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The MSAD 11 School Board is committed to working with our Administrators to improve the academic performance of our children and to ensure their emotional and physical well-being.
The primary duties of the School Board are:
1 - PROVIDE DIRECTION for the District by setting policies, funding programs, and establishing goals.
2 - EVALUATE THE RESULTS of those policies and programs, and the work of our administrators in achieving our goals.
3 - SERVE AS A LINK to the citizens of our communities.
The role of our administrators is to use their professional expertise to implement those policies and programs and determine how to achieve our goals.
BULLYING REPORTING, INVESTIGATION AND
Download the file attached below to obtain the Bullying, Investigation, and Intervention/Resolution Process..
Adopted: April 4, 2013
DOCUMENTATION OF DISCIPLINARY AND
REMEDIAL ACTIONS TAKEN
____Notification of law enforcement authorities, if warranted (if any question, principal should consult with Superintendent first)
Date: _____ Reported to: ______________________________________
____In school suspension
____Out of school suspension
____Recommendation for expulsion
____Alternative discipline/restorative justice (describe): ____________________
____Other intervention: ____________________________________________
____Support for targeted student: _____________________________________
____Counseling/referral to services (targeted student), if suitable
____Counseling/referral to services (bully), if suitable
____If bully is school employee or administrator, recommendation for action to be taken by Superintendent (any action must be consistent with collective bargaining agreement or individual contract).
____If bullying by other person (e.g., volunteer, visitor, contractor), action taken:______
____If bullying by school-affiliated organization, action taken: ____________________
WRITTEN NOTIFICATION TO PARENTS/GUARDIANS OF TARGETED STUDENT, INCLUDING MEASURES BEING TAKEN TO ENSURE STUDENT’S SAFETY:
Date: _____ By: ____________________ (Attach copy of notification here)
WRITTEN NOTIFICATION TO PARENTS/GUARDIANS OF STUDENT FOUND TO HAVE ENGAGED IN BULLYING BEHAVIOR, INCLUDING PROCESS FOR APPEAL:
Date: _____ By: _____________________ (Attach copy of notification here)
MSAD #11 BULLYING REPORT FORM
Name of complainant/reporter (by law, reports may be anonymous): ________________
Status of reporter: Student Parent School employee/coach/advisor Other _________
Contact information for reporter (if reporter is student, contact information for
parent/guardian): Phone: ________ Cell phone: ________ Email: _________________
Name of alleged target(s): __________________________________________________
Name of alleged bully(ies): _________________________________________________
Relationship between alleged target/bully(ies): __________________________________
Time(s) and location(s) of alleged incident(s): __________________________________
Names of witnesses: _______________________________________________________
Description of incident(s) (attached additional pages if more space is needed):
I agree that the information on this form is accurate and true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
_____________________________________ Date: _____________
Signature of complainant/reporter
Received by: _________________________ Date: _____________
Copy to building principal: Date: ______ Copy to Superintendent: Date: ______
Adopted: April 4, 2013
SERVICE ANIMALS IN SCHOOLS
The Board recognizes that service animals may be used to provide assistance to some persons with disabilities. This policy governs the presence of service animals in the schools, on school property, including school buses, and at school activities.
As applied to schools, federal and Maine law define a "service animal" as a dog that is individually trained to do work or perform tasks for the benefit of an individual with a disability, including a physical, sensory, psychiatric, intellectual or other mental disability. Other species of animals, whether wild or domestic, trained or untrained, are not service animals for the purpose of this definition.
IKAB – Report Cards/Progress Reports
REPORT CARDS/PROGRESS REPORTS
The Superintendent will be responsible for ensuring the development of a system for communicating information regarding student achievement and academic progress to students and parents. This system shall be approved by the MSAD #11 Board. Within this system, grades, proficiency levels, performance notations, narratives, and other forms of reporting should be understandable to parents and should indicate how the student is progressing relative to achievement of the content standards of the Learning Results as well as performance in specific courses or content areas.