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SECTION 1 - SCHOOL DISTRICT ORGANIZATION
SECTION 2 - SCHOOL BOARD
SECTION 3 - GENERAL SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION
SECTION 4 - OPERATIONAL SERVICES
SECTION 5 - GENERAL PERSONNEL
SECTION 6 - INSTRUCTION
SECTION 7 - STUDENTS
SECTION 8 - COMMUNITY RELATIONS

 

SECTION 1 - SCHOOL DISTRICT ORGANIZATION

1.10 School District Legal Status
1.20 District Organization
1.30 School District Philosophy
1.35 District Statement of Objective
1.35-1 Statement of Academic Targets
1:36 Affective Goals for GCSD 228

SECTION 2 - SCHOOL BOARD

2.10 School District Governance
2.20 Powers and Duties of the School Board
2.30 School District Elections
2.40 Board Member Qualifications
2.50 Board Member Term of Office
2.60 Board Member Removal from Office
2.70 Vacancies on the School Board - Filling Vacancies
2.80 Board Member Oath and Conduct
2.100 Board Member Conflict of Interest
2.105 Ethics and Gift Ban
2.110 Qualifications, Term, and Duties of Board Officers
2.120 Board Member Development
2.125 Board Member Expenses
2:130 Board-Superintendent Relationship
2:140 Communications To and From the Board
2:150 Committees
2:160 Board Attorney
2:170 Procurement of Architectural, Engineering, and Land Surveying Sevices
2:200 Types of School Board Meetings
2:210 Organizational School Board Meeting
2:220 School Board Meeting Procedure
2:230 Public Participation at School Board Meetings and Petitions to the Board
2:240 Board Policy Development
2:250 Access to District Public Records
2:260 Uniform Grievance Procedure

SECTION 3 - GENERAL SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION

3:10 Goals and Objectives
3:30 Chain of Command
3:40 Superintendent
3:50 Administrative Personnel Other Than the Superintendent
3:60 Administrative Responsibility of the Building Principal
3:70 Succession of Authority

SECTION 4 - OPERATIONAL SERVICES

4:10 Fiscal and Business Management
4:15 Identity Protection
4:20 Fund Balances
4:30 Revenue and Investments
4:35 Sales and Lease of Property
4:40 Incurring Debt
4:45 Insufficient Fund Checks
4:50 Payment Procedures
4:55 Use of Credit and Procurement Cards
4:60 Purchases and Contracts
4:70 Resource Conservation
4:80 Accounting and Audits
4:90 Activity Funds
4:100 Insurance Management
4:110 Transportation
4:120 Food Services
4:130 Free and Reduced-Price Food Services
4:140 Waiver of Student Fees/a>
4:150 Facility Management and Building Programs
4:160 Environmental Quality of Buildings and Grounds
4:170 Safety
4:180 Pandemic Preparedness

SECTION 5 - GENERAL PERSONNEL

5:00 Goals and Objectives
5:10 Equal Employment Opportunity and Minority Recruitment
5:20 Workplace Harrashment Prohibited
5:30 Hiring Process and Criteria
5:35 Compliance with the Fair Labor Standards Act
5:40 Communicable and Chronic Infectious Disease
5:50 Drug- and Alcohol-Free Workplace
5:60 Expenses
5:62 Professional Personnel Conferences and Visitation
5:65 Use of School Materials and Equipment
5:70 Religious Holidays
5:80 Court Duty
5:90 Abused and Neglected Child Reporting
5:100 Staff Development Program
5:120 Ethics
5:125 Personnel Social Networking Policy
5:130 Responsibilities Concerning Internal Information
5:140 Solicitations By or From Staff
5:150 Personnel Records
5:160 Release of Credit Information
5:170 Copyright
5:180 Temporary Illness or Temporary Incapacity
5:185 Family and Medical Leave
5:190 Teacher Qualifications
5:200 Terms and Conditions of Employment and Dismissal
5:210 Resignations
5:220 Substitute Teachers
5:230 Maintaining Student Discipline
5:240 Suspension
5:250 Leaves of Absence
5:260 Student Teachers
5:270 Employment At-Will, Compensation, and Assignment
5:280 Duties and Qualifications
5:285 Drug and Alcohol Testing for School Bus and Commercial Vehicle Drivers
5:290 Employment Termination and Suspensions
5:300 Schedules and Employment Year
5:310 Compensatory Time-Off
5:320 Evaluation
5:330 Sick Days, Vacation, Holidays, and Leaves

5:332 Workload Plan for Special Educators

SECTION 6 - INSTRUCTION

6:10 Educational Philosophy and Objectives
6:15 School Accountability
6:20 School Year Calendar and Day
6:30 Organization of Instruction
6:40 Curriculum Development
6:50 Wellness
6:60 Curriculum Content
6:65 Student Social and Emotional Development
6:70 Teaching About Religions
6:80 Teaching About Controversial Issues
6:100 Using Animals in the Educational Program
6:110 Programs for Students At Risk of Academic Failure &/or Dropping Out of School & Graduation Incentives Program
6:120 Education of Children with Disabilities
6:130 Program for the Gifted
6:140 Education of Homeless Children
6:145 Migrant Students
6:150 Home and Hospital Instruction
6:160 English Language Learners
6:170 Title 1 | Programs

