BP Administrative Regulations


The Superintendent shall be the educational leader and chief executive officer of the school.  Education Code 11.201(a)

The duties of the Superintendent include (in part) [see also BJA]:

  1. Managing the day-to-day operations of the School as its administrative manager.
  2. Preparing recommendations for policies to be adopted by the Board and overseeing the implementation of adopted policies.
  3. Developing, or causing to be developed, appropriate administrative procedures to implement policies established by the Board.

Education Code 11.201(d)


The Superintendent and administrative staff shall be responsible for developing and enforcing procedures for the operation of the School.  These procedures shall constitute the administrative regulations of TSBVI and shall consist of guidelines, handbooks, manuals, forms, exhibits, and any other documents defining standard operating procedures.  A procedure shall become effective when it has been signed and dated by the Superintendent in the form established by the School for publication.

The Superintendent shall ensure that administrative regulations are kept up to date and are consistent with Board policy.  The Superintendent or designee shall resolve any discrepancies among conflicting administrative regulations.  In case of conflict between administrative regulations and policy, policy shall prevail.


No Board action is required before implementation of administrative regulations/procedures.


All administrative regulations shall be made accessible to staff, students, and the public as required by law or Board policy.

Adopted:         3/7/80

Amended:       1/29/93, 3/21/97, 3/24/00, 5/31/19