The Board of Education is committed to recruiting and retaining high quality certificated/endorsed teachers and directs the Superintendent and his/her designee to specify the types of licenses and license areas of concentration required for hire. The purpose of this policy is to identify standards and procedures of LEA-Specific Licensing requirements pursuant to the conditions outlined in Utah Administrative Rule R277-301. These specific requirements and procedures for obtaining a license are required for employment as a licensed educator in Alpine School District.
Alpine School District will provide immunity and indemnification as described in the Utah Governmental Immunity Act to administrators, to members of the Board of Education and to other employees who qualify for such immunity under the provisions of the Utah Governmental Immunity Act (UCA 63-30-1, et. seq.).