a conflict appears to be likely, or occurs, students are expected to make all reasonable efforts to avoid the conflict, including leaving the scene or seeking the help of a school employee.

3.2.Rules For The Administration Of The Protection Of Persons From Restraint

3.2.1.      Basis For The Use Of Restraint

Restraints shall only be used: In an emergency and with extreme caution; and After the failure of less restrictive alternatives (such as Positive Behavior Supports, constructive and non-physical de-escalation, and re-structuring the environment); or a determination that such alternatives would be inappropriate or ineffective under the circumstances. Restraints must never be used as a punitive form of discipline or as a threat to control or gain compliance of a student’s behavior.

 School personnel shall: restraints only for the period of time necessary and using no more force than is necessary; and prioritize the prevention of harm to the student. the principal or his or her designee must fill out all the appropriate paperwork and verbally notify the parents or legal guardian as soon as possible, but no later than the end of the school day that the restraint was used.

3.3.3.      General Requirements: When restraints, including seclusion, are used, the public education program shall ensure that: restraint is administered in such a way that the student is inhibited or impeded from breathing or communicating; restraint is administered in such a way that places excess pressure on the student’s chest, back, or causes positional asphyxia; are administered only by staff who has received training, in accordance with Section 2.03 of these Rules; to have the restraint removed are provided to the student who indicates that (s)he is willing to cease the violent or dangerous behavior; When it is determined by trained staff that the restraint is no longer necessary to protect the student or others (i.e., the emergency no longer exists), the restraint must be removed. In the case of seclusion, staff must reintegrate the student or clearly communicate to the student that (s) he is free to leave the area used to seclude the student; and Student is reasonably monitored to ensure the student’s physical safety. for sanctions including Suspension or Expulsion from School. The principal or designated administrator may issue sanctions including suspension and may refer for expulsion a student who engages in one or more of the following activities as specifically identified by state statute. fighting or assault, including use of insults, taunts or challenges to another in a manner where such words or behavior is likely to incite a fight. Videotaping and/or electronically sharing or posting images of fights. Helping arrange circumstances for the purpose of allowing others to fight. Behavior on or off school property which is detrimental to the welfare or safety of other students or of school personnel, including behavior which creates a threat of physical harm to the student or to other students. This may include behavior which recklessly endangers students, staff or others.

Offenses and consequences for violence or fighting offenses will be cumulative for a period of three calendar years. Offenses confirmed from schools prior to enrollment in the District may apply toward the cumulative total.

1st Offense – Student may be suspended for up to five (5) days out of school. Alternative to suspension opportunities may be considered by school administration.

2nd Offense – Student should be suspended for up to five (5) days out of school. An alternative to expulsion opportunity may be considered by school administration.

3rd Offense – Student should be suspended for five (5) days out of school and expulsion proceedings may be initiated at the discretion of school administrator.

4.1.Student Weapons And Dangerous Items In School

4.2.Carrying, bringing, using, transferring or possessing any firearm, dangerous weapon or other dangerous items identified in this policy are prohibited.

4.3. Firearms. Mandatory 10-day suspension and expulsion for the first offense.

4.2.1. firearm” is defined as: Any weapon (including a starter gun) which will or is designed to or may readily be converted to expel a projectile by the action of an explosive; The frame or receiver of any weapon described above;  Any firearm muffler or firearm silencer;

4.3. The principal shall initiate expulsion proceedings for students who carry, bring, use or possess a firearm. Unless expulsion is otherwise required by federal law, a student may, but need not be expelled if as soon as possible upon discovering that he or she is in possession of the firearm, the student notifies and delivers the weapon to school officials.

4.4.Pursuant to federal law, expulsion of not less than one (1) year is mandatory for any student who brings a firearm to school. Exceptions may be made on a case-by-case basis as determined by the superintendent. The reasons for granting an exception shall be in writing.

4.5.Dangerous Weapons. Mandatory five-day suspension and mandatory expulsion referral may result in expulsion for the first offense.

