Policies and Procedures
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The Board of Education sets local education policy consistent with state and federal laws governing public education. At the direction of the Board, the Superintendent and the school system administrative staff develop policies and administrative procedures to support policy decisions. Development and revision of policies follow Policy 2020 Policy Development and Adoption.
The policies are assigned by category series as follows:
- 1000 Series: Foundations And Basic Commitments
- 2000 Series: School Board Governance and Operations
- 3000 Series: General School Administration
- 4000 Series: Fiscal Management
- 5000 Series: Support Services
- 6000 Series: Facilities Planning And Development
- 7000 Series: Human Resources
- 8000 Series: Instruction
- 9000 Series: Students
- 10000 Series: School and Community Involvement
Policies Under a Full Review and/or Development
- Policy 2020 – Policy Development and Adoption
- Policy 3010 – Emergency Preparedness
- Policy 4000 – Grants
- Policy 7040 – Alcohol and Noncontrolled Substance Abuse by Employees
- Policy 7050 – Drug Use by Employees: Illegal Drugs, Drug Paraphernalia and Controlled Substances
- Policy 7060 – Royalties
- Policy 8020 – Grading and Reporting: High School (2 year review)
- Policy 9210 – Student Dress Code
- Policy 9270 – Student Assault and/or Battery on Staff
- Policy 9280 – Students Charged with Community or Reportable Offenses
- Policy 10000 – Parent, Family and Community Involvement
- Policy 10020 – Use of School Facilities
Policies Revised But Not Yet Implemented
These policies and procedures are effective July 1, 2019 unless otherwise noted.
During the development or revision period, comments and suggestions for changes to the policies under review can be submitted via email to email@example.com and will be shared with the applicable committee chairs prior to the presentation of the proposed policy report to the Board of Education.
After presentation of the proposed policy to the Board of Education, the public are invited to submit written testimony at least 48 hours prior to the meeting at which the Board is scheduled to take action by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by letter to the Board of Education Office. The public may also testify in person at the public hearing. Equal consideration is given to written and oral testimony.
For more information, contact email@example.com.