Section 3313.6024 | Reporting on prevention-focused programs.
(A) Annually, beginning in the 2019-2020 school year, each school district shall report to the department of education, in the manner prescribed by the department, the types of prevention-focused programs, services, and supports used to assist students in developing the knowledge and skills to engage in healthy behaviors and decision-making and to increase their awareness of the dangers and consequences of risky behaviors, including substance abuse, suicide, bullying, and other harmful behaviors. The district shall report the following information regarding such programs, services, and supports for each building operated by the district and for each of grades kindergarten through twelve served by the building:
(1) Curriculum and instruction provided during the school day;
(2) Programs and supports provided outside of the classroom or outside of the school day;
(3) Professional development for teachers, administrators, and other staff;
(4) Partnerships with community coalitions and organizations to provide prevention services and resources to students and their families;
(5) School efforts to engage parents and the community;
(6) Activities designed to communicate with and learn from other schools or professionals with expertise in prevention education.
(B) The department may use information reported under this section, and any other information collected by the department pursuant to law, as a factor in the distribution of any funding available for prevention-focused programs, services, and supports.
Available Versions of this Section
- October 17, 2019 – Enacted by House Bill 166, 133rd General Assembly [ View October 17, 2019 Version ]