West Virginia School Discipline Laws & Regulations: Communication of Policy

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West Virginia School Discipline Laws & Regulations: Communication of Policy

Category: Codes of Conduct
Subcategory: Communication of Policy
State: West Virginia

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LAWS

§18-2C-3. Policy prohibiting harassment, intimidation or bullying.

(e) Notice of the county board's policy shall appear in any student handbook, and in any county board publication that sets forth the comprehensive rules, procedures and standards of conduct for the school.

§18-2C-5. Policy training and education.

(b) To the extent state or federal funds are appropriated for these purposes, each school district shall:

(1) Provide training on the harassment, intimidation or bullying policy to school employees and volunteers who have direct contact with students; and

(2) Develop a process for educating students on the harassment, intimidation or bullying policy.

REGULATIONS

No relevant regulations found.

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