- Administrative Services
- California Healthy Kids Survey (CHKS)
- College & Career
- Health Services
- Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP)
- Pupil Services
- Special Education
- Educación Especial
- Special Education Services
- Community Resources for Students and Adults with Disabilities
- Special Education Continuum of Supports and Services
- Transition Partnership Program
- WorkAbility Program
- Parent Advisory
- Section 504
- Student Support Services
- Suicide Prevention
- Business Services
- Educational Services
- Assessment & Testing
- Curriculum, Teaching & Learning
- Graduation Requirements & CSU/UC
- School Accountability Report Card (SARC)
- School Plans For Student Achievement (SPSA)
- Specialized Programs
- Human Resources
- Personnel Commission
- Salary Schedules
- Job Descriptions
- Employment Opportunities
- Benefits At A Glance
- Employee Annual Notifications
- Workers Compensation
- Administrative Services
The function of the Risk Management Department is to help the District in the prevention of accidental or unintended losses and to minimize the financial impact when losses do occur. The following are some areas covered by Risk Management:
- Asbestos Compliance
- Americans with Disabilities Act
- Certificates of Insurance
- Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)
- School Safety Committees
- Student Accident Insurance
- Claims Against the District
- Workers' Compensation (Contact Human Resources x5563)
- Extended Sick Leave (Contact Human Resources x5563)
- Leaves of Absence (Contact Human Resources x5563)
FRAUD, WASTE, ABUSE & CRIME
All employees should be alert for any indication of fraud, financial impropriety, or irregularity within their area of responsibility. Any employee who suspects fraud, impropriety, or irregularity should immediately report those suspicions to his/her immediate supervisor and/or the Superintendent or designee.
Employees and outside persons may also anonymously report any suspected instances of fraud, impropriety, or irregularity by calling the WeTip 24/7 hotline at 1-800-78-CRIME (1-800-782-7463) or go to the WeTip website.
All schools have been inspected for the presence of asbestos-containing building materials (ACBM). All friable ACBM has been either encapsulated or removed. Non-friable materials are periodically inspected to ensure they remain in good condition and do not pose a health hazard to staff or students.
The District provides annual notifications for each school site to employee and parent groups. To view your school's notification letter, please click the Asbestos Notification Letters link in the Related Documents section to the right.
Americans With Disabilities Act
The District endeavors to provide equal access to all of its programs, services, and activities. If you need special assistance, accommodations, or other modifications to participate in any of the District's programs, services, activities, or public meetings, please contact the school or the District's ADA coordinator, Douglas Gilbert.
Certificates Of Insurance
To request a certificate of insurance, or if you have any questions regarding the District's minimum insurance requirements for a contract/agreement you or your insured has entered into, please call (760) 753-6491 x5529.
Material Safety Data Sheets
District employees may CLICK HERE to search for material safety data sheets on chemical products used by the District.
Each school has a safety committee with representatives from certificated and classified staff. The committee is chaired by an assistant principal, who also sits on the District Safety Committee.
Both the school and District safety committees discuss issues pertaining to staff, student, and public safety, such as hazardous conditions or practices, accidents and injuries, site security, emergency preparedness, property and liability concerns, or any other matter that might affect school safety.
Student Accident Insurance
The San Dieguito Union High School District does not provide medical insurance coverage for school accidents. This means that you are responsible for the medical bills if your child gets hurt during school activities. The District makes available student accident/health insurance plans for you to purchase to help you pay those bills.
Many coverage options are available. The District does not administer these student health insurance plans and cannot answer any questions regarding coverage.
If you have any questions regarding the insurance, such as an explanation of coverages, exclusions, or claims procedures, please call the plan administrator, Pacific Educators at (800) 722-3365 or (714) 639-0962. Bilingual representatives are available for parents who need assistance in Spanish.
Some pupils may qualify to enroll in no-cost or low-cost local, state, or federally sponsored health insurance programs. Information about these programs may be obtained by calling the California Uninsured Help Line at (800) 234-1317 or SD-KHAN at (800) 675-2229. Bilingual representatives are available for parents who need assistance in Spanish.
Claims Against The District
Contact Business Services at (760) 753-6491 x5548 or Risk Mangaement x5525 for a claim form.