Staff » Certification


Training and/or reviewed, completed, and/or discussed with all employees annually.
Abolition of Corporal Punishment BUL-5747.2
Policy and Procedure for the Acquisition and Use of Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) BUL-4480.1
Bullying and Hazing Policy (Student-to-Student and Student-to-Adult) BUL-5212.2
Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Requirements BUL-1347.4
Code of Conduct with Students - Distribution and Dissemination
Crisis Response, Suicide Intervention, Threat Assessment
Discipline Foundation Policy BUL-6231.0
Emergency Supplies Checklist
Employee Attendance
English Learner Programs Instructional Online Accountabilities
Ethics Policies
Family Medical Leave and Reasonable Accommodations
Mandatory Posting of Regulatory Notices
Injury & Illness Prevention Program
Internet Safety for Students BUL5181.2
Responsible Use Policy (RUP) For District Computers and Information Systems Information for Employees BUL-999.11, Attachment B
Nondiscrimination Information and Sexual Harassment Policy & Required Notices
OSHA 300A Annual Certification
PHBAO Conference
Special Education and Section 504 BUL-4692.7
Student and Employee Security
Student Body Policies
Student Support and Progress Team
Uniform Complaint Procedures (UCP) BUL-5159.9
Williams Complaint Procedures BUL-4759.4
Training and/or review, complete, and/or discuss with all employees on January 11, 2021.
Employee Safety Seal Program
English Learner Programs Instructional Online Accountabilities
PHBAO Conference


A. Report to the Main Office or other designated office prior to proceeding to assigned classrooms or work areas.

B. Lock classroom doors when working alone before or after school hours. Use extra caution if working in isolated areas or in rooms/offices with exterior doors.

C. Leave door windows uncovered.

D. Exercise stringent control of assigned school keys and do not give/loan assigned school keys to students.

E. Secure all personal valuables.

F. Report any person loitering in or adjacent to parking areas, and/or sitting in a parked car.



A. Develop a sense of community both between students and between students and staff.

B. Review safety tips with students, and remind them to be alert to their surroundings. Refer to REF-1404, School Traffic Safety.

C. Review examples of appropriate conduct between students and adults on campus and during extra-curricular activities.

D. Instruct students to avoid strangers and provide strategies for avoiding contact with strangers. Encourage students to talk to any adult on campus should they notice suspicious activities.

E. For Grades K through 5, establish and maintain a buddy system when students go to and from the office or restroom.

F. Remind students of safety tips pertaining to curricular trips, dances and athletic events.

G. Maintain supportive, positive, professional, and non-exploitative relationships with students at all times. Refer to BUL-5167.0, Code of Conduct with Students-Distribution and Dissemination Requirement Policy, and Employee Code of Ethics, LAUSD Ethics Office.

H. Adhere to all mandated reporting requirements when you become aware of incidents jeopardizing students’ physical or emotional well-being (abuse, threats, traffic accidents, etc.).