For quality assurance purposes, student/staff meetings, i.e. disciplinary hearings or meetings of any sort, diaper changing of special education and/or early childhood students, etc. should always be open-door, performed by or in the presence of two or more designees, and/or surveilled to curtail episodes and/or resolve claims of student sexual exploitation or other forms of abuse, for which there should be zero tolerance…

Student changing stations enclosed within medical curtains or screens in relevant students’ classrooms are ideal for incapacitated or convalescent students; any and all SpEd students who are capable of walking and are trainable should be taught to independently use lavatories; in fact, it should be a component of their Individualized Educational Programs (IEPS)…

Student Changing Abnormality Reporting Procedures

When an instructor or paraprofessional observes an abnormality while changing a student reporting the abnormality to an appropriate official or officials should always be followed up by examination by a school nurse and/or by a district-appointed on-call physician, who should be equipped with the authority to conduct the examination and make proper recommendations.

If the abnormality is a condition that has been medically addressed by an external physician or pediatrician the school should require documentation from the doctor stating what the condition is and the prescribed or administered treatment.

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