Bill Summary for S 695 (2021-2022)

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Apr 8 2021

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Senate Bill 695 (Public) Filed Wednesday, April 7, 2021
AN ACT TO MAKE VARIOUS CHANGES TO LAWS AFFECTING PRINCIPAL LICENSURE, SALARY INSTALLMENTS, REPORTING REQUIREMENTS, AND CASH MANAGEMENT REQUIREMENTS FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL UNITS.
Intro. by Jarvis, Lee, Ballard.

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Enacts GS 115C-12(47) to direct the State Board of Education (State Board) to adopt a medical action plan to be implemented by each public school unit. Requires the action plan to minimally include (1) a standard student medical condition form to be used for each student; (2) a standard student medical action plan form to be used for each student; and (3) a method for ensuring that all persons with supervisory responsibility over a student (including volunteers) receive a student medical action plan form for each student whenever the student leaves the campus of the public school unit. 

Amends GS 115C-47 to require local boards of education to implement the medical action plan adopted by the State Board. Similarly amends the following statutes and session law to require charter schools, regional schools, laboratory schools, and renewal school systems to implement the medical action plan adopted by the State Board: GS 115C-218.75; GS 115C-238.66; GS 115C-239.8; and Section 6 of SL 2018-32.

Applies beginning with the 2021-22 school year. 

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