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1 Miami Senior High School Faculty Handbook

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3 SCHOOL CALENDAR ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS MIAMI, FLORIDA August 14, 15, 2014 August 18 September 1 September 18 September 25*+# October 9 October 23 October 24*+# October 27 November 4 November 11 November 27 November 28 December 11 December 22- January 2, 2015 January 15 January 16 *+# January 19 January 20 February 5 February 16 February 17 March 19 March 20*+# March March 30*+# April 3*+# April 30 May 25 June 4 June 5 Teacher planning days; no students in school First Day of School; begin first semester Labor Day; holiday for students and employees Secondary early release day Teacher planning day; no students in school Secondary early release day End first grading period; first semester Teacher planning day; no students in school Begin second grading period; first semester Teacher planning day; Professional Development Day-not available to opt; no students in school Observation of Veterans Day; holiday for students and employees Thanksgiving; Board-approved holiday for students and employees Recess Day Secondary early release day Winter recess for students and all employees with the exception of Fraternal Order of Police Employees; End first semester and second grading period Teacher planning day; no students in school Observance of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. s Birthday; holiday for students and employees Begin second semester; third grading period Secondary early release day All Presidents Day; holiday for students and employees Teacher planning day; Professional Development Day-not available to opt; no students in school End third grading period; second semester Teacher planning day; no students in school Spring recess for students and all employees with the exception of Fraternal Order of Police Employees Begin fourth grading period; second semester Teacher planning day; no students in school Secondary early release day Observance of Memorial Day; holiday for students and employees Last Day of School; end fourth grading period; second semester Teacher planning day; no students in school NOTE: Every Wednesday students in elementary schools (Grades 2-5) and K-8 Centers (Grades 2-8) are released one (1) hour early Job Category Beginning Date Ending Date Teachers new to the system August 7, 2014 June 5, 2015 Assistant Principals and 10-month clerical August 7, 2014 June 12, 2015 Cafeteria Managers August 11, 2014 June 5, 2015 Satellite Assistants August 13, 2014 June 4, 2015 All Instructional Staff, Paraprofessionals & Security August 14, 2014 June 5, 2015 Assistant to Cafeteria Managers/MAT Specialists August 15, 2014 June 4, 2015 Cafeteria Workers (part-time) August 18, 2014 June 4, 2015 *Teachers/paraprofessionals and school support personnel may opt to work one or two days, August 12, 13, 2014, or June 8, 9, 2015, in lieu of any one or two of the following days: September 25, 2014, October 24, 2014, January 16, 2015, March 20, 2015, and April 3, November 4, 2014, and February 17, 2015, are Professional Development Days and are not available to opt. +Teachers new to Miami-Dade County Public Schools may opt to work one or two days, June 8, 9, 2015, in lieu of any one or two of the following days: September 25, 2014, October 24, 2014, January 16, 2015, March 20, 2015, and April 3, November 4, 2014, and February 17, 2015, are Professional Development Days and are not available to opt. #Ten-month secretarial and clerical employees may opt to work one or two days, August 5, 6, 2014, or June 15, 16, 2015, in lieu of any one or two of the following days: September 25, 2014, October 24, 2014, January 16, 2015, March 20, 2015, and April 3, November 4, 2014, and February 17, 2015, are Professional Development Days and are not available to opt.

4 M E M O R A N D U M August 11, 2014 TO: FROM: All Faculty and Staff Miami Senior High Benny Valdes, Principal Miami Senior High SUBJECT: FACULTY MEETINGS / PD SCHEDULE Following, please find the faculty meeting schedule for the academic schoolyear. Meetings are subject to change. Day Date Tuesday August 26, 2014 Tuesday September 09, 2014 Tuesday September 23, 2014 Tuesday October 7, 2014 Tuesday October 21, 2014 Tuesday November 4, 2014 Tuesday November 18, 2014 Tuesday December 2, 2014 Tuesday January 6, 2015 Tuesday January 20, 2015 Tuesday February 3, 2015 Tuesday February 17, 2015 Tuesday March 3, 2015 Tuesday March 17, 2015 Tuesday April 7, 2015 Tuesday April 21, 2015 Tuesday May 5, 2015 Tuesday May 19, 2015 Cc: Assistant Principals

5 Substitute Hotline If you are going to be absent, you must call the number listed above PRIOR TO 6:00 A.M.

6 MIAMI HIGH SCHOOL Regular Bell & Lunch Schedule 7:20 8:50 BLOCK 1 8:50 8:55 PASSING TIME 8:55 10:35 BLOCK 2 / (with Stingtown News) 10:35 10:40 PASSING TIME 10:40 12:45 BLOCK 3 & LUNCH BUILDINGS: 1 & 5 10:40 11:10 FIRST LUNCH 11:10 11:15 PASSING TIME 11:15 12:45 BLOCK 3 BUILDINGS: 2, 3, 4, 6, & 7 10:40 12:10 BLOCK 3 12:10 12:45 SECOND LUNCH 12:45 12:50 PASSING TIME 12:50 2:20 BLOCK 4 2:20 DISMISSAL

7 Miami High School HOME ROOM DAY SCHEDULE 7:20 7:40 HOME ROOM 7:40 7:45 PASSING TIME 7:45 9:00 BLOCK 1 9:00 9:05 PASSING TIME 9:05 10:35 BLOCK 2 / (with Stingtown News) 10:35 10:40 PASSING TIME 10:40 12:45 BLOCK 3 & LUNCH BUILDINGS: 1 & 5 10:40 11:10 FIRST LUNCH 11:10 11:15 PASSING TIME 11:15 12:45 BLOCK 3 BUILDINGS: 2, 3, 4, 6, & 7 10:40 12:10 BLOCK 3 12:10 12:45 SECOND LUNCH 12:45 12:50 PASSING TIME 12:50 2:20 BLOCK 4 2:20 DISMISSAL

8 Miami High School Early Release Bell Schedule 7:20 8:20 Block 1 8:20 8:25 Passing Time 8:25 9:30 Block 2 & TV Telecast (last 5 min.) 9:30 9:35 Passing Time 9:35 11:10 Block 3 & Lunch Buildings: 1 & 5 9:35 10:05 First Lunch 10:05 10:10 Passing Time 10:10 11:10 Block 3 Buildings: 2,3,4,6, & 7 9:35 10:35 Block 3 10:35 10:40 Passing Time 10:40 11:10 Second Lunch 11:10 11:15 Passing Time 11:15 12:15 Block 4

