SCHOOL POLICIES

2019-2020 Elementary School Student and Family Handbook

2019-2020 Middle School Student and Family Handbook

2019-2020 High School Student and Family Handbook

Early Childhood Transition Policy

English Learner Policy Handbook

Title IX Compliance

Wellness Policy

2019-2020 Special Education Policy Handbook
Rights of Parents of Students with Disabilities

Procedures for Locating, Evaluating and Identifying Children with Disabilities (Child Find)

Notice of Non-Discrimination Policy

Elementary School Health Profile

Middle School Health Profile

High School Health Profile
ESEA Complaint Procedure
Students in Temporary Living Situations
Asbestos Letter

Anti-Bullying and Sexual Harrassment Procedures

Protection of Pupil Rights Amendments
Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
Internet Policy
Grievance Form

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POINTS OF CONTACT

Title IX Coordinator: Vanessa Carlo-Miranda (vcarlomiranda@elhaynes.org)

McKinney-Vento Homeless Coordinator: Adriana Salcedo (asalcedo@elhaynes.org)

Special Education: Maria Conner (mconner@elhaynes.org)

For a full list of special education contacts, visit the 19-20 Special Education Policy Handbook.

DESCRIPTION OF AT-RISK FUNDING PLANS

In the school year 2018-19, approximately 42 percent (474 students in grades Pre-K3-12) of E.L. Haynes students were identified as “at-risk” and, therefore, the school received funds for those students in accordance with the D.C. Uniform Per Student Funding Formula (UPSFF). E.L. Haynes currently projects that a similar proportion of our student body will be identified as at-risk for the school year 2019-20. E.L. Haynes plans to use this at-risk funding to help support multiple programs that target our most vulnerable student populations, including a robust wellness program that provides direct services to students from social workers, counselors, and therapists; year-round intersession programming during October, February, June, and July which provide students academic support, enrichment, and a credit recovery program at the high school; and an extended day program at our elementary and middle school campuses.