State law requires parent or family member involvement in the development of student codes of conduct.
17 Guam Code Annotated 3112.1 Same: Policy Against Bullying.
(b) The Guam Education Board (Board) shall adopt a policy prohibiting "harassment, intimidation, or bullying" and "cyberbullying" at school. The content of the policy shall be determined by the Board but shall contain at least the components in Subsection (c). The policy shall be adopted through a process that includes representation of parents or guardians, pupils, teachers, staff, administrators, volunteers, and community representatives.
17 Guam Code Annotated 6410 Student Discipline Advisory Councils.
In carrying out the provision of § 6409, the Superintendent may authorize the creation of a Student Discipline Advisory Council for each elementary and secondary school. Such Councils shall be given the power to establish Standard of student behavior, and shall have authority to hear charges of violations of such Standard, and to recommend appropriate disciplinary action to the principal. The procedure for expelling pupils shall require that before expulsion, the accused pupil be given a hearing before the Student Discipline Advisory Council of the student's school, if such exists.