School Pesticide Neighbor Notification Definitions
Any school building used for instructional purposes and its surrounding grounds; sites and other grounds used for playgrounds, athletics and other instructional purposes; transportation facilities; and any administrative offices.
The same as subdivision (35) of section 33-0101 of the Environmental Conservation Law.
Any facility where the staff person receiving notification regularly works, or where a child of the person in parental relation receiving notification regularly receives instruction.
Any public school district, private or parochial school, or board of cooperative educational services.
School pesticide representative
An employee of a public school district, private or parochial school, or board of cooperative educational services (BOCES), who is designated to act as a person to provide written notification, and from whom further information may be obtained, concerning pesticide applications at such school district, private or parochial school, or BOCES.
The period commencing on the first day of regular instruction and ending on the last day of session.
The vacation period following winter recess and prior to the end of the school year.
The period commencing on the first day of summer school instruction and ending on the last day of the session.
The vacation period on or about January 1.
A notice in writing that is provided directly to the student or staff; or delivered to a receptacle designated for that student or staff; or mailed to the student’s or staff’s last known home address; or delivered by any other reasonable methods authorized by the Commissioner, including, but not limited to, delivery by means of a school newsletter.