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August 10, 2022 – Public Hearing of the Elk Grove Unified School District’s Annual Service Delivery/Budget Plan for Special Education
Notice is hereby given that The Elk Grove Unified School District’s Special Education Local Planning Area (SELPA) Plan was approved and adopted by the Board of Education on March 1, 2011.  Annually, each SELPA is required to develop and revise an Annual Service Delivery/Budget Plan as an additional component of their approved local plan.  The Annual Service Delivery/Budget Plan includes a description of all the special education services provided by the SELPA, the nature of those services and the physical location of those services.  The Annual Service Delivery/Budget Plan also identifies expected expenditures for all items required by the SELPA’s service delivery plan. The Board of Education is requested to hold an open hearing for anyone who wishes to comment on the Elk Grove Unified School District annual Service Delivery/Budget Plan for Special Education. This item will be presented to the Board for adoption at the September 20, 2022 meeting. Please contact Anne Rigali, Special Education Director at (916) 686-7780 if you need more information or have any questions. 

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The Elk Grove Unified School District Board Policies and Administrative Regulations can be accessed through the California School Boards Association (CSBA) system GAMUT™. 
Nondiscrimination/Harassment/Intimidation/Bullying (Students)

Nondiscrimination/Harassment/Intimidation/Bullying (Students)

Last updated May 21, 2019 to include immigration status as a protected group identity. Board Policy 5145.18 has been revised for the purpose of ensuring compliance with the requirement of nondiscrimination in access and participation in all District programs by students with disabilities. The specific changes made are:
  • The addition of language regarding the legal requirement that the District provide to its students with disabilities extracurricular and nonacademic services in such a manner as is necessary to afford students with disabilities an equal opportunity for participation in such services and activities.
  • The development of a process that ensures compliance with the requirement of nondiscrimination in access and participation in all District programs by students with disabilities. Revised Board Policy 5145.3 effectuates this compliance by:
  • Prohibiting disability-based discrimination
  • Requiring equal opportunity for consideration of students with disabilities for awards and honors and for participation of students with disabilities in extracurricular activities
  • Mandating equal notice of awards, honors, and activities to parents of students with disabilities
District Policy Prohibiting Discrimination/Harassment/Intimidation/Bullying of Students:
Sexual Harassment Policy (Students)

Sexual Harassment Policy (Students)

BP 5145.7 – Sexual Harassment Policy (Students)

Notice of Sexual Harassment Policy (Students)


Social Media Policy


Work Permits in Elk Grove Unified School District

All high school students under the age of 18 years old in California must obtain a work permit in order to be employed.  In EGUSD, students must sustain a grade point average of 2.0 or better (and have no F grades in the prior term) and have a positive attendance history.  Once the eligible student obtains a job, the following procedure is followed:
To obtain a REGULAR WORK PERMIT the student must:

  • Complete the “Work Permit Application” available in the school counseling office or download from CDE’s website (.doc)
  • Obtain signatures from employer and parent/guardian
  • Submit completed application to the high school counseling office for review
  • Allow for processing, approval and completion of work permit (approximately 48 hours)
  • After receiving the work permit, provide original copy to employer
  • Renew work permit prior to expiration date following the same process each year
To obtain an ENTERTAINMENT WORK PERMIT the student/parent must:

  • Obtain an “Application for Permission to Work in the Entertainment Industry” available at the local Department of Labor Standards Enforcement (DLSE) office or download directly from DLSE’s website
  • Complete the front side of the form and sign in ink
  • Submit completed application to the high school counseling office for review
  • Allow for processing and completion of form (approximately 48 hours)
  • After receiving completed application from the high school, submit the application and required documents to the DLSE directly for approval
Answers to commonly asked questions:

  • The hours a student may work vary according to age.
  • Schools have the right to reduce or restrict hours and/or type of employment in order to support the education, health and safety of the student.
  • A social security number is required on the application or it will not be processed.
  • Middle school students in need of work permits must obtain permits from the high school to which their middle school feeds.
  • Students from other districts, private schools, or out-of-state schools will not be issued permits from EGUSD.
  • Minors who have graduated from high school no longer require work permits.
  • Students who reach 18 years of age while still in high school do not require work permits.
  • A work permit is required for each employer for whom a minor student is employed.
  • A work permit can be revoked if it is determined that the employment is interfering with the student’s education, the conditions of the permit are being violated or it is determined that a student is performing duties or is in conditions that have been deemed unsafe.
  • Work permit applications and/or actual work permits cannot be sent electronically (via email, etc.) and must have actual, “wet signatures.”
  • Work permits are NOT issued from the Trigg Center/District Office at any time, however, if additional support is needed, please contact (916) 686-7709
Work Permit (Students) Board Policy/Work Permit (Students) Administrative Regulation