Non-Adopted Reading Lists
When a teacher wishes to introduce instructional material (a novel, for example) to supplement the state adopted materials approved and purchased by the District, the teacher will request that the instructional material be placed on the school's Non-Adopted Reading list.
Non-Adopted reading lists are accessible by visiting each school's website.
Lost or Damaged Instructional Materials
Per School Board Policy and Senate Bill 1248:
Students shall be held responsible for, and the school principal shall collect from each student or the student's parent, the purchase price of any instructional material the student has lost, destroyed, or unnecessarily damaged. Failure to provide payment for the damage or loss may result in the suspension of the student from participation in extra-curricular activities, or the debt may be satisfied by the student performing community service activities at the school site as determined by the school principal.