Provisions

APPROVED
Kaunas City Municipal Councils
2014 May 5
by Decision No. T-331
 
PROVISIONS OF KAUNAS LOCKER-JACKET "STEP" CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS
1. Regulations of Kaunas Kindergarten-Kindergarten “Steps” (hereinafter - Regulations) are regulated by the legal form, dependency, owner, headquarters, kindergarten group, main purpose of non-formal education school Kaunas crèche-kindergarten “Žingsnelis” (hereinafter - Nursery-kindergarten). language of education and forms of education, legal basis, field, type, purpose, tasks, functions, rights and duties, organization and management of activities, self-government, recruitment of employees, payment procedure and attestation of work, nursery school funds, their use procedures and control of financial activities, supervision of activities, restructuring of the structure, reorganization, restructuring or liquidation.
2. The official name of the kindergarten-kindergarten - Kaunas kindergarten “Stepping-stone”, short name - Nursery-kindergarten “Steps”. Kindergarten is registered in the Register of Legal Entities, code 191643637.
3. The history of the nursery: The Executive Committee of the Council of the Deputies of Kaunas City, 1987; October 9 Decree no. In the 405p, the 107th kindergarten of Kaunas was established. Kaunas City Council June 9 Decree no. 524-v nursery-nursery-107 was reorganized into 9th Russian primary school-kindergarten. Kaunas City Council June 2 by Decision No. 48 The ninth Russian primary school-nursery was reorganized into a ninth kindergarten-kindergarten. Kaunas City Council \ t August 29 by Decision No. 1011 The ninth kindergarten-kindergarten was given the title of "Step".
4. The legal form of nursery school is a budgetary institution.
5. The dependency of nursery school is a municipal institution.
6. The owner of the nursery is the Kaunas City Municipality (hereinafter - the owner), Laisvės al. 96, LT-44251 Kaunas. The institution implementing the rights and duties of the owner of the kindergarten-nursery is Kaunas City Municipality Council. Its competence is determined by the Law on Budgetary Institutions of the Republic of Lithuania.
7. Nursery-kindergarten headquarters - Rasytės g. 9, LT-48131 Kaunas.
8. Nursery-kindergarten group - pre-school education school.
9. The main purpose of the kindergarten-kindergarten is the kindergarten-kindergarten of the pre-school education group.
10. Language of instruction - Lithuanian.
11. There are day-time groups in nursery-kindergarten.
12. Activities of nursery-kindergarten groups are organized according to the procedure established by legal acts.
13. The following educational programs are carried out in nursery-kindergarten: pre-school education program, pre-primary education program.
14. The nursery-kindergarten is a public legal entity with stamp, billing and other accounts with banks registered in the Republic of Lithuania, attributes, based on the Constitution of the Republic of Lithuania, United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, laws of the Republic of Lithuania, resolutions of the Government of the Republic of Lithuania, Ministry of Education and Science legislation, other legislation and these provisions.
 
CHAPTER II
SCOPE AND TYPES OF PUPPY-VEGETABLES, PURPOSE, OBJECTIVES AND FUNCTIONS
 
15. Nursery-kindergarten activity - education.
16. Kindergarten-kindergarten activities (according to the Classification of Economic Activities, approved by Order No DĮ-226 of the Director General of Statistics Lithuania of 31 October 2007 on the Approval of the Classification of Economic Activities):
16.1. main type of educational activity - pre-school education, code 85.10.10;
16.2. other type of educational activity - pre-school children education, code 85.10.20.
17. The purpose of nursery-kindergarten activity is to provide high-quality pre-school and pre-primary education to the child's needs, to ensure the spread of the child's personality, to develop an active, self-confident, strong cognitive motivation child, to create preconditions for further successful education at school.
18. The tasks of nursery-kindergarten:
18.1. to protect and strengthen the child's physical and mental health, to guarantee his social security;
18.2. nurture the child's powers (intellectual, emotional, will, physical) that determine personality maturity and socialization success;
18.3. to promote the independence, initiative, creativity of the child, to reveal and develop his / her abilities, to foster individuality;
18.4. to help children understand and embrace human values;
18.5. to preserve and foster the culture of children;
18.6. eliminate educational inequalities in meeting the individual needs of the child;
18.7. to ensure the continuity of pre-school and pre-school education, to facilitate the child's transition from family education to institutional education;
18.8. to enable the child to reach school maturity on time;
18.9. to develop partnerships between the child's parents (guardians) and the nursery-kindergarten, to help improve the quality of the child's family education.
19. When performing the tasks assigned to him, Kindergarten-Kindergarten performs the following functions:
19.1. specifies and individualises the content of education;
19.2. prepares pre-school education program;
19.3. carries out pre-school and pre-primary education programs, commitments agreed in training contracts, ensures good quality education;
19.4. provides information, psychological, social pedagogical, special pedagogical, special assistance, health care;
19.5. assess the special educational needs of children, organize the education of children with special needs in the manner prescribed by legal acts;
19.6. organizes, at the request of parents / guardians, additional services (cages, camps, tours and other) paid by them in the manner prescribed by legal acts;
19.7. create conditions for employees to develop professionally, to prepare qualification programs;
19.8. ensure hygiene standards, a healthy, safe learning and working environment that complies with legal requirements;
19.9. develops the material basis necessary for the implementation of the requirements of the educational content in accordance with the Education Supply Standards approved by the Minister of Education and Science of the Republic of Lithuania;
19.10. arrange child meals in kindergarten;
19.11. publicly disclose information on the activities of kindergarten-kindergarten in accordance with the procedure established by the Minister of Education and Science of the Republic of Lithuania;
19.12. performs other functions prescribed by laws and other legal acts.
 
