Board Policies: A-B

Board Policies A-B: Board Governance & Operations

Non-discrimination AC
Discrimination Complaint Procedure AC-AR
Americans with Disabilities Act ACA
ADA Grievance Procedure AC-AR(1)
Americans with Disabilities Act – Statement of Grievance AC-AR(2)
Every Student Belongs ACB
Bias Incident Complaint Procedure ACB-AR
District Goals AE
Board Goals BA
Board Legal Status BB
Board Powers and Duties BBA
Individual Board Member’s Authority and Responsibilities BBAA
Board Elections BBB
Board Member Qualifications BBBA
Board Member Oath of Office BBBB
Board Member Resignation BBC
Board Member Removal from Office BBD
Vacancies on the Board BBE
Board Member Standards of Conduct BBF
Board Member Ethics and Conflicts of Interest BBFA
Board Member Ethics and Nepotism BBFB
Reporting of Suspected Abuse of a Child BBFC
Board Organization/Board Organizational Meeting BC/BCA
Board Officers BCB
Student Representative to the Board BCBA
Board-Superintendent Relationship BCD
Board Committees BCE
Advisory Committees to the Board BCF
Board Meetings BD/BDA
Executive Sessions BDC
Board Meeting Procedures BDD
Board Meeting Agenda BDDC
Minutes of Board Meetings BDDG
Public Comment at Board Meetings BDDH
Policy Development BF
Adoption and Revision of Policies BFC
Administrative Regulations BFCA
Board Policy Implementation BFD
Administration in the Absence of Policy BFE
Suspension of Policies BFF
Board Policy Review BFG
Orientation of New Board Members BH/BHA
Board Member Development BHB
Board Member Compensation and Expense Reimbursement BHD
Board Member Liability Insurance BHE
Board Legislative Program BI
Board Memberships BJ
Evaulation of Board Operational Procedures BK

** As used in this policy, the term parent includes legal guardian or person in a parental relationship. The status and duties of a legal guardian are defined in ORS 125.005(4) and 125.300-125.325. The determination of whether an individual is acting in a parental relationship, for purposes of determining residency, depends on the evaluation of the factors listed in ORS 419B.373. The determination for other purposes depends on evaluation of those factors and a power of attorney executed pursuant to ORS 109.056. For special education students, parent also includes a surrogate parent, an adult student to whom rights have transferred and foster parent as defined in OAR 581-015-2000.

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