Follow uniform standards to facilitate placement, enrollment, graduation, data collection, and other decisions involving children in grades K-12 when they move to other states because their parents are deployed on active duty in the U. (The courses of study include arts, career education, consumer education, health and safety, language arts, mathematics, physical education, science, social studies, and, in secondary school, world language and vocational education.) center in numbers that are at least equal to (1) the number specified in any written agreement it has with a vo-ag center or (2) if there is no written agreement, the average number of its students enrolled in the center during the three previous school years.

Attest that the instruction is planned, ongoing, and systematic.

Provide the opportunity for children between the ages of five and 18, who have not graduated from high school to attend school and provide reasonable and desirable school transportation for such students.

Provide high-school-level courses, including those for which advance placement exams are available, that (1) offer college- or university-level instruction for which students may earn college credit and (2) are approved by SBE.

Conduct its own investigation and take disciplinary action in accordance with the law when it receives notice from the DCF commissioner or the law enforcement agency that the investigation will not interfere with either of the other investigations.

If schools have IPM plans, (1) provide staff written guidelines on how plan is to be implemented and (2) provide parents with written plan summary.

Allow parents and staff to register for advance notice of application. Ensure heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems are (1) maintained in accordance with national standards and (2) except for scheduled maintenance or emergency repairs, operated continuously while the school is occupied unless there is demonstrated adequate air exchange without operation.

Adopt written policies and procedures, approved by the school medical officer, if school board allows a school nurse or other authorized personnel to give students medicine or allows a student to self-administer medicine.

School nurse or principal must select a qualified school employee to, under certain conditions, give a glucagon injection to a student with diabetes who may require prompt treatment to protect him or her from serious harm or death.Keep HVAC maintenance records for at least five years.Make student suspensions in-school suspensions unless the school administration determines, at the required informal suspension hearing, that the student (1) poses a danger to persons or property or (2) is so disruptive of the educational process that an out-of-school suspension is warranted.If a juvenile detention facility operated by, or under contract with, the Judicial Department is located in the school district, be responsible for providing, and paying part of the cost of, regular and special education and related services for students held in the facility.If not participating in an interdistrict magnet school, for any of its students who enrolls directly in an interdistrict magnet school, pay the per-student tuition, if any, that the magnet school charges to participating districts.Every two years, require each school to assess its school climate using assessment instruments, including surveys, approved and disseminated by SDE in collaboration with the Connecticut Association of Schools.