Thursday, June 1, 2023

Board of Education

Board of Education Policies

1:10 School District Legal Status
1:20 District Organizations, Operations, and Cooperative Agreements*
1:30 School District Philosophy*
* A policy on this subject is required by law
2:10 School District Governance
2:20 Powers and Duties of the Board of Education
Board Member
2:30 Board of Education Elections
2:40 Board Member Qualifications
2:50 Board Member Term of Office
2:60 Board Member Removal From Office
2:70 Vacancies on Board of Education - Filling Vacancies
2:80 Board Member Oath and Conduct
2:90 Board Self-Evaluation
2:100 Board Member Conflict of Interest
2:105 Ethics and Gift Ban
2:110 Qualifications, Term, and Duties of Board Officers
2:120 Board Member Development
2:125 Board Member Expenses
Board Relationships
2:130 Board-Superintendent Relationship*
2:140 Communications To and From the Board
2:150 Committees
2:160 School Attorney
2:170 Procurement of Architectural, Engineering, and Land Surveying Services
Board Meetings
2:190 Mailing Lists For Receiving Board Material
2:200 Types of Board of Education Meetings
2:210 Organizational Board of Education Meeting
2:220 Board of Education Meeting Procedure*
2:230 Public Participation at Board of Education Meetings and Petitions to the Board
Board Policy
2:240 Board Policy Development
Board Records
2:250 Access To District's Public Records*
Uniform Grievance Procedure
2:260 Uniform Grievance Procedure*
2:265 Title IX Sexual Harassment Grievance Procedure
* A policy on this subject is required by law
3:10 Goals and Objectives*
3:30 Line and Staff Relations
3:40 Superintendent
3:50 Administrative Personnel Other Than the Superintendent
3:60 Administrative Responsibility of the Building Principal
3:70 Succession of Authority
* A policy on this subject is required by law
4:10Fiscal and Business Management *
4:15Identity Protection
4:20Transfer of Funds
4:30Revenue and Investments
4:40Incurring Debt
4:45Insufficient Fund Checks
4:50Payment Procedures
4:55Use of Credit and Procurement Cards
4:60Purchases and Contracts
4:70 Resource Conservation
4:80Accounting and Audits
4:90Student Activity Fund Management
4:100Insurance Management
4:120Food Services
4:130Free and Reduced-Price Food Services
4:140Waiver of Student Fees*
4:150Facility Management and Building Programs*
4:160Environmental Quality of Buildings and Grounds
4:165Awareness and Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse and Grooming Behaviors
4:175Convicted Child Sex Offender Screening
4:180Pandemic Preparedness; Management; and Recovery
4:190Targeted School Violence Prevention Program
* A policy on this subject is required by law
Section 5: PERSONNEL
General Personnel
5:10Equal Employment Opportunity and Minority Recruitment *
5:20Sexual Harassment
5:30Hiring Process and Criteria
5:35Compliance with the Fair Labor Standard
5:40Communicable and Chronic Infectious Disease
5:50Drug- and Alcohol-Free Workplace
5:70Religious Holidays
5:80Court Duty
5:90Abused and Neglected Child Reporting
5:100Staff Development Program
5:125Personal Technology and Social Media; Usage and Conduct
5:130Responsibilities Concerning Internal Information
5:150Personnel Records
5:160Release Of Credit Information
5:170Copyright For Publication or Sale of Instructional Materials and Computer Programs Developed By Employees
5:175Tax-Sheltered 403(b) Retirement Programs
5:180Temporary Illness or Temporary Incapacity
5:185Family and Medical Leave
Professional Personnel
5:190Teacher Qualifications
5:200Terms and Conditions of Employment and Dismissal 
5:210Resignations and Retirement
5:220Substitute Teachers
5:230Maintaining Student Discipline
5:250Leaves of Absence*
5:260Student Teachers*
Educational Support Personnel
5:270Employment At-Will, Compensation, and Assignment
5:280Teacher Aides, Coaches, and Bus Drivers*
5:290Employment Termination and Suspensions
5:300Schedules and Employment Year
5:310Compensatory Time-Off
5:330Sick Days, Teacher Associates, Vacation, Holidays and Leaves