 
CHAPTER III
RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF STARTER-VEGETABLES
 
20. The nursery-nursery, exercising the assigned tasks and tasks assigned to it, has the right to: \ t
20.1. to choose educational methods and ways of education;
20.2. to develop new models of education and training that ensure quality education;
20.3. to cooperate with natural and legal persons affected by its activities;
20.4. to carry out urban, national and international educational projects;
20.5. to enter and join associations in accordance with the procedure established by laws;
20.6. to receive support in the manner prescribed by the Law on Charity and Support of the Republic of Lithuania;
20.7. to exercise other rights conferred by law.
21. When carrying out the functions assigned to it, the nursery-kindergarten must: \ t
21.1. to ensure a healthy, safe, preventive environment of violence, abuse and harmful habits;
21.2. provide good quality education, carry out approved education, education programs;
21.3. to liaise with the local community, enter into contracts and fulfill agreed obligations;
21.4. to ensure the activities of the Nursery-Kindergarten Child Welfare Commission in the implementation of the legal requirements.


CHAPTER IV
ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT OF COUPLING-CARE ACTIVITIES
 
22. Nursery-kindergarten activities are organized according to:
22.1. a nursery-kindergarten strategic plan approved by the Director, which has been endorsed by the Nursery-Nursery Board and the Kaunas City Municipality Executive Authority or its authorized person;

22.2. the annual activity plan of the kindergarten-kindergarten approved by the director, which has been approved by the Nursery-Kindergarten Council and the Kaunas City Municipality Executive Authority or its authorized person.
23. The nursery-kindergarten is headed by a director. The Kaunas City Municipality Council appoints and dismisses the director of the nursery school by competition. The competition for the post of Director shall be organized and executed in accordance with the procedure established by the Minister of Education and Science of the Republic of Lithuania. The Director shall be appointed for an indefinite period of time and shall be dismissed from office in the manner prescribed by law. The Director is accountable and subordinate to the Kaunas City Municipality Council.
24. Director:
24.3. accepts children in accordance with the procedure established by Kaunas City Municipality Council, concludes training contracts according to the procedure established by legal acts;
24.4. approve the internal rules of the nursery-kindergarten in agreement with the nursery-nursery council;
24.5. in accordance with the laws and other legal acts, establishes the rights, duties and responsibilities of the employees in the Internal Rules of the Kindergarten;
24.6. provide children with a healthy, safe, preventive, environment-friendly, environmentally-friendly education and working environment for children and workers;
24.7. directs the preparation, implementation and implementation of the annual plan of the Kindergarten-kindergarten, organizes and coordinates the activities of the Kindergarten-kindergarten to perform the assigned functions, performs the tasks, analyzes and evaluates the activities of the Kindergarten-kindergarten, material and intellectual resources;
24.8. issue orders, control their execution;
24.9. establishes commissions, working groups, methodological councils established by legal acts;
24.10. concludes a contract in the name of Lynch-Darjeeling to perform the functions of the Kindergarten;
24.11. organizes the custody and management of crèche-crèche documents in accordance with the procedure established by legal acts;
24.12. manage, use and dispose of the property, funds and disposables of the Kindergarten; takes care of intellectual, material, financial, informational resources, ensures their optimal management and use;
24.13. take care of the organization of methodological activities, professional development of employees, enable them to raise their qualification, the possibility for teachers and other pedagogical staff to attest and organize their certification according to the procedure established by the Minister of Education and Science of the Republic of Lithuania;
24.14. initiates the establishment of municipal institutions of kindergarten-kindergarten and encourages their activities;
24.15. cooperates with the parents (guardians) of the pupils, assistance to the child, the teacher and the kindergarten-providing institutions, territorial police, social services, health institutions, child rights protection agencies and other institutions working in the field of the protection of the rights of the child;
24.16. represents the kindergarten-kindergarten in other institutions;
24.17. may delegate part of its functions to the Deputy Director of the Kindergarten in accordance with the procedure established by legal acts;
24.18. performs other functions specified in legal acts and job description.
25. The director of the nursery-nursery school is responsible for compliance with the laws and other legal acts of the Republic of Lithuania in the nursery; for democratic management of Kindergarten-kindergarten, communicating with members of the community, proper performance of functions, implementation of the purpose and tasks of Kindergarten-kindergarten, results of nursery-kindergarten activities; for the good and effective implementation of the child's minimum care measures.
 
 
CHAPTER V
SOUTH-JUICE SELF

26. In the nursery-kindergarten there are the following self-governing institutions: Nursery-Nursery Council, Teachers Council.
27. The nursery-nursery council (hereinafter referred to as the council) is the highest self-governing institution of nursery-nursery. The Council brings together the parents (guardians), teachers, local community of the Nursery-kindergarten for the management of the nursery-kindergarten, helps to solve the relevant issues of the Nursery-kindergarten, to represent the director of the kindergarten-kindergarten.
28. The Council is elected for two years. Parents (guardians) are delegated in equal parts by the general meeting of parents, teachers - teachers' council, community representatives - meeting of nursery-kindergarten employees.
29. The Council shall meet at least twice a year. A meeting is legitimate if at least two thirds of the members are present. Decisions are adopted by a majority of those present. If the votes are distributed evenly, the decision is made by the chairman's vote. The director of the nursery can attend the meetings of the invited member at the Council meetings.
30. The Council is chaired by the President, elected by open vote at the first Council meeting.
31. The Council:
31.1. submit proposals regarding the strategic objectives, tasks and measures of implementation of the Nursery Nursery;

