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6000 Instruction

7000 School Facilities and New Construction

9000 Board of Education

Article 0 PHILOSOPHY, GOALS, OBJECTIVES, AND COMPREHENSIVE PLANS
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0. Concepts and Roles

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1. Philosophy and Mission Statement

A. Philosophy

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B. Mission Statement

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2. Goals for the District

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A. Goals for Education

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(1) Instructional Program Goals
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(2) Communication Goals
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(3) Staffing Goals
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(4) Operational Goals
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B. Evaluation of District Goals

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3. Philosophy Related to Prejudice

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4. Philosophy Related to Health and Welfare of Students - Oxidant Episodes

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5. Federal Financial Aid-Control of Public Education

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6. Comprehensive Plans

A. Local Control Accountability Plan

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B. Accountability

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C. Affirmative Action Plan

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D. District Master Plan for School Improvement

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E. Comprehensive Local Plan for Special Education

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F. Major Disaster Plan

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G. Drug-Free Workplace Plan

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H. Tobacco-Free Schools Plan

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I. Local Wellness Policy

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J. Title I Program Improvement Schools
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K. School Plans/Site Councils

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L. School-Based Program Coordination

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Article 1 COMMUNITY RELATIONS
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0. Concepts and Roles in Community Relations

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1. Communication with the Public

A. Press Release and Publicity

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B. Press Access to Campus and Students

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2. Participation by the Public

A. Access to School Premises

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B. Citizens’ Committees

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C. Recognition of Outstanding Public Service

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D. School Booster Organizations

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3. Public Activities Involving Staff, Students or School Facilities

A. Political Participation of Employees

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B. Public Complaints

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(1) Uniform Complaint Procedure

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(2) Williams Uniform Complaint Procedures

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C. Gifts to the School District

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D. Use of School Property

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E. Display of Flag

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F. Educational Research

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G. Advertising and Promotion

(1) Distribution of Materials

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Article 2 ADMINISTRATION
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0. Concept and Roles in Administration


1. Management Organization

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2. Functions of Management Personnel

A. Administration

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B. Superintendent

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(1) Evaluation of the Superintendent

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3. Personnel Policies for Management Employees

A. Management Evaluation

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B. Perceived Principal Effectiveness

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Article 3 BUSINESS SERVICES

 

(Series 3000)

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0. Concept and Roles in Business

 
 
 

1. Financial Records/Accounting

 
 
 

A. Budget Adoption

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(1) Budget Control

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(2) Fund Balance Policy -- GASB 54

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B. Financial Reporting

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(1) Reporting District Investments

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C. Accounting

 

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(1) Travel and Expense Reimbursement Policy

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(2) Job Related Expenses

 

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D. Fiscal Independence

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(1) Disbursing Officer

 

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(2) Processing Procedures

 

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(3) Internal Audit Functions

 

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2. Insurance Coverage

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A. Insurance - General

 

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B. Types of Insurance Authorized

 

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C. Worker’s Compensation Insurance

 

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D. Insurance Investigators

 

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E. Student Accidents

 

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3. Purchasing

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A. Purchasing Authority

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B. Ordering Goods and Services

 

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C. U.S. Mail and Pony

 

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D. Surplus Property

 

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4. Board of Education - Compensation/Benefits

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A. Payroll

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(1) Payroll Procedures

 

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5. Operations
 
 
 

A. District Personnel, Equipment, Materials and Supplies

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B. Transportation

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(1) Field Trip Transportation

 

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(2) Video Recording Devices on School Buses

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(3) Fees for Home-to-School Transportation

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C. Child Nutrition Services

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(1) Free and Reduced Price Meals

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(2) Contracts for Advertising and the Sale of Food and Beverages (Exclusive of Charter Schools)

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(3) Non-Cafeteria Food Sales

 

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D. Student Fund and Fees

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(1) Student Organizations and Funds

 

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E. School District Keys

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(1) Key Procedure

 

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F. Maintenance

 
 
 

(1) Repairs

 

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(2) Vandalism/Break-In

 

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(3) Conservation of Energy

 

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G. Student Attendance Accounting

 

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H. District Vehicles

 

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6. Records

 
 
 

A. Retention of District Records

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B. Records Requests

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Article 4 HUMAN RESOURCES

 

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0. Concepts and Roles in Human Resources
 
 
 

A. Alcohol Free Work Place

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1. Certificated Personnel

 
 
 

A. Members of Certificated Staff - Classifications

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B. Supervisory Relations

 
 
