Asbestos Management Plan
As required by Federal and State regulation, John Hancock Charter School has an Asbestos Management Plan and it is available for inspection by appointment. Interested parties may contact Mrs. Adamic at 801-796-5646.
John Hancock Charter School Financial Policies
As required by Utah State law, a copy of John Hancock Charter Schools financial policies can be found by clicking here.
John Hancock Charter School employs certified teachers. Parents may request information regarding qualifications of their children's teachers by emailing Mrs. Adamic directly at email@example.com.
School Land Trust
20117/18 Council Members:
Allison Clinger - firstname.lastname@example.org
Wendy Morgan - email@example.com
Melissa Heppler - firstname.lastname@example.org
Julie Adamic - email@example.com
Kyle Tippetts - firstname.lastname@example.org
If interested in serving on the school land trust committee, please contact Mrs. Adamic at email@example.com.
Carson Smith Scholarship
Carson Smith Scholarship Information
John Hancock Charter School Data Governance Policy
Data Governance Policy
Parental Exclusion form for opting out of the SAGE assessments
Parental Exclusion form for opting out of the SAGE assessments
Acknowledgement of Volunteer Responsibilities under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
Pesticide Use on School Grounds
The school will minimize the use of pesticides, particularly on the interior of the facility, by using Integrated Pest Management (IPM) techniques. A record will be maintained at the school office of pesticide use by third party contractors as well as Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) for the chemicals applied on the premises.
Parent and/or Student Rights under Section 504
The following is a description of student and parent rights under Section 504 and other federal laws. The intent of the law is to keep you fully informed concerning decisions about your child, and to inform you of your rights if you disagree with any of these decisions. Your child has the right to take part in and receive benefits from public education programs without discrimination based on a disability. Your child has the right to:
• Receive a free appropriate public education. This includes the right to be educated with other students to the maximum extent appropriate. It also includes the right to have the school make reasonable accommodations to allow your child an equal opportunity to participate in school and school-related activities.
• Be educated in facilities and receive services comparable to those provided for students without disabilities.
• Receive an evaluation, eligibility determination, and if qualified, receive placement and accommodation decisions based upon a variety of information sources and by individuals who know the student, disability, evaluation data, and placement options.
• Receive an equal opportunity to participate in nonacademic and extracurricular activities offered by the school. As a parent/guardian, you have the right to:
• Examine all relevant records relating to decisions regarding your child’s identification, evaluation, educational program, and placement.
• File a local grievance with your school if you feel your child is being discriminated against because of his/her disability and/or is not able to access his/her free appropriate public education.
• Request a due process impartial hearing to help resolve issues with the school. It is important parents or guardians be notified of their right to request a hearing regarding the identification, evaluation, or educational placement of individuals with disabilities and to be represented by counsel [34 CFR § 104.36].
• Contact the Section 504 Educational Equity monitor at the Utah State Board of Education in Student Advocacy Services at 801-538-7828.
• File a formal complaint with the regional Office for Civil Rights. The office is part of the U.S. Department of Education. The regional office is located at 1244 Speer Boulevard Ste 310, Denver, Colorado 80204-3582. Telephone: 303-844-5695. Email: OCR.Denver@ed.gov https://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ocr/docs/howto.html?src=rt
Child Protection Registry
The Child Protection Registry is a free service provided by the State of Utah to keep adult
products e-mails out of your household.
It’s fast, free, secure, and only takes three easy steps to help protect your household from
1. Visit the Internet website: www.kidsregistry.utah.gov
2. Click “Register Your Household’s Email Addresses”
3. Enter any e-mail addresses used by your household
Statewide Online Educational Program Notice
Statewide Online Educational Program
Notification of rodent prevention services
We have rodent control products on campus. The bait boxes will contain Contrac or Final Blox.
Digital Teaching and Learning Grant
Our plan for the Digital Teaching and Learning Grant can be found by clicking here
NOTIFICATION OF VISION SCREENING LETTER
Dear Parent(s) or Guardian:
Your child, if in grades K, 1,3,5,7, will be given a vision screening on Monday, Sept. 25, 2017. Before screening is conducted, state law requires parents be informed that vision screening is not a substitute for an eye examination by an eye care specialist.
Vision screening may take place at any point during the school year. Every attempt is made to have student vision screening completed within 60 days from the start of the school year. Several methods for vision screening are state approved and available for student screening. Any of the following methods may be used to screen your child: Distance vision charts, photo screening, or computerized programs. School screenings are coordinated by the school nurse who may use trained parent volunteers and school staff to assist, or may request state-approved vision screening assistance from the Lions Sight Foundation, Friends for Sight, or the Utah Division of Services for the Blind and Visually Impaired.
You will receive a referral letter if your child fails the screening. However, even if your child passed, it is important that your child see an eye care specialist once a year. School vision screening does not evaluate eye health and cannot uncover important vision problems or prescribe treatment. Vision referral information, on children age 8 and under, will be reported to the Utah State Division for the Blind and Visually Impaired as stated in Utah Law 53A-11-203.
Because academic learning is 80% visual, and visual problems are best detected and treated early, a comprehensive eye and vision examination is recommended. Healthy eyes and good vision are essential for success in school.
Please provide the school with written notification if you do not want your child to participate in the screening program.
Sincerely, Mrs. Adamic