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California Law (searchable database)
Search California Administrative Codes made available by The Legislative Counsel. The Legislative Counsel was established in 1913 to assist the Legislature, the Governor, and other state officers by providing legal services relating to the legislative process. The Legislative Counsel is required by law to make legislative information available to the public on the Internet. Note: If you search "Education Code" for "All" documents you will get the California Education Code Index.

Learn more about the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB).

Learn more about the Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA)

Wheatland Union High School's WUHSNet utilizes a network-based filtering solution in conjunction with our Acceptable Use Policy and Technology Plan to adhere to the requirements of this law.

Another very detailed resource on CIPA is the Legal Definitions of Child Pornography, Obscenity and "Harmful to Minors" by Mary Minow.

The Brown Act
The Brown Act is the California Law that governs the conduct of local government and other agency meetings. This web page is hosted by a legal firm. It does not reference when it was last updated.

California Senate Bill 1386
Passed in September 2002, this law went into affect on July 1, 2003, to addresses identity theft issues and disclosure of compromised computer systems.

California Code of Regulations
In 1979, the Legislature created the Office of Administrative Law (OAL) to ensure that state agency regulations are authorized by statute, consistent with other law, and written in a comprehensible manner, as provided in the rulemaking part of California's Administrative Procedure Act (Sections 11340 through 11359 of the Government Code).This California Code of Regulations (CCR) Website contains the text of the regulations that have been formally adopted by state agencies, reviewed and approved by the Office of Administrative Law, and filed with the Secretary of State. The CCR consists of 28 titles and contains the regulations of approximately 200 regulatory agencies. A regulation is a rule adopted by a state regulatory agency to implement, interpret, or make specific the law enforced or administered by it, or to govern its procedure.

Board PoliciesThere are a limited number of Board Policies available online.  You may also contact the school for additional information.

Please direct any other information requests and questions to Vic Ramos, WUHSD Superintendent/Principal.