6:180 Extended Instructional Programs
6:190 Extracurricular and CO-Curricular Activities
6:210 Instructional Materials
6:230 Media Program
6:235 Acess to Electronic Networks
6:235 E2 Exhibit - Authorization for Electronic Network Acess
6:240 Field Trips
6:250 Community Resource Persons and Volunteers
6:255 Assemblies and Ceremonies
6:260 Complaints About Curriculum, Instructional Materials, and Programs
6:270 Guidance and Counseling Program
6:280 Grading and Promotion
6:290 Homework
6:300 Graduation Requirements
6:310 Credit for Alternative Courses and Programs, and Course Substitutions
6:320 High School Credit for Proficiency
6:340 Student Testing and Assessment Program

SECTION 7 - STUDENTS

7:00 Goals and Objectives
7:10 Equal Educational Opportunities
7:15 Student and Family Privacy Rights
7:20 Harassment of Students prohibitied
7:30 Student Assignment
7:40 Nonpublic School Students, Including Parochial and Home-Schooled Students
7:50 School Admissions and Student Transfers To and From Non-District Schools
7:60 Residence
7:70 Attendance and Truancy
7:80 Release Time for Religious Instruction/Observance
7:90 Release During School Hours
7:100 Health, Eye, and Dental Examinations; Immunizations; and Exclusion of Students
7:130 Student Rights and Responsibilities
7:140 Search and Seizure
7:150 Agency and Police Interviews
7:160 Student Appearance
7:170 Vandalism
7:180 Preventing Bullying, Intimidation, and Harassment
7:185 Teen Dating Violence Prohibited
7:190 Student Discipline
7:200 Suspension Procedures
7:210 Expulsion Procedures
7:220 Bus Conduct
7:230 Misconduct by Students with Disabilities
7:240 Conduct Code for Participants in Extracurricular Activities
7:250 Student Support Services
7:260 Exemption from Physical Activity
7:270 Administerting Medicines to Students
7:280 Communicable and Chronic Infectious Disease
7:285 Food Allergy Management Policy
7:290 Adolescent Suicide Awareness and Prevention Programs
7:300 Extracurricular Athletics
7:305 Student Athlete Concussions and Head Injuries
7:310 Restrictions on Publications and Written or Electronic Material
7:325 Student Fund-Raising Activities
7:330 Student Use of Buildings - Equal Access
7:340 Student Records

SECTION 8 - COMMUNITY RELATIONS

8:10 Connection with the Community
8:20 Community Use of School Facilities
8:25 Advertising and Distributing Materials in Schools Provided by Non-School Related Entities
8:30 Visitors to and Conduct on School Property
8:70 Accomodating Individuals with Disabilities
8:80 Gifts to the District
8:90 Parent Organizations and Booster Clubs
8:95 Parental Involvement
8:100 Relations with Other Organizations and Agencies
8:110 Public Suggestions and Complaints



SUPERINTENDENT MESSAGE:

Parents Invited to Participate in 5Essentials Survey
District 228 did not participate in an Illinois State Board of Education school climate survey known as 5Essentials.  By statute we are required to participate this year, so we ask you to follow this link and submit your feedback.  The results will be shared if we receive enough responses and they may become part of […]

PHONE NUMBERS:
High School: 945-0399
Middle School: 945-0599
Millikin: 945-0475
Northside: 945-0625
Southwest: 945-0652

IMPORTANT ITEMS:

River Bend Food Bank - Kids day: April 26. 9 to 12.
ART CAMP in Geneseo during Spring Break at the Smith Studio and Gallery. More information.

ORDER TICKETS ONLINE to the HS Spring Musical "The Sound of Music" or PRINT an order form.

KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION - April 24: 2 - 7 p.m.

ELEMENTARY PTA FUN RUN: May 18. Register here. Event will start at the Millikin Elementary School. View the RACE ROUTE. If you do not wish to participate in the event: Donations of $25 or more will receive a free 5k Fundraiser T-shirt! Print a paper registration form.

NEW IMMUNIZATION REQUIREMENTS FOR 2014-15

Geneseo CUSD#228 is in need of substitute teachers for all grade levels.  Interested individuals must have a valid teaching or substitute teaching certificate.  Please contact the Regional Office of Education at 309-936-7890 for compliance requirements.  

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Link to: GENESEO PUBLIC LIBRARY

SCHOOL REPORT CARD an index of school performance measured against statewide and local standards.

DISTRICT EVENTS ATTENDANCE POLICY for Non-High School Students

GENESEO ENDOWMENT for EXCELLENCE in EDUCATION

COMMUNITY EVENTS: