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The Board may excuse a student from school attendance to participate in an educational tour or trip not sponsored by the district if the following conditions are met:
1. The parent/guardian submits written ​notice or​ ​Educational Trip Form​ ​if absence is for 5 or more days, fo​r excusal prior to the absence.
2. The student's participation has been approved by the Superintendent or designee.
3. The adult directing and supervising the tour or trip is acceptable to the parents/guardians and the Superintendent.
The Board may limit the number and duration of tours or trips for which excused absences may be granted to a student during the school term.
An emergency operations plan is in place for each school building. The plan addresses specific responses to a variety of emergencies. The emergency operations plan will be implemented if a situation presents an immediate and obvious danger to the students and staff of the school. Proper student conduct is expected during any evacuation and/or fire drill. Failure to follow procedures will result in disciplinary action.
During an emergency response situation,​ ​parents will not be allowed to enter the building until permission is granted by the administration.
The activation of the alarm system for other than its intended purpose--emergency evacuation of the building--is a serious violation and will result in an immediate out-of-school suspension, charges filed with the police, and a hearing at Central Administration for review and for possible further action.
FOOD SERVICES:​ ​Board Policy 808
For more information about lunch menus, meal pricing, free and reduced lunch applications and more, please visit the district Food Services webpage ​here​.
The Board supports use of the Internet and other computer networks in the district’s instructional and operational programs in order to facilitate learning, teaching and daily operations through interpersonal communications and access to information, research and collaboration.
For instructional purposes, the use of network facilities shall be consistent with the curriculum adopted by the school district as well as the varied instructional needs, learning styles, abilities, and developmental levels of students.
The electronic information available to students and staff does not imply endorsement by the district of the content nor does the district guaranteed the accuracy of the information received. The district shall not be responsible for any information that may be lost, damaged or unavailable when using the network or for any information that is retrieved via the Internet.
The district shall not be responsible for any unauthorized charges or fees resulting from access to the Internet. The district reserves the right to log network use and to monitor fileserver space utilization by district users, while respecting the privacy rights of both district users and outside users. The Board establishes that network use is a privilege, not a right; inappropriate, unauthorized and illegal use will result in cancellation of those privileges and appropriate disciplinary action.
LOITERING:​ ​Board Policy 707
Loitering in the the building, school grounds, or private vehicles on school grounds will not be tolerated. The use of school campus (track, football field, and the like), by the general public, is not permitted while school is in session.
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