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1 ARTICLE 0 PHILOSOPHY-GOALS-OBJECTIVES (Series 0000) & COMPREHENSIVE PLANS CODE 0. Mission/History BP AR 1. Philosophy BP 2. Programs and Services BP 3. Comprehensive Plans A. Nondiscrimination in ROP Programs and Activities BP B. Comprehensive Local Plan for Special Education BP C. ROP Technology Plan BP AR D. Comprehensive Safety Plan BP AR Series Page 1 Baldy View ROP 1/14

2 Philosophy, Goals, Objectives, and Comprehensive Plans BP 0000 MISSION/HISTORY MISSION The Mission of the Baldy View Regional Occupational Program (ROP), the leader and premier provider of career-technical education, is to develop an educated and skilled workforce through the delivery of exemplary programs. HISTORY The Baldy View ROP is a California public school agency that provides career preparation programs and services. It was established in November of 1972 and is now operating under a joint powers agreement between the Chaffey Joint Union High School, Chino Valley Unified, Claremont Unified, and Upland Unified School Districts. The ROP is part of a statewide network of 73 regional occupational centers and programs which began to develop in Statewide, more than 450,000 students enroll annually in ROP courses to better prepare themselves for the world of work and advanced training. The Baldy View ROP is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. Management Resources: CSBA PUBLICATIONS Maximizing School Board Leadership: Vision, 1996 WEB SITES CSBA: Policy adopted:

3 Philosophy, Goals, Objectives, and Comprehensive Plans AR 0000 MISSION/HISTORY Career Technical Education It shall be the policy of the Baldy View Regional Occupational Program (ROP) to: 1. Support the relationship of working with the junior and senior high schools, community colleges, universities, adult schools, and private schools in the area to develop and implement career technical education opportunities that will provide, supplement and/or broaden, on an as-needed basis, the scope of currently available career preparation opportunities in the area. 2. Maintain a progressive program of career technical education opportunities currently available in the community. 3. Provide youth and adults with career guidance services aimed at successful completion of a career technical education program and placement in gainful employment. 4. Maintain an effective communication system that will inform potential students of the career preparation opportunities available through Baldy View ROP. 5. Maintain a program that will complement and articulate curriculum in the process of providing career technical education. Regulation approved:

4 Philosophy, Goals, Objectives, and Comprehensive Plans BP 0100 PHILOSOPHY Goals and Objectives It shall be the policy of the Baldy View Regional Occupational Program (ROP) to: 1. Believe all students need to meet high standards of career technical education and academic knowledge and skills. 2. Believe all students must have the ability to apply their skills to the workplace where they will be required to adapt to emerging technologies and changing societal needs. 3. Provide an integrated career technical education program that provides students with: A. the ability to analyze, think creatively, solve problems, make decisions, and apply knowledge and skills to real-life situations B. strong communication and interpersonal skills C. experience with a variety of technologies D. a flexible personal career plan based on: (1) awareness of possible career paths (2) career counseling (3) consecutive work-site learning experiences (4) an understanding of all aspects of the industry the student is preparing to enter E. Specialized skills that can lead to career entry level positions or more advanced training, certification, and/or education. F. Respect for a diversity of cultures and thoughts. G. A positive work ethic and ability to work independently or in a team H. The ability to seek out, organize, and learn new information Legal Reference EDUCATION CODE Local development of programs based on stated philosophy and goals Definition of philosophy Management Resources: CSBA PUBLICATIONS Maximizing School Board Leadership: Vision, 1996 Policy adopted:

5 Philosophy, Goals, Objectives, and Comprehensive Plans BP 0200(a) PROGRAMS AND SERVICES Baldy View Regional Occupational Program (ROP) is a California public school agency that provides career technical education and services to high school students and adults who are interested in improving their employability and preparation for higher education. The ROP offers more than 54 diverse career-specific technical courses. The ROP classes meet career and technical education needs for all students. These courses reinforce academic content standards through rigorous and relevant instruction using applied learning. The ROP classes provide opportunities for hands-on-learning with state-of-the-art equipment and/or on-the-job training in local businesses. All ROP students will demonstrate mastery of career, technical and academic standards as measured by multiple assessments. All ROP students will apply technological innovations to meet workforce requirements as measured by multiple assessments. Legal Reference: EDUCATION CODE Career technical education Career technical education facilities Pupil Retention Block Grant Targeted instructional improvement block grant Designated subjects career technical education credential Designated subjects career technical education credential Work experience education Career technical education Adult education, occupational training School-to-career initiatives California Career Resource Network Related services for students with disabilities; specially designed career technical education Approval of career technical education courses for admission to California colleges Community college economic and workforce development program GOVERNMENT CODE Joint powers agreements CODE OF REGULATIONS, TITLE Community classrooms Cooperative vocational education Regional occupational centers and programs UNITED STATES CODE, TITLE Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act of Highly qualified teachers

