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605.3 Objection to Instructional and Library Materials

Members of the school district community may object to the instructional materials utilized in the school district and ask for their use to be reconsidered. 

It is the responsibility of the superintendent/director of teaching and learning, in conjunction with the principals, to develop administrative regulations for reconsideration of instructional materials. Information related to the process for reconsideration of instructional and library materials will be made available on the district’s website.

Parents or guardians of students enrolled in the district have the ability to request that their student not be able to access certain instructional material. For purposes of prohibiting access to instructional materials, Iowa law has defined instructional materials to mean either printed or electronic textbooks and related core materials that are written and published primarily for use in elementary school and secondary school instruction and are required by a state educational agency or district for use by students in the student’s classes by the teacher of record. Instructional materials does not include lesson plans. 


Approved:     9/23/2019                           Reviewed: 11/28/2022                    Revised:  08/14/2023