Policies

Educational policies are rules that are intended to help schools teach students efficiently, fairly and safely. These rules determine how students are taught, what they are taught, and how schools manage students and school personnel.

100 Program Policies

100 – Programs Index
101 – Mission and Philosophy (Understandings)
102 – State Standards
103 – Non-Discrimination in School and Classroom Practices
103B – Non-Discrimination in Employment Contract Practices
104 – Prohibiting Harassment and Violence
105 – Curriculum Development
105.1 – Curriculum Review by Parents and Students
105.2 – Exemption From Instruction
106 – Curriculum Termination
107 – Adoption of Planned Courses 
107.1 – Guides for Planned Instruction
108 – Adoption of Textbooks
109 – Resource Materials
110 – Instructional Supplies and Equipment
111 – Lesson Planning
112 – Guidance Counseling
113 – Special Learner Assistance
113.1 – Discipline of Students with Disabilities
114 – Programs for Gifted Pupils
115 – Student Intervention
116 – Tutorial Instruction
117 – Homebound Instruction
118 – Cooperative Education
119 – Clinical Job Shadowing Internships etc
120 – Tech Prep
121 – Field Trips
122 – Extracurricular Activities Student Youth Organizations
123 – Current Events
124 – Safety and Emergency Programs
125 – Adult Education
126 – Student Awards and Recognition Programs
126.0 – Harry Brown
126.0 – Individual Shop Awards
126.0 – LCBA
126.0 – LCCTC Education Association Scholarship
126.0 – Myerstown Lions
126.0 – Norbert and Aungst Scholarship
126.0 – Outstanding Senior of the Year
126.0 – Pusnik Scholarship
126.0 – South Lebanon Lions
126.0 – Walter Weaber
126.0 – Stephen Kachniasz Scholarship
126.0 – Youth Club State Winners
127 – Strategic Plan
127.1 – Assessments
128 – Projects and Services
129 – Community Volunteer Volunteer Approval Form
129 – Community Volunteers Acknowledgement Form
129 – Community Volunteers Volunteer Affirmation Form
129 – Community Volunteers

200 Pupils Policies

200 – Pupils Index
200A – Non-Discrimination in School & Classroom Practices
200B – Prohibiting Harassment & Violence
201 – Admissions
202 – Tuition Students
203 – Attendance
204 – Child Student Abuse
205 – Postgraduate Students
205B – Admission and Continued Enrollment Review Policy
206 – Student Transfer
207 – Withdrawal From School
208 – Health Examinations
209 – Use of Medications
210 – Exposure to Blood-borne Pathogens
210.1 – HIV Infection
210.2 – Standard Precautions
211 – Student Accident Insurance
212 – Reporting Student Progress
213 – Assessment of Student Progress
214 – Student Records
215 – Student Records – Exceptional Children
216 – Student Discipline
216.1 – Discipline of Students with Disabilities
216.2 – Supplemental Discipline Records
217 – Searches
218 – Tobacco Use
219 – Hazing
220 – Controlled Substances Paraphenailia
221 – Weapons
222 – Terroristic Threats Acts
223 – Students and the Police
224 – Dress and Grooming
225 – Care of School Property
226 – Use of Motor Vehicles
227 – Pregnant Students
228 – Student Complaint Process
229 – Student Fund Raising
230 – Public Performances by Students
231 – Social Events and Class Trips
232 – Participation in School Affairs
233 – Graduation Requirements
234 – Acceptable Use of Internet and Computers
235 – Student Rights Surveys
236 – Student Recruitment
237 – Electronics Devices
238 – Criminal History Check Information Report
239 – Student Wellness
240 – Bullying Cyberbullying
241 – Adult Students With Disabilities
242 – Adult Student Program Drug and Alcohol Program
247 – Hazing
248 – Pupils
249 – Suicide Awareness and Prevention

400 Professional Employees Policies

400 – Professional Employees Index
401 – Creating a Position
402 – Employment of Professional Employees
403 – Employment of Substitute Professional Employees
404 – Student Teachers
405 – Employment Contract
406 – Assignment and Transfer
407 – Abolishing a Position
408 – Suspensions and Furloughs
409 – Evaluation of Professional Employees
410 – Evaluation of Temporary Professional Employees
411 – Physical-Examination
412 – Disqualification by Reason of Health
413 – Non Tenured Staff Members
414 – Disciplinary Procedures
415 – Penalties for Tardiness
416 – Outside Activities
417 – Freedom of Speech Non School Settings
418 – Political Activities
419 – Gifts
420 – Tobacco Use
421 – Personnel Files
422 – Dress and Grooming
423 – Complaint Policy
424 – Salary Determination
425 – Substitute Compenstion
426 – Job Related Expenses
427 – Professional Development
428 – Working Period
429 – Sick Leave
430 – Family and Medical Leave Act
431 – Personal Leave Paid
432 – Uncompensated Leave
433 – Sabbatical Leave for Restoration of Health & Professional Dev_Occupational Exchange Leave
434 – Severance Pay
435 – Responsibility of Staff for Student Welfare
436 – Non Discrimination in Employment Contract Practices
437 – Drug and Substance Abuse
438 – Prohibiting Harassment and Violence
439 – Disability Leave of Absence Continuation of Insurance Benefits for Disabled Employees
440 – Privacy of Individually Identifiable Health Information
441 – HIV Infection
442 – Employment of Summer School Staff
443 – Acceptable use of Internet and Computers