All Aboard Charter School
- Per A.R.S. § 38-431.01 & 02. of meetings for All Aboard Charter School will be posted on this website under Public Meeting Notice. Meeting dates and notices will also be posted in the front window at 5827 N. 35th Ave, Phoenix, AZ. 85017.
- All Aboard Charter School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability or age in its programs and activities.
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SCHOOL SAFETY POLICY
The purpose of this school safety policy is to generally set forth the principles by which All Aboard Charter School responds to threats against the School and its students, employees, and volunteers. Given the sensitivity of the subject matter contemplated by this policy, this is intentionally a non-exhaustive consideration of the School’s safety protocols; therefore, this policy supplements but does not replace any other safety protocols or applicable state or federal laws governing the School’s obligations to maintain a safe learning environment.
The School’s administrator or their designee, will report to local law enforcement any suspected crime against a person or property that (i) is a Serious Offense or involves a Deadly Weapon or Dangerous Instrument or Serious Physical Injury; or (ii) any conduct that poses a threat of death or Serious Physical Injury to a School employee, student, or other person on the School’s property (collectively, “Suspected Criminal Conduct”). All capitalized terms in this paragraph have the meaning set forth in Arizona law. This portion is to comply with new A.R.S. § 15-153.
In accordance with applicable state and federal law, including FERPA, the School’s administrator or their designee, will notify the parent or guardian of each student who is involved in Suspected Criminal Conduct. School employees are expected to report and document any Suspected Criminal Conduct by immediately notifying any member of the School administration of the incident and promptly preparing a written report of the incident and providing the report to a member of the School Administration. The School may, in its discretion, discipline any School employee who the School believes failed to properly report and document Suspected Criminal Conduct, and the School will maintain a record of such disciplinary action. In accordance with applicable law, the School will, upon reasonable request, make such a disciplinary record available to a public school considering hiring that employee.
In accordance with applicable state law, if the School determines a student has been harassed, threatened, or intimidated on School grounds or in a manner that substantially disrupts the School’s learning environment, the School’s administrator or their designee, will notify the parent or guardian of that affected student. Threatening or intimidating behavior and harassment have the meanings set forth in A.R.S. § 15-186.01.