NOTICE OF PROPOSED RULEMAKING HERNANDO COUNTY BOARD

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    NOTICE OF PROPOSED RULEMAKING
    HERNANDO COUNTY BOARD
    RULE TITLE: Hernando County School
    Board Policies
    PURPOSE AND EFFECT: The handbooks/manuals sets forth standards for
    the operation of the Hernando County
    School Board. The purpose for revising
    these handbook/manuals is to align the
    content to reflect applicable statutory
    language and incorporate best practices
    regarding the subject matter herein.

    SUMMARY OF RULE: The following re-
    visions are expected to receive tentative

    approval at the 01/25/22 Workshop:
    Review & Tentative Approval of the Neola
    Policy – Volume 22 No. 1
    SPECIFIC AUTHORITY: Section
    1001.41; 1001.42; and 1001.43 Florida
    Statutes.
    LAW IMPLEMENTED: Sections,
    $1001.41; $1001.42; 1001.43;
    and1006.22 Fla. Stat. Additional refer- ences to specific statutes are identified
    within each policy as applicable.
    A HEARING HAS BEEN SCHEDULED
    FOR MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC TO
    BE HEARD, ON THE PROPOSED
    PLANS IN ACCORDANCE WITH AP- PLICABLE BOARD BYLAWS AND POL- ICIES. THE DATE, TIME AND PLACE
    OF SUCH HEARING IS EXPECTED TO
    BE: February 22, 2022, at 6:00 p.m. at
    the School Board office located at 919 N.
    Broad Street, Brooksville, Florida 34601.
    IT IS ANTICIPATED THAT THE RULE
    WILL BE ADOPTED ON February 22,
    2022.
    DATE AND PLACE NOTICE OF PRO- POSED RULE DEVELOPMENT PUB- LISHED: The notice of the public work- shop regarding this plan was published
    on January 14, 2022 in the Hernando
    Sun, Hernando County, Florida.
    If requested in writing and not deemed
    unnecessary by the agency head, a rule
    development workshop will be noticed
    in the Hernando Sun and the Board’s
    website.
    Any person requiring a special accom- modation to participate in the meetings
    above noticed because of a disability
    should contact call 352-797-7253, 48
    hours in advance of the meeting to make
    appropriate arrangements. If any person
    appearing before the School Board an- ticipates or expects that he or she might
    appeal any decision made by the School
    Board, that person will need a record
    of the proceedings, and that for such
    purpose, that person will need to insure
    that a verbatim record of the proceedings
    is made, which record includes the
    testimony and evidence upon which the
    appeal is to be based.
    The Agency does not anticipate any
    the adoption of this rule will (1) have
    an adverse impact on small business;
    or (2) directly or indirectly increase
    regulatory costs in excess of $200,000 in
    the aggregate in the state within 1 year
    after the implementation of the rule. Any
    person who wishes to provide information regarding a statement of estimated
    regulatory costs, or provide a proposal
    for a lower cost regulatory alternative
    must do so in writing within 21 days of
    this notice.
    THE PERSON TO BE CONTACTED
    FOR INFORMATION OR TO SUBMIT
    QUESTIONS REGARDING THE PRO- POSED RULE IS:
    Neola Update: Lisa Becker, Executive
    Director of Business Services 352-797-
    7000
    Links to specific matters regarding the
    Hernando Schools are available at: http://
    www.herna ndoschools.org A copy of the
    proposed rule is available by contacting
    the individual identified above. School
    board agendas are published online at:
    http://hernandoc ountyschool.igm2.com/
    Citizens/Default.aspx
    Hernando Sun: Publish January 28, 2022
    Published: January 28, 2022