4.5.1. Explosives. Any explosive, incendiary, or poison gas including but not limited to, bomb, grenade, rocket having a propellant charge of more than four ounces, missile having an explosive or incendiary charge of more than one quarter ounce, mine or similar device. An expulsion referral is mandatory for such violations

4.5.2. Firearm Facsimile. Carrying, using, actively displaying or threatening with the use of a firearm facsimile that could reasonably be mistaken for an actual firearm. A student may seek prior authorization from the building principal to carry, bring, use or possess a firearm facsimile that could reasonably be mistaken for an actual firearm on school property for purposes of a school-related or non-school related activity. The principal shall, only after consultation with the district Security Services Manager, issue a decision to deny or permit a student to carry, bring, use or possess a firearm facsimile that could reasonably be mistaken for an actual firearm on school property, and such decision shall be final.

4.6.Grounds for sanctions including Suspension or Expulsion from School.

4.6.1.Any pellet, BB gun or other device, whether operational or not, designed to propel projectiles by spring action or compressed air;

4.6.2. A knife with a blade that measures longer than three inches in length;

4.6.3. Any object, device, instrument, material, or substance, whether animate or inanimate, used or intended to be used to inflict death or serious bodily injury including, but not limited to slingshot, bludgeon, brass knuckles or artificial knuckles of any kind.

4.6.4. Any knife, regardless of the length of the blade, other instruments with sharpened blades or edges that might easily be used as a weapon, or any other substance or object, regardless of intended purpose, used in a manner that may render them dangerous to the user or others. Exceptions include scissors or other sharpened instruments commonly used during supervised educational activities.

4.6.5. Bullets (used or unused), fireworks, smoke or stink bombs or any other pyrotechnic device.

4.6.6. Bringing, possessing or using substances or objects, regardless of their intended purpose(s), in a manner that may render them dangerous to the user or others without authorization.

4.7.Referral to Law Enforcement. School personnel shall refer any student who brings a firearm or dangerous weapon to school without authorization of the school or the District to law enforcement.

5.0. Student searches and school property items

5.1. Lockers, desks, and storage areas are the property of the school district. No right or expectation of privacy exists for any student as to the use of any space issued or assigned to a student by the school. Lockers and other spaces are subject to search in accordance with school policy.

5.2. No student may use a locker, desk, or storage area to store any substance or object which is prohibited by law or school rules or which poses a threat to the health, safety or welfare of the occupants of the school building or the building itself.

5.3. Students will assume full responsibility for the security of their lockers and/or other storage areas in the manner approved by the administration. Students will be responsible for whatever is contained in desks and lockers assigned to them by the school.

5.4. Any student's locker, desk, or other storage area will be subject to search if reasonable grounds exist to suspect that the search will yield evidence of the student's violation of the law or school rules.

5.5. All student lockers may be searched at any time without prior notice and without reasonable suspicion that the search will yield evidence of any particular student's violation of the law or school rules.

5.6. The principal or his/her designee may search a desk, locker or any other storage area and its contents when he/she has reasonable grounds for a search. Whenever possible, another person will be available to witness the search.

5.7. The principal or his/her designee may search the person of a student if the school official has reasonable grounds to believe that the student is in possession of contraband.

5.8. Search of the person will be limited to any object in the student's possession such as a purse, book bag or briefcase and the student pulling out his/her pockets.

5.9. Searches of the person will be conducted out of the presence of other students and as privately as possible. At least one but not more than three additional persons of the same sex as the student being searched will witness but not participate in the search.

5.10. The parent or guardian of any student searched will be notified of the search as soon as reasonably possible.

6.0. Student Drug, Alcohol, and Controlled Substance Offenses.

6.1. School districts are required by Colorado law to adopt policies regarding use, possession and/or sale of drugs or other controlled substances.

6.2. Parents who have questions or concerns about student drug or alcohol issues are encouraged to contact a school counselor or mental health provider, school administration, or the District Office of Intervention Services to discuss resources that may be available to assist them. Schools should provide opportunities for students to increase awareness regarding the consequences of controlled substance use and abuse.

