Board of Education Policy 6111: Staff Conflict of Interest

The Board of Education is committed to avoiding any situation in which the existence of conflicting interests may call into question the integrity of the management of operation of the School District. Therefore:

a) No person employed by the District shall hire, supervise, evaluate, promote, review or discipline any other employee who is a member or relative of the same family. In the event that marriage, promotion or reorganization results in a situation not in compliance with this policy, reassignment or transfer will be affected, in accordance with the applicable provisions of any collective bargaining agreement, to correct the situation.

b) No person employed by the District shall negotiate or execute any contract on behalf of the District for the purchase, sale or lease of real or personal property, services of any nature, nor for insurance without first having determined the common price for such property, services or insurance, or requesting bids from all potential providers of such providers of such property, services or insurance.

The Board affirms its commitment to adhere scrupulously to all applicable provisions of law regarding material conflicts of interest.

Knowing or willful violation of this policy by any employee may result in disciplinary action up to and including dismissal.

Any officer, employee or member of the public noting or suspecting a violation of this policy is encouraged to bring the matter, either in confidence or in public, to the Board or the Superintendent.

Adopted February 26, 1996 as Policy 9120.1 Staff Conflict of Interest
Renumbered to 6111 on April 1, 2019