Contained herein are the policy statements formulated by the Board of Education of the Salamanca City Central School District. Policy is defined as a basic plan of action. It establishes limits within which freedom of judgement can be exercised.
Student Code of Conduct
Document includes students' rights and responsibilities, dress code, prohibited conduct, disciplinary procedures, visitor conduct, and expectations of parents, teachers, guidance counselors, administrators and the Board of Education.
The policies, procedures and information within these documents apply to all school issued iPads used within the Salamanca City Central School District,
as well as any other device considered by the Administration to come under this policy.
Dignity for All Students
The Dignity for All Students Act Regulation (7550R), the SCCSD policy (7550) and the Dignity Complaint Form (7550F), as approved by the Board of Education September 9, 2012.
The Comprehensive Concussion Management Regulations (7522R); Concussion Management (7522); Strategies to Prevent Concussion (7522R.1) as approved by the Board of Education September 9, 2012 and the NYSPHSAA Parents Information Sheet on concussion.
Establishes academic parameters for participation in school sponsored events such as dances, sports, field trips, plays, etc.
A Strategic Plan is used as a guide in decision making to set goals for the future direction of an organization. This document, drawn up in the summer of 2011, outlines the broad goals and objectives for the district in four areas: Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment; Character Development, School Climate and Safety; Technology; and Collaborative Relationships and Communication. Specific details on reaching these goals are developed as part of the Comprehensive District Education Plan (CDEP).
District Energy Reduction Report
An audit report from the Office of the NYS Comprtoller to determine if recently completed capital projects for the middle school/high school complex included steps to reduce overall energy consumption, and if energy consumption was indeed reduced. This audit’s results and recommendations are resources for district officials to use in effectively managing operations and in meeting the expectations of their constituents.
nySTART - New York State Testing and Accountability Reporting Tool
District Accountability and Overview Report
The Accountability and Overview Report provides enrollments, average class size, demographic factors, attendance and suspensions, teacher qualifications, and staff counts. It also provides accountability results by accountability measure and performance on accountability measures. Accountability measures at the elementary/middle level are English language arts, mathematics, and science; at the secondary level, they are English language arts, mathematics, and graduation rate.
District Comprehensive Information Report
The Comprehensive Information Report (CIR) provides annual results on Regents examinations, Regents competency tests, second language proficiency examinations, New York State English as a Second Language Achievement Tests, elementary - and middle-level social studies tests, and New York State Alternate Assessments, as well as cohort performance results in social studies and science. The CIR also provides information on high school completers and non-completers and on post-secondary plans of graduates.
Reports for each of the schools in the district can be found in the schools section: Prospect Elementary, Seneca Elementary, High School
Report Cards are in Adobe® Acrobat® PDF file format. To access them your computer system must be running Adobe® Acrobat® Reader Version 6.0 or higher. If you do not already have this program, you may wish to retrieve it now. If you are unsure if you have it, try viewing a Report Card.