6.3. Students may not knowingly use, be under the influence of, possess, bring, sell, solicit the sale of, transfer, distribute, or supply a drug, controlled substance or drug paraphernalia as defined in this policy. A student may be found to have violated this policy if he or she reasonably should have known that he or she was engaging in one of these prohibited activities.

6.3.1. Violations of this policy are considered to be detrimental to the welfare and safety of the student, other students and/or school personnel.

6.3.2. Violations of this policy are considered to cause material disruptions to the school’s learning environment. Violations may be counted toward declaration as a habitually disruptive student.

6.4. Definitions:

6.4.1. Controlled Substance – Controlled substances include but are not limited to narcotic drugs, hallucinogenic or mind-altering drugs or substances, amphetamines, barbiturates, stimulants, depressants, marijuana, anabolic steroids, and other controlled substances as defined in state or federal law. For the purposes of this policy, the following substances are also considered controlled substances:; Drug – Any prescription drug without a current, valid prescription identifying the person possessing the drug as the owner; Drugs – Any substance that a student believes to be a controlled substance or that is represented to be such by a student, including but not limited to vitamins, supplements, or over-the-counter medications; medications when taken in a dangerous manner or in excess of the recommended dosage;, mushrooms, herbs or other natural or synthetic substances used for the purpose of altering the mind; or mind-altering gases; Marijuana, even if legally purchased through retail establishments or prescribed.

6.5. Possession of any tobacco product by students is also prohibited on school property.

6.5.1. "Tobacco product" means: a. Any product that contains nicotine or tobacco or is derived from tobacco and is intended to be ingested or inhaled by or applied to the skin of an individual, including but not limited to cigarettes, cigars, pipe tobacco, snuff and chewing tobacco; and b. Any electronic device that can be used to deliver nicotine to the person inhaling from the device, including but not limited to an electronic cigarette, cigar, cigarillo or pipe.

6.6.Use – Lighting, chewing, smoking, inhaling, applying or otherwise ingesting a controlled substance.

6.7.Possession – Bringing, possessing or having in one’s control controlled substance or drug paraphernalia.

6.8.Sale – Exchanging money or any other item of value in a transaction where a controlled substance is exchanged.

6.9.Distribution – Providing a controlled substance to others regardless of the exchange of money or item of value.

6.10. Transfer – Passing a controlled substance to others.

6.11. Solicitation – Communicating about the potential sale, purchase, transfer or distribution of a controlled substance, even if no exchange was completed

6.12. Paraphernalia – Possessing or bringing any equipment, product or material which is used, intended to be used or designed for use in introducing a controlled substance into the body.

6.13. Under the Influence – When a student has ingested, inhaled, or applied a controlled substance or when a student’s behavior, condition, speech, appearance, odor, well-being or the well-being of others is affected by the use of a controlled substance.

7.0. Sanctions and Interventions.

7.1. Students are subject to disciplinary action up to and including suspension and expulsion for any single controlled substance offense.

7.2. Offenses and consequences for controlled substance violations will be cumulative for a period of three calendar years. Offenses confirmed from schools prior to enrollment in the District may apply toward the cumulative total. 3.3 The sale, distribution, transfer or solicitation of a controlled substance, regardless of the exchange of an item of value, will result in a suspension of five (5) days out of school. Expulsion may also result for these actions regardless of whether or not it is a first offense. Alternative to expulsion options may be considered at the discretion of school and District officials. 

7.3. Controlled substance offenses resulting in arrests or felony charges, or those, during which the violating student endangered the immediate safety of others, including driving other students while under the influence of a controlled substance, will result in a suspension of a minimum five (5) days out of school. Alternative to expulsion options may be considered at the discretion of school and District officials.

7.4. Controlled substance offenses other than those involving the sale, distribution, transfer or solicitation as defined in this policy will typically result in the following sanctions and intervention opportunities:

7.4.1. 1st offense – Student should be suspended out of school for up to five (5) days. Alternative to suspension opportunities may be considered by school administration.

7.4.2. 2nd offense – Student should be suspended for up to five (5) days out of school. Alternative to suspension or alternative to expulsion opportunities may be considered by school administration.

7.4.3. 3rd offense – Student should be suspended for five (5) days and expulsion proceedings should be initiated.

