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POLICIES

All policies and procedures of the Governor Mifflin School District are listed here. Click on the section title to expand and navigate to individual policies.

100 - PROGRAMS

100      Comprehensive Planning
101      Mission Statement/Vision Statement/Belief Statements
102      Academic Standards
103      Nondiscrimination in School and Classroom Practices
103.1   Nondiscrimination – Qualified Students with Disabilities
104      Nondiscrimination in Employment and Contract Practices
105      Curriculum
105.1   Review of Instructional Materials by Parents/Guardians and Students
105.2   Exemption from Instruction
106      Guides for Planned Instruction
107      Adoption of Planned Instruction
108      Adoption of Textbooks
108.1   Textbook Disposal
109      Resource Materials
110      Instructional Supplies
111      Lesson Plans
112      Guidance Counseling
113      Special Education
113.1   Discipline of Students with Disabilities
113.2   Behavior Support
113.3   Screening and Evaluations for Students with Disabilities
113.4   Parental Status and Appointment of Surrogate Parents for Children with Disabilities
114      Gifted Education
115      Career and Technical Education
116      Tutoring
117      Homebound Instruction
118      Independent Study
119      Current Events
121      Field Trips
122      Extracurricular Activities
122.1   Extracurricular Vacancies
123      Interscholastic Athletics
123.1   Concussion Management
123.2   Sudden Cardiac Arrest
124      Alternative Instruction Courses
125      Adult Education
126      Class Size
127      Assessment System
128      Early Childhood Education
130      Homework
131      Title I Program
132      Alternative Education Program
134      Aquatics Program
136      Religion in the Schools
137      Home Education Programs
137.1   Extracurricular Participation by Home Education Students
138      English as a Second Language/Bilingual Education Program
140      Charter Schools
140.1   Extracurricular Participation by Charter/Cyber Charter Students
142      Migrant Students
143      Standards for Persistently Dangerous Schools
144      Standards for Victims of Violent Crimes
146      Student Services

200 - PUPILS

200     Enrollment in District
201     Admission of Students
202     Eligibility of Nonresident Students
203     Immunizations and Communicable Diseases
203.1  HIV Infection
204     Attendance
205     Postgraduate Students
206     Assignment within District
207     Confidential Communications of Students
208     Withdrawal from School
209     Health Examinations/Screenings
209.1  Head Lice
209.2  Health Services
209.3  Diabetes Management in Schools
210     Medications
210.1  Possession/Use of Asthma Inhalers/Epinephrine Auto-Injectors
211     Student Accident Insurance
212     Reporting Student Progress
213     Assessment of Student Progress
214     Class Rank
215     Promotion and Retention
216     Student Records
216.1  Supplemental Discipline Records
216.2  Legal Student Name
217     Graduation
217A   Application for Diploma WWII, Korean, or Vietnam Veterans
 217.1  Student Acceleration
218     Student Discipline
218.1  Weapons
218.2  Terroristic Threats
219     Student Complaint Process
220     Student Expression/Distribution and Posting of Materials
221     Dress and Grooming
222     Tobacco
223     Use of Motor Vehicles
224     Care of School Property
225     Relations with Law Enforcement Agencies
226     Searches
227     Controlled Substances/Paraphernalia
227A   Reasonable Suspicion – Drug Testing of Individual Students
228     Student Government
229     Student Fundraising
230     Public Performances by Students
231     Social Events and Class Trips
232     Student Involvement in Decision-Making
233     Suspension and Expulsion
234     Pregnant/Married Students
235     Student Rights and Responsibilities
235.1  Surveys
236     Student Assistance Program
237     Electronic Devices
238     Custody Issues
239     Foreign Exchange Students
241     Advanced College Placement
245     Student Identification Badges
246     School Wellness
247     Hazing
248     Unlawful Harassment
249     Bullying/Cyber-bullying
250     Student Recruitment
251     Homeless Students
255     Educational Stability for Children in Foster Care

300 - EMPLOYEES/ADMINISTRATIVE EMPLOYEES

301*    Creating a Position
302     Employment of Superintendent/Assistant Superintendent
303     Employment of Administrators
304     Employment of District Staff
305     Employment of Substitutes
306     Employment of Summer School Staff
307     Student Teachers/Interns
308     Employment Contract/Board Resolution
309     Assignment and Transfer
310*    Abolishing a Position
311*    Suspensions and Furloughs
312     Performance Assessment of Superintendent/Assistant Superintendent
313     Evaluation of Employees
314     Physical Examinations
314.1  HIV Infection
316*    Non-tenured Employees
317     Conduct/Disciplinary Procedures
317.1  Educator Misconduct
319*    Outside Activities
320*    Freedom of Speech in Non-school Settings
321*    Political Activities
323     Tobacco
324     Personnel Files
325*    Dress and Grooming
327     Management Team
328*    Compensation Plan
331*    Job Related Expenses
333     Professional Development
334*    Sick Leave
335     Family and Medical Leave
336     Personal Necessity Leave
337*    Vacation
338*    Sabbatical Leave
338.1* Compensated Professional Leaves
339*    Uncompensated Leave
342*    Jury Duty
345     Identification Badges
346     Accident Reports
348     Unlawful Harassment
348A   Report Form for Complaints of Unlawful Harassment
349     Retirement Recognition
351     Drug and Substance Abuse

*relates to Administrative Employees

 

 

UPCOMING MEETINGS

Mon 30

Budget Town Hall Meeting

April 30 @ 7:00 pm
May 14
May 31
Jun 01

Class of 2018 Commencement

June 1 @ 6:00 pm
Jun 04

SNOW MAKE UP DAY: SCHOOL IN SESSION

June 4 @ 8:00 am - June 6 @ 5:00 pm