Policies Available Online
The Crane Union High School Student Handbook is a reference full of commonly referred to school and district policies that are important for both parents and students to be aware of.
Additionally, the full policy handbook is available online through the links below and the menu links on this websites sidebar.
- Section A-B: Board Governance
- This section contains policies that relate to the structure and foundation of the district and the organization, practices and procedures of the Board.
- Section C: General Administration
- This section contains policies that pertain to the management of the district, the administrative structure, the superintendent and policy implementation.
- Section D: Fiscal Management
- This section contains policies that cover the management of district funds.
- Section E: Support Services
- This section contains policies which cover noninstructional programs and services
- Section F: Facilities
- This section contains policies covering construction, remodeling and long-range planning.
- Section G: Personnel
- This section contains the Board’s personnel policies. This section is divided into three sections: GB, GC, GD.
- Section H: Negotiations
- This section covers policies relating to the process of negotiations. Due to Oregon law, no policies are needed in this section.
- Section I: Instruction
- This section contains policies relating to the instructional program, goals, curriculum, special education, TAG, alternative education, cocurricular/extracurricular activities, assessments and grading/credits.
- Section J: Students
- This section contains policies dealing with admission, attendance, conduct and discipline and other student matters. Most policies dealing with student activities, however, are found in Section I.
- Section K/L: Community Relations
- This section contains policies relating to relations with the general public, community organizations, public agencies and other educational organizations.
The following symbol is used on some policies:
** As used in this policy, the term parent includes legal guardian or person in a parental relationship. The status and duties of a legal guardian are defined in ORS 125.005 (4) and 125.300 - 125.325. The determination of whether an individual is acting in a parental relationship, for purposes of determining residency, depends on the evaluation of the factors listed in ORS 419B.373. The determination for other purposes depends on evaluation of those factors and a power of attorney executed pursuant to ORS 109.056. For special education students, parent also includes a surrogate parent, an adult student to whom rights have transferred and foster parent as defined in OAR 581-015-0005 (18).