31.2. approve the Nursery-Kindergarten Strategic Plan, the Nursery-Kindergarten Annual Activity Plan, the Nursery-Kindergarten Internal Rules of Procedure, and other documents regulating the activities of the Nursery-kindergarten provided by the Director of the Nursery School;
31.3. submits proposals to the Director of the Kindergarten-kindergarten for changing or supplementing the provisions of the Kindergarten-kindergarten;
31.4. consider issues of use of nursery-kindergarten funds;
31.5. listen to the annual activity report of the Director of the Kindergarten-Kindergarten and make proposals to the director of the Kindergarten-kindergarten regarding the improvement of the activities of the Kindergarten-kindergarten;
31.6. provide proprietors with material for nursery-kindergarten;
31.7. discusses the initiatives of other nursery-school self-government institutions, parents (guardians) and community of nursery-kindergarten and submits proposals to the director of the Nursery-Kindergarten;
31.8. provides suggestions for the improvement of nursery-kindergarten work, the development of safe children's education and working conditions, and contributes to the formation of material, financial and intellectual resources of Kindergarten;
31.9. discusses questions given by the Director of the Kindergarten.
32. Council resolutions are lawful if they do not contradict the law.
33. The Council reports once a year on its activities to the community in Lynch-Nursery.
34. The Teachers' Council is a permanent institution of self-governance of nursery schools for the professional and general education of teachers. It consists of the Director of the Nursery-Kindergarten, all teachers working in the Nursery-kindergarten, health care professionals, educational assistants, and other persons directly involved in the education process.
35. Teacher Council:
35.1. initiates the processes of change of nursery school;
35.2. formulates and adjusts the goals and objectives of the activity;
35.3. participates in planning nursery school activities;
35.4. consider the implementation of activities and educational programs and the results of education;
35.5. discusses practical issues of implementation of education reform, practical ways of improving pedagogical activity, possibilities of pedagogical and subject competence development of teachers;
35.6. provides suggestions for teacher qualification improvement to the Nursery-Nursery Administration, Teacher Certification Commission;
35.7. solves other teachers' professional and general educational issues.
36. The Board of Teachers is headed by the Director of the Kindergarten.
37. Meetings of the Board of Teachers are convened by the Director of the Kindergarten. The meeting is legitimate if two thirds of the members of the Teachers' Council are present. The resolutions shall be adopted by a majority of the members present. If the votes are distributed evenly, the decision is made by the director's voice.
38. The Council of Teachers shall consider and adopt resolutions on the issues established by legal acts and provided by the Director of the Kindergarten.


CHAPTER VI
EMPLOYEE EMPLOYMENT, PAYMENT PROCEDURES AND ATTESTATION
 
39. Workers in nursery-kindergarten shall be admitted and dismissed from it in accordance with the Labor Code of the Republic of Lithuania, resolutions of the Government of the Republic of Lithuania and other legal acts regulating labor relations.
40. Nursery-nursery staff shall be paid for the work in accordance with the procedure established by the laws and other legal acts of the Republic of Lithuania.
41. The director of the nursery-kindergarten, the deputy director for education, the teachers, the specialists providing educational assistance shall be certified and upgraded according to the procedure established by the laws of the Republic of Lithuania, resolutions of the Government of the Republic of Lithuania, orders of the Minister of Education and Science of the Republic of Lithuania.
CHAPTER VII
SURFACE-NUTRITION ASSETS, FUNDS, THEIR USE, CONTROL OF FINANCIAL ACTIVITIES AND SUPERVISION OF SEMI-CLEANER ACTIVITIES
 
42. The nursery-nursery manages and uses the property transferred by the trustee and disposes of it in accordance with the laws and the procedure established by the owner.
43. Nursery-kindergarten funds:
43.1. the funds allocated to the budget of the special purpose grants of the state budget and the budget of the owner allocated according to the approved estimates;
43.2. income from services rendered;
44.3. funds, organizations, other legal and natural persons by donated or otherwise legal means
funds transferred, funds for targeted purposes by orders;
43.4. other legal proceeds.
44. Nursery-kindergarten funds shall be used in the manner prescribed by legal acts.
45. Kindergarten-kindergarten performs financial and economic activities independently according to the procedure established by legal acts.
46. In the nursery-kindergarten, financial operations are carried out by a bookkeeper of kindergarten. Accounting is managed in accordance with the Law on Accounting of the Republic of Lithuania, Accounting Rules of Budgetary Institutions, Resolutions of the Government of the Republic of Lithuania and other legal acts.
47. Control of financial activities of nursery school is carried out in accordance with the rules of financial activity control approved by the order of the Director of Nursery School, minimum financial control requirements, approved by order of the Minister of Finance of the Republic of Lithuania and other legal acts.
48. Control over financial activities of nursery schools shall be exercised by institutions and owner authorized by the State Control of the Republic of Lithuania. The State Audit Office carries out state audit of nursery-kindergarten. Nursery-kindergarten activities and external financial audits are performed by Kaunas City Municipality Controller (Municipal Control and Audit Service). The internal audit of the nursery-kindergarten is carried out in accordance with the Law on Internal Control and Internal Audit of the Republic of Lithuania and other legal acts regulating internal audit.
 
 
CHAPTER VIII
FINAL PROVISIONS
 
49. The Nursery-Kindergarten Regulations approved by the Council shall be approved by the Kaunas City Municipality Council.
50. The regulations of the nursery-kindergarten shall be amended and supplemented by the initiative of the owner, the director of the nursery-kindergarten or the council.
51. The nursery-kindergarten has a website that complies with the legal requirements.
52. The nursery-kindergarten shall publish the announcements and information about its activities in public on the website or in the selected regional newspaper in the manner prescribed by legal acts.
53. Nursery-kindergarten shall be registered in the Register of Legal Entities according to the procedure established by legal acts.
54. The restructuring of the nursery-kindergarten structure is being carried out, the Lynch-Nursery is reorganized, reorganized or liquidated in the manner prescribed by legal acts.
 