6 BP 0200(b) PROGRAMS AND SERVICES (continued) Legal Reference: (continued) Management Resources: CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION PUBLICATIONS State Plan for Career Technical Education Regional Occupational Centers and Programs Operations Handbook March 2008 Model Programs and Practices: Setting Standards for Regional Occupational Centers and Programs (ROCPs), rev. October 2007 Career Technical Education Framework for California Public Schools, Grades Seven Through Twelve, January 2007 California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards, Grades Seven Through Twelve, May 2005 WEB SITES CSBA: Association for Career and Technical Education: California Association of Regional Occupational Centers and Programs: California Department of Education, ROC/P: Commission on Teacher Credentialing: Policy adopted:

7 Philosophy, Goals, Objectives, and Comprehensive Plans BP 0410(a) NONDISCRIMINATION IN ROP PROGRAMS AND ACTIVITIES The Baldy View Regional Occupational Program Commission is committed to equal opportunity for all individuals in education. Baldy View Regional Occupational Program (ROP) programs and activities shall be free from discrimination based on gender, sex, race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, or the perception of one or more of such characteristics. The Commission shall promote programs which ensure that discriminatory practices are eliminated in all ROP activities. (cf Nondiscrimination in Employment) (cf Reasonable Accommodation) (cf / / Sexual Harassment) (cf Nondiscrimination/Harassment) (cf Sexual Harassment) (cf Married/Pregnant/Parenting Students) (cf Athletic Competition) (cf Career Technical Education) (cf Adult Education) ROP programs and facilities, viewed in their entirety, shall be in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Individuals with disabilities shall notify in writing the Superintendent or Program Manager if they have a disability that requires special assistance or services. Reasonable notification should be given prior to the ROP-sponsored function, program or meeting. (cf Meetings and Notices) (cf Agenda/Meeting Materials) The superintendent or designee shall notify students, parents/guardians, employees, employee organizations and applicants for admission and employment, and sources of referral for applicants about the ROP s policy on nondiscrimination. Such notification shall be included in each announcement, bulletin, catalog, application form or other recruitment materials distributed to these groups. (34 CFR 104.8, 106.9) The Superintendent or designee shall also provide information about related complaint procedures. (cf Uniform Complaint Procedures) (cf Complaints Concerning Discrimination in Employment) In compliance with law, the ROP s nondiscrimination policy shall be published in the individual's primary language to the extent practicable. (cf Parental Notifications)

8 BP 0410(b) NONDISCRIMINATION IN ROP PROGRAMS AND ACTIVITIES (continued) Legal Reference: EDUCATION CODE Prohibition of discrimination Notices to parents in language other than English GOVERNMENT CODE Definitions Rules and regulations Fair Employment and Housing Act Brown Act compliance with Americans with Disabilities Act PENAL CODE Definition of hate crime Interference with constitutional right or privilege CODE OF REGULATIONS, TITLE Nondiscrimination in elementary and secondary education programs receiving state financial assistance UNITED STATES CODE, TITLE Individuals with Disabilities in Education Act Discrimination based on sex or blindness, Title IX Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Applied Technology Act 6311 State plans 6312 Local education agency plans UNITED STATES CODE, TITLE Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 UNITED STATES CODE, TITLE d-2000d-7 Title VI, Civil Rights Act of e-2000e-17 Title VII, Civil Rights Act of 1964 as amended 2000h-2000h-6 Title IX Americans with Disabilities Act CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS, TITLE Americans with Disabilities Act Auxiliary aids and services CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS, TITLE Nondiscrimination in federal programs, effectuating Title VI Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of Discrimination on the basis of sex, effectuating Title IX, especially: Dissemination of policy Management Resources: U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, OFFICE FOR CIVIL RIGHTS PUBLICATIONS Protecting Students from Harassment and Hate Crime, January, 1999 Notice of Non-Discrimination, January, 1999 Nondiscrimination in Employment Practices in Education, August, 1991 WEB SITES CDE: Safe Schools Coalition: Pacific Disability and Business Technical Assistance Center: U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights: Policy adopted:

