SECTION J: Students

Section J of the NEPN/NSBA policy classification system contains policies, regulations, and exhibits on students - admissions, attendance, rights and responsibilities, conduct, discipline, health and welfare, and school-related activities.
JB Equal Educational Opportunties
JBA Toileting Policy 
JC Transgender Students Guidelines - Maine
JEA Compulsory Attendance
JFAA Admission of Resident Students
JFAB Admission of Nonresident Students
JFABA Nonresident Tuition Charges
JFABB International Students
Admission of Homeless Students
JFBB School Choice
JFC Dropout Prevention Student Withdrawal from School
JFCB Post Graduate Out-Of-School Youths and Adults
JFCK Student Use of Personal Electronic Devices at School
JFCK-R Student Use of Personal Electronic Devices at School - School Rules
JG Assignment of Students to Classes
JGC Assignment of Students to Classes - Five-Year-Olds
JHBB Attendance Policy
JHC Student Dismissal Procedures
JHCA Open/Closed Campus
JHCA-R Regulations for Open/Closed Campus Periods and Open Lunch
JHCB Released Time for Religious Instruction
JI Student Rights and Responsibilities
JIC Student Code of Conduct
JICA Student Dress
JICAB Athletic and Student Dress
JICB Care of School Property
JICC Student Conduct on School Buses
JICE Student Media and Censorship
JICH Drug and Alcohol Use by Students
JICH-R Drug and Alcohol Use by Students - Guidelines
Breathalyzer Policy and Protocol
JICIA Weapons, Violence and School Safety
JICK Bullying and Cyberbullying in Schools
JICK-E1 Bullying and Cyberbulling Reporting and Responding Form
JIH Questioning and Searches of Students
JIH-E Student Search Checklist
JIH-R Questioning and Searches of Students Administrative Procedure
JIHA Student Locker/Desk Searches
JII Student Complaints and Grievances
JJA Student Organizations (Curriculum Related)
JJAB Student Organizations (Limited Open Forum)
JJAC Sunday Activities
JJB School Dances
JJE Student Fund-Raising Activities
JJEA Fund-Raising Activities - Method and Purpose
JJF Accounting for School Activity Accounts
JJI Philosophy of Athletics
JJIA Intramurals and Athletics
JJIAA Private School Students - Access to Public School Co-Curricular, Interscholastic and Extracurricular Activities
JJIAB Extra-Curricular Activity Participation Regulation
JJIA(1) Interscholastic Athletics - Eligibility (MHS)
JJIB (2) Interscholastic Athletics - Eligibility (BMS/WCS)
JJIAAB Charter School Students - Access to Public School - Interscholastic and Extracurricular Activities
JJIBA Hiring and Evaluation of Coaches
JJIBAA Code of Ethics for Coaches/Advisors
JJIBB Sportsmanship
JJIBC Relations with Booster Groups
JJID Sports Physical Examinations
JJIF Concussions
JJIF-E Concussion Information Sheet
JK Student Discipline
JKA Corporal Punishment
Use of Physical Restraint and Seclusion
JKAA-R Procedures on Physical Restraint and Seclusion
JKD Student Suspension
JKD-R Student Suspension Regulations
JKE Student Expulsion

Student Expulsion - Regulations

JKEA Student Suspension/Expulsion
JKF Disciplinary Removal of Students with Disabilities
JKF-R Disciplinary Removal of Students with Disabilities - Administrative Procedure
JL Wellness Policy
JLCB Immunization Requirements for Students Entering Regional School Unit 1 Schools
JLCC Communicable Diseases
JLCCA HIV and Other Bloodborne Pathogens
JLCD Administration of Medication to Students
JLCD-E Medication Administration on School Field Trips
JLCDA Medical Marijuana in Schools
JLCE First Aid
JLCE-R First Aid - Regulations
JLCF Authorization for the School Nurse's Performance
JLDBA Adolescent Suicide Awareness Program
JLDBG Reintegration of Students from Juvenile Correctional Facilities
JLF Child Abuse Reporting
JLF-E Suspected Child Abuse and Neglect Report Form
JM Student Awards and Scholarships
JN Youth Service Programs
JRA Student Educational Records and Information
JRA-E Notification of Rights under FERPA
JRA-R Student Education Records and Information Administrative Procedure
JS Student Aspirations
JT Student Opinion Surveys

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