9610-R Staff Substance Abuse Regulation

In the event that district supervisory personnel determine that a staff member has a potential problem related to alcohol or other substance use/abuse which adversely affects his/her job performance: 1. the supervisory personnel will attempt to compile information and/or document actions that have resulted in unsatisfactory job performance that may be related to the employee’s …

9610 Staff Substance Abuse

The Board of Education, recognizing that students are often influenced by teachers and other members of a school’s staff, impresses upon staff members the importance of maintaining a high level of professionalism appropriate to their position, which, in turn, shall set a positive example for students. Since substance abuse has become a national concern, particularly …

9320 Drug-Free Workplace

The Board of Education prohibits the illegal, improper or unauthorized manufacture, distribution, dispensing, possession or use of alcohol or any controlled substances in the workplace. The use of alcohol in the workplace is prohibited at all times. “Workplace” shall mean any site on school grounds, at school-sponsored activities including field trips, or any place in …

9260 Conditional Appointment & Emergency Conditional Appointment – Student Safety

The Board of Education recognizes that there may be instances in which it is necessary, upon recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools, for the Board to make a conditional appointment or an emergency conditional appointment of a prospective employee. To provide for the safety of students who have contact with an employee holding a conditional …

9140.1-R Staff Complaints and Grievances Regulation

Definitions 1. Grievant shall mean an employee who alleges that there has been a violation of Title IX, Section 504 or the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) statute or regulations which affect him/her. 2. Grievance shall mean any alleged violation of Title IX, Section 504 or ADA statute or regulations. 3. Compliance Officer shall mean …

9140.1 Staff Complaints and Grievances

(under Title IX, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act or the Americans with Disabilities Act) This policy and accompanying regulation (9140.1-R) provide grievance procedures for those employees not covered by collective bargaining agreements or whose negotiated agreements do not include grievance procedures. Staff complaints that are not covered under the General Municipal Law, or cannot …

5062 Use of Service Animals

The Board of Education of the Guilderland Central School District (the “District”) acknowledges its responsibility to permit an individual with a disability to be accompanied on school grounds by a service animal (as that term is described below). This policy is subject to restrictions permitted by state and federal law and any regulations and/or rules …

GHS senior earns national award for community service

Guilderland High School senior Qandeel B. Sial has received a national honor for her exemplary volunteer service in the district and throughout the Capital Region. The President’s Volunteer Service Award was presented to Sial earlier this week. The award is part of The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards program. In its 25th year, the awards …

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