Rita Noreikienė, Director of Kaunas Daycare Nursery “Žingsnelis”
COMPATIBILITY
Boards of the nursery school "Žingsnelis"
2014 April 16 meeting
Protocol (Protocol No 3)

KAUNAS LOCKER'S STEP BY STONE
COMMUNITY CODE OF ETHICS
 
I. GENERAL PROVISIONS
1. The Community Code of Conduct (hereinafter: "BEC") sets out the principles of universal human and professional ethics and the principles of moral conduct, which all teachers and employees commit themselves to.
2. BEK is designed to help nursery school teachers understand the problems of ethical behavior that can arise in work, relationships, public life, and help solve them.
3. BEK complements the provisions of the rights, duties and responsibilities of educators and employees, which are regulated in the Law on Education of the Republic of Lithuania, in the nursery-kindergarten regulations, internal and rules of procedure and other normative acts.
II. BASIC CONCEPTS
Ethics is the application of values that govern a person's behavior and actions.
Morality is the norms and principles that govern people's behavior.
Ethics of Teachers and Employees - Dora, duty, responsibility, creativity, honesty, justice, humanity, objectivity based on mutual and work relations, impeccable ethical behavior in public life.
Violation of ethical norms - act, action, behavior at work, in society, in mutual communication, causing controversial evaluations of co-workers, manifested in the Code of Ethics by ignoring, ignoring or violating moral behavioral norms, which blocks the community microclimate, disturbs the working mood and rhythm of work.
The problem of ethics is an improper decision or action taken in violation of ethical norms.
An ethical solution is a good, fair decision that does not contradict the majority of the public.
Conflict of Interest is a situation where an employee carries out his or her duties in the performance of his or her duties and makes decisions related to his or her private interests.
A private employee's interest is a property or non-pecuniary interest of the employee.
Public interests of the state (state) are the interest of society (state). The public expects the employee to look at the job as a vocation.
Competence is a functional ability to adequately perform certain activities, to have sufficient knowledge, skills and energy.
Value - ideas and beliefs that shape a person's condition or behavior.
Tolerance - tolerant respect for other opinions, attitudes, beliefs, beliefs.
III. OBJECTIVES AND TASKS OF THE CODE
4. The purpose of BEK to define the limits of tolerance in the relations between nursery-kindergarten members, to highlight the behavior to be avoided from the point of view of academic ethics.
5. Help existing and newly recruited educators to better understand, maintain and nurture key academic values: justice, honesty, respect for man, tolerance, professional, scientific and civic responsibility.
6. Promote the awareness of educators and employees that the ethical aspect is an important part of any business decision, an important prerequisite for increasing public confidence in kindergarten activities.
7. To help the institution's teachers and staff to assess and address specific situations in academic life where ethical issues arise.
8. One of the most important goals is the importance of a preventive role in the manifestation of unethical behavior.
IV. MAIN PRINCIPLES OF ETHICS AND REQUIREMENTS FOR ACTIVITY ETHICS
9. Teachers and employees undertake to actively support the aims of nursery school, to represent the school's internal and external life, to represent its name in Lithuania and abroad.

10. Assess objectively, on the basis of scientific methods, the work and efforts of others, unlocking untapped potential, collegial counseling and helping each other.
11. To perform the functions specified in the job descriptions in a timely, careful and professional manner.
12. To seek higher competence in pedagogical and scientific-applied work, to be interested in scientific innovations in their field.
13. Promote respectful relationships with each community member of self-governing institutions (school board, parental council and others).
14. Follow the principle of different gender equality, be tolerant to other opinions, representatives of other nationalities, races, religious and political beliefs.
15. Understand that academic ethics violates:
15.1.collective discrimination against participation in political, social, cultural or sports activities;
15.2. unfair professional competition between colleagues, participation in unscrupulous transactions, concealment of information for all educators, escalation of tiny conflicts and intrigue;
15.3. the teacher's disrespectful answer about the pedagogical abilities and personal qualities of a non-participating colleague;
15.4. when confidential information about colleagues is disclosed or publicly discussed (wages, career intentions, personal affairs, etc.).
16. When awarding a pedagogical title, award, and recognition of a colleague's activity, only the assessment of the submitted work and the professional qualities of the candidate, one personal relationship, shall be used.
17. In the relationship between teachers and employees, saying truth, publicity, defending truth, friendliness and goodwill are one of the most important ethical principles of a member of the nursery school "Zingsnelis".
18. When dealing with conflict situations, behave in a tolerant, open, objective and self-critical manner. Listen to the arguments of all sides and look for the most objective solution.
19. Understand that academic freedom contradicts:
19.1. intolerance to other colleagues' opinion and reasoned criticism;
19.2. ignoring the right to respond to criticism or accusations;
19.3. deliberate restriction or ignorance of the views expressed by teachers and parents of children about decisions taken by the community for significant community decisions.
20. To use and use the assets of the institution, material resources, use of states, sponsors, investors' funds in the responsible and responsible use of the institution's objectives, tasks and obligations. This provision violates:
20.1. use of material and financial resources of an institution for political activity, private business or personal needs;
20.2. abuse of the institution's resources for projects or other activities;
20.3. devastating property of colleagues - malicious or negligent.
21. Members of the Appeals and Dispute Commission of the Institution shall, in accordance with their responsibilities, seek publicity to deal with requests, complaints, statements, personal prejudices, exercise their powers of discretion, make use of impartial decisions, and exercise their official position.
22. To support and develop children's freedoms and rights, to promote collegial exchange of creative ideas, to develop interinstitutional and international relations.
23. Every educator and employee can and must, without fear, but correct and benevolent, raise the existing injustice to the public, it must be properly understood, only as an attempt to improve the climate of professional ethics in the community.
24. Each member of the institution must assume part of the responsibility for the smooth running of the institution, be guided by the public interest of the community, avoid conflicts of public and private interests.

