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2350 - Student Conduct

PURPOSE AND PHILOSOPHYWeber School District is committed to ensuring students receive appropriate district transportation. The District is also committed to ensuring that students, parents, teachers, and transportation personnel understand the procedures for eligibility and procedures to secure district transportation, scheduling and routes, safety provisions, and behavior requirements for students riding District buses. POLICYUtah law requires Weber School District to provide transportation for eligible students. Additionally, parents and guardians are responsible for the supervision of...

4120 - Student Discrimination and Harassment Policy

PURPOSE AND PHILOSOPHYThe purpose of this policy is to help create a safe and inclusive climate throughout Weber School District (“District”) wherein diversity/differences are embraced and celebrated, every student and employee is inspired to achieve, thrive and grow, and where each is empowered to act against any form of intolerance, bigotry (and/or) injustice. This policy is intended to address discrimination and harassment in the District’s schools under Title IV, Title VI, Title IX or Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. The District seeks to ensure its schools are free from...

4191 - Immunizations of Students

Students, before enrolling, must have all immunizations as required by state law. District administration shall provide schools with current information regarding required immunizations, procedures, and exceptions.

4192 - Communicable Disease - Students

References: Utah Code Annotated Section 26-6-2 The Utah State Statutes and the State Department of Health define communicable diseases as follows: "Communicable disease" means illness due to a specific infectious agent or its products which arises through transmission of that agent or its products from a reservoir to a susceptible host, either directly, as from an infected person or animal, or indirectly, through an intermediate plant or animal host, vector, or the inanimate environment.  A "carrier" of communicable disease is defined as follows: "Carrier" means an infected...

7120 - Code of Conduct between Employees and Students

References: Utah Code 62A-4a, Part 4, Child Abuse or Neglect Reporting Requirements Utah Code Section 53E-6-701, Mandatory Reporting of Physical or Sexual Abuse of StudentsUtah Admin. Code R277-401, Child Abuse-Neglect Reporting by Education PersonnelUtah Admin. Code R277-515, Utah Educator Professional StandardsUtah Admin. Code R277-322, LEA Codes of ConductUtah Code Section 63G-7-301, Waivers of ImmunityUtah Code Section 76-5-401.1, Sexual Abuse of a MinorUtah Code Section 76-9-702.1, Sexual Battery PURPOSE AND PHILOSOPHYEducators, and all those who work with students in Weber School...

8320 - Student Appropriate Use Policy

Please read the following carefully. Violations of the Appropriate Use Guidelines may cause a student's access privileges to be revoked for a period of time up to one school year, other disciplinary action, and/or appropriate legal action to be taken. It is expected that all students sign as having read the district AUP. Any student who utilizes the computer lab(s) or any computer equipment at the school must be aware of certain policies for use of the equipment and/or facilities. Procedures are in place for the protection of students and equipment. Students will be held accountable for any...

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