9 Philosophy, Goals, Objectives, and Comprehensive Plans BP 0430 COMPREHENSIVE LOCAL PLAN FOR SPECIAL EDUCATION The Baldy View Regional Occupational Program Commission desires to provide a free and appropriate public education to all individuals with disabilities who reside in participating districts and may be enrolled in the Baldy View Regional Occupational Program (ROP). The ROP will provide appropriate accommodations as described in the individualized education program (IEP) developed at the referring district for any student with disabilities who enrolls in ROP classes or programs. Before enrolling any individual with exceptional needs in ROP classes, the participating district shall notify the ROP of the students IEP. An individual with exceptional needs means a student who has been identified as eligible and receives services from a participating district under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), United States Code, Title 20, , and Education Code et seq or a participating district s student who receives accommodations and modifications under section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of The participating districts shall provide and pay for any services, accommodations or modifications required under a student's IEP or 504 plan while the student is enrolled in the ROP programs. Legal Reference: EDUCATION CODE Education for individuals with exceptional needs Definitions General provisions Procedural safeguards, including due process rights Behavioral interventions Evaluation, audits, and information CODE OF REGULATIONS, TITLE Regulations governing special education UNITED STATES CODE, TITLE Individuals with Disabilities Education Act UNITED STATES CODE, TITLE Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Section 504 UNITED STATES CODE, TITLE Americans with Disabilities Act CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS, TITLE Inspection, review and procedures for amending education records Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of Assistance to states for the education of children with disabilities, including: Due process procedures for parents and children Policy adopted:

10 Philosophy, Goals, Objectives, and Comprehensive Plans BP 0440 ROP TECHNOLOGY PLAN Baldy View Regional Occupational Program (ROP) recognizes technology can greatly enhance the instructional program as well as the efficiency of district administration. The Baldy View Regional Occupational Program Commission also realizes that careful planning is essential to ensure the successful, equitable, and cost-effective implementation of technology based materials, equipment, systems, and networks. The Superintendent or designee shall develop a plan to address the short and long term technology needs of the ROP. As a basis for the plan, the Superintendent or designee shall examine and compare the costs and benefits of various resources and shall identify the blend of technologies and level of service necessary to support the instructional program. The Superintendent or designee may appoint a technology committee to assist with the above investigations and determinations. Legal Reference: EDUCATION CODE Telecommunications standards K-12 High Speed Network grant program Computer education and resources Programs to strengthen technological skills California distance learning policy Educational technology Education technology and professional development grants Implementation of federal Enhancing Education Through Technology (EETT) grant program Instructional materials, definition Distance learning PENAL CODE 502 Computer crimes, remedies CODE OF REGULATIONS, TITLE Enhancing Education Through Technology grants UNITED STATES CODE, TITLE Enhancing Education Through Technology Act, No Child Left Behind Act, Title II, Part D UNITED STATES CODE, TITLE Universal service discounts (E-rate) CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS, TITLE Universal service support for schools, especially: Technology plan Management Resources: CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION PUBLICATIONS Education Technology Planning: A Guide for School Districts, 2001 WEB SITES CSBA: California Department of Education, Education Technology Office: California Learning Resource Network: California Technology Assistance Project: International Society for Technology in Education: Technical Support for Education Technology in Schools: Policy adopted:

11 Philosophy, Goals, Objectives, and Comprehensive Plans AR 0440 ROP TECHNOLOGY PLAN Acceptable Use of Electronic Information Resources Baldy View Regional Occupational Program (ROP) recognizes the potential educational benefits of encouraging use of electronic information resources by staff, teachers and students for educational uses related to the established goals of the organization and the established classroom curriculum. 1. All users must sign appropriate contract before gaining access to the electronic information resources. 2. All users are directly responsible for any charges, damages or illegal violations as a result of their use of the electronic information resources. 3. Students will be denied the privilege of using electronic information resources for violations of their user contract. These violations will lead to disciplinary action resulting in suspension, expulsion or prosecution when appropriate for violation of Education Code In order to maximize the educational use of electronic information resources, teachers will: a. Instruct students on the proper use and care of electronic resources. b. Provide structured lessons related to adopted curriculum. c. Directly supervise students to ensure proper educational use of electronic resources. d. Take appropriate disciplinary action to deny access of electronic resources to students who violate their user contract. Regulation approved:

