1 TC GENERAL PUBLIC AND ORGANIZATIONAL RELATIONS 9001 Goals and Objectives 9010 Public Information Programs Public s Right to Know School-Sponsored Information Media Hazardous Materials or Conditions 9020 News Media Relations News Releases News Conferences and Interviews 9100 Board-Community Relations Community Involvement in Decision-Making Community Activities and Performances 9170 Solicitations 9230 School Volunteers 9250 Use of School Facilities Fees and Rental Charges Lease Arrangements Gymnasium and Cafeteria Buildings and Grounds Services 9300 Smoking, School Premises and Functions 9350 Public Gifts 9370 Free Materials Distribution in Schools Political Campaign Materials Teaching About Religion and the Bible Special Interest Materials Advertising in the Schools Use of Religious Materials Distribution of Religious Materials 9400 Visitors to the Schools 9400 Patron/Parent/Guardian Visitors to the Schools 9450 Complaints About Policies About Curriculum About Instructional Materials About School Facilities and Services About School Personnel 9470 Loitering
2 TC Relations with Other School Districts 9530 School-Community Program 9540 School-General Government Relations 9570 Relations with Law Enforcement and Investigating Authorities 9600 Relationship with Planning Authorities 9610 Relationship with Zoning Agencies 9620 Relationship with Political Organizations 9670 Relations with Federal Government Authorities 9710 Relations with Parent/Guardian Organizations 9720 Parent/Guardian and School Partnerships 9730 Relationship with Booster Organizations 9820 Relationship with Intermediate District 9830 Colleges and Universities 9840 Student Teaching and Internships 9900 Education Research Agencies 9920 School Accreditation 9950 State Education Agency Relations
3 9001 Goals and Objectives 9001 The Board seeks to establish a satisfactory working relationship with all governmental, educational and private agencies having an interest in the operation of all public schools and whose goals are compatible with those of the District. Approved: 10-99
4 9001 School-Community Relations 9001 The Board recognizes its responsibility to educate and inform the public on educational programming, school issues, mission and goals of the District. Further, the Board acknowledges its responsibility to assess the public opinion of the Pontiac school/community and to use this information to ensure that the District operates with the positive support of its students, parents/guardians and community. Public participation in educational decision-making is encouraged. The Board further encourages the community to assume the responsibility of seeking out the information that the Board makes available. Educational public relations are a planned and systematic two-way process of communication between the Board and the public. Its program serves to stimulate a better understanding of the role, objectives, accomplishments and needs of the organization. Educational public relations is a management function which interprets public attitudes, identifies the policies and procedures of an individual organization with the public interest and executes a program of action to encourage public involvement and to earn public understanding and acceptance. The Board shall, through its staff: Keep the citizens of the District regularly informed through available channels of communication on policies, programs, problems, and planning of the school system; To invite the advice and counsel of the District citizens; and To solicit input of the District citizens through advisory committees selected from the community and appointed by the Board. The Board seeks to establish a satisfactory working relationship with all governmental, educational and private agencies having an interest in the operation of all public schools and whose goals are compatible with those of the District. Approved: 10-99
5 9010 Public Information Program 9010 The Board accepts full responsibility for keeping the general public informed about the function and operation of the District. Public s Right to Know All decisions of the Board shall be made in public with full opportunity extended to citizens to be heard prior to the making of these decisions. Closed sessions shall be held to a minimum and only for specific reasons as provided by current law. School-Sponsored Information Media The Board shall issue a newsletter to all patrons of the District containing information about the operation and activities of the schools. Hazardous Materials or Conditions The Superintendent shall be responsible for informing the public about any hazardous materials or conditions in the District under the provision of the Michigan Public Health Code. The implementation of the public information program of the District shall be the responsibility of the Superintendent. Approved: 10-99
6 9010-R Public Information Program 9010-R School-Sponsored Information Media The Superintendent shall be responsible for the content of all District newsletters, bulletins, and special publications and such other District-sponsored information media that he/she deems necessary. Building Principals may publish and distribute a newsletter or other publication designed for the parents/guardians of that particular school. Copies of such publications shall be forwarded to the Superintendent for distribution to Board members. Public s Right to Know Guidelines to be used in the disposition of request for information: The following statements have been developed in order to provide supervisors with information sufficient to enable them to respond to requests for information under the Freedom of Information Act. A. Generally, personal information about individual staff members is exempt from disclosure. The names and salaries of public employees are subject to disclosure under Michigan law. Exempt from disclosure is certain personal information such as addresses, number of dependents, charitable contributions, telephone numbers, and other information where the interests of personal privacy are greater than the public benefit which would accrue through disclosure of the information. B. Memoranda, other communications, and notes are exempt from disclosure only if they contain personal information about an individual or if they cover other than purely factual materials and are preliminary to a final agency determination of policy or action. C. Disclosure of information pertaining to individual students is governed by the provisions of the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).
