DISTRICT POWERS AND DUTIES
School boards of directors—Powers—Notice of adoption of policy.
Condensed compliance reports—Second-class districts.
Liability for debts and judgments.
School district name change.
Gifts, conveyances, etc., for scholarship and student aid purposes, receipt and administration.
Contracting out—Board's powers and duties—Goods and services.
Bylaws for board and school government.
Reimbursement of expenses of directors, other school representatives, and superintendent candidates—Advancing anticipated expenses.
Employee collective bargaining agreements—Publication on school web site.
Officers, employees or agents of school districts or educational service districts, insurance to protect and hold personally harmless.
School district as self-insurer—Authority.
Commencement exercises—Lip reading instruction—Joint purchasing, including issuing interest bearing warrants and agreements with private schools—Budgets.
Preparing and distributing information on district's instructional program, operation and maintenance—Limitation.
Unsolicited information about learning programs—Prohibition on providing to persons who file a declaration of intent to cause a child to receive home-based instruction—Exceptions.
Actions against officers, employees or agents of school districts and educational service districts—Defense, costs, fees—Payment of obligation.
Information and research services.
Cooperation with technical colleges—Jurisdiction over property—Administrative charges—Discrimination against employees of technical colleges prohibited—Dispute resolution.
Safe school plans—Requirements—Duties of school districts, schools, and educational service districts—Reports—Drills—Rules.
Emergency response system.
Plan for recognition, screening, and response to emotional or behavioral distress in students.
Model school district plan for recognition, initial screening, and response to emotional or behavioral distress in students.
Notice and disclosure policies—Threats of violence—Student conduct—Immunity for good faith notice—Penalty.
Telecommunication devices—Limits on possession—Policies.
Schools with special standards—Dress codes.
Support for homeless students.
Criminal history record information—School volunteers.
Alleged sexual misconduct by school employee—Parental notification—Information on public records act.
Notice of pesticide use.
Curricula—Tribal history and culture.
School data—Collection and submission to the office of the superintendent of public instruction.
Mathematics college readiness test—Costs.
School gardens or farms.
Extended learning opportunities program.
On-time grade level progression and graduation of students who are dependent youth.
Academic acceleration for high school students—Adoption of policy.
Academic acceleration incentive program—Dual credit courses—Allocation of funds—Reports.
Comprehensive system of instruction and services in reading and early literacy.
Reading skills—Report cards.
Notice to parents and guardians of student assessments, graduation requirements, and additional district graduation requirements.
Instructional materials—Instructional materials committee.
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School library information and technology programs—Resources and materials—Teacher-librarians.
DEPOSIT, INVESTMENT, AND USE OF PROCEEDS
Investment of funds, including funds received by ESD—Authority—Procedure.
Investment of building funds—Restrictions.
Investment of funds of district—Service fee.
School funds enumerated—Deposits—Uses.
ELECTORS—QUALIFICATIONS, VOTING PLACE,
AND SPECIAL MEETINGS
Elections—Qualifications of electors—Voting place.
Elections to be conducted according to Title 29A
Special meetings of voters—Authorized—Purpose.
Special meetings of voters—Place, notice, procedure, record.
Special meetings of voters—Directors to follow electors' decision.
SUMMER SCHOOL, NIGHT SCHOOL,
EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES, AND ATHLETICS
Summer and/or other student vacation period programs—Authorized—Tuition and fees.
Night schools, summer schools, meetings, use of facilities for.
School credit for participation in youth court.