People Taking Notes at a Meeting

Policies are the formal guidelines established by the School Board to ensure that Roseville Area Schools operates in an effective and efficient manner in order to achieve its mission of "Quality Teaching and Learning for All."   Policies define the desire and intent of the School Board while delegating the implementation of policy to the Superintendent of Schools and administrative staff.

Policies help clarify the school district's responsibilities for important issues, especially for students.   The following polices are those that pertain directly to students and parents.

Student, Visitor, Volunteer Policies

Acceptable Use

Student Attendance

Bullying

Student Discipline

Use of Student Data

Student Transportation

Graduation Requirements

Student Transportation Safety

Harassment and Violence

Visitors

Hazing

Volunteers

 

All District 623 Policies:

Policy Name

Policy Number

School District Organization

Equal Employment Non-Discrimination

104-P

School Board Governing Policies

School Board Governing Commitment
School Board Governing Style
School Board Annual Work Plan
School Board Job Description
School Board Officer Roles
School Board Committees
School Board Code of Conduct
School Board Conflict of Interest
School Board Process for Addressing Board Member Violations
School Board/Superintendent Relationship
Superintendent/Staff Accountability
Authority Delegation to the Superintendent
Monitoring Superintendent (CEO) Performance

200
202
203
204
206
208
210
212
214
216
220
222
224

Employees/Personnel

Acceptable Use
Alcohol Chemical Use Employee
Employee Right to Know
Family Medical Leave
Sexual, Racial, and Religious Harassment & Violence
Mandated Reporting of Child Abuse
Public and Private Personnel Data
Smoking and Tobacco Products
Solicitations By and of Staff Members
Subpoena of a School District Employee

400-P
404-P
408-P
412-P
416-P
420-P
428-P
432-P
436-P
440-P

Students

Acceleration
School Attendance
Bullying Prohibition
Chemical Use - Alcohol, Tobacco, Drugs Students
Communicable Diseases
Student Discipline
Dispensation of Medication for Students
Do Not Resuscitate-Do not Intubate
Fundraising by Students
Hazing
Immunizations
Informing Parents of Outside Agencies
Initial Admission and Placement
Limited Open Enrollment
NonResident Student Attendance
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Student Security
Use of Peace Officers to Remove Students with IEPs
Wellness
Collection, Maintenance, Use and Release Student Data

500-P
504-P
508-P
512-P
516-P
520-P
528-P
532-P
540-P
544-P
548-P
552-P
556-P
560-P
564-P
568-P
572-P
576-P
580-P
584-P

Educational Program

Curriculum Development
Graduation Requirements
Home Schooling
Instructional Materials Selection
Requests for Consideration of Instructional Materials
Pupil Progress Reporting
Research in Schools
Services to Part-time Students
Special Education and Related Services
Title I Parent Involvement

604-P
608-P
612-P
616-P
620-P
624-P
628-P
632-P
636-P
640-P

Non-Instructional Operations

Advertising
Cable Communications
Emergency Response Management
Gifts
Political Campaigns
Resource Allocation Guidelines
School Bus Transportation
Student Transportation Safety
Use of School District Facilities and Equipment
Governmental Fund Type Definitions and Fund Balance Reporting

700-P
704-P
708-P
712-P
716-P
720-P
724-P
732-P
736-P
744-P

Community Relations

Community Education
Visitors
Volunteers

800-P
804-P
808-P

 

Archived School Board Governance Policies:

If you have questions concerning these policies or any other district policy, you may contact the building principal, or the Office of the Superintendent at 651-628-6452.

Policies are saved as PDF files. Adobe Acrobat Reader software is needed to view them.