The board of school directors of a school district shall post on its publicly accessible Internet website the following rules, regulations and policies to the extent that they are required to be adopted by the school district under Federal or State law:
(1) The following relating to students:
(i) Admission of beginners.
(ii) Attendance, excusals and truancy.
(iii) Withdrawal from school.
(v) Suspension and expulsion of students.
(vii) Audio interception on school buses or school vehicles for disciplinary or security persons.
(viii) Retention, maintenance and access to student records.
(ix) Use of personal electronic devices.
(xi) Student complaint process.
(xii) Parent appeal of a school district's placement of twins or multiple birth siblings.
(xiii) Participation by home school students in school district extracurricular activities.
(2) The following relating to educational programs:
(i) Curriculum review by parents and students.
(ii) Promotion and retention.
(iii) Graduation requirements.
(3) The following relating to student health:
(i) Communicable diseases and immunization.
(ii) Health examinations and screenings.
(iii) Student use of medications.
(iv) The school district's wellness policy.
(4) The following relating to school property:
(i) Use of school property and facilities.
(ii) School visitation policies.
(iii) Integrated pest management plan.
(5) The following relating to community:
(i) Public participation in school board meetings.
(ii) Public attendance at school events.
(iii) Parental involvement policy for parents and guardians of students participating pursuant to section 1118 of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 (Public Law 89-10, 20 U.S.C § 6318).
(iv) Public access to and use of school district buildings, facilities and grounds.
(v) Public complaint process.
1949, March 10, P.L. 30, No. 14, art. V, § 510.2, added 2016, July 13, P.L. 716, No. 86, § 1, effective in 60 days [Sept. 12, 2016].
24 P.S. § 5-510.2, PA ST 24 P.S. § 5-510.2
Current through 2023 Regular Session Act 32. Some statute sections may be more current, see credits for details.