SDoL Back to School 2020 Plan

All School District of Lancaster students will return to school in a virtual learning environment this year. The school board voted Aug. 4 to postpone the return to in person instruction.

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000 Local Board Procedures

000

Board Policy/Procedure/Administrative Regulations

001

Name and Classification

002

Authority and Powers

003

Functions

004

Membership

004.1

Student Board Representatives

005

Organization

006

Meetings

006.1

Directors Participating in Meetings Through Use of Electronic Communication Equipment

007

Distribution

007

Policy Manual Access

011

Board Governance Standards/Code of Conduct

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100 Programs

100

Comprehensive Plan

101

Mission Statement

102

Academic Standards

103

Nondiscrimination Against Students

103.1

Nondiscrimination - Qualified Students With Disabilities

104

Nondiscrimination/Discriminatory Harassment - Employment Practices

105

Curriculum

105.1

Curriculum Review by Parents/Guardians and Students

105.2

Exemption From Instruction

106

Guides for Planned Instruction

107

Adoption of Planned Instruction

108

Adoption of Textbooks

109

Resource Materials

110

Instructional Supplies

111

Lesson Plans and Syllabus Guide

112

School Counseling

113

Special Education

113.1

Discipline of Students With Disabilities

113.2

Special Education Behavior Support

113.3

Screening and Evaluations for Students With Disabilities

113.4

Confidentiality of Special Education Student Information

114

Gifted Education

115

Technical and Career Education

116

Tutoring

117

Homebound Instruction

118

Independent Study

119

Controversial Issues

121

Field Trips

122

Extracurricular Activities

123

Interscholastic Athletics

123.1

Safety in Youth Sports

123.2

Sudden Cardiac Arrest Prevention

124

Summer School

124.1

Summer Programs

125

Adult Education

126

Class Size/Grouping

127

Assessments

130

Homework

136

Religious Instruction

137

Home Education Programs

138

Language Instruction Educational Program for English Learners

138.1

Provision of Title III Services to Private Schools

140

Charter Schools

140.1

Extracurricular Participation by Charter/Cyber Charter Students

142

Migrant Students

143

Persistently Dangerous Schools

144

Standards for Victims of Violent Crimes

150

Title I - Comparability of Services

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200 Pupils

200

Enrollment of Resident and Nonresident Students

201

Admission of Students

203

Immunizations and Communicable Diseases

203.1

HIV Infection

204

Attendance

205

Postgraduate Students

206

Assignment Within District

208

Withdrawal From School

209

Health Examinations/Screenings

209.1

Head Lice

210

Use of Medications

210.1

Possession/Administration of Asthma Inhalers/Epinephrine Auto-Injectors

210.1

Possession/Use of Asthma Inhalers and Epinephrine Auto-Injectors

211

Student Accident Insurance

212

Reporting Student Progress

214

Class Rank

215

Promotion and Retention

216

Student Records

216.1

Supplemental Discipline Records

216.2

Requests/Release of Student Data

217

Graduation Requirements

218

Student Discipline

218.1

Weapons

218.2

Terroristic Threats/Acts

219

Student Complaint Process

220

Student Expression/Distribution and Posting of Materials

221

Dress and Grooming

222

Tobacco/Nicotine (Students)

223

Use of Motor Vehicles

224

Care of School Property

225

Relations With Law Enforcement Agencies

226

Searches

227

Controlled Substances/Paraphernalia

228

Student Government

229

Student Fundraising

230

Public Performances and Participation in Competitions by Students

231

Social Events and Class Trips

232

Student Involvement in Decision-Making

233

Suspension and Expulsion

234

Pregnant Students

235

Student Rights/Surveys

237

Electronic Devices

238

Parent of Record

239

Foreign Exchange Students

240

Student Awards/Contests/Competitions

241

College Courses

246

School Wellness

247

Hazing

249

Bullying/Cyberbullying

250

Student Recruitment

251

Families in Transition

252

Bullying and Cyberbullying

255

Educational Stability for Children in Foster Care

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300 Administrative Employees