9 M E M O R A N D U M August 11, 2014 TO: FROM: All Faculty & Staff Members Mr. Bernard O. Edwards, Assistant Principal Miami Senior High School SUBJECT: FIRE DRILLS AND CODE RED DRILLS Listed below is the 2014/2015 Fire Drill and Code Red schedule. All students and staff must exit the building according to the fire evacuation route located on the wall by the door in each classroom. Fire Drills 1. August 22, January 9, August 29, February 12, September 12, March 5, October 8, April 2, November 13, May 22, December 18, 2014 Code Red Drills 1. October 21, February 4, 2015 All students and staff should be prepared to follow the procedures in case of an emergency or a practice drill. Should you have any questions, please see me. As always, your cooperation and support is greatly appreciated. cc: Mr. Benny Valdes, Principal Assistant Principals

10 Building 2 The Asylum Miami Senior high school Map created by: Mrs. Bravo San Pedro 2014 Building 4 Building 5 1 st floor: Cafeteria 2 nd floor: Media Center Building 6 West Parking Lot East Parking Lot Building 1 Building 3 Building 7

11 Teacher Reference List for M-DCPS Board & State of Florida Rules M-DCPS School Board Rules a. Weapons, School Board Policy 1217 and 3217 b. Student Conduct and Discipline, School Board Policy 5500 c. Corporal Punishment Prohibited, School Board Policy 5610 d. Dress Code, School Board Policy 5511 e. Suspension, Board-Approved Alternatives, Expulsion, and Referral to Florida Department of Children and Families, School Board Policy 5610, School Board Policy 8462 f. Corporal Punishment and Use of Reasonable Force, School Board Policy g. Student Supervision and Welfare, School Board Policy 1213, 3213, 4213 h. Reporting Incidents, School Board Policy 8141 i. Personnel Files, School Board Policy 1590 j. Drug-Free Work Place General Policy Statement, School Board Policy 1124, 3124, 4124 k. Tobacco-Free Work Place, School Board Policy 1215, 3215, 4215, 5512, 7434 l. Health and Safety Issues, School Board Policy 8400 m.equal Access-Availability of Secondary School Facilities to Students for Meetings, School Board Policy 5730 n. Employee Assistance Program, School Board Policy , , o. Responsibilities and Duties-Permanent Full-Time Personnel, School Board Policy 1139 p. Code of Ethics and Standards of Ethical Conduct, School Board Policy 1210, , 3210, q. Violence in the Workplace, School Board Policy 1380, 3380, 4380 r. Educational Excellence School Advisory Councils, School Board Policy 2125 s. Acceptable Use Policy Internet, School Board Policy , , u. Discrimination/Harassment: Complaint Procedures for Employees, School, Board Policy , v. Assignment - Members of Same Family, School Board Policy 3130 Florida State Board of Education Administrative Rules a. Each educator must provide the principal with a copy of a current valid Florida Educator's Certificate and copies of other documentation such as Statement of Eligibility and/or college transcripts, as may be applicable (Florida State Board of Education Administrative Rule 6A ). b. Code of Ethics and the Principles of Professional Conduct for the Education Profession in Florida and the Standards of Competent Professional Performance (Florida State Board of Education Administrative Rules, 6B-1 and 6B-5). Reporting Child Abuse/Abandonment/Neglect Florida Statute requires school teachers or other school personnel to report suspected cases of child abuse. The report can be made by calling ABUSE.

12 APPENDIX C MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS EMERGENCY OPERATIONS PLAN (EOP) TEACHER S RESPONSIBILITIES Schools continue to be among the safest environments for our youth; however, potentially dangerous and tragic events have occurred on school campuses and within surrounding communities. Being prepared to address immediate threatening situations is key in preventing injuries to students and staff. Please ensure that students are afforded the opportunity to seek post incident counseling services. Emergency Operations Plan (EOP): Teacher Responsibilities was produced to assist instructional staff in responding effectively and expediently to critical incidents or situations that may impact the well-being of Miami-Dade County Public Schools (M-DCPS) students, faculty and staff. This document will provide teachers guidance in responding to events that may potentially impact student safety and security. BOMB THREAT Notify an administrator of the threats. Do NOT touch, prod, or move any suspicious object or package. Follow orders for personal safety as directed by the administrator or designee in charge and emergency response personnel. Do NOT use cell phone, hand radio or public address system. If directed by the Administrator or designee in charge, calmly request your students to leave the classroom in an orderly manner and follow you to a temporary site of safety that is supervised by M-DCPS personnel. Be sure to take your grade book with you. Follow orders for personal safety as directed by the administrator and emergency response personnel. EVACUATION OF STUDENTS/STAFF FROM BUILDING Implement immediate evacuation of students upon notification to evacuate. Designate someone to hold the main exit door open until all persons in the class have evacuated. Continue this procedure until the classroom is clear. Take the class list or grade book with you. Check classrooms thoroughly (restrooms, closets, etc). Determine that all students have cleared the rooms. Supervise students enroute to designated assembly point. Make a roll call check at the assembly point. Report anyone missing to the principal. Follow orders for personal safety as directed by the administrator and emergency response personnel. HAZARDOUS CHEMICAL MATERIALS SPILLS/GAS LEAKS INSIDE THE CLASSROOM/SCHOOL Notify an administrator. Evacuate the area immediately. Verify that all students have exited room. Turn off gas valve, air conditioning and ventilation systems, if located in your room (if applicable). Remove student(s) who may be unconscious or overcome by exposure to chemical substance or gas. Close door(s) as you exit and take the class list or grade book with you. Do not attempt to fix gas leaks or clean up chemical spills. OUTSIDE THE BUILDING/COMMUNITY- BASED Follow orders for personal safety as directed by the administrator or emergency response personnel. As directed, shut off air conditioning system and all outside air ventilators; close windows. Ensure that all students are in the classroom and that they remain there, pending further instructions. 1 EOP Teacher s Responsibilities

