Application for use of school facilities shall be made to the facilities coordinator.
Professional fund raisers representing charities must provide evidence that the fund raiser:
A. Is recognized by the Philanthropic Division of the Better Business Bureau;
registered and bonded by the state of
C. Will give the charity at least sixty (60) percent of the gross revenues.
The superintendent shall develop and recommend to the board a fee schedule applicable for use of school facilities. The fee schedule shall be evaluated on a biennial basis.
Sponsoring organizations shall provide sufficient, competent adult and/ or special supervision, and the amount of adequate supervision shall be agreed upon at the time the authorization is issued.
Alcoholic beverages and illegal drugs shall not be permitted in school facilities or on school property at any time. Tobacco use is prohibited in school facilities and on school property.
All applicants for use of school facilities shall hold the district free and without harm from any loss or damage, liability or expense that may arise during or be caused in any way by such use or occupancy of school facilities. Also, in the event that property loss or damage is incurred during such use or occupancy, the amount of damage shall be decided by the superintendent and approved by the board and a bill for damages shall be presented to the group using or occupying the facilities during the time the loss or damage was sustained.
All applicants for use of school facilities shall maintain accident and liability insurance for persons using district facilities under the applicantís sponsorship in an amount not less than $50,000 due to bodily injury or death of one person or at least $100,000 due to bodily injury or death of two or more persons in any incident. If use of the districtís facilities is to be ongoing, the applicant shall provide evidence to the district once every thirty days that the insurance remains in effect.
The superintendent possesses the authority to make the decision on use of school facilities by a group. The group may appeal such decision to the board.
Because of the value of district's playing fields to the community's total recreational opportunity, the fields may be used by all residents. The use must be appropriate and compatible with each play field and its surrounding area. Such use shall not result in destruction, damages, or undue wear or pose a hazard to children or others. Activities that endanger others or cause damage to fields and lawns are restricted. Should damage to fields and lawns occur, the superintendent shall make reasonable effort to obtain restitution for the damage.
A custodian or other authorized staff member must be on the premises when any nonschool group is using school facilities or compliance with district insurance company recommendations regarding liability coverage.
All facility use must be approved by facility director using the appropriate form.