• Section 6- Instruction

     

    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    ARTICLE I INTRODUCTION

    6-1.1                   Education Philosophy

    6-1.2                   Accreditation

    6-1.3                   Instructional Goals and Objectives

    6-1.4                   Organizational Plan

    6-1.5                   School Year/School Day

    6-1.6                   Class Size

    6-1.7                   Ceremonies and Observances

    6-1.8                   Religion in the Schools

    6-1.9                   Community Resource Persons/School Volunteers

    6-1.10                 Teaching About Controversial Issues

    6-1.11                 Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunity for Military Children

    6-1.12                 Planning Time

    ARTICLE II GENERAL CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION

    6-2.1                    General Instruction Program

    6-2.2                    Curriculum Development and Evaluation

    6-2.3                    Curriculum Adoption

    6-2.4                    Curriculum Guides and Course Outlines

    6-2.5                    New Course Offerings – Secondary

    6-2.6                    Innovative or Experimental Projects

    ARTICLE III INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMS

    6-3.1                    Adult Education

    6-3.2                    Alternative School Programs

    6-3.3                    Career And Technical Education

    6-3.4                    Character Education

    6-3.5                    Computer Education

    6-3.6                    Programs for Disadvantaged Students

    6-3.7                    Driver Education

    6-3.8                    Language Learners/Limited English Proficiency

    6-3.9                    Family Life Education (FLE)

    6-3.10                 Program for Gifted Students; Advanced Placement Classes & Special Programs

    6-3.11                 Health/Physical Education

    6-3.12                 Kindergarten Program

    6-3.13                 Programs for Students with Disabilities

    6-3.14                 Substance Abuse Education

    6-3.15                 Technology Programs

    6-3.16                 Remedial Instruction Program

    6-3.17                 Homebound Instruction

    6-3.18                 Teaching About Economic Education and Financial Literacy

    ARTICLE IV  STUDENT CLASSIFICATION & ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS

    6-4.1                    Grade Placement

    6-4.2                    Placement of Twins and Higher Order Multiples

    6-4.3                    Grouping for Instruction

    6-4.4                    Promotion and Retention

    6-4.5                    Graduation and SOL Requirements

    6-4.6                    Alternative Methods for Granting Credit

    6-4.7                    Locally Awarded Verified Credits

    ARTICLE V  INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPPORT

    6-5.1                    School Guidance and Counseling Programs

    6-5.2                    School Library/Media Centers

    6-5.3                    Copyrighted Materials

    6-5.4                    Homework

    6-5.5                    Textbooks

    6-5.6                    Instructional Materials

    6-5.7                    Complaints Regarding Instructional Materials & Learning Resources

    6-5.8                    Field Trips

    6-5.9                    Employment and Work-Training Certificates

    ARTICLE VI  EVALUATION AND REPORTING

    6-6.1                    Reporting to Parents

    6-6.2                    Student Evaluation and Grading

    6-6.3                    Individual Tests

    6-6.4                    General Education Development (GED) Tests/Certificates

    6-6.5                    Group Tests

    6-6.6                    Recognition