* A policy on this subject is required by law
Philosophy and Goals
6:10Educational Philosophy and Objectives*
6:15School Accountability
Educational Calendar and Organization
6:20School Year Calendar and Day
6:30Organization of Instruction
6:40Curriculum Development
6:50School Wellness
6:60Curriculum Content*
6:65Students Social and Emotional Development
6:70Teaching About Religions
6:80Teaching About Controversial Issues
6:100Using Animals in the Educational Program
Special Programs
6:110Supportive Services for Truants
6:120Special Education
6:135Accelerated Placement Program*
6:140Education of Homeless Children
6:150Home and Hospital Instruction
6:160English Language Learners
6:170Title I Programs
6:180Extended Instructional Programs
6:190Extracurricular and Co-Curricular Activities
Instructional Resources
6:200Instructional Arrangements
6:210Instructional Materials
6:220Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Program; Responsible Use and Conduct
6:230Library Media Program
6:235Access to Electronic Networks
6:240Field Trips
6:250Community Resource Persons and Volunteers
6:255Assemblies and Ceremonies
6:260Complaints About Curriculum, Instructional Materials, and Programs
Guidance and Counseling
6:270Guidance and Counseling Program
6:280Grading and Promotion*
6:310Credit for Alternative Courses and Programs, and Course Substitutions*
6:340Student Testing and Assessment Program
* A policy on this subject is required by law
Section 7: STUDENTS
7:10Equal Educational Opportunities*
7:15Student and Family Privacy Rights
7:20Harassment of Students Prohibited
Assignment and Admission
7:30Student Assignment
7:40Nonpublic School Students, Including Parochial and Home-Schooled Students
7:50School Admissions*
7:70Attendance and Truancy*
7:80Release Time For Religious Instruction/Observance*
7:90Release During School Hours
7:100Health Examinations, Immunizations, and Exclusion of Students
7:110Student Transfers
Rights and Responsibilities
7:130Student Rights and Responsibilities*
7:140Search and Seizure
7:150Agency and Police Interviews
7:160Student Appearance
7:180Preventing Bullying, Intimidation, and Harrassment
7:185Teen Dating Violence Prohibited
7:190Student Behavior*
7:200Suspension Procedures*
7:210Expulsion Procedures*
7:220Bus Conduct*
7:230Misconduct By Students With Disabilities*
7:240Conduct Code For Participants In Extracurricular Activities
Welfare Services
7:250Student Welfare Services
7:260Exemption From Physical Education
7:270Administering Medicines To Students*
7:275Orders to Forgo Life-Sustaining Treatment
7:280Communicable and Chronic Infectious Disease*
7:285Food Allergy Management Program
7:290Suicide and Depression Awareness and Prevention
7:295Service Animals on School Premises for Assistance of Students Activities
7:300Extracurricular Athletics
7:305Student Athlete Concussions and Head Injuries
7:325Student Fund - Raising Activities*
7:340Student Records*
7:345Use of Educational Technologies; Student Data Privacy and Security
* A policy on this subject is required by law
8:10Public Relations*
8:20Community Use of School Facilities
8:25Distribution and Display of Community Flyers and Posters
8:30Visitors To and Conduct On School Property
8:40Spectator Conduct and Sportsmanship For Athletic and Extracurricular Events
8:70Accommodating Individuals With Disabilities
8:80Gifts to the District
8:90Parent Organizations
8:95Parental Involvement
8:100Relations With Other Organizations and Agencies*
8:110Public Complaints
* A policy on this subject is required by law

Glencoe District 35 Mission Statement

The mission of the Glencoe School District is to provide each child with an educational foundation for life-long learning as a socially responsible member of a global society by dedicating resources toward the development of the whole child within a secure school environment.

620 Greenwood Avenue
Glencoe, Illinois 60022

Office: (847) 835-7800
Fax: (847) 835-7805