 

(1) Immediate Supervisors

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(2) District Evaluator Certification Requirements

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C. Leaves of Absence

 
 
 

(1) Jury Duty - Unpaid Status

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D. Employment Assignments

 
 
 

(1) Professional Qualifications

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a. Bilingual Teacher Qualifications

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b. Teacher Qualifications as Related to English

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(2) Employment

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(3) Teacher Selection for Summer School

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(4) Assignments

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(5) Regular Duties and Responsibilities

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(6) Performance Objectives in Education

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(7) Staff Recognition

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(8) Termination of Permanent and Probationary Employees

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E. Terms of Employment

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F. Personnel Records

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G. Certificated Order of Employment

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H. Personnel Negotiations

 
 
 

(1) Public Notice

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I. Conduct - Harassment/Discrimination

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2. Classified Personnel

 
 
 

A. Members of Classified Staff

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B. Employment Assignments

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C. Terms of Employment

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D. Conduct of Hearing

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E. Personnel Records

 
 
 

F. Classified Order of Employment

 
 
 

G. Personnel Negotiations

 
 
 

(1) Public Notice

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3. All Employees

 
 
 

A. Sexual Harassment

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B. Family Care and Medical Leave

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C. Abusive Behavior to Employees

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D. Criminal Offender Record Information

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E. Extra Duty Assignments

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F. Employee Use of Technology -- Acceptable Use Policy

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Article 5 STUDENTS

 

(Series 5000)

 

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0. Concept and Roles in Student Personnel
 
 
 

1. Admission and Attendance

 
 
 

A. Registration

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B. Attendance

 
 
 

(1) District Attendance

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(2) School Attendance

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(3) Inter-District Transfers

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(4) Administrative Transfers

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(5) Priority Access

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(6) Foreign Exchange Students

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(7) Absences and Excuses

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(8) Chronic Absence and Truancy

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C. Track Placement

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D. Nondiscrimination/Harassment

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2. Student Discipline

 
 
 

A. Schools to Develop Corrective Programs

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B. Schools to Develop Positive Disciplinary Program

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C. Student Assistance Programs

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D. Bullying

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E. Suspension

 
 
 

(1) Suspension Defined

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(2) Suspension by Principal

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(3) Suspension When Other Means of Correction Fail

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(4) Suspension by Teacher

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(5) Suspension by Governing Board

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F. Expulsion

 
 
 

(1) Expulsion Defined

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(2) Expulsion Process

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(3) Length of Expulsions

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(4) Readmission from Expulsion

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(5) Expulsion Appeal

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(6) Pupil Request for Closed Session Hearing with the Board of Education

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G. Opportunity Class

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(1) Opportunity Class Placement

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(2) Readmission From Opportunity Class Placement

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(3) Voluntary Transfer

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H. Continuation High School

 
 
 

(1) Involuntary Transfer

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(2) Readmission from Involuntary Transfer

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(3) Students Enrolling from Another District's Continuation High School

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(4) Voluntary Transfer

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I. Punishment

 
 
 

(1) Prohibited Punishment

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(2) Restriction of the Recess Period

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(3) Restriction of the Lunch Period Recess/Imposition of a Structured Lunch Period Alternative

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J. Employees Attacked, Assaulted or Menaced by Students

 
 
 

K. Saturday Study Classes

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L. Damage to School Property

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M. Community Day School

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(1) Student Placement

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(2) Readmission from Community Day School Placement

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(3) Students Enrolling from Another District’s Community Day School

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(4) Voluntary Transfer

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3. Student Activities

 
 
 

A. Associated Student Body Activities

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B. Extracurricular Activities

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(1) Extracurricular Eligibility Requirements, Grades 7-12

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C. Campus Regulations

 
 
 

(1) Closed Campus (Lunch)

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(2) Dress Policy

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(3) Mandatory Uniforms

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(4) Electronic Signaling Devices

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D. Student Fund Drives

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E. Publications Code

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4. Student Records/Rights

 
 
 

A. Rights of Parents or Legal Guardians

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B. Court Orders

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C. Contacts with Attorneys

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D. The Release of All Student Information by the School

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E. Reporting to Parents

 
 
 

(1) Standardized Test Results

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(2) Subject Grades

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(3) Danger of Failing

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F. Auditable Record of Compliance

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G. Student Property

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H. Resolution of Student Grievances

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(1) Prohibition of Sexual Harassment

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I. Implementation of Title IX, Civil Rights Act of 1964

