Policy Updates for the 2017-2018 School Year

The following sections of the Bearden School District Board Policy Book were updated/adopted for the 2017-2018 School Year, and are highlighted in blue to make the updates/adoptions easier to discern:

2017 Updates to the Bearden School Board Policy Book

Adopted by the Bearden School District Board of Education 7/13/2017

Section 3 (Personnel)

3.64B (ASBA3.31) – Drug Free Workplace – Licensed Personnel
3.78 (ASBA3.8A) – Licensed Personnel Sick Leave - Option A
3.92 (ASBA 3.28) –  Licensed Personnel Computer Use Policy
3.92 (ASBA 3.28F) – Licensed Personnel Employee Internet Use Agreement

Section 8 (Classified Personnel)

8.20 (ASBA8.22) – Classified Personnel Computer Use Policy
8.29F (ASBA8.22F – Classified Personnel Internet Use Agreement
8.29 (ASBA 8.28) Drug Free Workplace Classified Personnel

Adopted by the Bearden School District Board of Education 9/12/2017

Section 1 – (Board Governance and Operations)

 

1.2 – Board Organization and Vacancies
1.11 – Board Member Training

Section 3 (Personnel)

3.2 – Licensed Personnel Evaluations

3.6 – Licensed Personnel Employee Training

3.19B (3.19 ASBA) – Licensed Personnel Employment

3.98 (3.29 ASBA) – Licensed Personnel School Calendar

3.54B (3.54 ASBA) – Voluntary Teaching During Planning Period and/or of More Than the Maximum Number of Students Per Day

 

Section 4 – (Students)

 

4.1 – Residence Requirements

4.2 – Entrance Requirements

4.4 – Student Transfers

4.6 – Home Schooling

4.11 – Equal Educational Opportunity

4.30 – Suspension from School

4.31 – Expulsion

4.44 – Attendance Requirements for Students in Grades 9-12 (Policy Deleted)

4.45 – Smart Core Curriculum and Graduation Requirements For the Classes of 2018, 2019 & 2020

4.45.1 – Smart Core Curriculum and Graduation Requirements for the Classes of 2021 and Thereafter

4.47 – Possession and Use of Cell Phones and Other Electronic Devices

4.49 – Special Education

4.50 – School Meal Modifications

4.51 – Food Service Prepayment

4.52 – Students Who are Foster Children

4.55 – Student Promotion and Retention

4.56 – Extracurricular Activities – Secondary Schools

4.56.1 – Extracurricular Activities – Elementary

4.56.2 – Extracurricular Activity Eligibility for Home School Students

4.56.2F2 – Home Schooled Student’s Letter of Intent to Participate in an Extracurricular Activity

4.59 – Academic Course Attendance by Private School and Home School Students

 

Section 5 – (Curriculum and Instruction)

 

5.3 – Curriculum Development

5.4 – School Improvement Teams

5.11A (5.11 ASBA) – Digital Learning Courses

5.16 – Computer Science Course Prerequisites and Progression

5.20 – District Website

5.22 – Concurrent Credit

 

Section 6 – (School, Home and Community Relations)

 

6.3 – Public Gifts and Donations to the Schools

6.4 – Volunteers

6.6 – Fundraising

6.10 – Sex Offenders on Campus (Megan’s Law)

6.11 – Parental/Community Involvement – District

6.12 – Parental/ Community Involvement – School

 

Section 7 – (Business and Financial Management)

 

7.5 – Purchases and Procurement

7.13 – Management and Disposal of District Property

7.16 – Information Technology Security

7.17 – Food Service Prepayment

7.23 – Health Care Coverage and the Affordable Care Act

 

Section 8 – (Classified Personnel)

 

8.2 – Classified Personnel Evaluations

8.9 (8.11 ASBA) – Overtime, Comptime, and Complying with FLSA

8.11 – (8.13 ASBA) – Classified Personnel Employment

8.33 – Classified Personnel School Calendar