Instruction (Series 8000)

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    Table of Contents

     

    CURRICULUM (GENERAL)

    1.0 Curriculum Development and Supervision ……………………… 8100

    1.1 Curriculum Resources …………………………………………… 8110

    1.2 Curriculum Evaluation …………………………………………… 8120

    1.3 Courses of Study …………………………………………………… 8130

    1.4 Instructional Priority Objectives ………………………………… 8140

    1.5 Instructional Goals for Computer Education …………………… 8150

    1.5.1 Acceptable Use Policy …………………………………… 8151

    1.5.2 Password Protection …………………………………… 8152

    1.5.3 Internet Safety ………………………………………… 8153

    1.8 Supplemental and Incidental Resources……………………… 8180

     

    ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY INSTRUCTION

    2.0 Safety Programs …………………………………………………… 8200

    2.0.1 Substance Abuse-Prevention Instruction …………………… 8201

    2.0.1A Preventive Instruction on Driving a Motor Vehicle
    While Under the Influence of Alcohol or Drugs …………………… 8201A

    2.0.2 Suicide and Other At-Risk Behavior: Awareness, 
    Intervention and Postvention ………………………………………… 8202

    2.0.4 Fire Drills ………………………………………………………… 8204

    2.0.4A After-School Programs: Emergency Evacuation ………… 8204A

    2.0.6 Bus Emergency Drills …………………………………………… 8206

    2.0.7 School Safety Plans and Teams ……………………………… 8207

    2.0.8A Use of Surveillance Cameras in the School  District …… 8208A

    2.0.9 Distribution of Potassium Iodide (KI) Pills …………………… 8209

    2.1 Occupational Education …………………………………………………… 8210

    2.2 Guidance Program ………………………………………………………… 8220

    2.2.3 Instruction for Students who are English Language Learners 
    (ELL) ………………………………………………………………………… 8223

    2.7 Curriculum Areas in Conflict with Religious Beliefs ………………… 8270

    2.7.1 Religious Holiday Observance in the Schools …………… 8271

    2.8 Evaluation of the Instructional Program …………………………. 8280

    2.9 General Education Diploma (GED) Program .…………………… 8290

     

    INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

    3.0 Instructional Materials ………………………………………… 8300

    3.1 Selection of Library and Audio-Visual Materials …………… 8310

    3.2 Objection to Instructional Materials …………………………… 8320

    3.2.5 Dissection of Animals …………………………………… 8325

    3.3 Textbooks ……………………………………………………………………………. 8330

    3.3.1 Textbooks for Resident Students Attending Private Schools………… 8331

    3.4 Use of Copyrighted Materials ………………………………………………………… 8350

     

    INSTRUCTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS

    4.0 Opening Exercises………………………………………………. 8400

    4.1 Independent Study………………………………………………. 8410

    4.2 Homework………………………………………………………. 8420

    4.3 Home Instruction (Tutorial)…………………………………….. 8430

    4.4 Field Trips………………………………………………………. 8440

    4.5 Home Instruction (Permanent Instruction)………………… 8450

    4.6 Response to Intervention Process…………………………… 8460

              4.6.1 CARE Teams ………………………………………… 8461

    4.7 Service Animals in the District ……………………………… 8470

    4.8 Credit recovery......................................................... 8480

    HANDICAPPED PROGRAMS

    5.0 Children with Disabilities………………………………………………… 8500

    5.0.1 Identification and Register of Children with Disabilities …… 8501

    5.0.2 Special Education Programs and Related Services …………… 8502

    5.0.6 Alternative Testing Procedures for Students with Disabilities…… 8506

    5.0.7 Temporary Placement of Students with Disabilities……… 8507

    5.0.8 Transition Services……………………………………………… 8508

    5.0.9 Evacuation of Physically Challenged Students From
    School Buildings ………………………………………………………… 8509

    5.1 Students with Disabilities Participating in School District Programs ………… 8510

    5.2 Committee on Special Education/Committee on Preschool Education ………… 8520

    5.2.1 The Role of the Board of Education in Implementing a Student’s 
    Individualized Educational Program (IEP) ………………………………………… 8521

    5.3 Student Individualized Educational Program (IEP)

    5.3.1 Local Certificates for Students With Disabilities …………………… 8531

    5.3.2 Copies of a Student’s Individualized Education Program …………… 8532

    5.4.1 Independent Educational Evaluations Policy………………………………… 8541

    5.5 Parent Involvement…………………………………………………………………… 8550

    5.5.3 Provision Of Interpreter Services To Parents Who Are
    Hearing Impaired…………………………………………………………………… 8553

    5.6 Impartial Hearing Officer…………………………………………………………… 8560

    5.7 Program Accessibility………………………………………………………………… 8570

    5.7.1 Alternate Format Policy…………………………………………………… 8571

    5.8 Declassification of Students with Disabilities ........……………………....... 8580

    5.9 Special Education – District Plan………………………………………………… 8590