KI Distributing Materials in Schools (See JHCA, JK and JR et seq.)
In accordance with rules adopted by the board, the superintendent reserves the right to refuse distribution to students any material by outside individuals or groups which creates a material or substantial interference with normal school activity or appropriate discipline in the operation of the school.
Materials Produced by Outside Groups–Including Religious Materials
The principal may establish rules and regulations which control the time, place and manner in which non-school/educational materials are displayed and disseminated in the building or on school property. No student shall be forced to participate in the distribution or receipt of any non-school materials in the schools.
Political Campaign Materials
The board encourages responsible use of political materials as part of the board-approved curriculum. No student shall be forced to participate in the distribution or receipt of any political materials.
Advertising in the Schools
No advertising for commercial purposes shall be permitted in the school buildings or on the grounds of the district without prior board approval. Advertising in student publications shall be regulated by rules and regulations developed by the superintendent. Advertising in the student publications may promote products by brand name. Ads promoting the sale of any controlled substance, drug paraphernalia or any other illegal material or activity are prohibited.KI Distributing Materials in Schools KI-2.
No mailing lists of students shall be given to individuals, organizations or vendors for the purpose of distributing materials.
Sample only: Adapt for Local Use
Distribution Rules: Non-School Materials USD 450
The following item/s may be distributed:
Time: On September 13th and 14th only between the hours of 3:15 and 3:30 p.m.
Place: In the commons area at a table set up for the purpose of distribution of approved materials.
Manner: The person distributing may stand next to the table on which materials are stacked. If a child walking by asks for one, the person may hand them a copy. No attempt shall be made to engage the child in dialogue concerning whether they accept or reject the material.
Representative of group or individual who produced the material
Approved: KASB Recommendation – 4/99; 3/00