12 Philosophy, Goals, Objectives, and Comprehensive Plans BP 0450(a) COMPREHENSIVE SAFETY PLAN The Baldy View Regional Occupational Program Commission recognizes students and staff have the right to a safe and secure campus where they are free from physical and psychological harm. The Commission is fully committed to maximizing campus safety and to creating a positive learning environment that includes strategies for violence prevention and high expectations for student conduct, responsible behavior, and respect for others. (cf School Accountability Report Card) (cf Conduct) (cf Positive School Climate) The Superintendent or designee shall oversee the development of an ROP comprehensive school safety plan that is applicable to each school site. (Education Code 32281) Annually the Commission shall review the comprehensive Baldy View Regional Occupational Program (ROP) and/or school safety plan(s) in order to ensure compliance with state law, commission policy, and administrative regulation. The Commission shall approve the plan at a regularly scheduled meeting. (cf Agenda/Meeting Materials) The Superintendent or designee shall ensure that an updated file of all safety-related plans and materials is readily available for inspection by the public. (Education Code 32282) (cf Access to ROP Records) By October 15 of each year, the Superintendent or designee shall notify the California Department of Education of any classroom sites that have not complied with the requirements of Education Code (Education Code 32288) (cf Uniform Complaint Procedures) Legal Reference: EDUCATION CODE Prohibition of sex discrimination Interagency School Safety Demonstration Act of School safety cadre School safety plans Safety devices School site councils and advisory committees School dress code; uniforms Rules School-adopted discipline rules School Safety and Violence Prevention Act School Safety Consolidated Competitive Grant Program Speech and other communication Violent crime

13 BP 0450(b) COMPREHENSIVE SAFETY PLAN (continued) Legal Reference: (continued) PENAL CODE Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act CALIFORNIA CONSTITUTION Article 1, Section 28(c) Right to Safe Schools CODE OF REGULATIONS, TITLE Definition, persistently dangerous schools School Community Violence Prevention Program requirements UNITED STATES CODE, TITLE Safe and Drug Free Schools and Communities, especially: 7114 Application for local educational agencies 7912 Transfers from persistently dangerous schools UNITED STATES CODE, TITLE Americans with Disabilities Act Management Resources: CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION PUBLICATIONS Safe Schools: A Planning Guide for Action, 2002 U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION PUBLICATIONS Practical Information on Crisis Planning: A Guide for Schools and Communities, January 2007 Early Warning, Timely Response: A Guide to Safe Schools, August 1998 WEB SITES CSBA: California Department of Education, Safe Schools: California Emergency Management Agency: California Seismic Safety Commission: Center for Effective Collaboration and Practice: Federal Bureau of Investigation: National Alliance for Safe Schools: National School Safety Center: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Safe and Drug Free Schools: Policy adopted:

14 Philosophy, Goals, Objectives, and Comprehensive Plans AR 0450(a) COMPREHENSIVE SAFETY PLAN Content of the Safety Plan The Baldy View Regional Occupational Program (ROP) and/or school site safety plan shall include an assessment of the current status of school crime committed on campus(es) and at ROP-related functions. (Education Code 32282) The plan also shall identify appropriate strategies and programs that will provide or maintain a high level of school safety and address the ROP s procedures for complying with existing laws related to school safety. The plan shall include the development of all of the following: (Education Code 32282) 1. Child abuse reporting procedures consistent with Penal Code (cf Child Abuse Prevention and Reporting) 2. Routine and emergency disaster procedures including, but not limited to: a. adaptations for students with disabilities in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (cf Nondiscrimination in ROP Programs and Activities) (cf Individualized Education Program) b. an earthquake emergency procedure system in accordance with Education Code (cf Emergencies and Disaster Preparedness Plan) (cf Earthquake Emergency Procedure System) c. a procedure to allow a public agency, including the American Red Cross, to use school buildings, grounds, and equipment for mass care and welfare shelters during disasters or other emergencies affecting the public health and welfare (cf Use of ROP Facilities) (cf Fire Drills and Fires) (cf Bomb Threats) (cf Emergency Schedules) (cf Transportation Safety and Emergencies) 3. Procedures to notify teachers of dangerous students pursuant to education code (cf. 4158/4258/ Employee Security)