25. Respect and actively contribute by fostering existing and creating new community traditions.
V. TRAINING AND WORK ETHICS
26. In communicating and collaborating in the subject area, educators and employees should be competent, cultural, humane, correct, demanding for themselves and others. Control and suppress your personal traits such as nervousness, non-control, emotional suffocation, and so on.
27. Pedagogues must express categorical intolerance to child dishonesty, violation of behavioral norms, and harsh, insulting, but demanding. The assessment of children's knowledge and skills must be fair, fair, consistent with the goals of the child's individuality.
28. The requirement or acceptance of direct or indirect gifts, non-academic services which are not directly related to the training course, from the parents of the children, is considered unethical behavior.
29. Do not insist on personal information from the child in group discussions, the more it relates to the presentation of such information with the assessment of knowledge.
30. Confidentiality is undermined by the disclosure (disclosure) of confidential information to third parties, discussion with other employees in the absence of a specific basis (legal basis, benefit to the child or expected damage to others).
31. The use of private information about a child without the consent of his or her parents as a teaching or research material is not permitted.
32. Inappropriate, inappropriate criticism of a colleague's work and deliberate degradation due to personal antipathy, competition, political or other motives not related to the professionalism of the scientific and methodological work being assessed.
VI. ADOPTION AND IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CODE
33. A prerequisite for the adoption of the CEFR is the public consideration of its project so that it is accepted as a commitment rather than an obligation.
34. The adopted BEK is published to the community of the kindergarten “Žingsnelis”.
35. The community of nursery school "Steps" is committed to respecting the BEC and taking care of its effectiveness.
36. Supervision of the execution of BEK is carried out by an ethics commission made up of 3 employees of the institution.
37. The Ethics Commission carries out its work in accordance with the approved Rules of Procedure of the Ethics Commission, approved by the Director of the Kindergarten-Kindergarten “Zingsnelis”.
38. Penalties for violations of the ethics of teachers in relation to the gravity of the offense - measures of moral influence (eg note, warning, disclosure of the evaluation, etc.). Decisions of the Code of Ethics Commission for the Supervision of the Code are of a recommendatory nature in the decision on the extension of the employment contract, the appointment of the employee to a higher position, the certification for the higher qualification category, and during internal certification and other cases.
39. The BEC cannot foresee all cases of disrespect for recognized pedagogical values, therefore the Ethics Commission, when dealing with specific statements on ethically inappropriate behavior, has to decide in case of unforeseen circumstances of the Teachers' Ethics Code whether a particular action is compatible with the fundamental ethical values recognized by the Teacher's Ethics Code, or can be tolerated. .
40. The BEC as a consensus of the school community on certain provisions of behavioral behavior must maintain ethical concerns, encourage reflection, debate on ethical issues and ways of resolving them.
41. The BEC may be supplemented by a joint agreement between the staff of the institution, requiring 1/3 of community members.
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COMPATIBILITY
Boards of the nursery school "Žingsnelis"
2014 December 18 meeting
by protocol (meeting No 2)

 
APPROVED
Kaunas Day nursery “Steps”
Director in 2018 May 15
by Order no. V-79
 
RULES FOR PERSONAL DATA PROCESSING IN KAUNAS STOP-JACKET
 
 
CHAPTER I \ t
GENERAL PROVISIONS
 
1. The purpose of personal data processing in Kaunas Day nursery “Žingsnelis” (hereinafter referred to as “the Rules”) is to regulate personal data processing and protection requirements, as well as basic technical and organizational measures of personal data processing, data subject's rights implementation and data protection in Kaunas crèche. "Step step" (hereinafter referred to as "Kindergarten").
2. Personal data shall be processed in the nursery-kindergarten in accordance with:
2.1. The Law on Budgetary Institutions of the Republic of Lithuania;
2.2. The Law on Education of the Republic of Lithuania;
2.3. Law on Legal Protection of Personal Data of the Republic of Lithuania;
2.4. 2016 April 27 Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data and repealing Directive 95/46 / EC (hereinafter referred to as Regulation (EU) 2016/679) and its implementing legislation;
2.5. The Civil Code of the Republic of Lithuania;
2.6. The Code of Civil Procedure of the Republic of Lithuania;
2.7. The Labor Code of the Republic of Lithuania;
2.8. The Republic of Lithuania Code of Administrative Offenses;
2.9. Government of the Republic of Lithuania April 5 by Decree no. 254 "On Approval of Description of Procedure for Evaluation of Activities of Employees of State and Municipal Institutions".
2.10. General requirements for organizational and technical security measures for personal data, approved by the Director of the State Data Protection Inspectorate in 2008. November 12 by Order no. 1T-71 (1.12) on General Requirements for Organizational and Technical Data Protection Measures for Personal Data Security (hereinafter referred to as General Requirements for Organizational and Technical Data Protection Measures for Personal Data);
2.11. these Rules.
2.12. Document management and accounting rules.
3. Terms used in the Rules:
3.1. "Personal data" means any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person (data subject); a natural person whose identity can be identified is a person whose identity can be identified, directly or indirectly, in particular by means of an identifier such as name, personal identification number, location data and Internet identifier or by one or more physical, signs of physiological, genetic, mental, economic, cultural or social identity;
3.2. 'Data controller' means the natural or legal person, public authority, agency or other body which alone or jointly with others determines the purposes and means of the processing; where the purposes and means of processing such data are determined by Union or Member State law, the controller or the specific criteria for its designation may be determined by Union or Member State law;
3.3. 'Data processor' means the natural or legal person, public authority, agency or other body which processes personal data on behalf of the controller;
3.4. Recipient - a natural or legal person, public authority, agency or other body to which personal data are disclosed, whether a third party or not. However, public authorities which, under Union or Member State law, may obtain personal data in the course of a particular investigation shall not be considered as recipients of the data; while processing those data, those authorities shall comply with data protection rules consistent with the purposes of the applicable data processing;
3.5. Data processing - any operation or sequence of transactions performed by automated or non-automated means with personal data or personal data sets, such as collection, recording, sorting, systematizing, storing, adapting or altering, extraction, access, use, disclosure, forwarding, distribution or other the means by which they can be accessed, as well as collation or interconnection with other data, restriction, erasure or destruction;
3.6. Specific personal data / (Regulation (EU) 2016/679 - Special categories of personal data) - Data relating to the racial or ethnic origin of a natural person, political, religious, philosophical or other beliefs, trade union membership, health, sex life, etc. as well as information about a person's criminal record, genetic and biometric data.
3. Other terms used in the Rules correspond to the terms used in the Personal Data Protection Law and Regulation (EU) 2016/679.
4. In case of changes in the provisions of the legal acts or recommendation-type documents mentioned in the Description, the relevant provisions of the wording of the relevant legal acts or recommendation-type documents shall apply.

