Relations Between Other Governmental Agencies and the Schools



The Governing Board recognizes that agencies at all levels of government share its concern and responsibility for the welfare, health and safety of youth. The Board and the District staff shall take every opportunity to work cooperatively with these agencies for the benefit of our students. The Superintendent or designee shall initiate and maintain good working relationships with representatives of these agencies in order to help our schools and students make use of the resources which governmental agencies can provide.

The District may enter into agreements with other agencies which involve the exchange of funds or reciprocal services. Such agreements shall be approved by the Board and executed in writing.

Legal Reference:

Education Code
10900-10914.5 Community recreation programs
12400 Authority to receive and expend federal funds
12405 Authority to participate in federal programs
17050 Joint use of library facilities
17051 Joint use of park and recreational facilities
32000-32004 Uniform fire signals
35160 Authority of governing boards
35160.1 Broad authority of school districts
48902 Notification of law enforcement agencies (re: student violations)
48909 District attorney may give notice (re: student drug use, sale or possession)
49305 Cooperation of police and California Highway Patrol (re Safety Patrol)
49402 Contracts with city, county or local health departments
49403 Cooperation in control of communicable disease and immunization of pupils
51202 Instruction in personal and public health and safety

Elections Code
12283 Polling places: schools

Welfare and Institutions Code
828 Disclosure of information re minors by law enforcement agency
828.1 School district police department; disclosure of juvenile criminal records

First Reading: 10/11/00

Governing Board Adoption: 11/8/00

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