13 Direct students to quietly remain in their seats. HOMICIDAL THREAT Remain calm and non-judgmental. Assess immediate danger; if student or intruder is armed or agitated do NOT approach or make any sudden movements. Notify the main office, when it is safe to do so. Follow orders for personal safety as directed by the administrator and emergency response personnel. Forward any written evidence of the threat to the school administrator, when it is safe to do so. HOSTAGE SITUATION Remain calm and non-judgmental. Do NOT attempt to defuse the situation. This is a police function. Do NOT agitate or anger the perpetrator. Do NOT make any sudden movements. Follow orders for personal safety as directed by the administrator and emergency response personnel. LOCK DOWN PROCEDURE Immediately close and lock classroom doors and windows. Direct all individuals away from doors and windows. Staff and students located in open areas (non classroom areas) should immediately report to nearest secured area. Teachers and staff not assigned to a classroom site during the lock down will direct students in open areas to the nearest secured area and then seek shelter. Cellular phone use will be limited to the reporting of emergency information, otherwise all audio-visual equipment including computer and cell phone technology should not be used until all clear announcement is made. All staff and students remain in LOCK DOWN mode until ALL CLEAR announcement is made. Follow orders for personal safety as directed by the administrator and emergency response personnel. NUCLEAR EXPLOSION/RELEASE Remain in your classroom until authorized to leave by the administrator or emergency response personnel. Shut down air conditioners and fans; close doors, windows, and other openings. Follow directions given by the administrator and emergency response personnel. SEVERE WEATHER: ELECTRICAL STORM CLASSROOM Stay indoors and do not venture outside unless absolutely necessary. Stay away from open doors and windows, metal objects, electrical appliances, and plumbing until the storm has passed. Unplug TV sets, other electrical equipment, and appliances to the extent possible. Follow orders for personal safety as directed by the administrator and emergency response personnel. SCHOOL GROUNDS Get out of open areas and into an enclosed building. Do NOT seek shelter under trees or close to wire fences, playground equipment, or shelters located in exposed locations. SEVERE WEATHER: HURRICANE WATCH/WARNING To the extent possible, turn off all gas and electrical appliances, except as required in designated emergency shelters. Store all books, papers, and other equipment as far as possible from all windows or areas subject to damage or entry of water. Store these items above the floor to protect them from water damage due to minor flooding. Move audiovisual, computer and business machine equipment to a secure location. If equipment cannot be moved, cover with plastic to protect from water damage. Take the class list or grade book with you. 2 EOP Teacher s Responsibilities

14 SEVERE WEATHER: TORNADO WATCH/WARNING Follow orders for personal safety as directed by the administrator and emergency response personnel. Be prepared to move students housed in relocatables and trailers into interior corridors of permanent buildings. Be prepared to move persons housed in multi-story buildings to lower floors and interior corridors, particularly to corners, space permitting. Refrain from placing persons in large areas that have a wide roof span. Instruct persons to seek cover where floors and walls meet and to place themselves in a protected position with their heads and faces covered by their hands and arms. Keep inside doors that lead into corridors unlocked. Exterior doors must not be chained or locked from the inside. Close window and outside doors on all sides of a building. Where there are no permanent buildings in which to find shelter, occupants should lie down under tables/desks in a fetal position and cover their hands and faces with their arms and hands. SEVERE WEATHER: TORNADO STRIKE/AFTERMATH Follow orders for personal safety as directed by the administrator and emergency response personnel. Report any medical emergencies and other injuries to the main office. Conduct an attendance count to ensure all students are accounted for. SHOOTING/STABBING Direct students to take appropriate protective action(s), such as take cover, lie flat, remain calm, and evacuate to nearest secure site, if appropriate. Keep students away from windows and doors, if the event is occurring outside of the classroom. Report the incident and any medical emergencies or injuries to the main office, when it is safe to do so. Do NOT touch weapon, tamper with evidence, clean or decontaminate incident site. Follow orders for personal safety as directed by the administrator and emergency response personnel. SUICIDE ATTEMPT (in classroom) Contact main office immediately and report nature of medical emergency. Direct classroom students to exit room and relocate to alternate location. Stay with student until assistance arrives. Gather all information that will assist emergency response personnel. Do NOT touch or move weapon or substance involved in the attempt unless absolutely necessary. Do NOT tamper with evidence, clean or decontaminate incident site. SUICIDE (in classroom) Report the incident to the main office. Calmly direct your students to exit the classroom and report directly to the nearest supervised classroom site. Students should remain at such site until further direction is given. Stay with deceased student until assistance arrives. Do NOT touch or move weapon or substance involved in the attempt unless absolutely necessary. Do NOT tamper with evidence, clean or decontaminate incident site. Follow the directions of the administrator and emergency response personnel. SUICIDE (off campus) Report information to the administrator. SUICIDAL THREAT Remain calm and non-judgmental. Contact the main office as soon as it is safe to do so. If the student is armed or in a precarious position, do NOT approach or agitate. Alert the main office to the presence of any weapons/instruments possessed by the suicidal student. Do not leave the suicidal student alone. Immediately contact school counseling professional. 3 EOP Teacher s Responsibilities

15 Appendix A INCIDENT REPORTING 1. All work location administrators have the responsibility of reporting all critical incidents to COPS and the appropriate Regional Center. If any incident requires immediate medical or police response, 911 should be called first. Once COPS is called the appropriate District Critical Incident Response Team member will respond. 2. All work location administrators are required to complete an incident report. Miami-Dade County Public Schools (M-DCPS) employees can enter on-line information about non-critical and critical incidents through Automated Incident Reporting System (AIRS) which has replaced form FM The description of the incident should be brief. However, it should provide enough information to identify what occurred and all parties involved. If an arrest has taken place, the charges and case number should be reported and the incident should be categorized as critical. 3. Incidents to be reported will include, but are not limited to the following: a. Those that require a police, fire rescue, and/or any other type of investigative agency response. b. The hospitalization of student or staff c. Incidents that are newsworthy d. Serious disturbances involving injury or a weapon e. Civil disturbances f. Shootings that involve students on or off campus g. Incidents that are sex related h. Possible sighting of sexual predator i. Major fires, and/or bomb threat j. Missing persons k. Major acts of vandalism l. Infectious diseases m. Car and/or bus accidents n. Any major incidents that threaten the safety of students, staff, and/or the facility o. Lockdowns 4. If the school information changes after the report has been called in, the school staff is responsible for reporting the updated information as soon as it is discovered to District and Regional Center staff. 5. District and Regional Center staff is available to receive incident reports from 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday. Should an incident occur after 1

