Section A contains policies on the District's legal role in providing public education and the basic principles underlying School Board governance and certain non-discrimination policies.
Section B contains policies on the School Board - how it is appointed or elected; how it is organized; how it conducts meetings; how it operates.
Section C contains policies on school management, administrative organization, and school building administration. Section C also includes personnel policies on the Superintendent and School Principals.
Section D contains policies on school finances and the management of funds.
Section E contains policies on non-instructional services and programs, particularly those pertaining to business management such as safety, building and grounds management, transportation, and food services.
Section F contains policies and regulations on planning, financing, construction, and renovation.
Section G contains policies on all school district employees and covers policies applying to general personnel matters, instructional and administrative staff, and support or classified staff. For policies pertaining to the Superintendent see Section C.
Section H of the classification system contains policies on the process of negotiations with bargaining units recognized by the School Board.
Section I contains policies on the instructional program; basic curricular subjects, special programs, instructional resources, and academic achievement.
Section J contains policies on students -- admissions, attendance, rights and responsibilities, conduct, discipline, health and welfare, and school-related activities.
Section K contains policies, regulations, and exhibits on parent and community involvement in schools. Except for policies concerning education agencies, statements on public sector relations with the school district are also located in this section.
Section L contains policies, regulations, and exhibits pertaining to the school district's relationship with other education agencies -- including other school systems, regional or service districts, private schools, colleges and universities, education research organizations, and state and national education agencies.