Unadilla Valley approves changes to district’s Code of Conduct

NEW BERLIN – The Unadilla Valley Central School District’s Board of Education met for the first time last week as the 2012-2013 gets underway, approving changes to the district’s revamped Code of Conduct.

The goal, according to administrators and board members, is to provide a safe and orderly school environment where students may receive and district personnel may deliver quality educational services without disruption or interference.

Revisions to the existing code were required due to changes in state legislature, said UVCSD Superintendent Robert Mackey, who informed the board – and those in attendance at last Monday’s meeting – that the district is actually one year ahead of schedule in approving its new policy. Mackey went on to highlight those revisions, most of which included the definition of specific areas within the code, such as harassment, bullying, cyber-bullying, “sexting” and gang activity.

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