7 9010-R Public Information Program 9010-R-2 D. With the exception of a very limited number of items of a personal nature, final budget and financial records and files are not exempt from disclosure. E. Information pursuant to a meeting of the Board which is closed to the public is exempt from disclosure. F. Information within the attorney-client privilege is exempt. G. Communications involving strategy, proposals, and other materials directly pertinent to the negotiation process are exempt from disclosure. H. If a record contains both exempt and non-exempt material, the material must be separated, if possible, and the non-exempt matter made available for examination and copying. I. Test questions and answers, scoring keys, and other examination instruments or data are exempt from disclosure. J. Policies, rules, regulations, operational directives, handbooks, guidelines, procedural manuals, and forms are not exempt from disclosure. K. Service Costs: Fees sufficient to cover costs of providing services under the Freedom of Information Act shall be assessed. The amount of the fees shall be determined by the expressed formula for such fees included in the Freedom of Information Act. Implementing Public s Right to Know Policy The following administrative procedure will be used to implement the requirements of the Freedom of Information Act: 1. Following a request for information under the Freedom of Information Act, administrators will send a copy of the request to the office of the Superintendent or the Board appointed designee with a date and time stamped on the request. 2. The administrator within five business days will do one of the following:
8 9010-R Public Information Program 9010-R-3 A. Grant the request as required by the Freedom of Information Act and Board policy. B. Issue a written notice to the requesting person denying the request consistent with policy and law. C. Grant the request in part and issue a written notice to the requesting person denying the request in part consistent with policy and law. D. Under unusual circumstances, issue a notice extending for not more than 10 business days the period during which a response will be made to the request. E. Give written notice to the requester that the information or documents requested do not exist. F. Prepare the statement of fees consistent with law and policy and collect such before the information is released to the requester. Have the requester acknowledge in writing receipt of information. Monies collected must be receipted with school District Treasurer. G. Send to the office of Superintendent or the office of the Board appointed designee for filing copies of the information that were supplied to the requester.
9 9020 News Media Relations 9020 The Board shall cooperate fully with all responsible news media representatives in order that the public may be more fully informed about the operations of its schools. Approved: LEGAL REF: MCL a 9020-R News Media Relations 9020-R News Releases Routine news and information concerning school events and programs may be released to the media by or with the approval of the Superintendent. The Superintendent shall be responsible for preparing and distributing copies of all school news releases. School district employees shall observe the following procedures relative to releasing information to the news media: 1. In the event that a school district employee is approached by the news media concerning a feature story or program peculiar to that school district employee or building, he/she should discuss the opportunity with his/her administrator. The administrator should, in turn, inform and seek assistance from the Marketing & Public Relations office. 2. In the event that a school district employee wishes to initiate a feature story with the news media, he/she should discuss the opportunity with his/her administrator. The administrator should, in turn, inform and seek assistance from the Marketing & Public Relations office. 3. Under no circumstances should any school district employee distribute a news release on behalf of the school district or any division, department, or school in the district, without initial clearance from the Superintendent or the Marketing & Public Relations office. School district employees should feel free to distribute press releases that have been previously written and issued by the Superintendent or the Marketing & Public Relations office.
10 9020-R News Media Relations 9020-R-2 News Conferences and Interviews The Superintendent must pre-approve all news media conferences and interviews involving school district employees or students. All news conferences and interviews will be scheduled in such a manner that they do not disrupt the regular learning activities of the schools. School district employees shall observe the following procedures relative to news conference and interview opportunities: 1. Should a member of the news media (i.e. reporters representing newspaper, magazine, television, radio, Internet) contact any school district employee, the employee must, first, refer the media representative to the Superintendent or the Marketing & Public Relations office prior to issuing any comment or information. 2. Under no circumstances should private interviews be granted without explicit clearance from the Superintendent or the Marketing & Public Relations office. 3. School district employees have the right to personal contact with the news media relative to issues and events unrelated to the school district. Public Appearances The Superintendent must pre-approve all requests for representation by school district employees at events where the employees would speak or present information on behalf of the school district. School district employees shall observe the following procedures relative to public appearances: 1. In the event that a school district employee is asked to represent the school district or speak or present information on behalf of the school district at a professional, business, educational, civic, or charity event, the request should be cleared in advance by the Superintendent or the Marketing & Public Relations office. 2. School district employees should cooperate with the Marketing & Public Relations office in reviewing the opportunity to ensure that participation is beneficial to all parties involved.
11 9020-R News Media Relations 9020-R-3 Requests for Writing/Publications The Superintendent must pre-approve all public and private requests for employees to submit written statements on behalf of the school district. Written statements include white papers, reports, articles, opinion editorials, and quotes, or any other written document which would be published in a public medium. School district employees shall observe the following procedures relative to public requests for written presentation: 1. In the event that a school district employee receives a request for writing on behalf of the school district, the employee must clear the request in advance of compliance with the Superintendent or the Marketing & Public Relations office. 2. In the event that a school district employee wishes to initiate a written submission on behalf of the school district, the employee must clear the activity in advance with the Superintendent or the Marketing & Public Relations office.
