Policies & Documents

Equity Statement

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Central Montco Technical High School does not discriminate in its education programs, activities or employment practices based on sex, color, national origin, race, sexual orientation, disability, age, religion, ancestry, political opinions or affiliations, or lawful activity in any employee organization.  Central Montco Technical High School provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. For information about your civil right and grievance procedures, contact our Equity Coordinator, Dr. Angela King (610) 277-2301 or email to aking@cmths.org.

Right to Know

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School Policies

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Section 000: Joint Operating Committee Procedures

 

000      Joint Operating Committee Policy/Procedures/Administrative Regulations

001      Name and Classification

002      Authority and Powers

003      Functions

004      Membership

006      Meetings

006.1   Attendance at Meetings via Electronic Communications

007     Policy Manual Access

011     Principles for Governance and Leadership

Section 100: Programs

100     Comprehensive Planning

101     Mission Statement

102     Academic and Vocational Standards

104     Discrimination/Title IX Sexual Harassment Affecting Staff

105     Curriculum

105.1  Review of Instructional Materials by Parents/Guardians, and Students

105.2  Exemption from Instruction

106     Planned Instruction

107     Adoption of Planned Instruction

108     Adoption of Textbooks

109     Resource Materials

110     Instructional Supplies

111     Lesson Plans

112     Career and School Counseling

115     Cooperative Education

121     Field Trips

122     Co-Curricular Activities

125     Adult Education

127     Assessment System

130     Asynchronous Work

143     Standards for Persistently Dangerous Schools

144     Standards for Victims of Violent Crimes

Section 200: Pupils

201     Admission of Students

202     Eligibility of Nonresident Students

203     Communicable Diseases

203.1  H.I.V. Infection

204     Attendance

206     Assignment to Programs

207     Confidential Communications of Students

208     Withdrawal from School

209.1  Food Allergy Management

209.2  Diabetes Management

210     Medications

210.1  Possession/Administration of Asthma Inhalers/Epinephrine Auto-Injectors

212     Reporting Student Progress

215     Promotion and Retention

216     Student Records

217     Skills Certification

218     Student Discipline  revised 6/1/22

218.1  Weapons

218.2  Terroristic Threats

218.3  Discipline of Student Convicted/Adjudicated of Sexual Assault

219     Student Complaint Process

220     Student Expression/Distribution and Posting of Materials (with attachment) revised 6/1/22

221     Dress and Grooming

222     Tobacco and Vaping Products

223     Use of Motor Vehicles

224     Care of School Property

226     Searches

227     Controlled Substances/Paraphernalia (with attachment)  revised 6/1/22

228     Student Government

229     Student Fundraising

230     Public Performance by Students

231     Social Events and Class Trips

232     Student Involvement & Decision Making

233     Suspensions and Expulsions

234     Pregnant and Married Students

235     Student Rights and Responsibilities

235.1  Surveys

236.1  Threat Assessment

237     Electronic Devices

247     Hazing

249     Bullying and Cyberbullying

252     Dating Violence

Section 300: Employees

301     Creating a Position

302     Employment of Administrative Director/Assistant Director

304     Employment of Staff

305     Employment of Substitute and Short-Term Employees

307     Student Teachers/Interns

308     Employment Contract/Joint Operating Committee Resolution

309     Assignment and Transfer

309.1  Telework

311     Reduction of Staff

312     Evaluation of Administrative Director

313     Evaluation of Employees

314     Physical Examination

314.1  HIV Infection

317     Conduct Disciplinary Procedures

317.1  Educator Misconduct

318     Attendance & Tardiness

319     Outside Activities

320     Freedom of Speech in Nonschool Settings

321     Political Activities

322     Gifts

323     Tobacco & Vaping Products

324     Personnel Files

325     Dress & Grooming

326     Complaint Process

328     Compensation Plans/Salary Schedules

330     Overtime

331     Job Related Expenses

332     Working Periods

333     Professional Development

334     Sick Leave

335     Family and Medial Leave

336     Personal Necessity Leave

337     Vacation

338     Sabbatical Leave

338.1  Compensated Professional Leave

339     Uncompensated Leave

340     Responsibility  for Student Welfare

341     Benefits for Part-time Employees

342     Jury Duty

343     Paid Holidays

347     Workers' Compensation Transitional Return-to-Work Program

351     Drug and Substance Abuse