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Policies & Forms



AIS Policy 2016 - 2017

At the July 2016 meeting of the Board of Regents, the Board voted to amend Commissioner’s Regulations § 100.2 regarding the methodology by which school districts identify students in grades 3-8 to receive Academic Intervention Services (AIS).

AIS Policy 2016-2017


APPR Score Release

In accordance with Section 3012-c of the Education Law, regarding the Annual Professional Performance Reviews (APPR) of teachers and principals, the District is obligated to release the individual composite effectiveness scores and final ratings of teachers and principals.  Parents/legal guardians may request such information for the principal of the school building and the teachers to which the student is assigned for the current school year.  Only final data will be disclosed.  Parents/legal guardians wishing to obtain such data must make a written request to the superintendent of schools.  The identity of parents/legal guardians will be verified and the appointed school official shall only communicate the data verbally and in person.  Requests may be sent to John P. Birmingham at PO Box 1189, 68 S. Main St., Moravia, NY 13118.


Local Assistance Plan

Districts in New York state who are experiencing a lack of growth in state assessment results are identified by the state. One such designation is called the Local Assistance Plan. Due to the district's flattening ELA scores, Moravia received this designation.  As a result, an instructional specialist has been helping to evaluate the district's programming and instructional technique. Click on the link below if you wish to examine the district's complete action plan.  

MoraviaLAP


Parents’ Bill of Rights for Data Privacy and Security

The Moravia Central School District is committed to ensuring student privacy in accordance with local, state and federal regulations and district policies. To this end and pursuant to U.S. Department of Education (DOE) regulations (Education Law §2-d), the district is providing the following Parents’ Bill of Rights for Data Privacy and Security: 

  • A student’s personally identifiable information cannot be sold or released for any commercial or marketing purposes.
  • Parents/guardians have the right to inspect and review the complete contents of their child’s education record, including any student data maintained by the Moravia Central School District.
  • State and federal laws protect the confidentiality of personally identifiable information, and safeguards associated with industry standards and best practices, including but not limited to, encryption, firewalls and password protection, must be in place when data is stored or transferred.
  • A complete list of all student data elements collected by the state is available for public review in an Excel file at http://www.p12.nysed.gov/irs/sirs/documentation/NYSEDstudentData.xlsx. Parents/ guardians may also obtain a copy of this list by writing to the Office of Information & Reporting Services, New York State Education Department, Room 863 EBA, 89 Washington Avenue, Albany, NY 12234.
  • Parents/guardians have the right to have complaints about possible breaches of student data addressed. Complaints should be directed to Superintendent of Schools John Birmingham at (315) 497-2670.

Additional information is available on the New York State Education Department website: NYSED Parents' Bill of Rights for Data Privacy and Security.

Parents Bill of Rights


Technology Plan

Each school district is required to have a board-approved technology plan on file in the district. The plan has provisions for the district technology vision, purchasing plans and priorities as well as instructional goals as they relate to technology integration. You can refer to our plan by clicking the link below.

Tech Plan


Wellness Policy

The Moravia Central School District is committed to providing a school environment that promotes and protects children's health, well-being, and the ability to learn by fostering healthy eating and physical activity. 

District Wellness Policy

Forms