7B-2504. Conditions of protective supervision for undisciplined juveniles.

The court may place a juvenile on protective supervision pursuant to G.S. 7B-2503 so that the juvenile court counselor may (i) assist the juvenile in securing social, medical, and educational services and (ii) visit and work with the family as a unit to ensure the juvenile is provided proper supervision and care. The court may impose any combination of the following conditions of protective supervision that are related to the needs of the juvenile, including:

(1) That the juvenile shall remain on good behavior and not violate any laws;

(2) That the juvenile attend school regularly;

(3) That the juvenile maintain passing grades in up to four courses during each grading period and meet with the juvenile court counselor and a representative of the school to make a plan for how to maintain those passing grades;

(4) That the juvenile not associate with specified persons or be in specified places;

(5) That the juvenile abide by a prescribed curfew;

(6) That the juvenile report to a juvenile court counselor as often as required by a juvenile court counselor;

(7) That the juvenile be employed regularly if not attending school; and

(8) That the juvenile satisfy any other conditions determined appropriate by the court. (1979, c. 815, s. 1; 1998-202, s. 6; 2001-490, s. 2.20.)