16 4:00 p.m. or on the weekend, the work location administrator or designee is responsible for reporting information to the Division of Safety, Energy, Communications, and Fiscal Management at Should you need assistance additional information regarding incident reports, you may contact Dr. Frederic E. Conde, Administrative Director, District/School Operations, at or Ms. Cassandra A. Green, Instructional Supervisor, District/School Operations, at Any other information regarding critical incidents on the District Critical Incident Response Team should be directed to Mr. Mark E. Zaher, Director, School Operations/Special Programs, at

17 PAYROLL PROCESSING SCHEDULE FISCAL YEAR This important Schedule should be kept for future reference throughout the fiscal year, and a copy given to every staff member involved in the payroll function at your location. The following will assist you in utilizing the Payroll Processing Schedule: SAP PAY PERIOD #: This column indicates the pay period number for SAP payroll reporting purposes. On the Report Time screen, the Payroll Period is indicated in the first section. You may change the date range by entering a different Period number, and therefore, report time for a different pay period. PAY PERIOD From - Thru: This column indicates the period being paid. The payroll periods for the District begin on a Friday and end on a Thursday. DAILY PAYROLL ATTENDANCE SHEETS AVAILABLE TO PRINT: Please note availability dates and be sure to print your Payroll Attendance (Sign-In) Sheets on time! INPUT SCREENS AVAILABLE ON-LINE TO INPUT TIME: Please note availability dates to start inputting payroll information. FINAL ROSTERS APPROVED: This column has been highlighted! This is the deadline date by which all work locations must approve their payroll. PAY DATE: This column indicates the date of the pay check or advice (direct deposit). ****************************************************************************************************************** The remainder columns are either self-explanatory, or for internal use. For information on optional (opt) days during the school year, please refer to the School Calendar. Additional important leave accrual information: Please be reminded that in SAP, the accrual period for sick and/or vacation leave is a calendar month. Leave quotas are calculated and accumulated on the LAST DAY of the calendar month. At the end of each calendar month, full-time employees that receive payment for eleven days or more during that calendar month will earn one (1) sick day. NOTE: Since four (4) days are credited in the first month of the fiscal year, no additional days are credited after the seventh accrual month for 10-Month employees and after the eighth accrual month for 12-Month employees. At the end of each calendar month, full-time 12-month employees that receive payment for eleven days or more during that calendar month will earn one (1) vacation accrual. NOTE: Those employees with vacation days reaching maximum accrual balance, must use vacation days on or before the LAST WORK DAY of the calendar month, in order not to lose the accrual for that month. The leave accruals are stated in the collective bargaining agreements.

18 SAP PAY PERIOD # PAY PERIOD From - Thru STANDARD DAYS IN PAY PERIOD PAYROLL PROCESSING SCHEDULE FISCAL YEAR DAILY ATTENDANCE SHEETS AVAILABLE TO PRINT INPUT SCREENS AVAILABLE ON-LINE TO INPUT TIME FINAL ROSTERS APPROVED BY 2:00 P.M. TIME TRANSFER & PAYROLL PROCESS BEGINS 14 06/20-07/ /16 6/20 7/2 ** 7/2 7/ /04-07/ /30 7/7 7/17 7/17 7/25 P A Y D A T E REMARKS Approve one (1) day early due to July 4th 16 07/18-07/ /14 7/18 7/31 7/31 8/ /01-08/14 10* 7/28 8/1 8/14 8/14 8/ /15-08/28 10* 8/11 8/15 8/27 ** 8/27 9/ /29-09/ /25 8/29 9/11 9/11 9/19 Approve one (1) day early due to Labor Day 20 09/12-09/ /8 9/12 9/25 9/25 10/ /26-10/ /22 9/26 10/9 10/9 10/ /10-10/ /6 10/10 10/23 10/23 10/ /24-11/ /20 10/24 11/5 ** 11/5 11/ /07-11/ /3 11/7 11/18 ** 11/18 11/ /21-12/ /17 11/21 12/2 ** 12/2 12/ /05-12/ /1 12/5 12/11 ** 12/11 12/ /19-01/ /15 12/15 12/18 ** 12/18 1/9 2 01/02-01/ /19 1/5 1/14 ** 1/14 1/ /16-01/ /12 1/16 1/29 1/29 2/6 4 01/30-02/ /26 1/30 2/11 ** 2/11 2/ /13-02/ /9 2/13 2/26 2/26 3/6 6 02/27-03/ /23 2/27 3/12 3/12 3/ /13-03/ /9 3/13 3/19 ** 3/19 4/3 8 03/27-04/ /20 3/30 4/9 4/9 4/17 Approve one (1) day early due to Veteran's Day Approve two (2) days early due to Thanksgiving Approve two (2) days early due to Winter Recess Approve five (5) days early due to Winter Recess Approve ten (10) days early due to Winter Recess Approve one (1) day early due to Martin Luther King Day Approve one (1) day early due to President's Day Approve five (5) days early due to Spring Recess 9 04/10-04/ /6 4/10 4/23 4/23 5/ /24-05/ /20 4/24 5/7 5/7 5/ /08-05/ /4 5/8 5/20 ** 5/20 5/ /22-06/ /18 5/22 6/4 6/4 6/12 Approve one (1) day early due to Memorial Day 13 06/05-06/18 10* 6/1 6/5 6/18 6/18 6/ /19-07/ /15 6/19 7/1 ** 7/1 7/ /03-07/ /29 7/3 7/16 7/16 7/24 * Days may vary depending on type of employees. ** Indicates EARLY PAYROLL APPROVAL REQUIRED! IMPORTANT NOTE: Payroll for Drivers/Bus Aides (at Transportation Centers) must be approved by 4:30 P.M. Approve one (1) day early due to July 4th FM-4643 Rev. (04-14)

19 ( ELECTRONIC GRADEBOOK Attendance Procedures The codes to be used when entering attendance in the electronic gradebook are listed below. Code Description. Attendance Weight A2 Excused Absence - Block Schedule 2 U2 Unexcused Absence- Block Schedule 2 T Excused Tardy 1 TU Unexcused Tardy 1 ENT Entered Class 0 WD Withdrawn from Class 0 NS No Show (only at beginning of year) 0 ( Attendance is to be entered no later than 9:00A.M. Gradebook Resources The Teacher Reference Guide and Gradebook Training Videos are available at

