Standards of Practice (SPs)

SPs are official guidance documents for DOE employees who administer and manage operations in the public school system. They contain official policies, rules, regulations, and procedures, and are written in alignment with state and federal laws, regulations and rules, and Board of Education policies.

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SPs are produced as a product of Goal 3 of the Strategic Plan — Successful Systems of Support. They are the responsibility of the originating office, and are vetted by relevant unions and the state Attorney General's office.

The finder tool below allows staff and the public to sort among the SPs by office and primary function. Where relevant, results show the primary state and/or federal laws and Board policies that govern the function. (Many SPs provide guidance under several laws, regulations and/or policies, not just one.)

Please note: The SPs are interactive documents that provide links to related resources, including applications, forms and other documents. Many of these resources are meant for employees and are housed on the DOE Intranet; users who access these links will be prompted for a log in. Only DOE employees have access to the Intranet. You can learn more about the DOE Intranet here.​

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Standards of Practice: Office of Fiscal ServicesStandards of Practice: Office of Fiscal Serviceshttp://www.hawaiipublicschools.org/Standards of Practice/SP1000.pdf1000-1634Please see cover page of this document for key information about Hawaii State Department of Education standards of practice regarding the Office of Fiscal Services.Office of Fiscal Services
Non-Appropriated Student Activity Fund; Description of and General PurposeNon-Appropriated Student Activity Fund; Description of and General Purposehttp://www.hawaiipublicschools.org/Standards of Practice/SP1900.pdf1900Office of Fiscal Services
Non-Appropriated Student Activity Fund; Bank AccountsNon-Appropriated Student Activity Fund; Bank Accountshttp://www.hawaiipublicschools.org/Standards of Practice/SP1901.pdf1901Office of Fiscal Services
Non-Appropriated Student Activity Fund; Accounting SystemNon-Appropriated Student Activity Fund; Accounting Systemhttp://www.hawaiipublicschools.org/Standards of Practice/SP1902.pdf1902Office of Fiscal Services
Non-Appropriated Student Activity Fund; Chart of AccountsNon-Appropriated Student Activity Fund; Chart of Accountshttp://www.hawaiipublicschools.org/Standards of Practice/SP1903.pdf1903Office of Fiscal Services
Non-Appropriated Student Activity Fund; Administrator’s Checklist/Internal ControlsNon-Appropriated Student Activity Fund; Administrator’s Checklist/Internal Controlshttp://www.hawaiipublicschools.org/Standards of Practice/SP1904.pdf1904Office of Fiscal Services
Non-Appropriated Student Activity Fund; Collections, Receipts, and DepositsNon-Appropriated Student Activity Fund; Collections, Receipts, and Depositshttp://www.hawaiipublicschools.org/Standards of Practice/SP1905.pdf1905Office of Fiscal Services
Non-Appropriated Student Activity Fund Bank Reconciliations; Procedures forNon-Appropriated Student Activity Fund Bank Reconciliations; Procedures forhttp://www.hawaiipublicschools.org/Standards of Practice/SP1906.pdf1906Office of Fiscal Services
Non-Appropriated Student Activity Fund; Expenditure of FundsNon-Appropriated Student Activity Fund; Expenditure of Fundshttp://www.hawaiipublicschools.org/Standards of Practice/SP1907.pdf1907Office of Fiscal Services
Non-Appropriated Student Activity Fund; Investing Idle CashNon-Appropriated Student Activity Fund; Investing Idle Cashhttp://www.hawaiipublicschools.org/Standards of Practice/SP1908.pdf1908Office of Fiscal Services

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