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GB2 – Staff Standards of Conduct

District personnel shall maintain the highest standard of conduct and act in a mature and responsible manner at all times.  District personnel shall not engage in activities which violate federal, state or local statues and regulations or which, in any way, diminish the integrity, efficiency or discipline of the district.  Employees shall be required to comply with administratively established standards of conduct.

Albuquerque Public Schools staff shall maintain appropriate professional behavior while working with students and refrain from harassment, malicious or prejudicial treatment, or abridgement of student rights.

Employees of the Albuquerque Public Schools shall serve as positive role models for students and set good examples in conduct, manners, dress and grooming.  Employees shall be suitably attired and groomed during working hours and while attending district-sponsored events.

Administrative Position: Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources

Department Director: Executive Director of Staffing and Employee Relations

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NSBA/NEPN Classification: GBEBA

Approved: March 18, 1998
Reviewed: April 2001
Revised: January 2005
Reviewed: July 12, 2011
Revised: July 20, 2011

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