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  • 502.8E1 Search and Seizure checklist

    I. What factors caused you to have a reasonable and articulable suspicion that the search of this student or the student's effects or automobile would turn up evidence that the student has violated or is violating the law, school policy, rules or regulations affecting school order?
     
    A. Eyewitness account.
    1. By whom: 
    2. Date/Time:
    3. Place:
    4. What was seen:
  • 502.8R1 Search and Seizure Regulation

    I. Searches, in general.
    A. Reasonable and Articulable Suspicion: A search of a student will be justified when there are reasonable grounds for the suspicion that the search will turn up evidence that the student has violated or is violating the law or school district policy, rules, or regulations affecting school order.
     
    Reasonable suspicion may be formed by considering factors such as the following:
     
    (1) eyewitness observations by employees;
    (2) information received from reliable sources;
  • 503.3R1 Student Fee Waiver and Reduction Procedures

    The board recognizes that while certain fees charged students are appropriate and authorized, certain students and their families are not financially able to pay the fees. The school district will grant either full waivers, partial waivers or temporary waivers depending upon the circumstances and the student or student's parents' ability to meet the financial criteria.
     
    A. Waivers -
  • 505.2R1 Acceleration Policy

    Research conducted nationally and within Iowa’s public schools has demonstrated that academic acceleration can be a powerful and cost-effective strategy for providing appropriately challenging, standards-based instruction for students who are ready to learn above grade-level content.  Acceleration has also been shown to increase motivation, reduce apathy, and enhance the social and emotional well-being of appropriately selected students. 
     
    Policy on Academic Acceleration: 
  • 507.9 Appendix B

    Physical Activity

    Daily Physical Education

    The school district will provide physical education that:

    is for all students in grades K-12 for the entire school year; is taught by a certified physical education teacher; includes students with disabilities, students with special health-care needs may be provided in alternative educational settings; and, engages students in moderate to vigorous activity during at least 50 percent of physical education class time.

  • 507.9 Appendix C

     

    Other School-Based Activities that Promote Student Wellness

    Integrating Physical Activity into Classroom Settings

    For students to receive the nationally recommended amount of daily physical activity and for students to fully embrace regular physical activity as a personal behavior, students need opportunities for physical activity beyond the physical education class. Toward that end, the school district will:

  • 507.9 Appendix D

    Nutrition Guidelines for All Foods Available on Campus

    School Meals

    Meals served through the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs will:

    be appealing and attractive to children; be served in clean and pleasant settings; meet, at a minimum, nutrition requirements established by state and federal law: offer a variety of fruits and vegetables, legumes and whole grains; serve only low-fat (1%) and fat-free milk and nutritionally equivalent non-dairy alternatives (as defined by the USDA);

    Schools should:

  • 507.9 Appendix D

    Nutrition Guidelines for All Foods Available on Campus

    School Meals

    Meals served through the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs will:

    be appealing and attractive to children; be served in clean and pleasant settings; meet, at a minimum, nutrition requirements established by state and federal law: offer a variety of fruits and vegetables, legumes and whole grains; serve only low-fat (1%) and fat-free milk and nutritionally equivalent non-dairy alternatives (as defined by the USDA);

    Schools should:

  • 507.9 Appendix E

    Plan for Measuring Implementation

    Monitoring

    The superintendent will ensure compliance with established school district-wide nutrition and physical activity wellness policies.

    In each school:

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