§ 167.018 Foster care education bill of rights–school district liaisons to be designated, duties
§ 167.019 Placement decisions, agencies to consider foster child’s school attendance area–right to remain in certain districts–course work to be accepted–graduation requirements–rulemaking authority
§ 167.020 Registration requirements–residency–homeless child or youth defined–recovery of costs, when–records to be requested, provided, when
§ 167.022 Request for records, placed pupils
§ 167.023 Affidavit of expulsion for certain offenses required for student admission–false statements, penalty
§ 167.026 Expungement of disciplinary records, exception
§ 167.029 School uniforms
§ 167.031 School attendance compulsory, who may be excused–nonattendance, penalty–home school, definition, requirements–school year defined–daily log, defense to prosecution–compulsory attendance age for the district defined
§ 167.034 Absences in St. Louis City reported to children’s division, when, notification requirements–duties of children’s division
§ 167.042 Home school, declaration of enrollment, contents–filing with recorder of deeds or chief school officer–fee
§ 167.051 Compulsory attendance of part-time schools
§ 167.052 Applicability of compulsory attendance and part-time school requirements for metropolitan school districts
§ 167.061 Penalty for violating compulsory attendance law
§ 167.071 School attendance officers in seven-director districts, powers and duties–powers of police officers in certain areas
§ 167.091 Truant or parental schools, establishment–attendance may be compelled–neglected children, attendance–support payments
§ 167.101 Certain persons may administer oaths and take affidavits–issuance of certificates
§ 167.111 Officials to enforce compulsory attendance law
§ 167.113 Compliance with federal laws relating to pupil rights required
§ 167.115 Beginning January 1, 2017–Juvenile officer or other law enforcement authority to report to superintendent, when, how–superintendent to report certain acts, to whom–notice of suspension or expulsion to court–superintendent to consult
§ 167.115 v2 Until December 31, 2016–Juvenile officer or other law enforcement authority to report to superintendent, when, how–superintendent to report certain acts, to whom–notice of suspension or expulsion to court–superintendent to consult
§ 167.117 Principal, teachers, school employees to report certain acts, to whom, exceptions–limit on liability–penalty
§ 167.121 Assignment of pupil to another district–tuition, how paid, amount–lapsed, unaccredited, and provisionally unaccredited districts, enrollment in virtual school permitted
§ 167.122 Placed pupils, notification of district, distribution of information
§ 167.123 Notification to superintendent, when, manner–responsibility of superintendent upon notification–confidentiality of information
§ 167.126 Children admitted to certain programs or facilities, right to educational services–school district, per pupil cost, payment–inclusion in average daily attendance, payments in lieu of taxes, when
§ 167.131 District not accredited shall pay tuition and transportation, when–amount charged
§ 167.141 Amount deductible from per pupil cost in computing tuition to be added to apportionment of district of residence, when
§ 167.151 Admission of nonresident and other tuition pupils–certain pupils exempt from tuition–school tax credited against tuition–owners of agricultural land in more than one district, options, notice required, when
§ 167.161 Suspension or expulsion of pupil–notice–hearing–felony violation, grounds for suspension
§ 167.164 Suspension or expulsion not to relieve duty to educate–district to pay costs of alternative education–voucher–district may contract for alternative education services
§ 167.166 Prohibition on strip searches, exceptions–strip search defined–violation, penalty–prohibition on removal of certain items not deemed disruptive
§ 167.168 Radio frequency identification technology, students not required to use identification device to monitor or track student location–definition
§ 167.171 Beginning January 1, 2017–Summary suspension of pupil–appeal–grounds for suspension–procedure–conference required, when–statewide suspension, when
§ 167.171 v2 Until December 31, 2016–Summary suspension of pupil–appeal–grounds for suspension–procedure–conference required, when–statewide suspension, when
§ 167.181 Immunization of pupils against certain diseases compulsory–exceptions–records–to be at public expense, when–fluoride treatments administered, when–rulemaking authority, procedure
§ 167.182 HPV informational brochure, contents
§ 167.183 Immunization records, disclosure, to whom–disclosure for unauthorized purpose, liability
§ 167.191 Children with contagious diseases not to attend school–penalty
§ 167.194 Vision examination required, when–rulemaking authority–components of the examination–sunset provision
§ 167.201 School lunch program–funds–duties of state board
§ 167.208 Allergy prevention and response policy required, contents–model policy authorized
§ 167.211 School boards may provide for sale of lunches to children
§ 167.221 Lunch programs in urban districts–managers and assistants, designation, duties–deposit and withdrawal of funds
