Students are the reason public schools exist. In the words of the U.S. Supreme Court, "In these days, it is doubtful that any child may reasonably be expected to succeed in life if he is denied the opportunity of an education." School board policies regarding students are found in the TASB Policy Manual at the codes beginning with the letter "F."
Resources related to public school admissions, including transfers, and attendance.
Resources related to students' rights under the First Amendment, including free speech and religious freedoms; students' rights under the Fourth Amendment, including reasonable searches and drug testing; and parental rights.
Resources related to the prevention of child abuse, harassment, discrimination, and bullying.
Resources related to graduation ceremonies, extracurricular activities, and fundraising.
Resources related to student conduct, drug and alcohol abuse, student discipline under Texas Education Code chapter 37, gangs, and violence.
Resources related to the student fees and charges permitted by state law.
Resources related to students' mental and physical health and wellness.
Resources related to the retention and confidentiality of student records.