The Alpine School District Superintendent of Schools, or designee, is directed to establish such rules and regulations as may be needed to provide for student, employee, and patron safety and security in the school buildings and with equipment. The safety plan must also safeguard school buildings and equipment.
Administrators shall be given a mileage allowance to help defray the cost of travel expense while performing duties within the district. This mileage allowance shall be established upon recommendation of the superintendent following consultation with representatives of the Alpine School Administrators’ Association.
Every motor vehicle furnished by Alpine School District to be used to transport one or more workers to and from their places of employment shall be maintained in a safe condition and operated in a safe manner at all times, whether or not used on a public highway. (2-12-11, 34-36-1)
Investments in a business entity which create a conflict between public and private interests are forbidden.
No school officer or employee shall have personal investments in any business entity which will create a substantial conflict between his private interests and his public duties. (Utah Code 67-16-9)
Alpine School District, including all schools and departments, shall comply with purchasing guidelines as contained in State statute unless added to or supplemented by District procedure or policy.
Alpine School District will follow Utah Code 63 Chapter 56 as required by law and the booklet Alpine School District Procurement Policies as adopted by the Alpine School District Board of Education in October of 1982, last amended June 1991.
It shall be the policy of the Board of Education to review and approve a list compiled and submitted by the superintendent of capital items for replacement, and repair and initial purchase once each year. Such list shall be based upon requests from principals and department heads within the district during the budgeting process. Emergency capital expenditures shall be minimized to maintain the integrity of the budget process and allow for adequate Board review.
All accounts shall be subject to audit annually. The audits shall be performed and financial statements presented in accordance with generally-accepted auditing and accounting standards, principles, and procedures promulgated by recognized authoritative bodies, and shall conform to the uniform classification of accounts established or approved by the state auditor.
In the event that the district receives federal funding, the audits shall be performed in accordance with both federal and state auditing requirements. (See also 53-6-28)
It is the intent of Alpine School District to conduct all procurement activities in compliance with state and federal law and consistent with the guidelines set out in the Alpine School District Procurement Manual. It is the intent of the Alpine School District to conduct procurement activities in compliance with Utah Procurement Code(Chapter 56, Utah Code Annotated) and other federal or local purchasing guidelines. Supplementary purchasing guidance is contained in the Alpine School District procurement manual and ASD procedures handbook.