This sample policy updates a former policy that was in the CSU policy manual regarding conflict resolution. This adds additional language regarding escalating concerns when they happen and the possible chain of command that people can use when issues arise at the school.
This is a sample policy that schools can use to define the process which students should use when they need to solve a problem they are having with someone else at the school, including the proper “chain of command” and including language regarding conflict resolution processes.
This is a sample policy to address employee complaints and how to professionally manage conflict amongst the staff, as well as the “chain of command” to use when addressing concerns in the workplace.
During this webinar, the Just Read, Florida! office will provide an overview of dyslexia and multisensory instruction and the statutory requirements for charter schools related to reading intervention, training, certification and the reading endorsement. This presentation will be especially helpful to school administrators and reading specialists. The webinar will be presented by Heather Willis-Doxsee, the Deputy Director of the FLDOE Just Read, Florida! office.
This week’s meeting will be focusing on developing your school’s budget. The budget that was passed with your charter application is probably already outdated. We will talk about the importance of looking at your budget as a “fluid” document in these stages, and making sure that you accurately project your expenses as you go forward so you can make necessary changes on the fly. In addition, we will look at the CSP grant management process with suggestions on ways to track your expeneses and purchases to make your life easier later in the process.
This will be a virtual meeting of the New School Instituted. These trainings are established to provide guidance to groups who are working to open a new charter school in the near future. The meetings are held virtually using Go To Meeting. You will be able to join the meeting by going to
https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/736756021, you can either use audio through your computer (it is recommended only if you have a headset or headphones, or you can also dial in using your phone. The dial-in number will be (408) 650-3123, and the access code is: 736-756-021.