The Board of Education supports the Superintendent in determining a two-hour delayed start of a school day, an early release, or a school closure in the event of hazardous conditions which threaten the safety or health of students or staff members.
The community councils shall provide an orderly system of broad public involvement to achieve the following: Serve in an advisory capacity to the Board of Education. Serve as a communication channel between the Board and the community. Assist in appropriate research and evaluation projects. Work to improve all district educational programs.
The Board of Education will ask the new school principal to form a school naming committee comprised of existing PTA and/or SCC officers/members and patrons from the new school boundary. The committee will conduct a survey and make the official recommendation to the Board of Education concerning a name for the school.
The Board of Directors shall designate, and the corporation shall maintain a main office. The location of the main office of the corporation shall be the Board of Education of Alpine School District, 575 North 100 East, American Fork, Utah 84003.
It is the policy of Alpine School District to manage district records in a manner that provides timely and appropriate access to information which has been collected. It is also a School District commitment to protect the privacy rights of individuals about whom information has been collected. This policy has been written and will be administered in accordance with the provisions of the Government Records Access and Management Act Utah Code Annotated 1992.
The governing board recognizes the need and the worth of cooperative relationships with other schools, colleges and educational organizations. It encourages members of the school staff to work with their counterparts in such organizations on educational matters within the framework established by the statutes, state regulations and governing board policy.
It is the intention of the Board of Education to serve the community by making available appropriate use of school property and facilities in accordance with law and resources available in the district. The primary use shall be for the educational program. All other uses shall be deemed secondary.
Soliciting Funds from Students. Solicitation of the pupils to contribute funds to any organization or to work for any organization not directly under the control of the school authorities is prohibited, except as authorized in advance by the Board of Education.