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Board to vote on proposed code of conduct on July 9

The Waterville Board of Education held a public hearing on the code of conduct on Tuesday, June 11 in the Bud Dorr Board of Education Room at 381 Madison Street.

The board’s regular meeting took place following the hearing, at 6 p.m.

The 2024-25 Code of Conduct can be found here. 

The meeting was open to the public and anyone could provide feedback on the code during the public hearing.

Comments about the proposed code may also be sent to Dr.Jennifer Spring, Superintendent of the Waterville Central School District through July 9, 2024. The board is slated to vote on the proposed code at its July 9 meeting.

The Code of Conduct applies to all students, school personnel, guardians and other visitors when on school property or attending a school-sponsored function.