Agenda Item
Meeting Date: 5/26/2020 - 6:30 PM
Category: Special, Legal, and Discussion Items
Type: Action
Subject: 9.1 Approve a second reading and adopt Beaumont Unified School District's Board Policies, Administrative Regulations, and Exhibits regarding Students (5118, 5131.2, 5141.26), and Instruction (6145.2).
Strategic Plan Reference:
Organizational Core Value #1: We believe student success is the primary focus of all our efforts.
Priorities: Communication #2: Communicate standards and expectations to students, parents, staff, and community.
Policy:
Attachment Supporting Materials: BP/AR 5118 Open Enrollment Act Transfers
BP/AR 5131.2 Bullying
AR 5141.26 Tuberculosis Testing
AR 6145.2 Athletic Competition
File Attachment:
5118 5131.2 5141.26.pdf
6145.2.pdf
Summary: The proposed revisions are part of the District's review and update of regulations and policies in conjunction with California School Board Association (CSBA).
Fiscal Impact/Source: None
Recommendation: The administration recommends the Board of Trustees of the Beaumont Unified School District approve a second reading and adopt Beaumont Unified School District's Board Policies, Administrative Regulations, and Exhibits regarding Students (5118, 5131.2, 5141.26), and Instruction (6145.2).
Approvals:
Recommended By:
Signed By:
Mahlana Cove - Administrative Assistant
Signed By:
Tony Knapp - Assistant Superintendent, Instructional Support Services
Signed By:
Terrence Davis - Superintendent
Vote Results:

Original Motion
Member Steven Hovey Moved, Member Janelle Poulter seconded to approve the Original motion 'The administration recommends the Board of Trustees of the Beaumont Unified School District approve a second reading and adopt Beaumont Unified School District''s Board Policies, Administrative Regulations, and Exhibits regarding Students (5118, 5131.2, 5141.26), and Instruction (6145.2).'. The vote was: Aye: 5 Nay: 0.
The motion Carried 5 - 0
   
Janelle Poulter     Yes
Susie Lara     Yes
David Sanchez     Yes
Steven Hovey     Yes
Brian Sylva     Yes