The Sisters School Board of Education is the governing body of Sisters School District #6. It is the Board’s job to set policy, hire the superintendent, and provide leadership.

It is the intent of the Board of Education to develop policies and put them in writing so that they may serve as guidelines and goals for the successful and efficient functioning of Sisters School District. It is also the intent of this Board of Education that its policies serve as sources of information and guidance for all people who are interested in, or connected with, the public schools.

The policies listed on the policy pages have been adopted.  All policies listed here are available in downloadable PDF documents.

Please Note: There is a delay between the time the board makes policy changes and the time those changes are available on this site. The policies on this site are for information only and do not reflect any updating activities in progress.

The manual is organized according to the classification system developed by the Educational Policies Service (EPS) of the National School Boards Association. The system is copyrighted by the National School Boards Association (NSBA) and its use as the coding system in local districts without permission of NSBA is limited to Direct Affiliates, subscribers to the Educational Policies Service and Oregon school districts under contract for policy development with the Oregon School Boards Association. (Copyright)

Policy manuals are organized according to the following sections: Click on the + symbol to expand the section

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                      * Since collective bargaining in Oregon is governed by statute there are normally no policies in Section H.

                      Not all boards have policies in each section. If one of the above sections is not shown in the list to the left or in the navigation menu (at the top of each page) then that board does not have policies in that section.

                      Coding within each section follows an alphabetical sequence which is read from left to right, like a library card catalogue, with subheadings for major policy areas within each section. Studying the Table of

                      Contents for each section would help to familiarize users with the coding system and the organization of each section.

                      All policies have been referenced with the appropriate Oregon Revised Statutes and Oregon Administrative Rules, federal rules and regulations and case law.



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