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KHA: PUBLIC SOLICITATIONS IN THE SCHOOLS

 

 

The School Committee will place limits on commercial activities and fund-raising activities in the schools for the following reasons:

 

1.         The school system should provide students, parents, and employees some measure of protection from exploitation by commercial and charitable fund-raising organizations.

 

2.         The school system should not give the public the impression of generally endorsing or sanctioning commercial and fund-raising activities.

 

3.         Commercial and fund-raising activities may disrupt school routine and cause loss of instructional time.

 

Following these guiding statements, the Superintendent and Principals may permit occasional commercial or fund-raising activities re­lated to the objectives of the schools with the following exceptions:

 

1.         No direct solicitation of students or employees may take place without School Committee permission.

 

2.         No general or class distribution of commercial or fund-raising literature may take place without the principal's approval and signature prior to submission to the School Committee.

 

For the purposes of this policy, local PTA and PTO groups and groups representing school system employees will be considered "school groups" and will be governed by the Committee's policy on staff solicitations.

 

 

SOURCE: MASC

 

LEGAL REF.:              M.G.L. 44:53A

 

CROSS REFS.:           GBEBC,  Staff Gifts and Solicitations

                                    JJE, Student Fund-Raising Activities

                                    JP,   Student Gifts and Solicitations

                                    KHB,   Advertising in the Schools

 

Adopted on:     April 24, 2008
Revised on:      December 8, 2011
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