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BP 1400

Community Relations

Relations Between Other Governmental Agencies And The Office of the County Superintendent of Schools

 

 

The Governing Board recognizes that agencies at all levels of government share its concern and responsibility for the health, safety, and welfare of youth.  The Board and Superintendent or designee shall initiate and maintain good working relationships with representatives of these agencies in order to help schools and students make use of the resources which governmental agencies can provide.

 

 

Legal Reference:

EDUCATION CODE

10900-10914.5  Cooperative community recreation programs

12400  Authority to receive and expend federal funds

12405  Authority to participate in federal programs

17050  Joint use of library facilities

17051  Joint use of park and recreational facilities

32001  Fire alarms and drills

32288  Notice of safety plan

35160  Authority of governing boards

35160.1  Broad authority of school districts

48902  Notification of law enforcement agencies

48909  District attorney may give notice student drug use, sale or  possession

49305  Cooperation of police and California Highway Patrol

49402   Contracts with city, county or local health departments

49403  Cooperation in control of communicable disease and immunization

51202  Instruction in personal and public health and safety

ELECTIONS CODE

2145-2148  Distribution of voter registration forms

12283  Polling places: schools

WELFARE AND INSTITUTIONS CODE

828  Disclosure of information minors by law enforcement agency

828.1  School district police department; disclosure of juvenile criminal records

 

 

Policy Adopted: 5-11-17