|South-Western City School District|
|Bylaws & Policies|
1230.01 - REGULATIONS
The South-Western City Board of Education delegates to the Superintendent the function of specifying required actions and designing the detailed arrangements under which the schools will be operated. These regulations and detailed arrangements will constitute the regulations governing the schools. They must be consistent with the policies adopted by the Board of Education.
The Board of Education itself will formulate and adopt regulations only when required by law, or when the Superintendent recommends Board adoption.
CROSS REF.: 3-0800, Policy Implementation
The South-Western City Board of Education may review regulations developed by the administration to implement policy. The Board will direct the Superintendent to revise such regulations only when they are inconsistent with policies adopted by the Board or not in the best interest of the District.
Regulations need not be approved by the Board in advance of issuance except as recommended by the Superintendent or required by State law. The Board's approval of regulations will be accomplished by the same procedure established for the adoption of policies.
Before issuance, District-wide regulations will be properly titled and coded as appropriate to subject and in conformance with the codification system selected by the Board. Those officially approved by the Board will be so marked; all others appearing in the manual will be considered approved provided they are in accordance with the accompanying Board policy.
District-wide regulations will be appropriately coded and included as regulations in the South-Western City Board of Education's policy manual, which will be available at the Board offices and in each school building.
The Superintendent will devise a means for disseminating particular regulations, prior to their effective date to the staff members, students and/or members of the public who are affected by them.
CROSS REF.: 3-0703, Regulations Dissemination
2-0604, Policy Dissemination
3-0802, Board Review of Regulations (Also 2-0603.01)