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Acceptable Use Policy (A.U.P.) For The Internet

LAUSD Bulletin K-19 was revised on March 15, 2002.

All connections to the Internet by students or employees are subject to LAUSD’s Acceptable Use Policy. Bulletin K-19 contains a series of agreements which must be signed by all students and employees granted access to the Internet through their school site. These agreements are required regardless of the method of connection or Internet service provider used. Site administrators must also sign an enclosed agreement acknowledging the terms of granting Internet access.

Please read this agreement and implement all steps necessary for compliance.

Click here to download LAUSD Bulletin K-19.

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Bulletin # Document Name
1. COMMUNITY ADVISORY COMMITTEE CHECKLIST
2. EMPLOYMENT PROCEDURES FOR STUDENT AIDES
3. BRANCH LOCATION POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
4. BOARD RESOLUTION REGARDING TOBACCO FREE WORKPLACE
5. CERTIFICATES AWARDED
6. ACCREDITATION EXPENDITURES
7. DIVISION CLASSIFIED ASSIGNMENTS
8. CONVERSION OF JUNIOR COLLEGE UNITS TO ADULT SCHOOL CREDIT
9. TRANSFER OF CREDITS FROM JTPA AND SPECIALLY FUNDED PROGRAMS TO DISTRICT FUNDED ADULT SCHOOLS AND CENTERS
11. DUTY HOURS AND VACATION FOR PRINCIPALS
12. ELIGIBLE LEGALIZED ALIEN CONTINUING EDUCATION PROGRAM
13. ADULT DIPLOMAS
14. EQUIPMENT REQUISITIONS
15. DIVISION POLICY CONCERNING EXCUSED ABSENCE
16. INITIATING AND REVISING DIVISION OF ADULT AND CAREER EDUCATION COURSE OUTLINES
17. REQUIRMENTS FOR TEACHER ASSIGNMENTS IN ADULT ACADEMIC INSTRUCTION
18. FORUM AND LECTURE PROGRAM
19. MILEAGE
20. ADULT EDUCATION FISCAL SERVICES SECTION
21. POLICIES – APPRENTICE CLASSES
22. PROFESSIONAL EXPERT ASSIGNMENT GUIDELINES
23. CITIZENSHIP PREPARATION PROGRAM
24. GUIDELINES FOR ADULT EDUCATION INDEPENDENT STUDY
25. TRANSFER COURSES ACCEPTABLE FOR CREDIT TO MEET THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE ADULT HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA
26. INNOVATIVE AND NONTRADITIONAL INSTRUCTIONAL METHODS AND NEW TECHNOLOGIES
27. POLICIES AND PROCEDURES FOR VISITING APPRENTICE CLASSES
28. ADULT COMPETENCY-BASED HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA REQUIREMENTS IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE GENERAL EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT TEST (GED)
30. ADULT COMPETENCY-BASED HIGH SCHOOL (NON-GED) GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS
31-A. REQUEST FOR TESTING/SCREENING ACCOMMODATIONS
32. F-1 VISA APPROVAL NUMBERS
33. ADULT BASIC EDUCATION FUNDS FOR CITIZENSHIP PREPARATION
33-A. ANNOUNCEMENT
33-B. CITIZENSHIP INFORMATION FORM
34. CITIZENSHIP PREPARATION PROGRAM FINGERPRINTING AND PHOTOGRAPHY STUDENT GUIDELINES
35. MAXIMUM HOURS OF ASSIGNMENT IN THE DIVISION OF ADULT AND CAREER EDUCATION
36-A. REGISTRATION AND CLASS FEES TRANSMITTAL SHEET
37. HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA PROGRAM FOR VETERANS IN REGIONAL OCCUPATIONAL CENTERS
38. SECURITY COVERAGE FOR ADULT SCHOOLS, OCCUPATIONAL CENTERS AND SKILL CENTERS
39. SECURITY COVERAGE FOR ADULT SCHOOLS, OCCUPATIONAL CENTERS AND SKILL CENTERS
39-A. TEACHER CONVERSION
39-B. TEACHER CONVERSION REQUEST
40. STUDENT REGISTRATION ADULT SCHOOLS AND REGIONAL OCCUPATIONAL CENTERS
41. RETESTING ON THE GED TESTS
42. BA DEGREE REQUIREMENTS FOR ADULT ESL TEACHERS
43. ADMINISTRATOR AND CLERICAL COVERAGE AT COMMUNITY ADULT SCHOOLS, REGIONAL OCCUPATIONAL CENTERS AND SKILL CENTERS
