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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 policy.analyst@aps.edu.

    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 policy.analyst@aps.edu or your Board of Education member.

      Policies

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      Newly Revised or Approved

      Procedural Directives

      Click to view all current procedural directives >>

      Newly Revised or Approved

       

      Disclaimer: 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 policy.analyst@aps.edu
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