SMMUSD Board of Education
Board Policies




The District is embarking on a process of reviewing and updating all its policies, administrative regulations, and related exhibits.  It was agreed that California School Boards Association Board (CSBA) policies would serve as an example for that comparative review and in November a series of workshops were conducted with appropriate staff and a consultant from CSBA to review each District Policy, administrative regulation, and exhibit along side those of CSBA and make recommended changes to the Board.  Previous revisions made to policies that reflect the specific interests of SMMUSD have not been altered (as long as those revisions are compliant with state and federal law).  Click here  for a matrix of staff recommendations for deletion and adoption of policies and administrative regulations for these articles that were sent to CSBA and produced the policies and administrative regulations listed below.

The following policies came forward for a first reading on May 14, 2009.  They returned for action at the June 25, 2009, meeting.  Members of the public had an opportunity to comment on these policies from May 15 through June 19, 2009.



The following policies came forward for a first reading on May 28, 2009.  They returned for action at the June 25, 2009, meeting.  Members of the public had an opportunity to comment on these policies from May 29 through June 25, 2009.



The following policies came forward for a first reading on July 1, 2009.  They will return for action at the August 19, 2009, meeting.  If you would like to comment on these policies, please contact Sarah Wahrenbrock in the Superintendent's Office at swahrenbrock@smmusd.org.  The public comment period for the 0000 and 1000 series will end on July 31, 2009.


The following policies came forward for a first reading on July 16, 2009.  They will return for action at the August 19, 2009, meeting.  If you would like to comment on these policies, please contact Sarah Wahrenbrock in the Superintendent's Office at swahrenbrock@smmusd.org.  The public comment period for the 0000 and 1000 series will end on August 14, 2009."