District Policies

It is the goal of the North Kitsap School District to promote in all students a sense of their civic rights, and also their responsibilities. The conduct of one student should not impair the rights or opportunities of other students. The Board of Directors has adopted policies related to student conduct. Rules and regulations which govern the rights and responsibilities of students, staff and administrators as they related to student conduct.Please refer to Students Rights & Responsibilities Brochure mailed to each family at the beginning of the school year for more information regarding any of the following:

Student Responsibilities and Duties


Consistent with efforts to establish a learning and workplace environment, in which the dignity and worth of all individuals are respected, it is the policy of the Board of Directors that harassment is unacceptable conduct and will not be tolerated. 

Prohibition of Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying District Policy 3207

Prohibition of Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying  District Policy 3207P


FERPA

In compliance with the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act, parents who wish to review their child's records may do so by making a request to the principal of their child's school. Adult students may also ask to review their records. If a parent objects to something in the record, a correction or addition of comments may be requested. If an agreement cannot be reached between the parent and principal, a hearing may be requested. 

Pesticide Notification, Posting and Record Keeping Requirements

The North Kitsap School District applies pesticides (herbicides, fungicides, insecticides) as needed throughout the year by district employees and licensed contractors. District employees responsible for applying pesticides are required to attend annual pesticide application training.

The District shall comply with all legal requirements for record keeping regarding the application of pesticides to school grounds or school facilities.

At least 48 hours before the application of a pesticide to school facilities or school grounds, the District shall notify parents and staff of the planned application in writing, including the heading, "Notice: Pesticide Application." This notice shall be posted in a prominent place in the building. This pre-notification is not required if the school grounds or facilities will not be occupied by students for two days following the application of the pesticide. 










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