Franklin Pierce Schools seeks to promote a culture of respect and civility in the district by underscoring the expectation of civil conduct in all interactions between staff members. Uncivil conduct, like other forms of disruptive behavior, interferes with employees’ ability to work effectively and efficiently.
Severe or persistent acts of uncivil conduct may violate the district’s policies against harassment, intimidation, bullying, nondiscrimination, affirmative action, sexual harassment, or other specific conduct codes. Violation of such policies may result in further action, such as discipline, adverse employment action, or criminal charges, as applicable.
In support of this policy, the superintendent or designee will develop procedures to address district training and other tools for the use of staff members in achieving the purpose of this policy.
Adoption Date: 4/8/14
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