20 THE SCHOOL BOARD OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA ADHERES TO A POLICY OF NONDISCRIMINATION IN THE EDUCATIONAL AND WORK ENVIRONMENT DISCRIMINATION / HARASSMENT It is the policy of the School Board that all students and employees be treated with respect. The School Board affirmatively strives to provide a workplace and educational environment free from discrimination and harassment (including sexual harassment), as required by law. Through this policy, the School Board establishes its intent to provide equal access, opportunity, and treatment to students in the provision of educational programs and activities and to applicants and employees in all aspects of employment. Slurs, innuendos, hostile treatment, violence, or verbal or physical conduct against a student or employee reflecting on his/her race, ethnic or national origin, gender or any other of the categories described below, will NOT be tolerated by the School Board. The School Board Policy Covers the Following Protected Categories: AGE - This category prevents denial of employment and/or educational opportunities because of a person s age. COLOR - This category prevents denial and/or educational opportunities because of a person s skin tone. Color discrimination can occur within the same race; for example someone who has a darker complexion may discriminate against someone that has a lighter complexion. GENDER - This category prevents denial of employment and/or educational opportunities because of a person s gender or sex. GENDER IDENTITY - This category prevents denial of employment and/or educational opportunities because of a person s gender-related identity, appearance, expression or behavior, regardless of the individual s assigned sex at birth. GENETIC INFORMATION (GINA) - This category prevents denial of equal employment and/or harassment because of a person s genetic information; it ensures that individuals are not treated differently because of genetic information. LINGUISTIC PREFERENCE - This category prevents denial of employment and/or educational opportunities because of the language a person speaks. MARITAL STATUS - This category prevents denial of employment and/or educational opportunities because of a person s marital status; i.e. single, married, widowed, or divorced. POLITICAL BELIEFS - This category prevents denial of employment and/or educational opportunities because of a person s support and/or affiliation or lack thereof with a particular political party. DISABILITY - This category prevents denial of employment and/or PREGNANCY - This category prevents denial of employment and/or educational opportunities because of a person has, or is perceived to have a educational opportunities for women who are pregnant. permanent impairment that substantially limits or prevents a major life activity; for example: walking, seeing, hearing, talking, sitting, or standing. RACE - This category prevents denial of employment and/or educational opportunities because of a person s race. The five federally recognized racial ETHNIC / NATIONAL ORIGIN - This category prevents denial of categories are American Indian or Alaskan Native, Asian, Black or African employment and/or educational opportunities because of a person s ancestors American, Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander, and White. Persons from a mixed place of origin; or because an individual has the physical, cultural or linguistic racial backgrounds do not need to prove their exact heritage in order to assert that characteristics of a particular group. they have been discriminated against based on race. Likewise, this category covers persons being discriminated against because they are married to persons of a different race other than their own. RELIGION - This category prevents denial of employment and/or educational opportunities because of a person s sincerely held religious beliefs. SEX - This category prevents denial of equal employment and/or educational opportunities because of a person s male or female gender. SEXUAL ORIENTATION - This category prevents denial of equal employment and/or educational opportunities because a person is, or is perceived to be, lesbian, gay, bisexual, or heterosexual. SOCIAL AND FAMILY BACKGROUND - This category prevents denial of employment and/or educational opportunities because of a person s socioeconomic, family and/or educational background. Sexual Harassment will NOT be tolerated. TITLE IX OF THE EDUCATION AMENDMENTS OF 1972 PROHIBITS SEXUAL HARASSMENT WHICH INCLUDES: UNWELCOME SEXUAL ADVANCES; REQUESTS FOR SEXUAL FAVORS; AND OTHER VERBAL OR PHYSICAL CONDUCT OF A SEXUAL NATURE, WHEN: Submission to such conduct is made, either explicitly or implicitly, a term or condition of employment or participation in an educational program; Submission to or rejection of such conduct by an individual is used as the basis for employment or educational decisions affecting such individual; or Such conduct has the purpose of effect of unreasonably interfering with an individual s work or academic performance or creating an intimidating, hostile, or offensive working or educational environment. Unwelcome verbal or physical sexual conduct must be either severe or pervasive. RETALIATION AGAINST A STUDENT OR EMPLOYEE WHO FILES A COMPLAINT IS PROHIBITED BY LAW Retaliation occurs when an employer takes an adverse action against an employee because he or she engaged in a protected activity, such as complaining about discrimination or threatening to file a charge of discrimination. An employee cannot file a complaint of retaliation unless he/she has filed a charge of discrimination, participated in an investigation or opposed an unlawful employment practice. For additional information about Title IX or any other discrimination/harassment concerns contact: Office of Civil Rights Compliance (CRC) Executive Director/Title IX Coordinator 155 N.E. 15th Street, Suite P104E Miami, Florida Phone: (305) TDD: (305) Website: For information on Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 or any other student disability concerns contact: Division of Exceptional Student Education 504 Coordinator 1501 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Suite 409 Miami, Florida Phone: (305) TDD: (305) Website: Rev: 07/2014

