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Ars†15-102 parental involvement in the school; definition (2010)

The Governing Board, in consultation with parents, teachers, and administrators, shall develop and adopt a policy to promote parental involvement in the schools which includes:


  1. A plan for parent participation in the schools which is designed to improve parent and teacher cooperation in such areas as homework, attendance and discipline.
  2. Procedures by which parents may learn about the course of study for their children and review learning materials.
  3. Procedures by which parents who object to any learning materials or activity, on the basis that it is harmful, may withdraw their children from the activity or from the class or program in which the material is used. Objections to a learning material or activity on the basis that it is harmful include objection to a material or activity because it questions beliefs or practices in sex, morality or religion.
  4. Procedures to prohibit a school district from providing sex education instruction to a pupil unless the pupil’s parent provides written permission for the child to participate.
  5. Procedures by which parents will be notified in advance of and given the opportunity to withdraw their children from any instruction regarding sexuality in courses other than formal sex education curricula.
  6. Procedures by which parents may learn about the nature and purpose of clubs and activities that are part of the school curriculum including extracurricular clubs and activities that have been approved by the school.
  7. Procedures by which parents may learn about parental rights and responsibilities under the laws of this state, including: the right to opt in to a sex education curriculum, if provided by the district, the open enrollment rights of a child, the right to opt out of assignments pursuant to this section, the right to opt out of immunizations pursuant to ARS 15-873. The promotion requirements prescribed in ARS 15-701. The minimum course of study and competency requirements for graduation from high school. The right to opt out of instruction on acquired immune deficiency syndrome, the right to review test results, the right to participate in gifted programs pursuant to ARS 15-779.01. The right to access instructional materials, the right to receive a school report card, the attendance requirements pursuant to ARS 15-802, 803, and 821. The right to public review courses of study and textbooks, the right to seek membership on school councils, and the right to participate in a parental satisfaction survey. Information about Student accountability information system (SAIS) pursuant to ARS 15-806, and the right to access the failing schools tutoring fund.

[ ] Yes [ ]No

For the purposes of this section, "parent" means the natural or adoptive parent or legal guardian of the child.


The school board must ensure that any policy adopted pursuant to this section may also include:

a. A plan by which parents will be made aware of the district’s parental involvement policy and may include rights under the family educational rights and privacy act of 1974

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