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Effective: 6/12/2007 Revision: Reviewed: 12/27/2012 Board Directive The Board recognizes that it is in the best interest of students to have employees on the job each contract day, and delegates to the administration responsibility for administering an Attendance Incentive policy for qualifying employees. Administrative Policy The Attendance Incentive policy shall be administered according to the ...continue reading "DP354A – Attendance Incentive—Administrators"

Effective: 11/12/91 Revision: 8/23/94 Reviewed: 12/10/13 Board Directive The Board recognizes that under Utah statute, a minor between the age of five (5) and eighteen (18) years of age is required to attend either a regularly established private or public school.  The Board also recognizes that there are exceptions to this provision under the law ...continue reading "AA438 – Releasing Minors from School Attendance"

Effective: 6/10/1987 Revision: 8/11/2009 Board Policy The Board recognizes that it is in the best interest of students to have employees on the job each contract day, and delegates to the administration responsibility for administering an Attendance Incentive policy for qualifying employees. Administration Policy The Attendance Incentive policy shall be administered according to the following ...continue reading "DP354 NEG – Attendance Incentive—Licensed"

Effective: 6/10/1987 Revision: 6/14/2016 Reviewed: 6/10/2014 Board Directive The Board recognizes that it is in the best interest of students to have employees on the job each contract day, and delegates to the District Administration responsibility for administering an Attendance Incentive policy for qualifying employees. Administrative Policy The Attendance Incentive policy shall be administered according ...continue reading "DP354B NEG – Attendance Incentive—Classified"

Effective: 9/27/1977 Revision: 9/8/2009 Reviewed: 12/10/2013 Board Directive The Board of Education recognizes that regular student attendance at school facilitates academic achievement by maximizing the interaction between students and teachers. The Board also recognizes that regular student attendance at school is mandated by Utah Compulsory Attendance Law 53A-11-101.5, which requires students between the ages of ...continue reading "AA432 – Student Attendance and Teacher Disclosure Statements"

Effective: 8/27/1969 Revision: 9/8/2009 Board Policy To help promote quality education in Jordan District schools, educators and administrative leaders shall be encouraged to participate in professional development activities including educational conferences and other events which provide opportunities to acquire knowledge, learn from state and national educational leaders, and keep abreast of new developments in the ...continue reading "D208 – Conference Attendance"

Effective: 9/25/2012 Revision: 4/23/2013 Reviewed: 11/28/2017 The Board of Education will govern lawfully by policy on behalf of students with an emphasis on strategic leadership for the future of Jordan School District. The Board of Education is accountable to the people of the Jordan School District for competent, conscientious, and effective accomplishments of its objectives. ...continue reading "GP101 – Governing Style"

Effective: 9/25/2012 Revision: 1/28/2014 Reviewed: 2/24/2015 The Board of Education recognizes that its deliberative process benefits greatly from public input and perspective. At the same time, it wishes to organize its agendas and use its meeting time effectively, ensure an equitable allocation of time to speakers, and establish an orderly process for receiving public comment. ...continue reading "GP110 – Public Participation at Board Meetings"

Effective: 9/25/2012 Revision: 3/28/17 Reviewed: 2/24/2015 The Board of Education must meet at least once each month and may act as a group only within the confines of a meeting that complies with the requirements of the Utah Open Meeting Law. The Board shall hold a regular Board meeting at least once each month to ...continue reading "GP111 – Type of Meetings"