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J. Religious Activities

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K. Notarized Information

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L. Use of Tape Recorders in School

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5. Student Services/Welfare

 
 
 

A. Special Education Needs

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(1) Services to Private School Students

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B. Requirements for Student and Personnel Health

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(1) Steroids

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(2) Nit Free Policy (Pediculosis)

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(3) Abstinence

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C. Child Abuse Reporting Procedures

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D. Questioning of Students

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E. Reporting Apparent Law Violations to Police and Appropriate Agencies

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F. Sex Offender Information

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G. Prohibition of Skateboards, Roller Blades, Scooters and Bicycles on Campus

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6. Miscellaneous Items

 
 
 

A. Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag

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B. Propaganda and Solicitation of Funds

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Article 6 INSTRUCTION

 

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0. Concept and Roles in Instruction
 
 
 

1. Schedules


2. Objectives of the Instructional Program

A. Academic Standards, Assessment, Curriculum, and Instruction

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3. Curriculum

 
 
 

A. Curriculum Development

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B. Selection and Evaluation of Instructional Materials

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C. Areas of Study

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D, . Materials for Instruction

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(1) Publication of Instructional Materials Developed by Staff Members

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(2) Complaints Concerning Instructional Materials

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(3) Use of Copyrighted Material

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E. Homework/Guidelines and Goals

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F. Teaching Controversial Issues

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4. Library Services

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A. Library/Learning Resource Centers

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5. Promotion and Graduation Requirements

 
 
 

A. Promotion/Retention/Acceleration

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B. High School Graduation Requirements

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(1) Transfer Credit

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(2) Alternative Credits Toward Graduation

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(3) High School Exit Examination

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C. Competency Requirements for High School Diploma

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D. Graduation Requirements for Veterans

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E. Graduation Ceremonies and Activities

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6. Student Placement and Evaluation

 
 
 

A. Instructional Grouping/Assessed Needs of Students

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B. Grades and Evaluation of Students

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(1) District Testing Program

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a. Accommodations for English Language Learners

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C. Awards for Achievement

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7. Instructional Programs

 
 
 

A. Work Experience Education

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B. Classes or School for Adults or High School Students

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C. Education for English Language Learners

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D. Programs for Exceptional Children

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E. Independent Study Programs

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F. Field Trips

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(1) Extended Day Field Trips

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G. Technology Education

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(1) Computer Education

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(2) Instructional Video

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(3) Data Processing

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(4) Student Use of Technology

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H. Consolidated Categorical Programs

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I. Parent Involvement

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(1) Requirements for Volunteers

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J. Summer School
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K. Supplemental Instruction
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L. Title I Programs
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M. Evaluation of the Instructional Program
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N. Reading/Language Arts Instruction

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Article 7 SCHOOL FACILITIES AND NEW CONSTRUCTION

 

(Series 7000)

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0. Philosophy and Concepts
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1. Facilities and Economic Master Plan

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A. Size of School Facilities

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B. State Guidelines

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C. Attendance Boundaries

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2. School Design and Site Development

 
 
 

3. Methods of Financing

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A. Developer Fees

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(1) Findings

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(2) Fee Levying

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(3) Exemptions/Refund Requests/Appeals

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B. Community Facilities District

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(1) Financing Plan

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(2) Administration

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a. Disclosure Statements

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b. Delinquencies and Foreclosures

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C. Unused School Sites

 
 
 

D. Redevelopment Agreements

 
 
 

E. Negotiated Mitigation

 
 
 

F. General Obligation Bonds

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G. Other Debt Instruments

 
 
 

4. New Construction

 
 
 

A. Contract Bidder Process

 
 
 

(1) MBE/WBE/DVBE

 
 
 

(2) Prequalifying

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(3) Alternate Bidding Procedures

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5. Modernization and Rehabilitation

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A. Evaluation of Existing Buildings

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B. Repair/Renovation Criteria

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Article 9 BOARD OF EDUCATION

 

(Series 9000)

 
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0. Role of the Board of Education

1. Organization
 
 
 

A. Name and Classification

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(1) Naming School Facilities

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(2) Names on Building Plaques

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(3) Memorials and Recognitions

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(4) School Mascot and School Colors

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B. Control of District

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C. Membership

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D. Meetings

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(1) Agenda

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E. Powers and Duties

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2. Employment of Survey Staff and Consultants

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3. Board of Education Policies

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4. Elections of Board of Education
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5. Code of Ethics
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6. Conflict of Interest
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