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DISTRICT POLICIES REGARDING CRITICAL ISSUES: RESOURCES I

 

Resource information for each of the critical issues for Los Angeles Unified School District employees and those specific to Credentialed School Nurses

 
 
Note: Click here  for the acknowledgement sheet (sign-off) for the District Policies on Critical Issues
 
 
1.    Abolition of Corporal Punishment: Refer to BUL-5747.1ABOLITION OF CORPORAL PUNISHMENT, December 20, 2013, Assistant Superintendent, School Operations.
 

2.    Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) for District Computer Systems: Refer to BUL-999.11RESPONSIBLE ACCEPTABLE USE POLICY (RAUP) FOR DISTRICT COMPUTER AND NETWORK SYSTEMS, August 20, 2015, Chief Information Officer, Information Technology Division

 
3.    Antibullying Policy (In schools, at school related events and traveling to and from school). Refer to BUL-5212.2, BULLYING AND HAZING POLICY (STUDENT-STUDENT AND STUDENT-ADULT, November 26, 2014,  Assistant Superintendent, School Operations
 
4.    Child Abuse Awareness and Training: Refer to BUL1347.2, CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT REPORTING REQUIREMENTS, July 1, 2011, Office of General Counsel
 
 
5.    Code of Conduct With Students: BUL-5167.0, CODE OF CONDUCT WITH STUDENTS-DISTRIBUTION AND DISSEMINATION REQUIREMENT, July 1, 2010, Office of the Superintendent
 
 
6.    Confidential Health Records Information Protection Policy: BUL-1077.1, INFORMATION PROTECTION POLICY, December 5, 2006, Office of the General Counsel
 
 
7.    Copyright Law-Computer Software:  BUL-716.2,  COMPLIANCE WITH THE 1976 UNITED STATES COPYRIGHT LAW - COMPUTER SOFTWARE, October 1, 200, Information Technology Division
 
 
8.   Crisis Intervention
a.   BUL-5799.0, THREAT ASSESSMENT AND MANAGEMENT (STUDENT-TO-STUDENT, STUDENT-TO-ADULT), July 16, 2012, Senior Deputy Superintendent, School Operations 
b.   BUL-5800.0, CRISIS PREPAREDNESS, RESPONSE AND RECOVERY, October 12, 2015, Office of Educational Services
 
 
9.   Dependent/Elder Abuse and Neglect Reporting Requirement: BUL-2449.0, DEPENDENT/ELDER ADULT ABUSE AND NEGLECT REPORTING REQUIREMENTS, Office of the General Counsel, June 1, 2016
 
 
10.    Discipline Foundation Policy: BUL-2449.0, DISCIPLINE FOUNDATION POLICY: SCHOOL-WIDE POSITIVE BEHAVIOR INTERVENTION AND SUPPORT, February 14,2014, School Operations
 
 
11.    Drinking Water Flushing Certification: REF-3930.5, DAILY FLUSHING REQUIREMENTS FOR DRINKING FOUNTAINS AND FAUCETS, July 13, 2015, Office of Environmental Health and Safety
 
 
12.   Emergency Supply Checklist: REF-5451.1, SCHOOL SITE EMERGENCY/DISASTER SUPPLIES, April 11, 2013, School Operations
 
 
13.   Employee Attendance/New Certification of Absence Forms:
a.   District Employee Attendance Policy adopted by the Board of Education (Report no. 393-0304), July 13, 2004
b.   BUL-6307.2, NEW CERTIFICATION OF ABSENCE FORMS, July 8, 2015, Chief Deputy Superintendent, Accounting & Disbursement Division
 
 
14.    Ethics Policies/Employee Code of Ethics: BUL-4748.0, ETHICS POLICIES, May 18, 2009, Office of the Superintendent
 
 
15.   Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA)/California Family Rights Act (CRFA)/Affordable Care Act
a.   BUL- 4991.5MANDATORY POSTING OF REGULATORY NOTICES, May 12, 2016, Division of Risk Management and Insurance Services
b.   BUL-4569.1REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES, June 9. 2014, Office of General Counsel
c.   BUL-5446.1 REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION FOR EMPLOYEES WITH DISABILITIES TRAINING
d.   BUL-1205.3FAMILY AND MEDICAL LEAVE ACT/CALIFORNIA FAMILY RIGHT ACT POLICY, October 5, 2015, Office of the General Counsel 
d.   BUL-6585.0, EMPLOYMENT PROTECTIONS AND REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION FOR EMPLOYEE SAFETY AT WORK RELATED TO DOMESTIC, September 17, 2015, General Counsel
e.   BUL-6689.0LACTATION ACCOMMODATIONS FOR EMPLOYEES, May 17, 2016, Office of General Counsel
 
 
 
 
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