Administrative regulations are detailed directions governing the operation of the district. Administrative regulations put policy into practice by describing how, where, when and by whom things are to be done. Administrative regulations do not include:
A handbook (e.g., employee, student, parent, athletic, etc.)
A plan (e.g., technology, school improvement, crisis, etc.)
Forms (with some exceptions)
The superintendent is authorized to formulate such administrative regulations appropriate for the implementation of policies adopted by the Board and necessary for the consistent operation of the district.
Most administrative regulations, once developed, are simply reviewed by the Board; however, the following PDF list some that require adoption.