7.5. Due Process. Due process will be followed when discipline sanctions may result for violations of this policy, except that when a student is recognized to be under the influence of a controlled substance and school officials believe the student’s judgment is impaired, due process procedures may be delayed until immediate health and safety needs are first addressed.

7.6. Notification of Parent or Guardian. Parents will be notified following an initial investigation and determination that a student is believed to have violated this policy, after any emergency health or safety needs are first addressed.

7.7. Notification of Law Enforcement. School officials shall notify law enforcement regarding suspected violations of this policy and shall cooperate with any investigation that may result

8.0.Student Bullying, Harassment, Hazing, Intimidation and Threatening Behavior

8.1. Definitions

8.1.1. Bullying – Any written or verbal expression or electronic act or gesture, or a pattern thereof, that is intended to coerce, intimidate, or cause any physical, mental, or emotional distress. Harassment – Includes but is not limited to unwelcome verbal, written or physical conduct. Sexual Harassment – Unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors and other verbal, physical or electronic communication of a sexual nature that creates physical or emotional distress for the victim.

8.2. Hazing – Any activity by which a person recklessly endangers the health or safety of or causes a risk of bodily injury to an individual for the purpose of initiation or admission into or affiliation with any student organization; except that hazing does not include customary athletic events or other similar contests or competitions under the supervision of a coach or sponsor. For the purposes of this policy, hazing also includes humiliation tactics, forced social isolation, verbal or emotional abuse, forced or excessive consumption of food or liquids, or any activity that requires a student to engage in illegal activity.

8.3. Intimidation – Intentionally coercing or frightening someone to do something against his or her will, or to not do something the he or she would have done were it not for the intimidating behavior.

8.4. Threat – Expressing an intention to inflict injury or damage to another person or property. Threats may be direct, indirect, conditional or veiled in nature.

8.5. Consequences. Violations of this policy are detrimental to the welfare and safety of the victim, as well as disruptive to the school learning environment. Consequences up to and including suspension or expulsion may be warranted for single, severe violations or for a pattern of violations.

8.5.1. Interventions for violations of this policy are: 1st Offense – warning and education about this policy, parent contact, and school-based sanctions as determined by school administration. 2nd Offense – extended education about the policy, parent conference, school-based sanctions that may include out-of-school suspension. Repeat violations typically warrant alternative to suspension education programming and individualized plans to mediate the situation. 3rd Offense – Increased interventions up to and including extended suspensions and referral for expulsion.

8.6. Gang-Related Activities

8.6.1. It is the desire at GVA-N to keep its events, and its students free from the influence of gangs and gang related activity. Such activity is detrimental to the safety and welfare of students and school personnel and threatens to disrupt the educational process.

8.6.2. The term “gang” as used in this policy shall refer to all groups of individuals who share a common interest, bond, or activity characterized by criminal or delinquent conduct engaged in collectively or individually.

8.6.3. The Principal or designee shall maintain supervision of school premises, school vehicles, and school-related activities to deter gang activity, confrontations, and intimidation of students.

8.6.4. It is prohibited the presence on school premises, in school vehicles, and at school-related activities of any apparel (including clothing), jewelry, accessory, notebook, emblems, or badges which by virtue of color, arrangement, trademark, or other attribute denotes membership in gangs or gang-related activity.

8.6.5. Gestures, signals, or graffiti that connote gang membership or activities are prohibited in school buildings, on school grounds, at school activities, and in school vehicles.

8.6.6. Parents will be notified of violations to this policy. More severe disciplinary actions may be taken including suspension or expulsion for repeated or serious violations of this policy. 

9.0. Student Dress Code

9.1. In order to promote a safe environment at GVA-N that focuses on education and minimizes distractions students are expected to abide by the following general guidelines for dress code.

  1. Shirts must be fitted and long enough to naturally touch the top of the lower garment and/or be tucked in;
  2. Shirts must cover the shoulders;
  3. All attire should be sized to fit without exposing undergarments, buttocks, stomachs or cleavage;
  4. Shorts and skirts must be fingertip length when arms are resting at sides;
  5. Shoes/sandals must be worn at all times.
  6. GVA Wear: T-shirts, GVA logo Polo Shirts and GVA logo Sweatshirts.
  7. GVA logo Fleece Jackets and logo sweatshirts may be worn in the classroom over their shirts. (Winter coats may be worn only into the building and out on the playground.
  8. GVA approved uniform bottoms for boys must be solid, navy blue or khaki colored uniform pants and shorts.
  9. GVA approved uniform bottoms for boys must be solid, navy blue or khaki colored uniform pants, mid-thigh length shorts, mid-thigh length skirts, mid-thigh length shorts, mid-thigh length skirts or jumpers.

9.2. The following items or clothing are specifically prohibited:

  1. a) Spaghetti straps, tank tops and halter tops;
  2. b) Transparent/mesh clothing;
  3. c) Garments, make-up or hair worn in a manner that makes a student’s face unidentifiable;
  4. d) Exposed undergarments;
  5. e) Pajamas and house slippers;
  6. f) Shirts with revealing necklines or armholes;
  7. g) Shirts hanging longer than the fingertips when arms are fully extended;
  8. h) Hats, caps or sunglasses worn indoors;
  9. i) Gloves worn indoors;
  10. j) Hairnets, bandanas, and DOO-rags;
  11. k) Caps, athletic headbands and armbands (prohibited indoors except when the wearer is participating in a sporting event);
  12. l) Clothing or accessories that promote drugs, alcohol or tobacco either by brand or message;
  13. m) Clothing or accessories with sexually suggestive language or messages;
  14. n) Clothing or accessories that have pictures of guns or weapons, promote violence, criminal activity, intimidation or intolerance of others (based on religion, ethnicity, gender or lifestyle);
  15. o) Clothing or accessories that could readily be used as a weapon or might otherwise injure the wearer, including items with spikes or loose hanging chains;
  16. p) Attire, accessories or manners of grooming indicative of affiliation with a gang, secret society or disruptive group. This includes, but is not limited to clothing, gang-related colors or numbers, bandanas, sports logos/apparel, make-up, hats, emblems, trademarks, badges, insignia, logos, belt buckles, colored shoe strings, and jewelry.
  17. q) Trench coats and other like jackets capable of concealing weapons.
  18. r) Clothing or accessories affiliated with Insane Clown Posse, including all items related to the band’s record label “Psychopathic Records” and other groups it sponsors in addition to Insane Clown Posse, including but not limited to Twiztid, Blaze, Boondox, Psychopathic Rydaz and Dark Lotus: and
  19. s) Professional athletic team jerseys.

9.3. Interventions for violations of this policy are:

 9.3.1. 1st Offense: Student will receive a warning parent/Guardian will be notified. Student will be loaned a gently used uniform for the day.

9.3.2. 2nd Offense: Parents will be asked to bring in uniforms and/or the students will be sent home to change.

9.3.3. 3rd Offense: Student will receive detention.

9.3.4. 4th Offense: Student will receive 1 day suspension.

Legal References:

C.R.S. 22-33-106 (1) (a-e) (Grounds for suspension, expulsion, denial of admission)

C.R.S. 18-33-202 et seq (Offenses against a person)

C.R.S. 22-32-109.1 (Student conduct, safety and welfare)

C.R.S. 22-12-105 (3) (Authority to suspend, or expel for false accusations)

C.R.S. 12-22-303-(7) (Definition of controlled substance)

C.R.S. 18-4-301 et seq (Offenses against school property)

C.R.S. § 18-1-703 (use of physical force by those supervising minors)

C.R.S. § 26-20-101, et seq. (protection of persons from restraint)

C.C.R. § 2620-R-1.00, et seq. (protection of persons from restraint)

C.R.S. 18-13-121 (furnishing tobacco products to minors)

C.R.S. 22-32-109 (1) (bb) (policy required prohibiting use of tobacco products on school grounds.)

C.R.S. 19-1-103(52) C.R.S. 22-1-120(8) C.R.S. 22-32-109.1 (Gang-Related Activities)