 

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Максимальное количество символов: 5000

5. Personal data shall be processed in manually structured files and / or automatically.
 
CHAPTER II
PRINCIPLES FOR PERSONAL DATA PROCESSING
 
6. The following principles shall apply to the nursery-kindergarten when handling personal data of employees:
6.1. personal data are processed lawfully, fairly, transparently and for the purposes defined in this policy;
6.2. process personal data in a targeted, well-defined, well-defined and legitimate manner and not further processed in a way incompatible with those purposes;
6.3. process personal data in a way that is accurate, up-to-date if necessary; take all reasonable steps to ensure that personal data which are not accurate, in accordance with the purposes for which they are processed, are promptly corrected, erased or suspended;
6.4. processing personal data only to the extent necessary to achieve the purposes for which the personal data of employees are processed;
6.5. personal data shall be kept in a form which permits identification of data subjects for no longer than is necessary for the purposes for which the data were collected and processed;
6.6. personal data shall be processed in such a way as to ensure adequate security of personal data by appropriate technical or organizational measures, including protection against unauthorized processing or unlawful processing and from unintentional loss, destruction or damage.
 
CHAPTER III
PERSONAL DATA PROCESSING OBJECTIVES
 
7. Personal data in the nursery-kindergarten for the following purposes:
7.1. personal data of applicants for nursery-nursery staff (passport or identity card number of the citizen of the Republic of Lithuania, date of issue, date of issue, institution which issued the document, date and number of registration of the document, name of the person, surname (s), personal code, date of birth) date, nationality, nationality, signature, address of residence, telephone number, e-mail address, photograph, description of life and activities, education and qualifications, special categories of personal data relating to criminal convictions, personal health, participation in political parties, Obligations; Obligations Information on Military Obligations; Information on Traineeships; Incentives and Awards; Information on Penalties) is processed for the purpose of tender (selection) organization, internal administration (personnel management, office management);
7.2. Personal data of current and former employees in the nursery-kindergarten (passport or identity card number of the citizen of the Republic of Lithuania, date of issue, date of issue, institution issuing the document, date and number of registration of the document; name of the person, surname (s); date of birth, nationality, nationality, photo, signature, address of the declared place of residence, address of the actual place of residence, telephone number (home and personal mobile), e-mail address, billing account number, personal social security number, war obligation, life and description of activities, specific categories of personal data related to health, convictions, commencement of pre-trial investigation, marital status, duties, data on admission (transfer), dismissal, education and qualifications, length of service, data on education, data about vacation, d arbo pay, allowances, information on working hours, individual work schedule; information on incentives and penalties, violations of job responsibilities; information on tasks and tasks performed, data on employee performance evaluation, participation in political party activities, participation in banned organization activities, date and number of registration of documents, severance payments, compensation, information related to dismissal for serious violation of work duties, professional ethics infringement, if three years have elapsed since the date of dismissal, information on the person's dismissal for breach of confidentiality, if five years have elapsed since the date of such decision, information and other personal data provided by the person and / or by whom Nursery-nursery school is bound by laws and other legal acts) for internal administration (personnel management, office management, use of material and financial resources, archiving);
7.3. A nursery-kindergarten can only process personal data of a candidate for employment or work related to the qualifications, professional abilities and subject-matter of the person, except in the cases specified by law.
7.4. A nursery-kindergarten can handle a candidate's job or work job and employee's personal data and personal data on convictions and criminal offenses when these personal data are necessary to verify that the person meets statutory job requirements or
7.8. The nursery-kindergarten provides personal data it manages to third parties, upon request (in the case of a one-time personal data collection) or under a personal data supply agreement (in the case of multiple personal data collection), which meet the requirements of Article 6 of the Law on Legal Protection of Personal Data. Personal data are provided to third parties only in the cases and according to the procedure established by laws and other legal acts:
7.8.1. personal data submitted for the purpose of processing a complaint, request or notification by individuals who have submitted a complaint, request or notification - to legal and natural persons, where such documents contain personal data - to legal and natural persons only with the consent of the employee;
7.8.2. personal data of persons who have filed a complaint, a request or a notice to the Nursery-Kindergarten, and personal data of the controllers (natural persons) for the purpose of reviewing the legality of the decision taken in the nursery-kindergarten - for the courts;
7.8.3. Personal data of nursery-kindergarten employees: for the purpose of administration of social insurance tax - to the State Social Insurance Fund Board under the Ministry of Social Security and Labor, for the purpose of tax administration - to the State Tax Inspectorate under the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Lithuania, if the personal data of the employees are provided to the municipality - specify the purpose;
7.8.4. other third parties who are obliged by law or other legal acts to provide personal information to Lynch-Kindergarten.
 
