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Sunnymead Elementary School

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No electronic listening or recording device may be used by students

This is what is included on the Elementary Student/Parent Handbook – Page 7:  



The Board of Education encourages parents/guardians and interested members of the community to visit the schools and view the educational program.

To ensure minimum interruption of the regular campus/classroom program, school visits should be first arranged with the teacher and Principal or designee with a 24-hour notice.  If a conference is desired, an appointment may be set with the teacher for a time before school, after school, or during the teacher's preparation period.  Visitation of individual classrooms shall be pre-arranged, with the purpose noted.  The visit shall be limited to 20 minutes at the elementary level and one class period at the secondary level.  Longer visits shall be by special arrangement with the teacher(s) and the site administrator.

To ensure the safety of students and staff and avoid potential disruptions, all visitors shall register immediately upon entering any school building or grounds when school is in session.

For purposes of school safety and security, the Principal or designee may design a visible means of identification for visitors while on school premises.

No electronic listening or recording device may be used by students or visitors in a classroom without the teacher and Principal's permission.  (Education Code 51512)




The Legislature finds that the use by any person, including a pupil, of any electronic listening or recording device in any classroom of the elementary and secondary schools without the prior consent of the teacher and the principal of the school given to promote an educational purpose disrupts and impairs the teaching process and discipline in the elementary and secondary schools, and such use is prohibited. Any person, other than a pupil, who willfully violates this section shall be guilty of a misdemeanor.

Any pupil violating this section shall be subject to appropriate disciplinary action.