If approved by the principal, administrative head or other chief administrator, a
teacher may use one noninstructional day during an employment term for the purpose
of home visitations with the parent, guardian or custodian of any pupil or pupils
designated by the principal, administrative head or other chief administrator. Priority shall be given to those pupils identified as potential school dropouts
or whose school attendance is otherwise jeopardized.
Such home visitations shall be deemed the equivalent of one day of continuing education
in accordance with rules and regulations of the state board requiring such education.
The county board may adopt rules and regulations regarding such home visitations and
shall reimburse a teacher for the necessary traveling expenses upon presentation of
an itemized, sworn statement.
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