Bulletins

  • Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) For District Computer and Network Systems

     
    This bulletin reflects current laws and regulations of the Acceptable Use Policy established by the Board of Education (Board Rule 1254)as required by the Children's Internet Protection Act. All users of the Los Angeles Unified School District computer systems by either students or employees are subject to the LAUSD's Acceptable Use Policy (AUP). 
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  • Bullying and Hazing Policy (Student-to-Student and Student-to-Adult)

     
    Outlines the District's commitment to providing a safe and civil learning and working environment and its position against bullying, hazing, or any behavior that infringes on the safety or well-being of students, employees, or any other persons within the District's jurisdiction or interferes with learning or the ability to teach. 
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  • Code of Conduct with Students - Distribution and Dissemination Requirement

     
    The purpose of this policy is to delineate those situations and advise employees/individuals that, when allegations of inappropriate conduct or behavior are made, the District is obligated to investigate the allegations and, if warrnted, take appropriate administrative and/or disciplinary action.
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  • Culture, Language and Methodology Requirements for Admin

     
    This Policy Bulletin outlines staff development requirements for K-12 and central office certificated management positions as outlined in the Master Plan for English Learners.
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  • Injury and Illness Prevention Program Requirements

     
    Each District site must have a written IIPP available for review by an Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Compliance Officer during an inspection or accident investigation conducted at their facility. This Bulletin provides guidance for complying with that requirement.
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  • Internet Safety for Students

     
    State and Federal laws require K-12 institutions to provide a safe learning environment, which includes Internet use at schools. The Protecting Children in the 21st Century Act was signed into law in October 2008 as part of the Broadband Data Improvement Act. This bulletin introduces resources available through our Educational Technology Group to assist schools in ensuring their schools are operating according to the law.
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  • Jury Service for Certificated Employees including Tchr Assistants (Unit F Represented Only)

     
    This Policy Bulletin delineates District procedures for certificated employees and teacher assistants summoned for jury service in state court or in federal court.
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  • Military Leave of Absence for Certificated Employees

     
    This Policy Bulletin delineates current requirements, procedures, benefits, and rights of those employees called to active military duty.
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  • Responding to and Reporting Hate-Motivated Incidents and Crimes

     
    This bulletin updates District policy and procedures for the documentation and reporting of hate-motivated incidents and crimes.
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  • Social Media Policy for Employees and Associated Persons

     
    The purpose of this bulletin is to provide policies and guidelines for social media communications between employees, students, parents and other associated persons; to prevent unauthorized access and other unlawful activities by District users online; to prevent unauthorized disclosure of or access to sensitive information, and to comply with the Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA). While the District recognizes that during non-work hours employees and students may participate in online social media, blogs, and other online tools, District employees and associated persons should keep in mind that information produced, shared and retrieved by them may be subject to District policies and is a reflection of the school community. 
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  • Uniform Complaint Procedures (UCP)

     
    The Los Angeles Unified School District (District) has the primary responsibility to ensure compliance with applicable state and federal laws and regulations, and shall investigate complaints alleging failure to comply with those laws and regulations, alleging discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and/or bullying, alleging unauthorized charging of pupil fees for educational activities or alleging failure to comply with legal requirements under the Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP). The District shall seek to resolve those complaints in accordance with the procedures set out in §§4600-4687 of Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations and the policies and procedures of the District. The District’s Uniform Complaint Procedures (UCP) may be used to report noncompliance with applicable state and federal laws and regulations, to file complaints alleging discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and/or bullying; unauthorized charging of pupil fees for educational activities, failure to comply with legal requirements under the LCAP, and/or to appeal District decisions regarding such complaints. UCP brochures are available at all school sites and on the District’s website in the primary languages of the school community. Complainants are encouraged, where possible, to try to resolve their complaints directly at the school or work site or with their Educational Service Center (ESC). A written notice regarding UCP must be disseminated annually to staff, students, parents/guardians, appropriate private school officials or representatives, District advisory committee, school advisory committees, and other interested school parties. Distribution may be in any form (brochure, newsletter, memorandum, staff/parent/student handbook, etc.) that will reach the school community. A copy of this UCP policy bulletin shall be available free of charge.
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  • Williams/Valenzuela Complaint Procedures

     
    This Bulletin establishes the District’s policy to respond to complaints regarding the Williams/Valenzuela Uniform Complaint Process. 
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