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Policies and Procedural Directives

Throughout the year, the Board of Education sets policies and district administration carries out those policies by developing procedural directives.

Glossary of Terms: We've compiled a list of key terms found in the Policies approved by the Board of Education and Procedural Directives developed by district administration. Read the Glossary of Terms >>

If you have comments or questions about policies and procedural directives, please email

Currently there are no policies available to comment on.

    Procedural Directives for Public Comment

      Policies and Procedural Directives posted in this section are made available for public comment prior to Board action. Send comments to or your Board of Education member.


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      Procedural Directives

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      Newly Revised or Approved




      APS adopted a new process for approving policies and procedural directives in Fall of 2010.  Any policy or procedural directive posted with a most recently revised date that is prior to October of 2010 cannot be guaranteed to be the most recently updated version.  All policies and procedural directives with a revision date later than October of 2010 can be considered up to date and reflective of current district practice.  If you have additional questions about the accuracy of a policy or a procedural directive based on its revision date, please contact the APS policy analyst at
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