44. SPECIAL EMERGENCY PROCEDURES FOR ADULT SCHOOLS AND CENTERS
44-A. NOTICE OF COMPLIANCE WITH REQUIREMENTS THAT SPECIAL EMERGENCY PROCEDURES BE ESTABLISHED
45. CREDIT FOR WORK ACHIEVEMENT
46. ILLNESS PAY FOR ADULT SCHOOLS-CENTERS “Z” BASIS (STATUS 3) ASSIGNMENTS
48. ADULT SCHOOL-CENTER MULTIPLE TEACHING ASSIGNMENTS CLASSIFIED PERSONNEL
49. MINIMUM CLASS SIZE FOR ADULT EDUCATION
50. CLASS SIZE STAFF DEVELOPMENT — POINT PROJECT CLASSES
51. COLLECTION OF FEES FOR G.E.D. TEST ADMINISTRATION
52-A. MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING
52-B. TEACHER’S ASSIGNMENT SHEET
53. GUIDELINES FOR SAFETY IN SHOP CLASSES
54-A. INITIATIVE STATUTE- ENGLISH LANGUAGE FOR CHILDREN IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS
55-A. MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING
56. USE OF IMPREST FUND FOR NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING
57. WASC ACCREDITATION SCHEDULE
57-A. WASC Accreditation Schedule 1991-92 through 1996-97
58. STUDENT BODY – SPONSORED BUS TRIPS IN COMMUNITY ADULT SCHOOLS AND CENTERS
61. CONVERSION OF ADULT SCHOOL CLERK POSITIONS TO “RESERVE HOURS”
61-A. REQUEST TO CONVERT ADULT SCHOOL CLERK POSITION TO “RESERVE HOURS”
62. DISTANCE LEARNING PROGRAM: FISCAL PROCEDURES
62-A. DISTANCE LEARNING (VIDEOS) DEPOSITS TRANSMITTAL SHEET (PROGRAM 2038)
63. ELECTIVE CREDITS IN BASIC EDUCATION AND ESL & ENTRANCE TESTING FOR BASIC EDUCATION AND DIPLOMA PLUS
64. CREDIT REQUIREMENT FOR STUDENTS WHO ENTERED THE ADULT SCHOOL PRIOR TO THE IMPLEMENTATION OF DIPLOMA PLUS
66. TENURED TEACHERS ASSIGNED TO TEACH IN OTHER THAN THEIR TENURED SUBJECT AREAS
67. SUGGESTED RESPONSIBILITIES OF SUBJECT AREA CHAIRPERSONS, COMMUNITY ADULT SCHOOLS
68. ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL NORM FOR COMMUNITY ADULT SCHOOLS
72. REGIONAL OCCUPATIONAL AND SKILLS CENTER SHOP SALES
72-A. EMPLOYMENT PREPARATION CENTERS AUTOMOTIVE DEPARTMENT GUIDELINES
73. MAINTAINING SUBSTANTIALLY HANDICAPPED CLASSES
74. REPORTING OF CAS SUBSTANTIALLY HANDICAPPED CLASSES
75. MARKING PRACTICES FOR CONCURRENT STUDENTS ENROLLED IN DIVISION OF ADULT AND OCCUPATIONAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS
75-C. CREDITS RECEIVED FOR THE HOURS ATTENDED (To be used only in Employment Preparation Centers)
78. GUIDELINES COVERING CHANGE OF ADULT PRINCIPALSHIP
78-A. VERIFICATION OF JOINT REVIEW OF GUIDELINES COVERING CHANGING OF ADULT PRINCIPALSHIP
79. PROCEDURES FOR OPERATING ROP CLASSES LOCATED ON SECONDARY HIGH SCHOOL CAMPUSES
79-G. CONVERSION TABLE MINUTES AS A FRACTION OF AN HOUR
80. PROCEDURE FOR DOCUMENTING REQUESTS FOR SPECIAL CLASSES TO SERVE ADULTS WITH DISABILITIES
80-A. REQUEST BY COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION FOR ON-SITE CLASSES SERVING ADULTS WITH DISABILITIES
82. AMNESTY PREPARATION AND CITIZENSHIP PROGRAM
83. CREDIT FOR VOCATIONAL COURSES IN THE DIVISION OF ADULT AND OCCUPATIONAL EDUCATION
84. HOMEWORK POLICY STATEMENT ADULT ACADEMIC EDUCATION
85. ADMINISTRATION OF F-1 STUDENT VISA PROGRAM
86. SUPERINTENDENT’S FIELD CABINET
86-A. INTER-OFFICE CORRESPONDENCE (Attachment for Bulletin # 86)
87. A & I REQUEST PROCEDURES
88. TRACKING AND LABELING OF EQUIPMENT PURCHASED WITH CARL D. PERKINS VOCATIONAL EDUCATION ACT (VEA) FUNDS
88-A. VOCATIONAL EDUCATION EQUIPMENT INVENTORY FORM
88-B. VOCATIONAL EDUCATION INVENTORY EQUIPMENT REMOVAL FORM
88-C. INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETING THE VOCATIONAL EDUCATION INVENTORY EQUIPMENT REMOVAL FORM
102. ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE (ESL) PROGRAM