15 AR 0450(b) COMPREHENSIVE SAFETY PLAN (continued) 4. A discrimination and harassment policy consistent with the prohibition against discrimination pursuant to Education Code (cf Uniform Complaint Procedures) (cf / / Sexual Harassment) (cf Nondiscrimination/Harassment) (cf Sexual Harassment) 5. If the school has adopted a dress code prohibiting students from wearing "gangrelated apparel" pursuant to Education Code 35183, the provisions of that dress code and the definition of "gang-related apparel" (cf Dress and Grooming) 6. Procedures for safe ingress and egress of students, parents/guardians, and employees to and from school (cf Safety) 7. A safe and orderly environment conducive to learning (cf Positive School Climate) 8. The rules and procedures on school discipline adopted pursuant to Education Code and (cf Discipline) 9. Hate crime reporting procedures (cf Hate-Motivated Behavior) Among the strategies for providing a safe environment, the school safety plan will also include: 1. Development of a positive school climate that promotes respect for diversity, personal and social responsibility, effective interpersonal and communication skills, selfesteem, anger management, and conflict resolution (cf Conflict Resolution/Peer Mediation) (cf Recognition of Religious Beliefs and Customs)

16 AR 0450(c) COMPREHENSIVE SAFETY PLAN (continued) 2. Disciplinary policies and procedures that contain prevention strategies, such as strategies to prevent bullying, hazing, and cyberbullying, as well as behavioral expectations and consequences for violations (cf Absences and Excuses) (cf Truancy) (cf Conduct) (cf Gangs) 3. Curriculum that emphasizes prevention and alternatives to violence, such as multicultural education, character/values education, media analysis skills, conflict resolution, and community service learning (cf Civic Education) (cf Service Learning/Community Service Classes) 4. Prevention and intervention strategies related to the sale or use of drugs and alcohol which shall reflect expectations for drug-free schools and support for recovering students (cf Alcohol and Other Drugs) (cf Tobacco) 5. Collaborative relationships among the city, county, community agencies, local law enforcement, the judicial system, and the schools that lead to the development of a set of common goals and community strategies for violence prevention instruction 6. Procedures for responding to the release of a pesticide or other toxic substance from properties located within one-quarter mile of the school (cf Hazardous Substances) (cf Integrated Pest Management) 7. Procedures for receiving verification from law enforcement that a violent crime has occurred on school grounds and for promptly notifying parents/guardians and employees of that crime

17 AR 0450(d) COMPREHENSIVE SAFETY PLAN (continued) 8. Assessment of the school's physical environment, including a risk management analysis and development of ground security measures such as procedures for the closing of campuses to outsiders, surveillance systems, securing the campus perimeter, protecting buildings against vandalism, and providing for a law enforcement presence on campus (cf Visitors/Outsiders) (cf Campus Security) (cf Risk Management/Insurance) (cf Vandalism and Graffiti) 9. Crisis prevention and intervention strategies, which may include the following: a. identification of possible crises that may occur, determination of necessary tasks that need to be addressed, and development of procedures relative to each crisis, including the involvement of law enforcement and other public safety agencies as appropriate (cf Disruptions) (cf Student Disturbances) b. assignment of staff members responsible for each identified task and procedure c. development of an evacuation plan based on an assessment of buildings and grounds and opportunities for students and staff to practice the evacuation plan d. coordination of communication to schools, Baldy View Regional Occupational Program commission members, parents/guardians, and the media (cf Media Relations) (cf Public Statements) e. development of a method for the reporting of violent incidents f. development of follow-up procedures that may be required after a crisis has occurred, such as counseling

18 AR 0450(e) COMPREHENSIVE SAFETY PLAN (continued) 10. Staff development in violence prevention and intervention techniques, including preparation to implement the elements of the safety plan (cf. 4131/4231/ Staff Development) Regulation approved:

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