Johnson DAEP “Point System”

Johnson DAEP “Point System”
Once a student is assigned to Johnson DAEP, they are given a point goal that they will
need to reach in order to earn their release, based on the amount of
days that they are assigned and their offense.
30 days = 6,300 points
45 days = 9,450 points
60 days = 12,600 points
90 days/drugs/alcohol = 18,900 points
Points are earned through appropriate behavior and work during their classes, and through
additional activities that they can participate in or perform.
Here is a brief overview of how the points work:
Each class period, a student with appropriate behavior and focused classwork earns 30 points.
Misbehavior or lack of work results in point deductions ranging from 2 to 10 points per offense.
Please see the following page for specific offenses and deductions
At the end of the day, if they have earned 30 points in each class, and do not have any point
deductions, they are awarded a bonus 100 points for achieving a
“perfect day”. This means that they can earn
(30 points x 7 classes) + 100 point bonus = 310 points.
The 100 point bonus for a perfect day reduces the number of days it
takes for a student to reach their release point goal:
30 days of points can be earned in 20 perfect days
45 days can be earned in 30
60 days can be earned in 40
18,900 points can be earned in 60 perfect days.
Additional bonus points can be earned by:
Bringing a ream (500 sheets) of white printer paper = +100 points each, max 2 packs per week
Attendance of the “Family Anthem” Seminar with a parent/guardian on specific Saturdays –
These all-day sessions focus on family communication and responsibilities.
Points awarded depends on the length of assignment at DAEP.
- Attendance of the Drug Intervention and Prevention class
These afternoon classes focus on replacing negative (drug) behaviors with positive choices and actions
= +2,000 points (only for students assigned to AEP for a drug/alcohol related offense)
Why are you taking points off ?!?!?
Here is the list of demerit codes from the AEP point sheets,
what they mean, and how points will be deducted for each offense.
Code A – Dress code violation – 15 points
Not wearing your ID on your neck
Not having your shirt tucked in properly
- Sagging pants
Code B – Disrespectful – range from 2 points to 5 points (per event)
Name calling
Improper behavior/action
Code C – Interrupting Class - range from 2 points to 5 points (per event)
Drawing unnecessary attention to yourself
Noises, comments, or actions that cause class discussion or activity to get “off track”
Code D – Not following directions - range from 2 points to 5 points (per event)
Failure or refusal to do what you have been asked or told to do
Doing as instructed, but not within an appropriate amount of time
Code E – Not having materials – range from 2 to 10 points (per item not brought to class)
No paper
No pencil
Any other material as required by the
Code F – Profanity – 50 points (per event)
Cuss words -
Racial slurs - inappropriate language, gestures or graphics
Code G – Inattention in class – 5 points (per time period)
Putting your head down (on the table, on your arms)
Not maintaining appropriate eye contact with the teacher or class focus
Code H – Unapproved matter in mouth – range from 2 to 5 points (per event)
Anything not permanently attached (teeth, tongue, braces)
Examples include, but are NOT limited to: gum, paper, candy, jewelry
Code I – No work - 5 points (per time period)
Not completing assigned work in a timely manner
Not staying focused on task
Code J – Other – range from 2 points to 10 points (per time period)
Any other inappropriate behavior that the teacher or administrators feel needs to be