In general, the Board wishes appropriate controls to be placed on fund-raising in the community by students for school activities. Especially discouraged should be the sale of goods produced by companies for profit, or fund-raising activities that compete unfairly with local businesses.
The following types of fund-raising are allowed:
1. Sale of tickets to scheduled athletic events and school drama and musical performances.
2. Sale of advertising space in school publications.
3. Proposals to raise funds for charitable purposes or of benefit to the school or community. Examples might be American Field Service Activities, United Nations or scholarship funds. In any case, such proposals must be individually approved by the superintendent.
No money collections of any kind may be held in the school without the specific consent of the administration.
Current practice codified 1978