21 LA JUNTA ESCOLAR DEL CONDADO MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA SIGUE UNA POLÍTICA ANTIDISCRIMINATORIA EN LOS AMBIENTES EDUCACIONALES Y LABORALES DISCRIMINACIÓN / ACOSO La Junta Escolar tiene como política el que todos sus estudiantes y empleados sean tratados con respeto. La Junta Escolar, según lo requiere la ley, se esfuerza afirmativamente en proporcionar un lugar de trabajo y un ambiente educacional libre de toda discriminación y acoso (inclusive del acoso sexual). Por medio de esta política, la Junta Escolar afirma su intención de proporcionar el mismo acceso, oportunidad y tratamiento a los estudiantes que están bajo la provisión de programas educacionales y actividades y a los aspirantes y empleados en todos los aspectos del trabajo. La Junta Escolar NO tolerará difamaciones, insinuaciones, tratamiento hostil, violencia, o conducta verbal o física en contra de un estudiante o empleado por motivo de su raza, origen étnico o lugar de origen, sexo o cualquier otra categoría como se describe a continuación. La política oficial de la Junta Escolar comprende y ampara las siguientes categorías: EDAD - Esta categoría impide que se niegue empleo y/o oportunidades educacionales por la edad de la persona. COLOR - Esta categoría impide que se niegue empleo y/o oportunidades educacionales por el color de la piel de una persona. La discriminación basada en el color puede ocurrir dentro de la misma raza; por ejemplo alguien con una tez más obscura puede discriminar contra alguien que tiene una piel más clara. DISCAPACIDAD - Esta categoría impide que se niegue empleo y/o oportunidades educacionales debido a que una persona tiene, o se percibe que tiene un impedimento físico que es permanente que substancialmente limita o previene actividades importantes de la vida, por ejemplo: caminar, ver, oír, hablar, poderse sentar o poderse parar. ETNIA/NACIONALIDAD - Esta categoría impide que se niegue empleo y/o oportunidades educacionales por los antepasados de la persona, lugar de origen o porque un individuo tiene la apariencia física, cultural o las características lingüística particulares de un grupo específico. GÉNERO - Esta categoría impide que se niegue empleo u oportunidades educacionales basados en el género de la persona. IDENTIDAD DE GÉNERO - Esta categoría impide que se niegue empleo y/o oportunidades educacionales debido a las actividades relacionadas con la identidad sexual de la persona, apariencia, expresión o comportamiento, sin importar el género del individuo al nacer. INFORMACIÓN GENÉTICA (GINA) - Esta categoría impide que se niegue empleo y/o oportunidades educacionales debido a la información genética de la persona; garantiza que las personas no reciban un trato diferente debido a la información genética. PREFERENCIAS LINGÜÍSTICAS - Esta categoría impide que se niegue empleo y/o oportunidades educacionales debido al idioma que habla una persona. ESTADO CIVIL - Esta categoría impide que se niegue empleo y/o oportunidades educacionales debido al estado civil de una persona; por ejemplo, si es soltero o soltera, casado o casada, viudo o viuda o si es divorciado o divorciada. CREENCIAS POLÍTICAS - Esta categoría impide que se niegue empleo y/o oportunidades educacionales debido al apoyo y/o la afiliación o falta de éstos de un grupo político particular. EMBARAZO - Esta categoría impide que se niegue empleo y/o oportunidades educacionales a las mujeres porque estén embarazadas. GRUPOS ÉTNICOS - Esta categoría impide que se niegue empleo y/o oportunidades educacionales debido a la raza de una persona. Las cinco categorías raciales federalmente reconocidas son: indio americano o nativo de Alaska, asiático, negro o afroamericano, hawaiano u otro isleño del Pacífico y blanco. Personas que descienden de una liga étnica no necesitan probar su herencia exacta para hacer valer que han sido discriminados basados en su raza. Además esta categoría cubre personas que están siendo discriminadas porque están casadas con personas de un grupo étnico diferente al de ellos. RELIGIÓN - Esta categoría impide que se niegue empleo y/o oportunidades educacionales por las creencias religiosas que una persona sinceramente profese. SEXO - Esta categoría impide que se niegue empleo u oportunidades educacionales basados en el sexo masculino o femenino de la persona. ORIENTACIÓN SEXUAL - Esta categoría impide que se niegue empleo y/o oportunidades educacionales debido a que una persona, sea o aparenta ser, homosexual, bisexual o heterosexual. ANTECEDENTES SOCIALES Y FAMILIARES - Esta categoría impide que se niegue empleo y/o oportunidades educacionales por los antecedentes socioeconómicos, familiares y/o educacionales de una persona. El acoso Sexual NO será permitido LAS ENMIENDAS DE 1972 AL PROGRAMA DE EDUCACIÓN DE TÍTULO IX PROHÍBE EL ACOSO SEXUAL QUE INCLUYE: AVANCES SEXUALES NO DESEADOS; PETICIONES DE FAVORES SEXUALES Y CUALQUIER OTRA CONDUCTA VERBAL O FÍSICA QUE SEA DE NATURALEZA SEXUAL CUANDO: Se hacen proposiciones de naturaleza sexual; tanto explícito como implícito, término o condición de empleo o para permitir la participación en un programa educacional; si las bases para proporcionar un empleo o decisiones educacionales que afectan al individuo se basan en la aceptación o en el rechazo de dicha conducta; o que dicha conducta tenga el propósito o el efecto de interferir irracionalmente con el trabajo o los logros académicos de un individuo o creando un ambiente de intimidación, hostil u ofensivo tanto en el centro de trabajo como en el educacional. Conducta sexual que no es bien recibida tanto verbal como física debe ser severa o aguda. LA LEY PROHÍBE LAS REPRESALIAS CONTRA UN ESTUDIANTE O EMPLEADO QUE HAYA PRESENTADO UNA DENUNCIA La represalia ocurre cuando un empleador toma una acción que es adversa a un empleado porque éste o ésta ha tomado parte en una actividad protegida, tal como protestar de discriminación o hacer amenazas de presentar una petición por discriminación. Un empleado no puede presentar una petición por discriminación si él o ella no ha presentado con anterioridad una denuncia de discriminación, ha participado en una investigación o está en contra de una práctica laboral ilegal. Para más información acerca del programa de Título IX o sobre cualquier inquietud que tuviese en cuanto a la discriminación y el acoso, comuníquese con: Office of Civil Rights Compliance (CRC) Executive Director/Title IX Coordinator 155 N.E. 15th Street, Suite P104E Miami, Florida Telefóno: (305) TDD: (305) Correo electrónico: Página web : Para más información acerca del Artículo 504 de la Ley de Rehabilitación de 1973 o cualquier otra inquietud que tuviese sobre la discapacidad de un estudiante, por favor, comuníquese con: Division of Exceptional Student Education 504 Coordinator 1501 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Suite 409 Miami, Florida Telefóno: (305) TDD: (305) Correo electrónico: Página web : Rev: 07/2014

