Flyer & Poster Approval
New Requirement for 2016-17
Starting in August 2016, this disclaimer must be on any flyer/poster distributed/posted within Eastmont School District:
Eastmont School District does not sponsor or endorse this event/information nor does the district assume any liability for it. In consideration of the privilege to distribute materials, the Eastmont School District will be held harmless from any cause of action filed in any court or administrative tribunal arising out of the distribution of these materials, including costs, attorney’s fees and judgments or awards. El Distrito Escolar de Eastmont no patrocina ni aprueba este evento/información, ni asume el distrito responsabilidad por ello. En consideración del privilegio para distribuir materiales, el Distrito Escolar de Eastmont se mantendrá indemne de cualquier acción tomada en cualquier corte o tribunal administrativo a causa de la distribución de esta materia, incluyendo costos, cuota para abogados, juicios o premios.
Completed forms and a copy of the proposed flyer/poster can be:
- Dropped off at Eastmont Administration Office, 800 Eastmont Avenue, East Wenatchee
- Emailed directly to Brenda Mooney at email@example.com
- Faxed to (509) 884-4210
For questions, call 884-7169, press 0, and ask for Brenda Mooney.
SCHOOL BOARD POLICY NO. 4060
DISTRIBUTION OF MATERIALS
Distribution of Materials
The board recognizes that businesses and organizations may want to display or distribute materials in the school district advertising activities or contests that have social, recreational, or educational value for students and parents. All items for display or distribution must have contact information for the organization including phone, mailing address, and responsible person.
The preference is that materials are displayed and made available on public announcement boards or displays. Items for this type of distribution may be approved by the building principal.
If a group desires a document be sent home with students, the document must be approved by the Superintendent’s Office and must be in English and Spanish. The Superintendent’s Office may limit the number of times an organization can send documents home to twice a year.
Materials shall not:
- interfere with or inhibit classroom instruction or any school function
- promote the use of illicit drugs, alcohol, or tobacco
- promote hostility, disorder, or violence
- discriminate as described in Federal Title IX Guidelines
- be libelous
- be of a sexual nature
- proselytize or disparage religious beliefs
- promote or oppose any political candidate or cause