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Fallbrook Union ESD |  AR  1321  Community Relations

Solicitation Of Funds From And By Students   

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All selling or soliciting activities must be approved at least 15 days before the activity. If the event involves a contract with a commercial vendor, the contract shall be reviewed by the Superintendent or designee.

In order to minimize interruptions to regularly scheduled instruction, staff shall limit fund-raising activities to appropriate time periods designated by the principal.

(cf. 6116 - Classroom Interruptions)

The principal or designee shall ensure that letters, pursuant to BP 1321, are sent to parents/guardians regarding all fund-raising activities.

In keeping with the concept that school-sponsored activities should raise social awareness as well as funds, at least one of each school's yearly fund-raisers shall be held for the benefit of a worthwhile humanitarian cause rather than to finance school trips or equipment.

No student shall be required to raise money or provide donations in order to participate in an activity sponsored by a school-related organization.

Grade level or school goals are encouraged. Prizes or rewards may be based on grade level, school goals, or individual recognition.

There will be no individual classroom fundraisers.

Students making solicitations on behalf of the school or for school-related projects are expected to be courteous and respectful towards all individuals and businesses, whatever the outcome of the solicitation may be.

Door-To-Door Sales

Students in grades K-8 shall not be involved in any door-to-door sales or solicitations.

Regulation FALLBROOK UNION ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DISTRICT

approved: May 4, 2009 Fallbrook, California

reviewed: September 6, 2011