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State law authorizes districts to refer students to local law enforcement or does not address law enforcement reporting other than for federally-mandated reporting for selected offense types.
Topic is not addressed in state laws.
State law requires districts to implement multi-hazard practice drills (e.g., fire, lockdown, active shooter, or evacuation drills) andencourages or requires inter-agency coordination.
State law encourages districts to implement school-wide positive behavioral interventions or tiered frameworks.
State law requires elementary PE curriculum
State law requires high school PE curriculum.
State law requires middle school PE curriculum.
State law requires teaching skills for a healthy life.
State law encourages districts to adopt community involvement plans or policies.
State law requires a health screening prior to entry (which may or may not specifically include one of the exams listed below).
Topic is not addressed in state laws or regulations.
State law addresses dental screening.
State law addresses hearing screening.
State law addresses vision screening.
State law encourages districts to provide professional development for school personnel on bullying prevention and response, or requires districts to review district policy content.
State law addresses providing referrals to private physicians or community health partners.
State law requires districts to adopt policies limiting use of restraint and seclusion that include comprehensive student protections, including the provision of mandatory training for school personnel.
State law authorizes the placement of local law enforcement or security personnel on school campuses through MOUs or partnership agreements.
State laws recommends minimum certification standards that include advanced coursework and degree requirements for counselors.