300

Code of Ethics

301

Creating a Position

303

Employment of Administrators

312

Evaluation of Superintendent

314

Physical Examination

314.1

HIV Infection

317.1

Educator Misconduct

323

Smoke Free/Tobacco Free Environment

334

Sick Leave

335

Family and Medical Leaves

338

Sabbatical Leave

339

Uncompensated Leave

351

Drug and Substance Abuse

351.1

Pre-Employment Drug Testing

355

Dress Code

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300 Employees

308

Employment Contracts

311

Reduction of Staff

313

Evaluation of Employees

317

Conduct/Disciplinary Procedures

319

Outside Activities

320

Freedom of Speech in NonSchool Settings

321

Political Activities

322

Gifts

323

Tobacco/Nicotine (Staff)

324

Personnel File

326

Complaint Process

331

Job Related Expenses

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400 Professional Employees

401

Creating a Position

404

Employment of Professional Employees

412

Evaluation of Professional Employees

414

Physical Examination

414.1

HIV Infection

418

Absenteeism and Tardiness

423

Smoke-Free/Tobacco-Free Environment

432

Working Periods

434

Sick Leave

435

Family and Medical Leaves

438

Sabbatical Leave

439

Uncompensated Leave

451

Drug and Substance Abuse

451.1

Pre-Employment Drug Testing

455

Dress Code

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500 Classified Employees

501

Creating a Position

504

Employment of Classified Employees

514

Physical Examination

514.1

HIV Infection

518

Absenteeism and Tardiness

523

Smoke-Free/Tobacco-Free Environment

532

Working Periods

534

Sick Leave

535

Family and Medical Leaves

539

Uncompensated Leave

551

Drug and Substance Abuse

551.1

Pre-Employment Drug Testing

555

Dress Code

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600 Finances

601

Fiscal Objectives

602

Budget Planning

603

Budget Preparation

604

Budget Adoption

605

Tax Levy

605.1

Assessment Appeals

606

Tax Collection

607

Tuition Income

608

Bank Accounts

609

Investment of District Funds

610

Purchases Subject to Bid/Quotation

611

Purchases Budgeted

612

Purchases Not Budgeted

613

Cooperative Purchasing

614

Payroll Authorization

615

Payroll Deductions

616

Payment of Bills

617

Petty Cash

618

Student Activity Funds

619

District Audit

620

Fund Balance

621

Local Taxpayer Bill of Rights

622

GASB Statement 34

623

LERTA - Commercial Property

624

Tax Abatement

625

Contracts

626

Federal Fiscal Compliance

626.1

Travel Reimbursement - Federal Programs

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700 Property

701

Facilities Planning

701.1

Naming of Schools and Buildings

702

Gifts, Grants, Donations

703

Sanitary Management

704

Maintenance

705

Safety

706.1

Disposal of Surplus Property, Equipment, Textbooks, Supplies and Land

707

Use of School Facilities

707.1

Concessions

708

Lending of Equipment

709

Building Security

710.1

Use of District Cellular Phones

716

Integrated Pest Management

718

Service Animals in Schools

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800 Operations

800

Records Management

801

Public Records

803

School Calendar

804

School Day

805

Emergency Preparedness

806

Child Abuse

807

Opening Exercises

808

Food Services

808.1

Free Meals and Free Milk

810

Transportation

810.1

School Bus Drivers and School Commercial Motor Vehicle Drivers

810.2

Transportation - Video/Audio Recording

810.3

School Vehicle Drivers

811

Bonding

812

Property Insurance

813

Other Insurance

815

Acceptable Use of Electronic Resources

817

Energy Management Conservation

818

Contracted Services Personnel

819

Suicide Awareness, Prevention and Response

822

Automated External Defibrillator (AED)

822.1

Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)

823

Naloxone

824

Maintaining Professional Adult/Student Boundaries

827

Conflict of Interest

829

Electronic Records/Signatures

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900 Community

901

Community Relations Objectives

902

Publications Program

903

Public Participation in Board Meetings

904

Public Attendance at School Events

905

Advisory Committees

906

Public Complaint Procedures

907

School Visitors

908

Relations With Parents/Guardians

909

Municipal Government Relations

910

Community Engagement

911

News Media Relations

912

Relations With Educational Institutions

913

Nonschool Organizations/Groups/Individuals

913.1

Commercial Advertising in Schools

914

Relations with Intermediate Unit

915

Booster Organizations

916

School Volunteers

918

Title I Parent and Family Engagement

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