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Refer to:

Policy 1422 Nondiscrimination and Equal Employment Opportunity

Policy 1422.02 Nondiscrimination Based on Genetic Information of the Employee

Policy 1622 Anti-Harassment

Policy 1630.01 FMLA Leave

Policy 2260 NonDiscrimination and Access to Equal Educational Opportunity

Policy 2261.01 Parent Participation in Title I Programs

Policy 2261.02 Title I- Parent’s Right to Know

Policy 2416 Student Privacy and Parental Access to Information

Policy 2623 - Student Assessment and Academic Intervention Services

Policy 2623.01 - Intervention

Policy 3170 - Substance Abuse

Policy 3220  - Staff Evaluation

Policy 3362  - Anti-Harassment

Policy 5310 - Health-Services

Policy 5517 - Anti-Harassment

Policy 5517.01 - Bullying and Other Forms of Aggressive Behavior

Policy 5610 - Removal, Suspension, Expulsion, and Permanent Exclusion of Students

Policy 5610.01 - Permanent Exclusion of Nondisabled Students

Policy 5610.04 - Suspension of Bus Riding/Transportation Privileges

Policy 5610.05 - Prohibition From Extra-Curricular Activities

Policy 5611 - Due Process Rights

Policy 5630.01 - Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports and Limited Use of Restraint And Seclusion

Policy 5771 - Search and Seizure

Policy 5780 - Student/Parent Rights

Policy 6700 - Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)

Policy 7217  - Weapons

Policy 7440.01 - Video Surveillance and Electronic Monitoring

Policy 8310 - Public Records

Policy 8330 - Student Records

Policy 8400 - School Safety

Policy 8420  - Emergency Situations at Schools

Policy 8510- Wellness

Policy 9130 - Public Complaints

Policy 9150 - School Visitors

Policy 9160 - Public Attendance at School Events

 

The school welcomes stakeholders to participate in the development, review, update, and implementation of the Local School Wellness policy. Please contact Grace Brown,gbrown@daytonearlycollege.org, for more information.

 

Click the link below to view our most recent Wellness Evaluation

 

No Child Left Behind- (NCLB) "Highly Qualified Teacher"

Parents certainly have a right to know who is teaching their child. On occasion, we have been asked about the professional qualifications of our teachers, such as: “Where did our teachers go to college?” “What were their majors?” or “Which graduate programs or special training have they completed?”

If you have questions like these, we have the answers. According to federal legislation – NCLB (No Child Left Behind), all schools are required to provide information on teacher qualifications to parents who ask. At DECA PREP, we work hard to recruit and hire the strongest teachers available. For example, nearly 100% meet or exceed the federal standards of being “highly qualified.” Also, many of our teachers continue each year to attend seminars, workshops and graduate classes to strengthen their teaching skills. We are proud of our teaching staff and we’ll gladly provide answers about their qualifications, training and educational background whenever asked.

To view the "Parent's Right to Know about Teacher Qualifications" document please click on the link below.

 

Parent Participation in Title I Programs-

To view this form please click on the link below.

 

 Distributing Statement on State-Prescribed Testing and Compulsory Attendance

DECA PREP, Inc. is a community school established under Chapter 3314 of the Revised Code. The school is a public school and students enrolled in and attending the school are required to take proficiency tests and other examinations prescribed by law.  In addition, there may be other requirements for students at the school that are prescribed by law. Students who have been excused from the compulsory attendance law for the purpose of home education, as defined by the Administrative Code, shall no longer be excused from that purpose upon their enrollment in a community school. For more information about this matter, contact the school administration or the Ohio Department of Education.

ORC 3314.041 Distributing statement concerning state-prescribed testing and compulsory attendance law to parents.

IDEA
Ohio Enforcement of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)
 
 
The Ohio Department of Education soon will make changes in the way it monitors, enforces and publicizes Ohio school districts’ compliance with the federal Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, which ensures a free, appropriate public education to students with disabilities. The actions result from the partial settlement of a class action lawsuit.
For details, read the legal consent order and related public notice.

Please click here to view our Child Find statement.
 

Special Education Resources

Special Education is a term used to describe specially designed instruction. This individualized instruction meets the unique needs of a child who has a disability. Special Education is a service not a place.

The special services are provided by the school system and is free of charge. Services can include instruction in the general education classroom, in the resource room, in the school community, at home, in hospitals and in institutions.

There are thirteen categories of special education as defined by the Individuals with Disabilities Act. (IDEA) In order to qualify for special education, the IEP team must determine that a child has one of the following disabilities:

  1. Autism
  2. Blindness
  3. Deafness
  4. Emotional Disturbance
  5. Hearing Impairment
  6. Intellectual Disability
  7. Multiple Disabilities

8 .Orthopedic Impairment

  1. Other Health Impairment
  2. Specific Learning Disability
  3. Speech and or Language Disability
  4. Traumatic Brain Injury
  5. Visual Impairment

In order for the IEP team to qualify a child for special education services, the team must find the child the child to have one of the thirteen categories of disabilities and it must adversely affect the child's educational performance. For more information about special education in Ohio, please click here.

 

 

 
 
 
To view the Ohio Department of Education Online Report Cards please click here!