Policies & Procedures
The following sections contain the policies that describe how Colorado Early Colleges (CEC) operates.
Our policies are organized by the following subjects which you may click to view:
In response to hazardous weather or a public health emergency, such as COVID-19, CEC will implement its Remote Learning Plan.
CEC’s focus during remote learning is to:
– Ensure that CEC middle and high school students stay engage and continue the rigorous learning CEC values.
– Provide equitable access to all students so they can participate in and be successful during remote learning.
– Maintain connectedness to our students, employees, and communities.
CEC’s Network Remote Learning Plan outlines remote learning goals, keys to remote learning, remote learning expectations for students and staff, and mental health supports.
This section contains policies regarding CEC’s Governing Board, including how Board members are elected, how the Board is organized, how the Board conducts meetings, and how the Board operates.
This section contains policies that apply to all school employees (instructional, support and administrative staff), excluding the Chief Executive Administrator.
This section contains policies regarding CEC’s instructional program and covers graduation requirements, curricular subjects, special programs, instructional resources and academic achievement, special student services, assessments, and CEC’s Postsecondary Workforce Readiness Guarantee.
Adoption of Curriculum
Early Colleges Graduation
Extracurricular Activity and Field Trips
Post Secondary Workforce Readiness Guarantee
Service Animals and Other Animals on Campus
Test or Assessment Administration
This section contains policies regarding students, including admissions, attendance, rights and responsibilities, student conduct and discipline, suspension and expulsion, health and welfare, student records, and other school-related activities.
Administration of Medical Marijuana
Asthma and Anaphylaxis Policy
Attendance and Tardy Policy
Bullying Prevention and Education
Corporal Punishment/Use of Physical Intervention and Restraint
Corporal Punishment/Use of Physical Intervention and Restraint Regulation
Drug, Alcohol and Tobacco Use by Students
Employee Mandatory Reporting
Enrollment After Count Day
First Aid Training Staff at Events
Medication Administration Policy and Procedure
Rights Concerning Student Records
Suspension Expulsion of Students
Student Computer, Network and Internet Usage
Student Code of Conduct and Discipline
Student Data Privacy and Security
Student Fees, Fines, Charges and Fee Schedules
Student Interviews, Interrogations, and Searches
Weapons in School
This section contains policies regarding parent and community involvement, including parents’ rights, public information, school visitors, parent engagement, public information, and communications.
CEC encourages staff, students, parents and all members of the CEC community to become familiar with our policies and procedures. For questions or comments regarding our policies and procedures, please contact:
Executive Office Administrator