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Divisional Policies - E

​Section E: Support Services

Section E of the NEPN classification system contains policies pertaining to non-instructional services and programs, such as safety, building and grounds management, office services, and transportation.

Listed below are Section E 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.

 

​EB​Initiatives to Support Sustainable Development​​Policy
​EBBC​Indoor Air Quality: Responding to Concerns About Scented Products​​Policy
​EBCA​Emergency Preparedness Plan​​Policy
​EBCE​Emergency School Closing​​Policy
​ECAF​Security: Video Surveillance Systems​​Policy
​EDC​Authorized Use of School / Division-owned Equipment​​Policy
​EDE​Regulation of Non-Recyclable Materials​​Policy
​EEA-1Student TransportationPolicy
EEA-2​​Student Transportation: Students in a Joint Custody ArrangementPolicyForm
​EEAE​Bus Transportation of Students: Safety Procedures to Prepare for Field Trips​​PolicyProtocol
​EEAEEA​Student Transportation: Weather-Related Cancellation of School Buses​​Policy
EEAGNon-Instructional Transportation: Schools, Family Centres, and Community Programs​​Policy

Protocol

​EFA​Nutrition in SchoolsPolicy
 
 
 
   
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