CHAPTER IV
DUTIES OF PERSONAL DATA MANAGER
 
8. The manager of personal data processed in nursery-kindergarten is Kaunas kindergarten “Žingsnelis”, legal entity code 191643637, address Rasytės g. 67, LT-48131Kaunas, who:
8.1. ensure the exercise of the rights of the data subject and fulfill the obligations of the controller as set out in the General Requirements for Organizational and Technical Security Measures for Personal Data and other legal acts regulating the processing of personal data;
8.2. designate the person (s) responsible for the processing of personal data in the nursery;
8.3. prepare legislation on the protection and management of personal data, review the Rules at least once every two years and initiate amendments as necessary;
8.4. carry out a risk assessment on the processing of personal data at least once every two years, draw up a report and, if necessary, take measures to eliminate or reduce the risk;
8.5. organizes training of personnel responsible for the processing of personal data and training in the area of legal protection of personal data.
 
CHAPTER V
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS FOR PERSONAL DATA PROCESSING
 
8. The nursery-nursery shall implement the organizational and technical security measures for personal data specified in the Rules to protect personal data from accidental or unlawful destruction, alteration, disclosure or any other unlawful processing.
9. The data subject shall inform the Kindergarten in writing about his / her personal data. Based on the data subject's written report, the data is revised. Notification of changed personal data is placed in a personal file.
10. When exchanging personal data (documents containing personal data or copies thereof) for the staff of the Kindergarten, personal data (documents containing personal data or copies thereof) shall be transmitted to the newly recruited and assigned staff for the purpose of processing the transfer.
11. Personal data (documents containing personal data or copies thereof) shall be stored in dedicated premises (lockers, safes, etc.). Personal data (documents containing personal data, or copies thereof) may not be stored in a visible place accessible to anyone without access to unauthorized persons.
12. Personal data (documents containing personal data or copies thereof) contained on external data media and electronic mail shall be deleted immediately after their use and / or transfer to storage sites, but no later than within 3 working days.
13. The terms of storage of personal data (documents containing personal data or copies thereof) shall be established in accordance with the documentation plan approved by the Director of Kaunas Kindergarten “Žingsnelis”. Personal data (documents containing personal data or copies thereof) shall be kept for no longer than is necessary for the purposes of the processing. Where personal data (documents containing personal data or copies thereof) are not necessary for the purposes of their processing, the staff responsible for processing personal data shall forward them to the employee (to be specified) who is responsible for the destruction of the documents and personal data (documents, \ t containing personal data or copies thereof) shall be destroyed.
14. Documents containing personal data and copies thereof must be destroyed in such a way that they cannot be reproduced and identified.
15. Passwords with a password must be used on computers containing personal data.

16. Access to personal data may only be granted to personnel responsible for the processing of personal data or for whom such data are necessary for the performance of their functions.
17. Personal data may only be performed for which rights have been granted to employees.
18. Employees handling personal data of data subjects must:
18.1. to comply with the essential requirements for the processing and security of personal data contained in the Personal Data Protection Law, Regulation (EU) 2016/679, the Rules and other legislation;
18.2. comply with the confidentiality principle and keep confidential any personal data that they have accessed in the exercise of their functions, unless such information is made available to the public in accordance with the applicable legislation (the obligation to protect the confidentiality of personal data remains valid at the end of the employment relationship in the nursery-kindergarten);
18.3. not to disclose, transmit or create access to personal data by any means whatsoever to any person not authorized to process personal data;
18.4. immediately notify a Nursery-kindergarten employee who performs the functions of compliance with the legal protection of personal data in the Nursery-kindergarten, about any suspicious situation that may endanger the security of personal data processed in Nursery-kindergarten. In the event of a personal data breach, a Nursery-kindergarten employee who fulfills the requirements of the legal protection of personal data in the Nursery-kindergarten, assesses the risk factors, the degree of damage, the damage and the consequences, and submits proposals to the Director of the Nursery-Kindergarten on a case-by-case basis for the necessary measures. data protection breach and its consequences;
18.5. to comply with the other requirements of the Rules and the legal acts regulating the protection of personal data.
19. A nursery-kindergarten employee who performs the functions of control of the legal protection of personal data in the Kindergarten-kindergarten, employees, who manage personal data, shall present these Rules with signing or otherwise (proof of access must be ensured).
20. Employees handling personal data must sign a pledge of confidentiality (Annex). The signed pledge is stored in a personal file.
21. Employees lose the right to process personal data of data subjects when the employment relationship with the Kindergarten is over or when they are entrusted with non-processing functions.
 
