- Annual Professional Performance Review
- Asbestos Management Plan
- Attendance Policy
- Body Mass Index
- Child Abuse Hotline
- Code of Conduct
- Dignity for All Students Act (DASA)
- Disclosure to the Military
- Districtwide Safety Plan (Updated July 2020)
- Ed Law 2D: Parents’ Bill of Rights for Data Privacy & Security
- Equal Opportunity
- Federal Family Educational Rights & Privacy Act (FERPA)
- Fire Inspection Report
- Free & Reduced Price Meals
- Grade Promotion and Placement
- Hand Sanitizer Use
- Health Information Privacy (HIPPA)
- Homeless Student Policy
- Idling Buses on School Grounds
- Instructional Technology Plan
- Integrated Pest Management
- Lead Testing
- Meal Charging
- New York State ESSA-Funded Programs Complaint Procedures
- New York State Report Cards
- Participation in Graduation Ceremonies by All Eligible Students
- Right to Know
- School Budget Documents
- Smart Schools Investment Plan
- Student Directory Information
- Student Privacy
If you suspect a child is being abused or maltreated (neglected), report it by calling 1-800-342-3720, a toll-free 24-hour hotline operated by the New York State Office of Children and Family Services. If you believe a child is in immediate danger, call 911 or your local police department. Information about reporting child abuse and maltreatment (neglect) is available online at http://ocfs.ny.gov/main/cps/.
New York state requires tackle football programs to provide information about concussions and sub-concussive blows, and the injuries that might occur as a result of such blows, to the parents or guardians of all children participating in tackle football programs. DCS provides you with the following materials so that you are aware of the risks of concussion and other brain injuries.
- NYS Department of Health website’s “Sports-Related Concussion” page
- The district’s policy regarding concussions is detailed in Policy 7522: Concussion Management.
Notice is hereby given that the annual inspection of the Duanesburg Central School District for fire hazards that might endanger the lives of students, teachers, employees therein, has been completed and the report is available at the district office for inspection by all interested persons.
Alcohol-based hand sanitizers will be made available in school buildings during the 2020-21 school year. If parents wish to opt their children out of using hand sanitizers, they should send a written notice to their child’s school principal.