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Divisional Policies - A

Section A: Foundations and Basic Commitments

Section A of the NEPN classification system contains policies pertaining to the division's legal role in providing public education and the principles underlying school board governance. These policies articulate the school division's fundamental beliefs and provide the context for policies in all other sections.

Listed below are Section A policies applicable to the Louis Riel School Division. To the right of each title are links to the main policy as well as supporting documents, such as protocols, appendices and forms. Note that some links are restricted to divisional employees.

NEPN Code​Title ​ ​Links to policies and support documents ​ ​ ​
​AA​School Division Legal Status ​Policy
​AC​Respect for Human Diversity ​Policy Protocol
​ACE​Commitment to AccessibilityPolicy

Protocol 1

Protocol 2

Protocol 3

​ACF/ACG​Interpersonal Relations and Resolution of Concern About Harassment/DiscriminationPolicyAppendix
​ADEducational Philosophy: Divisional Vision, Mission, Values & MottoPolicy             Appendix
​ADB​Drug-Free Schools/WorkplacesPolicy
​ADC​Schools/Workplaces Free of Tobacco and Electronic Vapour Devices ​Policy
​ADD​Safe Schools ​Policy Protocol
ADE​Multi-Year Strategic Planning Process PolicyAppendix
​AE​​Accountability: Public Interest Disclosure & Whistleblower ProtectionPolicy
 
 
 
   
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