CHAPTER VII
RIGHTS OF DATA SUBJECTS
 
22. The data subject shall have the right of access to his or her personal data and how they are processed. The data subject has the right to receive information from which sources and what personal data he has collected, for what purpose they are processed, to which recipients of data and to whom they have been provided for at least the last 1 year.
23. The data subject shall have the right to demand the rectification, destruction of his personal data or the suspension of the processing of his personal data, except for storage, where the data are processed in breach of the provisions of the Law on Legal Protection of Personal Data of the Republic of Lithuania and / or other laws of the General Data Protection Regulation:
23.1. if the data subject, having knowledge of his or her personal data, determines that his / her personal data are incorrect, incomplete or inaccurate, and in writing contact the Kindergarten, the nursery shall immediately, but no later than within 5 working days, check the personal data and correct it incorrect, incomplete, inaccurate personal data and / or suspension of the processing of such personal data, except storage;
23.2. if the data subject, having knowledge of his or her personal data, determines that his / her personal data are being processed illegally, unfairly, and applies to the Kindergarten-Kindergarten, he / she shall immediately, but not later than within 5 working days, check the lawfulness of the processing of personal data; integrity and immediately destroy personal data collected unlawfully and fraudulently, or suspend the processing of such personal data, except for storage;
23.4. At the request of the data subject, the nursery-kindergarten, by suspending the processing of its personal data, shall store the personal data whose processing operations are suspended until they are corrected or destroyed (at the request of the data subject or at the end of the data retention period). Other processing operations with such personal data may only be carried out:
23.4.1. for the purpose of proving the circumstances which led to the suspension of the processing operations;
23.4.2. if the data subject consents to the further processing of his personal data;
23.4.3. if the rights or legitimate interests of third parties are to be protected;
23.4.4. The nursery-kindergarten shall, without delay, not later than within 5 working days, inform the data subject of the rectification, destruction or suspension of personal data processing performed at his request;
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23.4.6. if the Nursery-kindergarten has doubts about the correctness of the personal data provided by the data subject, it shall suspend the processing of such personal data, verify and revise the data. Such personal data are only used for verifying their correctness;
23.4.7. The nursery-kindergarten immediately, but not later than within 5 working days, informs the data recipients of the personal data corrected or destroyed at the request of the data subject, and the suspended personal data processing activities.
24. In order to exercise the data subject's right to object to the processing of his personal data, the nursery-kindergarten shall apply to the data subject in writing and set a time limit within which the data subject has the right to express his disagreement.
25. If the data subject's disagreement is legally justified, Lullaby-Kindergarten shall immediately terminate the processing of personal data, except in the cases provided by law, and shall inform the data recipients.
26. If the data subject fails to provide written notice of refusal to process his or her personal data within the time limit set by the Nursery School, the data subject shall be deemed not to have exercised his / her right to object to the processing of his / her personal data.
27. At the request of the data subject, Kindergarten-Kindergarten shall notify the data subject in writing of the termination of his or her personal data processing activities or the refusal to terminate the processing of the data, stating the reasons.
 
CHAPTER VIII
SUBMISSION OF AN APPLICATION FOR DATA SUBJECTS
 
28. In order to exercise their rights, data subjects must submit a written application in person, by post or by courier, or by electronic means to the Kindergarten-Kindergarten.
29. The application shall be legible, signed by the person, shall contain the name, surname, place of residence, contact details of the data subject and information on the rights specified in paragraphs 22-24 of the Rules and to what extent the data subject wishes to implement.
30. When submitting a request, the data subject must confirm his / her identity:
30.1. by submitting a written request to a Nursery-Kindergarten employee who registers the application, must submit an identity document;
30.2. by submitting a request by post or by courier, together with a copy of the identity document certified by a notary or a copy of this document approved by another procedure prescribed by legal acts;
30.3. by submitting an application by electronic means, sign it by electronic signature.
31. The data subject may exercise his / her rights in the nursery-nursery himself or through a representative.
32. If a representative of the person is contacting the Nursery-Kindergarten on behalf of the data subject being represented, he shall indicate in his application his / her name, surname, place of residence, contact details, as well as the name, place of residence, information of the person represented And the extent to which the data subject is entitled to exercise, and attach a document certifying representation or a copy thereof. The request submitted by the representative shall comply with the requirements of Paragraphs 28 and 30 of these Rules.

CHAPTER IX
ANALYSIS OF THE APPLICATION FOR DATA SUBJECTS
 
33. The nursery-kindergarten request of the data subject, which is submitted in violation of the requirements set out in Paragraphs 28–32 of these Rules, shall not be considered unless the Director of the Kindergarten decides otherwise. The reasons for refusing to examine the application shall be communicated in writing to the applicant by the Lynx-Kindergarten.
34. An application complying with the requirements of the Rules shall be examined and implemented by the Kindergarten-Kindergarten, except in the cases provided for by law where it is necessary to ensure: \ t
34.1. public order, prevention or investigation of criminal offenses;
34.2. prevention, investigation and detection of violations of professional or professional ethics;
34.3. protection of the rights and freedoms of the data subject or of other persons.
35. The data subject's request for his / her data subject's rights as a data subject in the Kindergarten, who performs the functions of control of the legal protection of personal data in the Nursery-kindergarten, shall examine and submit the response no later than within 30 calendar days of the data subject's request.
36. The data subject's request to exercise his / her rights as a data subject in the Nursery-Kindergarten shall be examined and the response to the data subject shall be submitted no later than within 30 calendar days from the date of the data subject's request. The reply to the data subject shall be provided in the official language in the manner chosen by the data subject (by registered letter, in person or by electronic means). The nursery-kindergarten cannot, for objective reasons, submit a response to the data subject in the manner it chooses, by means of a registered post.
37. The nursery-kindergarten refusing to comply with the data subject's request to exercise his rights as a data subject shall provide the data subject with the reasons for such refusal.
38. The data subject may complain to the Nursery-Kindergarten (inactivity) concerning the exercise of the data subject's rights by the State Personal Data Protection Inspectorate in accordance with the requirements laid down in Article 77 (1) of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 and in Article 23 of the Law on Legal Protection of Personal Data. terms.
39. The rights of the data subject in the nursery school are implemented free of charge.
40. The nursery-school ensures that all necessary information is provided to the data subject in a clear and understandable way.
41. In implementing the rights of the data subject, the nursery-kindergarten shall ensure that the right to inviolability of private life is not violated by other persons.
 
CHAPTER VIII
FINAL PROVISIONS
 
42. The Rules shall be updated (reviewed, amended, supplemented, drawn up) at least once a year or upon the change of legislation governing the processing of personal data.
43. Employees who are responsible for the processing of personal data or the functions performed by employees make it possible to obtain personal data and must comply with the requirements for processing of personal data set forth in these Rules.
44. A nursery-kindergarten employee who performs the functions of control of the legal protection of personal data in the Nursery-kindergarten performs a risk assessment of the processing of personal data at least once every two years and submits the report to the Director of the Nursery-Kindergarten.
45. Rules are published on the nursery-intranet site.
46. Employees shall be liable for violation of the Rules provided for in the laws of the Republic of Lithuania.