§ 167.223 High school may offer postsecondary course options–fees
§ 167.225 Definitions–instruction in Braille for visually impaired students–teacher certification
§ 167.227 Summer school programs–attendance outside of district–funding, cooperation among districts
§ 167.231 Transportation of pupils by districts, except metropolitan–mileage limits for state aid–extra transportation, district expense–election, ballot form
§ 167.232 Tax for extra transportation may be rescinded, procedure
§ 167.241 Transportation of pupils to another district
§ 167.251 Board to prescribe rules and regulations–driver to give bond–fund charged with transportation expenses
§ 167.260 Program for developmentally delayed, ages three and four–program for children from at-risk families
§ 167.263 Teacher assistants, grades kindergarten through three–program established–eligibility–application for assistance–rules, promulgation, procedure
§ 167.265 School counselors, grades kindergarten through nine–eligibility–application
§ 167.268 Policy for reading intervention plans, grades kindergarten through three–contents–state board to develop guidelines–individual reading intervention plan to be developed
§ 167.270 Specialized courses of instruction–pupils at risk of dropping out–pregnant teens and teen mothers
§ 167.273 Program of parent education–pregnant teens, teen parents–at-risk families, characteristics–potential dropouts, characteristics
§ 167.275 Dropouts to be reported to state literacy hot line–availability of information on website
§ 167.278 Chief school officers to provide information on postsecondary financial assistance
§ 167.280 Support services for students at high risk–application, elements–priority applications, elements–use of funds–allowable costs
§ 167.335 Alternative education grants–qualifications–joint applications
§ 167.340 Read to be ready program–certain students to increase average daily attendance–reading improvement instruction
§ 167.343 Reading assessment costs, competitive matching grant program–application–requirements–reimbursement of district’s funds, when–allocation of grants
§ 167.346 List of recommended reading assessments–state board’s duties–department’s duties–rules
§ 167.349 Charter schools, establishment
§ 167.600 Definitions–nonseverability
§ 167.603 Grants to assist public schools health services, preference–rules–Medicaid payment incentives
§ 167.606 Plan to encourage public schools and school districts to be Medicaid providers–services which may be provided, scope of services–who may provide services–employment of personnel
§ 167.609 Underwriting of costs, determination of amount, assessment–disbursement transfer to health initiatives fund, arrangement–method of disbursement of funds–procedure
§ 167.611 Advisory committee may be established, members, duties and powers–consent form, checklist, prerequisite–identification of family practitioner–distribution of contraceptive devices and drugs prohibited
§ 167.614 Discontinuance of participation
§ 167.617 Continuation of services previously provided
§ 167.619 Most accessible care to be provided–discrimination prohibited
§ 167.621 Authorization of parent or guardian, prerequisite–administration of medicine, first aid, immunity
§ 167.624 Lifesaving training–CPR
§ 167.627 Possession and self-administration of medication in school–requirements
§ 167.630 Epinephrine prefilled auto syringes, school nurse authorized to maintain adequate supply–administration authorized, when
§ 167.635 Asthma-related rescue medications, school nurse may be authorized by school board to maintain, procedure
§ 167.638 Meningitis immunization, brochure, contents
§ 167.640 Student promotion conditioned on remediation–tutorial activities and other suggested programs
§ 167.645 Reading assessments required, when–reading improvement plan required, when–additional reading instruction required, when–retention in grade permitted, when
§ 167.680 After-school retreat reading and assessment program established–grants awarded, procedure–fund created–rulemaking authority
§ 167.700 Involvement of parents and families, state board and school districts to adopt policies, content–review of policies
§ 167.720 Physical education required–definitions
§ 167.765 Interscholastic youth sports brain injury prevention, rulemaking authority–information distribution–removal of athletes from competition, when
§ 167.775 Annual report on impact of concussions and head injuries, statewide athletic organizations
§ 167.800 Definitions
§ 167.803 Training of school employees, content, requirements
§ 167.806 Plan to be submitted by parent or guardian of student with diabetes–review by school
§ 167.809 Diabetic care may be provided to students, when, trained personnel to be on site
§ 167.812 Diabetic care not practice of nursing, when–health care professionals may provide training
§ 167.818 Student may perform certain diabetic care for self, when
§ 167.821 Immunity from liability, when
§ 167.824 Rulemaking authority
§ 167.903 Personal plan of study for certain students, contents–waiver
§ 167.905 At-risk students to be identified, district policy required