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Required Notice of School Policy

School Code section 510.2 also specifies requirements for policies, rules and regulations that must be published on the school district's publicly accessible Internet website. Below are policies requiring notice. You may access the below policies by going to Board Docs.

Policies Requiting Notice: 

Annual notice of policies:

006. Meetings

103. Discrimination/Title IX Sexual Harassment Affecting Students

103.1. Nondiscrimination – Qualified Students With Disabilities

104. Discrimination/Title IX Sexual Harassment Affecting Staff

105.1. Review of Instructional Materials by Parents/Guardians and Students

113. Special Education

114. Gifted Education

123. Interscholastic Athletics

123.1. Concussion Management

123.2. Sudden Cardiac Arrest

138. Language Instruction Educational Program for English Learners

142. Migrant Students

143. Standards for Persistently Dangerous Schools

144. Standards for Victims of Violent Crimes

146. Student Services

200. Enrollment of Students

203. Immunizations and Communicable Diseases

204. Attendance

209. Health Examinations/Screenings

209.1. Food Allergy Management

209.2. Diabetes Management

210. Medications

210.1. Possession/Administration of Asthma Inhalers/Epinephrine Auto-Injectors

216. Student Records

218. Student Discipline

218.1. Weapons

222. and 323. Tobacco and Vaping Products – Students and Employees

226. Searches

235. Student Rights and Responsibilities

235.1. Surveys

237. Electronic Devices

246. School Wellness

247. Hazing

249. Bullying/Cyberbullying

250. Student Recruitment

312. Performance Assessment of Superintendent/Assistant Superintendent

604. Budget Adoption

619. District Audit

621. Local Taxpayer Bill of Rights

705. Facilities and Workplace Safety

707 Use of School Facilities (Boy Scouts Act)

716. Integrated Pest Management

805. Emergency Preparedness and Response

806. Child Abuse

808. Food Services

810.2. Transportation – Video/Audio Recording

823. Naloxone

824. Maintaining Professional Adult/Student Boundaries

904. Public Attendance at School Events

906. Public Complaint Procedures

918. Title I Parent and Family Engagement

100. Comprehensive Planning (plans must be made available for inspection for 28 days)

105. Curriculum

108. Adoption of Textbooks

109. Resource Materials

113.4. Confidentiality of Special Education Student Information

115. Career and Technical Education

122. Extracurricular Activities

127. Assessment System

137.1. Extracurricular Participation by Home Education Students

140.1. Extracurricular Participation by Charter/Cyber Charter Students

203.1. and 314.1. HIV Infection – Students and Employees

217. Graduation

218.2. Terroristic Threats

218.3. Discipline of Student Convicted/Adjudicated of Sexual Assault

220. Student Expression/Distribution and Posting of Materials

227. Controlled Substances/Paraphernalia

233. Suspension and Expulsion

236.1. Threat Assessment

251. Homeless Students

252. Dating Violence

302. Employment of Superintendent/Assistant Superintendent

309.1. Telework

332. Working Periods

333. Professional Development

335. Family and Medical Leaves

340. Responsibility for Student Welfare

351. Drug and Substance Abuse

610. Purchases Subject to Bid/Quotation

626. Federal Fiscal Compliance

718. Service Animals in Schools

801. Public Records

810. Transportation

810.1. School Bus Drivers and School Commercial Motor Vehicle Drivers

810.3. School Vehicle Drivers

815. Acceptable Use of Internet, Computers and Network Resources

816. District Social Media

819. Suicide Awareness, Prevention and Response

827. Conflict of Interest

830. Breach of Computerized Personal Information

901. Public Relations Objectives

916. Volunteers