JRCB Privacy and Protection of Confidential Student Information

On December 12, 2017 By Miami Yoder JT60

The Board is committed to protecting the confidentiality of student information obtained, created and/or maintained by the district. Student privacy and the district’s use of confidential student information are protected by federal and state law, including the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and the Student Data Transparency and Security Act (the Act). The…

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JRCB-R Privacy and Protection of Confidential Student Information

On December 8, 2017 By Miami Yoder JT60

(Hearing and Complaint Procedures) Contract breach by school service contract provider Within a reasonable amount of time after the district determines that a school service contract provider has committed a material breach of its contract with the district, and that such material breach involves the misuse or unauthorized release of student PII, the Board shall…

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JRCB-E Confidentiality and Non-Disclosure Addendum

On December 8, 2017 By Miami Yoder JT60

____________________, Inc. (“Vendor”) and Miami Yoder School District JT-60 (the “District”), agree that this Addendum shall supplement and supersede the _______________________ AGREEMENT dated __________, 2017 (including without limitation the provisions, if any, related to end-user licensing and student data privacy) Definition of “Data”: Data include all Personally Identifiable Information (PII) and other non-public information. Data…

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JLCDB Compassionate Administration of Therapeutic Cannabinoid Products on District Property

On November 30, 2016 By Miami Yoder JT60

The Board strives to honor families’ private medical decisions while ensuring a learning environment free of significant disruption. To accomplish these goals, the district restricts the administration of prescription medications, including cannabinoid products, during school hours unless administration cannot reasonably be accomplished outside of the school day. Administration of cannabinoid products to qualified students on…

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JRA-JRC-E-1 Student Records/Release of Information on Students

On July 25, 2014 By Miami Yoder JT60

(Notification to Parents and Students of Rights Concerning Student Education Records) The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and Colorado law afford parents/guardians (parents) and students over 18 years of age (eligible students) certain rights with respect to the student’s education records, as follows: 1. The right to inspect and review the student’s education…

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JRA-JRC-E-2 Opt-Out Form for Disclosure of Information to Military

On July 25, 2014 By Miami Yoder JT60

[ ] Do not disclose my child’s/my name, address, telephone number or directory information to any United States military recruiter. Signature of parent/guardian or student __________________________________________ Student’s name______________________________________ Date____________

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JRA-JRC-E-3 Opt-Out Form for Student Image Publishing

On July 25, 2014 By Miami Yoder JT60

Classroom activities and school events are sometimes photographed or videotaped by the school or media groups (newspaper, television, university, district public relations, etc.) In addition, the district or school may want to post articles, video or photography on district or school websites. This form applies to classroom activities and school events that are not open…

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JRA-JRC-R Student Records/Release of Information on Students

On July 25, 2014 By Miami Yoder JT60

(Review, Amendment and Hearing Procedures) In accordance with policy JRA/JRC, this regulation contains the procedures to follow when a parent or eligible student seeks to review or challenge the content of student education records. Request to Review Student Education Records 1. The parent or eligible student shall submit a written request to the principal of…

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JRCA Sharing of Student Records/Information between School District and State Agencies

On July 25, 2014 By Miami Yoder JT60

It is the Board of Education’s intention to utilize all avenues under state law to facilitate the sharing of relevant student records and information when necessary to protect the safety and welfare of school district staff, visitors, students, and the public and to protect property. The superintendent is directed to develop procedures and a training…

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JS Student Use of the Internet and Electronic Communications

On July 25, 2014 By Miami Yoder JT60

The Internet and electronic communications (email, chat rooms and other forms of electronic communication) have vast potential to support curriculum and student learning. The Board of Education believes they should be used in schools as a learning resource to educate and to inform. Use of the Internet and electronic communications require students to think critically,…

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