Each student is expected to respect the rights and privileges of other students, teachers, and District staff. All teachers, administrators, and other District personnel are expected to respect the rights and privileges of students. [See DH series]
The Superintendent or designee shall develop student handbooks with information on curriculum, grading, extracurricular activities, and other such topics that students and parents are likely to need during the school year. The Superintendent or designee shall ensure that no student handbook information is in conflict with policy or the Student Code of Conduct. In case of conflict between a Board policy or the Student Code of Conduct and provisions of student handbooks, policy and/or the Student Code of Conduct shall prevail.
No Board Action
Student handbooks are subject to Board review but shall not be adopted by the Board.
Student handbooks shall be made available on the District's Web site at the beginning of the school year; hard copy shall be provided upon request. Amendments to the handbook shall be communicated promptly to students and parents.
[For provisions on the Student Code of Conduct, see FO]