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Human Resources. Kent P. Scribner, PhD Superintendent. Jose Arenas, Assistant Superintendent Frenche Colbert, Director, Support Staff Juvenal L. Lopez, Director, Certified Personnel.
Kent P. Scribner, PhD
Jose Arenas, Assistant Superintendent
Frenche Colbert, Director, Support Staff
Juvenal L. Lopez, Director, Certified Personnel
can attain personal, academic and intellectual success
has dignity and worth
should be encouraged to take full advantage of the activities at their campus
The educational needs and the welfare of students must be priorities for all decisions made in the District.
The education of our youth is a shared responsibility of student, family, school and community.
The student and staff are best served when all are working together in an atmosphere of trust and respect
A caring and competent staff is vital to the achievement of our mission, goals and objectivesBELIEFS
The PUHSD Board Policy Manual is available on-line at http://lp.ctspublish.com/asba/public/lpext.dll?f=templates&fn=main-h.htm on the District’s website under the Governing Board tab and also in hard copy form in the Principal’s or Site Administrator’s Office.
Usual workday 7:30 am - 3:30 pm
Duty free Lunch period
Line of Authority (Support Staff)
Perform professional responsibilities
Meet the needs of the students
Comply with all laws, Board policies, procedures, regulations, negotiated agreements and site proceduresPOINTS TO REMEMBER
No person shall smoke marijuana in any public place. No person shall possess or engage in the use of medical marijuana:
KFA and KFAA
The Governing Board designated one or more banks as the authorized depository of school auxiliary and revolving funds.
The following guidelines regarding bank accounts will be followed:
DG and DG-R
Cash in School Buildings:
DM & Operational Procedure DM-OP-1
Maintains just, courteous, and proper relationships with students, parents, staff members, and others.
Strives for the maintenance of efficiency and knowledge of developments in the employee\'s field of work.
Fulfills job responsibilities with honesty and integrity.
Directs any criticism of other staff members or of any department of the school system toward improving the District. Such constructive criticism is to be made directly to the school administrator who has the responsibility for improving the situation.
Supports the principle of due process and protects the civil and human rights of all individuals.
Obeys local, state, and national laws and does not knowingly join or support organizations that advocate, directly or indirectly, the overthrow of the government.STAFF ETHICS
Refrains from using school contacts and privileges to promote partisan politics, sectarian religious views, or selfish propaganda of any kind.
Pursues appropriate measures to correct any laws, policies, or regulations that are not consistent with sound educational goals.
Avoids using position for personal gain through political, social, religious, economic, or other influence.
Maintains the standards and seeks to improve the effectiveness of the profession through research and continuing professional development.
Stresses the proper use and protection of all school properties, equipment, and materials.
Honors all contracts until fulfillment or release.
In the performance of duties, employees shall keep in confidence such information as they may secure unless disclosure serves District purposes or is required by law.STAFF ETHICS
No employee, while on or using school property, otherwise acting as an agent, or working in an official capacity for the District shall engage in:
GBEB & GBEB-R
All staff members are expected to:
GBEB & GBEB-R
GBEBB & GBEBB-R
STAFF CONFLICT OF INTEREST
I, _____________________________________________________, do hereby indicate:
1. That I am presently an officer/employee of the Phoenix Union High School District;
2. That I (or my relative[s]: _______________________________________
________________________________________________________) have a substantial interest in the contract, sale, purchase, or service to or decision by the Phoenix Union High School District No. 210 Governing Board as described below.
3. That I shall refrain from participating in any manner in my capacity as an employee or officer of Phoenix Union High School District in such contract, sale, purchase, service to, or decision by the Governing Board unless specifically permitted to do so by law.
Description of Conflict: