1000 - Governing Principles

1600 Governing Principle - Professional Development

A system of excellent schools provides continuous professional development and training to help personnel gain the skills and knowledge needed to meet State Board and local board expectations, especially as they relate to improving student performance.  The board’s vision for professional development, including its relationship to improving student success, is expressed through the following board policies.


Professional and Staff Development

(policy 1610-7800)

Prohibition Against Discrimination, Harassment and Bullying

(policy 1710-4021-7230)

Lesson Planning

(policy 3120)

Evaluation of Instructional Programs

(policy 3140)

Technology in the Educational Program

(policy 3220)

Copyright Compliance

(policy 3230-7330)

School Improvement Plan

(policy 3430)

Alternative Learning Programs/Schools

(policy 3470-4305)

School Health Education

(policy 3540)

Child Abuse – Reports and Investigations

(policy 4240-7312)

Public Records – Retention, Release and Disposition

(policy 5070-7350)

Student Health Services

(policy 6120)

Administering Medicines to Students

(policy 6125)

Network Security

(policy 6524)

Hazardous Materials

(policy 6540)

Drug and Alcohol Testing of Commercial Motor Vehicle Operators

(policy 7241)

Occupational Exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens

(policy 7260)

Career Status

(policy 7410)

School Administrator Contracts

(policy 7425)

Evaluation of Licensed Employees

(policy 7810)

Legal References:
G.S. 115C-36, -47
Cross References:
Governing Principles (policy 1100), Board and Superintendent Relations (policy 2010), Adoption of Policies (policy 2420)
Monday, 13 February 2012
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