22 KOMISYON KONSÈY LEKÒL MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA SUIV RÈG SANDISKRIMINASYON NAN ANVIWÒNMAN EDIKASYONÈL AK ANPLWA DISKRIMINASYON / ARASMAN Se règ Komisyon Konsèy Lekòl la pou yo trete tout elèv e anplwaye avèk respè. Komisyon Konsèy Lekòl la reyèlman eseye ofri yon anviwònman travay e edikasyonèl ki pa gen diskriminasyon ak arasman (ki gen ladan arasman seksyèl), jan lalwa mande l. Atravè règ sa a, Komisyon Konsèy Lekòl la etabli entansyon li pou ofri aksè, opòtinite, ak tretman egal bay elèv ki nan pwovizyon pwogram ak aktivite edikasyonèl pou aplikan e anplwaye nan tout aspè anplwa. Komisyon Konsèy Lekòl la PAP tolere denigreman, entimidasyon, tretman agresif, vyolans, oubyen konpòtman fizik oubyen vèbal kont yon elèv oubyen anplwaye ki reflete ras li, orijin etnik oubyen nasyonal, sèks oubyen nenpòt nan kategori yo dekri anba yo. Règ Komisyon Konsèy Lekòl la Kouvri Kategori Pwoteje K ap Suiv yo: LAJ - Kategori sa a entèdi yo refize yon moun travay e/oubyen opòtinite edikasyonèl akoz laj li. KOULÈ - Kategori sa a entèdi yo refize yon moun travay e/oubyen opòtinite edikasyonèl akoz koulè po li. Diskriminasyon koulè ka rive anndan menm ras la; pa egzanp yon moun ki pi fonse ka diskrimine kont yon moun ki pi klè. ANDIKAP - Kategori sa a entèdi yo refize yon moun travay e/ oubyen opòtinite edikasyonèl akoz moun nan genyen, oubyen yo panse li genyen yon andikap pèmanan ki trè limite oubyen anpeche yon gwo aktivite lavi; pa egzanp: mache, wè, tande, pale, chita, oubyen kanpe. ORIJIN ETNIK / NASYONAL - Kategori sa a entèdi yo refize yon moun travay e/oubyen opòtinite edikasyonèl akoz kote zansèt moun nan soti; oubyen akoz moun nan genyen karakteristik fizik, kiltirèl oubyen lengwistik yon gwoup patikilye. SÈKS - Kategori sa a entèdi yo refize yon moun travay e/oubyen opòtinite edikasyonèl akoz sèks li. IDANTITE SEKSYÈL Kategori sa a entèdi yo refize yon moun travay e/oubyen opòtinite edikasyonèl akoz idantite ki gen rapò ak sèks, aparans, ekspresyon oubyen konpòtman li, kèlkeswa sèks li te genyen lè ti te fèt. GENETIC INFORMATION (GINA) (ENFÒMASYON JENETIK) - Kategori sa a entèdi yo refize anplwa egal e/oubyen arasman akoz enfòmasyon jenetik yon moun; li asire yo pa trete moun diferamman akoz enfòmasyon jenetik. PREFERANS LENGWISTIK - Kategori sa a entèdi yo bay yon moun travay e/oubyen opòtnite edikasyonèl akoz lang li pale. Yo PAP Tolere Arasman Seksyèl. KONDISYON MARITAL - Kategori sa a entèdi yo refize yon moun travay e/oubyen opòtinite edikasyonèl akoz kondisyon marital li; sètadi, selibatè, marye, vèf, oubyen divòse. IDEYOLOJI POLITIK - Kategori sa a entèdi yo refize yon moun travay e/oubyen opòtinite edikasyonèl akoz sipò e/oubyen afilyasyon li oubyen li pa manm yon pati politik an patikilye. GWOSÈS - Kategori sa a anpeche yo refize fi ki ansent travay e/ oubyen opòtinite edikasyonèl. RAS - Kategori sa a entèdi yo refize yon moun travay e/oubyen opòtinite edikasyonèl akoz ras li. Senk kategori yo rekonèt federalman yo se Endyen Ameriken oubyen Natif Alaska, Azyatik, Nwa oubyen Afriken Ameriken, Awayen oubyen lòt moun ki soti nan Zile Pasifik, ak Blan. Moun ki soti nan ras melanje pa bezwen pwouve eritaj egzak yo pou yo ka afime yo diskrimine kont yo sou baz ras. Konsa tou, kategori sa a kouvri moun y ap diskrimine kont yo akoz yo marye avèk moun ki diferan ras ak yo. RELIJYON Kategori sa a entèdi yo refize yon moun travay e/ oubyen opòtinite edikasyonèl akoz li sensè ak kwayans relijye li. SÈKS - Kategori sa a entèdi yo refize anplwa egal e/oubyen opòtinite edikasyonèl akoz yon moun se fi oubyen gason. ORYANTASYON SEKSYÈL - Kategori sa a entèdi yo refize anplwa egal e/oubyen opòtinite edikasyonèl akoz yon moun se oubyen yo pèsevwa li kòm yon madivinèz, masisi, bi-seksyèl, oubyen etewoseksyèl. ISTWA SOSYAL AK FAMILYAL Kategori sa a entèdi yo refize yon moun travay e/oubyen opòtinite edikasyonèl akoz istwa sosyoekonomik, familyal e/oubyen istwa edikasyonèl li. AMANDMAN 1972 TILE IX SOU EDIKASYON ENTÈDI ARASMAN SEKSYÈL KI GEN LADAN: AVANS SEKSYÈL ENDEZIRAB; DEMAND POU FAVÈ SEKSYÈL; AK LÒT KONPÒTMAN VÈBAL OUBYEN FIZIK KI GEN RAPÒ AK SÈKS, LÈ: Soumèt yon moun a yon tèl konpòtman, swa ouvètman oswa endirèkteman, se yon demand oubyen kondisyon pou anplwa oubyen patisipasyon nan yon pwogram edikasyonèl; Soumèt yon moun oubyen rejè moun nan pou tèl konpòtman sèvi kòm yon baz pou anplwa oubyen desizyon edikasyonèl ki afekte moun sa a; oubyen Objektif yon tèl konpòtman afekte oubyen entèfere san rezon avèk travay oubyen pèfòmans akademik yon moun oubyen kreye yon anviwònman travay oubyen edikasyonèl ki entimidan, agresif oubyen ofansif. Konduit seksyèl endezirab vèbal oubyen fizik dwe swa sevè oswa konsiderab. LALWA ENTÈDI VANJANS KONT YON ELÈV OUBYEN YON ANPLWAYE KI POTE YO PLENT Vanjans fèt lè yon anplwayè pran yon move aksyon kont yon anplwaye paske li angaje li nan yon aktivite ki pwoteje, tankou plenyen sou diskriminasyon oubyen menase pou fè yon akizasyon diskriminasyon. Yon anplwaye pa ka pote yon plent pou fè vanjans amwenske li fè yon akizasyon diskriminasyon, li te patisipe nan yon envestigasyon oubyen li te opoze yon pratik anplwa ki ilegal. Pou plis enfòmasyon sou Title IX oubyen nenpòt lòt enkyetid sou diskriminasyon/arasman kontakte: Office of Civil Rights Compliance (CRC) Executive Director/Title IX Coordinator 155 N.E. 15 Street, Suite P104E Miami, Florida Telefòn: (305) TDD: (305) Lèt Elektwonik: Sit Entènèt: Pou plis Enfòmasyon sou Seksyon 504 Akò Reyabilitasyon 1973 oubyen sou nenpòt lòt enkyetid sou andikap elèv kontakte: Division of Exceptional Student Education 504 Coordinator 1501 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Suite 409 Miami, Florida Telefòn: (305) TDD: (305) Lèt Elektwonik: Sit Entènèt: Rev: 07/2014

