- Cape Elizabeth School Department
- P.O. Box 6267
- Cape Elizabeth, ME 04107
The School Board is responsible for developing and approving policies to guide administration of our schools. These policies are separated into 11 categories:
Each section has its own family of subcategories - codes that are accompanied by descriptor terms that identify titles for policy statements. The first letter identifies the section. Within each section there are subcategories with a broad policy followed by related policies with more details.
Some policies have related procedures, rules or guidelines (listed on this page under "Procedures"), which are updated and implemented by administrators.
Some policies also have related examples, exibits or forms that may be used to help the School Board carry out the policy. These are listed under the "Forms" heading.
Required Plans - Links to required plans appear at the bottom of this page.
|ACAA||Harrassment and Sexual Harrassment of Students||ACAA-R||Student Discrimination Harrassment Complaint Procedures|
|ACAB||Harrassment of Employees||ACAB-R||Employee Discrimination and Harrassment of School Employees|
|AD||Educational Philosophy||AD-R||Change Model|
|ADA||School District Goals and Objectives|
|ADC||Tobacco Use and Possession|
|ADC effective 1/5/2015||Use of Tobacco Products and Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems|
|ADF||School Unit Commitment to Learning Results|
|BBAA||School Board Member Authority and Responsibilities|
|BBAB||Student School Board Representative|
|BCA||School Board Code of Ethics|
|BCB||Board Member Conflict of Interest|
|BDE||Board Standing Committees|
|BDF||Board Advisory Committees|
|BE||School Board Meetings|
|BEA||School Board Use of Electronic Mail|
|BEDD||Rules of Order|
|BEDF||Voting Method and Quorum|
|BEDH||Public Participation at Board Meetings|
|BG||School Board Policies|
|BIA||New Board Member Orientation|
|EBCA||Emergency Management Plan|
|EBCF||Use of Automatic External Defibrillators|
|ECB||Integrated Pest Management|
|EEA||Student Bus Transportation|
|EEAEAA||Drug and Alcohol Testing of Bus Drivers||EEAEAA-R||Drug and Alcohol Testing of Bus Drivers (Administrative Guideline)|
|EFE||Competitive Food Sales|
|EGAD||Copyright Compliance||EGAD-R||Copyright Compliance Administrative Procedures|
|EHA||Electronic Signature Filing|
|EHB||Record Retention Policy|
|KBF||Chapter I Program Parent Involvement|
|KCE||Receiving Education Foundation Funds|
|KDB||Public's Right to Know/Freedom of Access|
|KF||Use of School Facilities||
Guidelines and Application Forms:
|KHB||Advertising in Schools|
|KI||Visitors to School|
|KLD||Public Complaints about School Personnel|
|KLF||Community Services Program||KLF-R||Community Services Program Budget Procedure Format (Administrative Guideline)|
|KLG||Relations with Law Enforcement Authorities||KLG-R||Relations with Law Enforcement Authorities Procedure (Administrative Guideline)|
|KLG effective 1/5/2015||Relations with Law Enforcement|
- AFFIRMATIVE ACTION PLAN
- SECTION 504 PLAN
- STUDENT DROPOUT PREVENTION PLAN
- PEST MANAGEMENT PLAN
- TEACHER EVALUATION PLAN
- TECHNOLOGY PLAN
The Cape Elizabeth School Department receives Title 1 funds.
Under the Act, parents of children attending the Cape Elizabeth School Department may request the professional qualifications of their child's teachers.
Parents may request information related to state certification, highly qualified status, emergency certification, and degrees as well as information about the qualifications of paraprofessionals.
This information is available by contacting Ruth Ellen Vaughn by telephone at 207-799-2217 x268, or by email, email@example.com