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MSBA/MASA POLICY REFERENCE MANUAL

TABLE OF CONTENT

SERIES TITLE

                       PREFACE
                   100  SCHOOL DISTRICT

101 Legal Status of the School District

                      101.1Name of the School District

102Equal Educational Opportunity

103Complaints – Students, Employees, Parents, OtherPersons

                      104School District Mission Statement

200 SCHOOL BOARD

201Legal Status of the School Board

202School Board Officers

203Operation of the School Board – Governing Rules

                     203.1School Board Procedures; Rules of Order

                     203.2 Order of the Regular School Board Meeting

                    203.5School Board Meeting Agenda

                     203.6 Consent Agendas

204School Board Meeting Minutes

205Open Meetings and Closed Meetings

206Public Participation in School Board Meetings/Complaints about Persons atSchool Board Meetings and Data Privacy Considerations

207Public Hearings

208Development, Adoption, and Implementation ofPolicies

209Code of Ethics

210Conflict of Interest – School Board Members

211Criminal or Civil Action Against School District, School Board Member,Employee, or Student

212School Board Member Development

                    13School Board Committees

                    214Out-Of-State Travel By School Board Members

300 ADMINISTRATION

301School District Administration

302Superintendent

303Superintendent Selection

304Superintendent Contract, Duties, and Evaluation

305Policy Implementation

306Administrator Code of Ethics

400 EMPLOYEES/PERSONNEL

401Equal Employment Opportunity

402Disability Nondiscrimination Policy

403Discipline, Suspension, and Dismissal of School DistrictEmployees

404Employment Background Checks

405Veteran’s Preference

406Public and Private Personnel Data

407Employee Right to Know – Exposure to HazardousSubstances

408Subpoena of a School District Employee

409Employee Publications, Instructional Materials, Inventions, andCreations

410Family and Medical Leave Policy

412Expense Reimbursement

413Harassment and Violence

414Mandated Reporting of Child Neglect or Physical or SexualAbuse

415Mandated Reporting of Maltreatment of VulnerableAdults

416Drug and Alcohol Testing

417Chemical Use and Abuse

418Drug-Free Workplace/Drug-Free School

419Tobacco-Free Environment

420Students and Employees with Sexually Transmitted Infections and Diseasesand Certain Other Communicable Diseases and Infectious Conditions

421Gifts to Employees

422Policies Incorporated by Reference

423Employee-Student Relationships

424License Status

425Staff Development

500 STUDENTS

501School Weapons Policy

502Search of Student Lockers, Desks, Personal Possessions, and Student’sPerson

503 Student Attendance

504Student Dress and Appearance

505Distribution of Nonschool-Sponsored Materials on School Premises byStudents and Employees

506Student Discipline

507Corporal Punishment

508Extended School Year for Certain Students with Individualized EducationPrograms

509Enrollment of Nonresident Students

510School Activities

511Student Fundraising

512School-Sponsored Student Publications andActivities

513Student Promotion, Retention, and ProgramDesign

514Bullying Prohibition Policy

515 Protection and Privacy of PupilRecords

516Student Medication

517Student Recruiting

518DNR-DNI Orders

519Interviews of Students by Outside Agencies

520Student Surveys

521Student Disability Nondiscrimination

522Student Sex Nondiscrimination

523Policies Incorporated by Reference

                     524 Internet Acceptable Use andSafety Policy

                     525 Violence Prevention [Applicable to Students and Staff]

                     526Hazing Prohibition

527Student Use and Parking of Motor Vehicles; Patrols, Inspections, andSearches

528Student Parental, Family, and Marital StatusNondiscrimination

529Staff Notification of Violent Behavior byStudents

530Immunization Requirements

                            531The Pledge of Allegiance

532Use of Peace Officers and Crisis Teams to Remove Students with IEPs fromSchool Grounds

533 Wellness

600 EDUCATION PROGRAMS

601School District Curriculum and InstructionGoals

602Organization of School Calendar and School Day

603Curriculum Development

604Instructional Curriculum

605Alternative Programs

606Textbooks and Instructional Materials

607Organization of Grade Levels

608Instructional Services – Special Education

609Religion

610Field Trips

                    611Home Schooling

                    612.1 Development of Parental Involvement Policies for Title 1 Programs

                    613Graduation Requirements

                    614 School District Testing Plan and Procedure

                    615 Testing Accommodations, Modifications, and Exemptions for IEPS, Section
                                  504 Plans, and LEP Students

                     616 School District System Accountability

617School District Ensurance of Preparatory and High SchoolStandards

618Assessment of Standard Achievement

619Staff Development for Standards

620Credit for Learning

623 Mandatory Summer School Instruction

624On-Line Learning Options


700 NONINSTRUCTIONAL OPERATIONS AND BUSINESS SERVICES

701Establishment and Adoption of School DistrictBudget

                    701.1Modification of School District Budget

702Accounting

703Annual Audit

704Development and Maintenance of an Inventory of Fixed Assets and a FixedAsset Accounting System

705Investments

706Acceptance of Gifts

707Transportation of Public School Students

708Transportation of Nonpublic School Students

709Student Transportation Safety Policy

710Extracurricular Transportation

711Videotaping on School Buses

                     712Video Surveillance Other Than on Buses

                     713Student Activity Accounting

                     714Fund Balance

                     720 Vending Machines

800 BUILDINGS AND SITES

801Equal Access to Facilities of Secondary Schools

802Disposition of Obsolete Equipment and Material

                     805Waste Reduction and Recycling

                     806Crisis Management Policy

                     807 Health and Safety

900 SCHOOL DISTRICT - COMMUNITY RELATIONS

901Community Education

902Use of School District Facilities andEquipment

903Visitors to School District Buildings andSites

904Distribution of Materials on School District Property by NonschoolPersons

                     905Advertising

                     906 Community Notification of Predatory Offenders

                     907Rewards

BATTLE LAKE SCHOOL LOCAL POLICIES

Acceptable Useof Technology Resources

Attendance Policy

Student Medication Policy

Title1 Policy

                     Web Page Policy

                     Wellness Policy

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