23 Anti-Discrimination Policy Federal and State Laws The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida adheres to a policy of nondiscrimination in employment and educational programs/activities and strives affirmatively to provide equal opportunity for all as required by: Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, or national origin. Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 as amended - prohibits discrimination in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, or national origin. Title IX of the Education Amendments of prohibits discrimination on the basis of gender. Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967 (ADEA) as amended - prohibits discrimination on the basis of age with respect to individuals who are at least 40. The Equal Pay Act of 1963 as amended - prohibits gender discrimination in payment of wages to women and men performing substantially equal work in the same establishment. Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of prohibits discrimination against the disabled. Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) - prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities in employment, public service, public accommodations and telecommunications. The Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993 (FMLA) - requires covered employers to provide up to 12 weeks of unpaid, job-protected leave to "eligible" employees for certain family and medical reasons. The Pregnancy Discrimination Act of prohibits discrimination in employment on the basis of pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions. Florida Educational Equity Act (FEEA) - prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, gender, national origin, marital status, or handicap against a student or employee. Florida Civil Rights Act of secures for all individuals within the state freedom from discrimination because of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, handicap, or marital status. Title II of the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act of 2008 (GINA) - prohibits discrimination against employees or applicants because of genetic information. Boy Scouts of America Equal Access Act of 2002 no public school shall deny equal access to, or a fair opportunity for groups to meet on school premises or in school facilities before or after school hours, or discriminate against any group officially affiliated with Boy Scouts of America or any other youth or community group listed in Title 36 (as a patriotic society). Veterans are provided re-employment rights in accordance with P.L (Federal Law) and Section (Florida Statutes), which stipulate categorical preferences for employment. In Addition: School Board Policies 1362, 3362, 4362, and Prohibit harassment and/or discrimination against students, employees, or applicants on the basis of sex, race, color, ethnic or national origin, religion, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, political beliefs, sexual orientation, gender, gender identification, social and family background, linguistic preference, pregnancy, and any other legally prohibited basis. Retaliation for engaging in a protected activity is also prohibited. Revised: (07.14)

24 Política Antidiscriminatoria Leyes Federales y del Estado de la Florida La Junta Escolar del Condado de Miami-Dade se adhiere a una política antidiscriminatoria en el empleo y los programas/actividades educacionales y se esfuerza de manera afirmativa por proporcionar oportunidades equitativas a todos según requieren las leyes siguientes. El Título VI de la Ley de Derechos Civiles de 1964 que prohíbe la discriminación fundada en la raza, el color de la piel, la religión o la nacionalidad. El Título VII de la Ley de Derechos Civiles de 1964 según se ha enmendado que prohíbe la discriminación en el empleo fundada en la raza, el color de la piel, la religión, el sexo o la nacionalidad. El Título IX de las Enmiendas Educacionales de 1972 prohíbe la discriminación fundada en el sexo. La Ley de Discriminación en el Empleo por Causa de la Edad de 1967 (ADEA), según se ha enmendado prohíbe la discriminación fundada en la edad con respecto a personas que tienen 40 años como mínimo. La Ley de Igualdad en la Paga de 1963, según se ha enmendado, prohíbe la discriminación por sexo en el pago de salarios a las mujeres y los hombres que desempeñan sustancialmente las mismas tareas en el mismo establecimiento. El Artículo 504 de la Ley de Rehabilitación de 1973 prohíbe la discriminación de las personas discapacitadas. La Ley de Americanos con Discapacidades de 1990 (ADA) prohíbe la discriminación de contra individuos con discapacitadas en empleo, servicio público, ajustes y telecomunicaciones. La Ley de Licencias por Motivos Familiares y Médicos de 1993 (FMLA) exige que los empleadores cubiertos brinden a los empleados hasta 12 semanas de licencia sin paga, con protección del empleo para empleados elegibles, por ciertos motivos familiares y médicos. Ley de Discriminación por Embarazo de 1978, prohíbe la discriminación en el empleo fundada en el embarazo, el nacimiento de un hijo o las condiciones médicas relacionadas con los mismos. La Ley de Equidad en la Educación de la Florida (FEEA) prohíbe la discriminación de los estudiantes o empleados fundada en la raza, el sexo, la nacionalidad, el estado civil o la discapacidad. La Ley de Derechos Civiles de la Florida de 1992 garantiza a todos los individuos que estén dentro del estado se vean libres de discriminación fundada en la raza, color de la piel, religión, sexo, nacionalidad, edad, discapacidad o estado civil. La Ley de Título II de no Discriminación por Información Genética de 2008 (GINA) prohíbe la discriminación en contra de empleados o aspirantes fundada en la información genética. La Ley de Acceso Equitativo para los Boy Scouts of America de 2002 ninguna escuela pública debe negarse a ofrecer acceso equitativo o igualdad de oportunidades para que los grupos se reúnan en los edificios de la escuela o en la instalaciones escolares antes o después de las horas de clases, o que se discrimine contra cualquier grupo afiliado oficialmente con los Boy Scouts of America o cualquier otro grupo juvenil o comunitario listado en la Ley de Título 36 (como sociedad patriótica). Los veteranos tienen derechos de reempleo en virtud de P.L (Ley Federal) y el Artículo de los Estatutos de la Florida que estipulan preferencias categóricas para el empleo. Además: Las políticas de la Junta Escolar 1362, 3362, 4362 y 5517 Prohíben el acoso y la discriminación contra los estudiantes, empleados o aspirantes a empleo fundado en el sexo, raza, color, etnia, nacionalidad, religión, estado civil, discapacidad, información genética, edad, creencias políticas, orientación sexual, género, identificación de género, antecedentes sociales y familiares, preferencias lingüísticas, embarazo o cualquier otra categoría prohibida por la ley. Además, también están prohibidas cualquier tipo de represalias por participar en una actividad que esté protegida por la ley. Revised: (07.14)

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