Section 7000 Students

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ATTENDANCE

1.1 Comprehensive Student Attendance Policy
7110
1.1.1 Class Attendance and Grading – (Minimal Attendance)
7111
1.1.2 Released Time of Students
7112
1.1.3 Student Dismissal Precautions
7113
1.2 Age of Entrance
7120
1.2.1 Screening of New School Entrants
7121
1.3 Entitlement to Attend – Age and Residency
7130
1.3.1 Non-Resident Students
7131
1.3.2 Eligibility Participation of Matriculated/Non-Matriculated
and Resident/Non-Resident Students
7132
1.3.3 Education of Homeless Children and Youth
7133
1.4 Involuntary Transfer of Students
7140
1.5 Educational Services for Pregnant Students
7150
1.6 School Census
7160
STUDENT PROGRESS

2.1 Student Evaluation
7210
2.1.1 Provision of Interpreter Services to Parents Who Are
Hearing Impaired
7211
2.1.3 Response to Intervention (RTI) Process
7213
2.1.2 Remediation (Academic Intervention Services)
7212
2.2 Participation in Graduation Ceremony
7220
2.2.1 Early Graduation
7221
2.2.2 Credential Options for Students with Disabilities
7222
2.2.3 GED Profile
7223
2.2.4 Valedictorian/Salutatorian
7224
2.2.5 Weighted Grades
7225
2.2.7 Cheating/Plagiarism
7227
2.2.8 Phase in Graduation Standard of 65 on Required Regents
Examination
7228
2.2.9 Service Experience Requirement for Graduation
7229
2.3 Dual Credit For College Courses
7230
2.3.1 College Courses for Accelerated Students
7231
2.4 Student Records: Access and Challenge
7240
2.4.1 Release of Information to the Non-Custodial Parent
7241
2.4.2 Military Recruiters’ Access to High School Students and
Information on Students
7242
2.4.3 Student Directory Information
7243
2.44 Rights of Non-Custodial Parents 7244 
2.5 Student Data Breaches
7250
2.6 Junior High Retention
7260
2.7 Vocational Education Eligibility
7270
STUDENT CONDUCT

3.1 Code of Conduct
7310
3.1.1 Loss or Destruction of District Property or Resources
7311
3.1.2 Student Dress Code
7312
3.1.3 Suspension of Students
7313
3.1.4 Student Use of Computerized Information Resources (AUP)
7314
3.1.5 Student Discipline – Transfer Students
7315
3.1.6 Students Presumed to Have a Disability for Discipline Purposes
7316
3.1.7 Use of Time Out Rooms 7317
3.2 Alcohol, Drugs and Other Substances
7320
3.2.2 Breath Alcohol Testing
7322
3.3 Searches and Interrogations
7330
3.4 Bus Rules and Regulations
7340
3.5 Corporal Punishment
7350
3.6 Weapons In School
7360
3.6.1 Gun-Free Schools
7361
3.7 Bullying: Peer Abuse in the Schools
7370
3.7.5 Electronic Communication Device Usage by Students
7375
3.8 Electronic Communication Devise Usage by Students 7380
3.8.1 Student Use of Personal Technology 7381
STUDENT ACTIVITIES

4.1 Extracurricular Activities
7410
4.1.1 Censorship of School Sponsored Student Publications and Activities
7411
4.1.3 Student Trips
7413
4.1.4 Senior Trip Point System
7414
4.1.5 Supervision of Students at School and During School
Sponsored Events
7415
4.2 Sports and the Athletic Program
7420
4.2.1 Mixed Competition on Interschool Athletic Teams
7421
4.2.2 Interscholastic Rules/Regulations Contract
7422
4.3 Contests for Students, Student Awards and Scholarships
7430
4.4 Musical Instruments
7440
4.5 Fund Raising by Students
7450
4.6 Employment of Students of Minor Age
7460
STUDENT WELFARE

5.1 Student Health Services

5.1.1 Immunization of Students
7511
5.1.2 Student Physicals
7512
5.1.3 Administration of Medication
7513
5.1.4 Health Records
7514
5.1.5 Head Lice (Pediculosis)
7515
5.1.6 Student Privacy, Parental Access to Information and
Administration of Certain Physical Examinations To Minors
7516
5.1.7 Students with Life-Threatening Health Conditions
7517
5.1.8 Epi-Pen Use by an Unlicensed Person 7518
5.2 Accidents and Medical Emergencies
7520
5.2.1 Concussion Management 7521
5.3 Child Abuse and Neglect/Maltreatment
7530
5.4 Complaints and Grievances by Students
7540
5.4.1 Sexual Harassment of Students
7541
5.4.2 Racial Harassment
7542
5.5 Notification of Sex Offenders
7550
5.6 Constitutionally Protected Prayer
7555
5.7 Designation of Person in Parental Relation
7570
5.8 Student and Community Wellness
7580
5.8.1 Student Gender Identity 7581
 5.9 Dignity for all Students Act 7590
STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES

6.1 Special Education: District Plan 7610
6.1.1 Children with Disabilities 7611
6.1.2 Grouping by Similarity of Needs 7612
6.1.3 The Role of the Board in Implementing A Student’s Individualized Education Program 7613
6.1.4 Preschool Special Education Program 7614
6.1.4.1Appointment of the Superintendent to Act on the Board’s Behalf inApprovingCommittee on Preschool Special Education Placements 7614.1
6.1.5 Temporary Placement of Students with Disabilities 7615
6.1.6 Least Restrictive Environment 7616
6.1.7 Pre-Referral Intervention Strategies in General Education (Prior
to a Referral for Special Education)
7617
6.1.8 Declassification of Students with Disabilities 7618
6.2 Students with Disabilities Participating in School District Programs 7620
6.2.1 Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 7621
6.2.5. School Snacks for Special Needs Students 7625
6.3 Appointment and Training of CSE and CPSE Members
6.3.1 Appointment and Training of Committee on Special Education
(CSE) Subcommittee On Special Education Members
7631
6.3.2 Appointment and Training of Committee on Preschool Special
Education (CPSE) Members
7632
6.4 Student Individualized Education Program (IEP): Development and
Provision
7640
6.4.1 Transition Services 7641
6.4.2 Twelve Month Special Services and/or Programs 7642
6.4.4 Transfer Students with Disabilities 7644
6.4.5 Assistive Technology for Students with Disabilities 7645
6.5 Identification and Register of Children with Disabilities (Child Find) 7650
6.5.3 Additional Procedures for Identifying Students with Learning
Disabilities
7653
6.6 Parent Involvement for Children with Disabilities 7660
6.7 Impartial Due Process Hearings/Selection of Impartial Hearing
Officers
7670
6.8 Independent Educational Evaluations 7680
6.9 Special Education Mediation 7690