Code of Conduct
- Code of Conduct
For a printed copy of the Code of Conduct, please contact the main office of any district school or the district office at 518-356-8200.
- Code of Conduct Plain Language Summary for Elementary Students
- Code of Conduct Plain Language Summary for Middle & High School Students
- Athletic Code of Conduct
See our Publications page to download our school handbooks.
- Annual Professional Performance Review
- Child Abuse Hotline Notification
- Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
- Height and weight reporting
- Mohonasen Parents’ Bill of Rights for Data Privacy and Security
- Release of Student Directory Information
- Right to Know Notification
Required buildings & grounds notifications
In September 2016, a state law went into effect that requires all public school districts to test water for lead. The law requires school districts to sample all water outlets currently or potentially used for drinking or cooking purposes in buildings that may be occupied by students and to submit those samples to a state-approved lab for analysis.
August 2019 updated results
Lead-free, as defined by the federal Safe Drinking Water Act, is based on the lead content of plumbing materials. Federal laws enacted in 1986, and updated in 2011, limit the amount of lead that can be used in new plumbing and fixtures. A building can be deemed lead-free if it was built after Jan. 4, 2014, or a New York State licensed Professional Engineer or Architect certifies it to be lead-free. Under New York’s new law, school districts are not required to conduct water testing in buildings designated as lead-free. The buildings designated as lead-free in our district include: The Center for Advanced Technology at Mohonasen.
- Pesticide Neighbor Notification Law
The Mohonasen School District has practiced Integrated Pest Management (IPM) for several years. IPM is the process for managing, preventing and suppressing pests with minimal impact on human health and the environment. Pesticides are only used as a last resort. The District uses certified applicators for pest control, and they are required to follow IPM procedures. IPM is successful when teachers, students, maintenance and the applicators work together. We have been fortunate so far that pesticides have not been needed. However, it is possible that they may be needed in the near future. The district currently also has periodic treatment of the sports fields for weed and pest control. In this case the district also uses certified applicators.New York State Education Law Section 409-H and State Education Department Commissioner’s Regulation 155.24, effective July 1, 2001, requires all public and nonpublic elementary and secondary schools to provide written notification to all persons in parental relation, faculty, and staff regarding the potential use of pesticides periodically throughout the school year. Mohonasen CSD is required to maintain a list of persons in parental relation, faculty, and staff who wish to receive 48-hour prior notification of certain pesticide applications. If you would like to receive a notification, please download the Pesticide Notification Form.
- Annual Fire Inspection Notification
The Mohonasen Central School District, on March 22, 2019, in accordance with NYS Education Commissioner’s Regulation 8 NYCRR Part 155.8, has performed an annual fire inspection of each school-owned facility. These reports were submitted to the NY State Education Department. Updated Certificates of Occupancy have been posted at all schools. Mr. Robert Rossi, NYS Code Enforcement Official, performed the inspections for the district. Mr. Rossi was accompanied by Joseph Mayo, the District’s Director of Facilities. The report thereof is available at the Facilities office at 2072 Curry Road for inspection by all interested persons.”
- Asbestos Management Plan
As required by the EPA since 1989, the Mohonasen Central School District has kept Asbestos Management Plans for the district. This notification must be given annually, stating that the Asbestos Management Plans are on file in each Principal’s office and collectively at the Facilities & Operations Office. These records are available for review during normal business hours. As required, periodic surveillances are conducted every six months. The most recent three-year re-inspection has been performed as required by July 2019. There are currently no projects scheduled that will disturb asbestos-containing building material. For more information, contact Joseph Mayo, LEA Designee at 518-356-8228.
For more information on the buildings and grounds notifications listed above, please contact the Facilities & Operations office at 518-356-8228.
If you have any trouble accessing the documents linked from this page, please contact the Communications Office at 518-356-8250. The FREE Adobe Acrobat Reader can be downloaded here.