Oregon-Davis School Corporation
Bylaws & Policies


The School Board is concerned about the growing number of children who are not provided sufficient care, nurture, or supervision when not attending school. This has serious implications for their general well-being as well as for their ability to benefit from the school program to the extent they need or want to.

Since these children constitute a significant portion of the growing number of students who are considered "at-risk", the Board shall seek to provide appropriate programs and services for these, as well as all other students in Grades K through 6, through the use of Corporation staff and facilities.

The Superintendent shall establish administrative guidelines that will ensure:



programs and services are available to participating students after school;



the organization(s) providing these programs:



has acquired adequate liability insurance of not less than $300,000 per person and $5,000,000 per occurrence and has listed the Corporation on the policy as an insured;



is maintaining appropriate adult to child ratios of not more than 1-15;



is providing quality child care, and, in general, complying with guidelines established by the State and the Corporation;



that the contracting organization has specified the fee schedule that the organization proposes to charge parents for the use of the child care programs.


I.C. 20-26-5-2

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