Section 7 - Students

  • Welfare Services

    Policy 7:250

    Student Support Services

    The following student support services may be provided by the School District: 
    1. Health services supervised by a qualified nurse. The Superintendent or designee may implement procedures to further a healthy school environment and prevent or reduce the spread of disease, including head lice (Pediculus Humanus Capitis). 
    2. Educational and psychological testing services and the services of a psychologist as needed. In all cases, written permission to administer a psychological examination must be obtained from a student’s parent(s)/guardian(s). The results will be given to the parent(s)/guardian(s), with interpretation, as well as to the appropriate professional staff. 
    3. The services of a social worker. A student’s parent(s)/guardian(s) must consent to regular or continuing services from a social worker. 
    4. Guidance and counseling services. 

    The Superintendent or designee shall develop protocols for responding to students with social, emotional, or mental health problems that impact learning ability. The District, however, assumes no liability for preventing, identifying, or treating such problems. 

    This policy shall be implemented in a manner consistent with State and federal laws, including the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, 42 U.S.C. §12101 et seq.




     

    LEGAL REF.:


    Children’s Mental Health Act of 2003, 405 ILCS 49/1 et seq.


    CROSS REF.:

     

    6:65 (Student Social and Emotional Development), 6:270 (Guidance and Counseling Program), 7:100 (Health, Eye, and Dental Examinations; Immunizations; and Exclusion of Students), 7:280 (Communicable and Chronic Infectious Diseases)

     

    ADOPTED:

     

    APRIL 25, 2011