2011 New Mexico Statutes
Chapter 22: Public Schools
Article 5: Local School Boards, 22-5-1 through 22-5-17
- Section 22-5-1: Local school boards; members.
- Section 22-5-1.1: Local school board members; elected from districts.
- Section 22-5-2: Repealed.
- Section 22-5-3: School board membership; optional form.
- Section 22-5-3.1: Local school boards; reversion to five members.
- Section 22-5-4: Local school boards; powers; duties.
- Section 22-5-4.1: Repealed.
- Section 22-5-4.2: Child abuse; report coordination; confirmation.
- Section 22-5-4.3: School discipline policies; students may self-administer certain medications.
- Section 22-5-4.4: School employees; reporting drug and alcohol use; release from liability.
- Section 22-5-4.5: Pledge of allegiance.
- Section 22-5-4.6: Recompiled.
- Section 22-5-4.7: Additional student discipline policies; weapon-free schools.
- Section 22-5-4.8: Area vocational high schools.
- Section 22-5-4.9: High school diplomas; World War II veterans.
- Section 22-5-4.10: High school diplomas; Korean conflict veterans.
- Section 22-5-5: Compensation; prohibited employment.
- Section 22-5-6: Nepotism prohibited.
- Section 22-5-7: Officers; surety bonds.
- Section 22-5-8: Term of office.
- Section 22-5-8.1: Repealed.
- Section 22-5-9: Local school board vacancies.
- Section 22-5-9.1: Oath of office.
- Section 22-5-10: Publications; advertisements.
- Section 22-5-11: School district salary system.
- Section 22-5-12: Local school boards; vacant or vacated offices.
- Section 22-5-13: Local school board training.
- Section 22-5-14: Local superintendent; powers and duties.
- Section 22-5-15: Collaborative school improvement programs.
- Section 22-5-16: Advisory school councils; creation; duties.
- Section 22-5-17: Private use of school facilities; policy; insurance.
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