Code of Conduct
Section XVII: Review of Code of Conduct
The Board of Education will review this code of conduct every year and update it as necessary. The board may appoint an advisory committee to assist in reviewing the Code of Conduct and the district’s response to Code of Conduct violations. In conducting the review, the board will consider how effective the code’s provisions have been and whether the code has been applied fairly and consistently.
The board may appoint an advisory committee to assist in reviewing the code and the district’s response to code of conduct violations. The committee will be made up of representatives of student, teacher, administrator, and parent organizations, school safety personnel and other school personnel.
Before adopting any revisions to the code, the board will hold at least one public hearing at which school personnel, parents, students and any other interested party may participate. The Code of Conduct and any amendments to it will be filed with the Commissioner of Education, in a manner prescribed by the Commissioner of the State Education Department, no later than 30 days after adoption.
The change in name and/or contact information of the Dignity Act coordinators, building principals, or the individuals listed in the non-discrimination notice will not constitute a revision to the Code of Conduct so as to require a public hearing.