12 9100 Board-Community Relations 9100 The Superintendent shall seek ways to involve citizens in the work of the school District and to stimulate citizens to know more about the schools. Community Involvement in Decision-Making The Board shall inform the community about, and may involve the citizens of the District in, the decision-making process. Ideas may be solicited from community citizens in curriculum, program design and delivery, policies, career development, citizenship, funding, and other matters, as the Board deems necessary. Community Activities and Performances The Board encourages all students to participate in community activities insofar as such activities do not conflict with their school duties. Approved: 10-99
13 9170 Solicitations 9170 All persons seeking to sell, solicit, or display an item relating directly to expenditures of District funds to any school employee on school premises must first secure permission from the building Principal or Superintendent before any appointment is made. All such appointments approved by the Superintendent or building Principal shall be held before or after regular school hours. All other solicitations of, or by, District employees are prohibited except where expressly approved by the Superintendent. The Board discourages all solicitations of and by staff members during regular school hours. The Board discourages all solicitations of and by students during regular school hours. Solicitations in Schools Except as approved by the building principal, commercial firms shall not be permitted to solicit students during school hours in attendance centers or on school grounds. Solicitations from organizations outside the school are forbidden. All special sales projects by students are subject to the approval of the Board. This policy shall include sale of advertising, magazines and merchandise. Commercial schools, colleges or other agencies shall be permitted to meet with seniors or solicit prospective students only when the building Principal approves the invitation and arrangements. Counseling of students relative to continuation of their schooling or to job placement by outside organizations shall be handled through the guidance department under the supervision of the guidance counselor.
14 9170 Solicitations Solicitation of Students Solicitation of students by anyone within the schools or on school grounds for any cause is prohibited. This prohibition includes the selling of tickets to students for any purpose or cause other than for a school sponsored activity. Solicitation by Students Solicitations by students within the schools or on school grounds for any cause is prohibited except as they relate to school-sponsored activities. Approved: 10-99
15 9170-R Solicitations 9170-R Agents, solicitors and salesmen shall not be permitted to take time of teachers or students from normal student or teaching activities. The students and faculty of the District shall not be used to promote commercial or private financial interests, either through direct sales or through promotion of competitive goods or services. This rule applies to those activities, promotions and sales originating outside the school. Exception to this rule as written above shall be made in the case of jointly sponsored school activities and school-sponsored parent/guardian-teacher activities. Materials and projects submitted for consideration under this rule must be made in writing to the Superintendent. Requests shall be considered in light of good taste, appropriateness and the proposal s direct contribution to the educational values in the school. Consideration shall be given at all times against unreasonably added work and responsibility for staff members. The Superintendent shall report any individuals or organizations violating the policy on solicitations to the Board. Violators may be denied further access to school premises by Board action. Solicitations of Staff Members All vendors must secure permission from the building Principal to interview a school employee on District property. If any vendor violates this procedure, he/she may be barred from making appointments with school employees. The Principal may also recommend to the Superintendent not to purchase products or other such items from said vendor. If a vendor violates Board policy and is subsequently barred from soliciting in the school system, the Superintendent shall send appropriate notices to each building principal.
16 9170-R Solicitations 9170-R-2 The notice will include the name of the vendor, his/her company and reasons for and length of the suspension. The Superintendent may bar a vendor from soliciting sales from District employees for a period of time not to exceed 12 months from the date of suspension. Said notice will be sent to the vendor in question and to his/her immediate employer. The rights of the vendor may be restored, at a time sooner, upon petition by the vendor to the Board.
17 9190 Interviews with Students 9190 Any representative of the news media seeking to interview any student during regular school hours must first gain the approval of the building principal or designated representative. Approved: R Interviews with Students 9190-R The building Principal shall regulate all interviews with students so that such interviews do not interfere with the educational activities of the students involved.
18 9230 School Volunteers 9230 The purposes of a school volunteer program are: 1. To increase the educational attainment of students; 2. To provide enrichment experiences beyond those that the school can provide; 3. To provide more effective utilization of teacher time and skills; 4. To give more individual attention to students who need it; and 5. To promote greater community involvement. General Principles Volunteers are assigned to a school only upon the request of the teacher or Principal. Volunteers serve only in an auxiliary capacity under the direction and supervision of certified school personnel. A volunteer is not a substitute for a member of the school staff, but does supply supplemental and supportive services. A volunteer does not have access to confidential files and records. Wherever possible, volunteers are assigned to the particular school where they wish to serve. The relationship between volunteers and the school staff should be one of mutual respect and confidence. All school volunteers work under the direction of the school staff and provide supportive services to them. Volunteers are not teachers; they assist teachers and will only be assigned to those staff members who request them. The volunteers shall never replace the paid school staff, nor will their presence mean that fewer paid staff members will be needed. Persons interested in volunteering time or services to the District should contact the building Principal for assignment.
19 9230 School Volunteers School volunteers serving in the District without financial compensation are bound by the policies, rules/ regulations and procedures of the District. They, as any other employee, are to be supervised by each building principal or other authorized school employees. Approved: 10-99
20 9230-R School Volunteers 9230-R General Guidelines Each school initiates and directs its volunteer program with the assistance and cooperation of the school volunteer program District advisor. The District advisor shall work closely with the Principal, staff and volunteer coordinator in the respective schools to recruit, train and place volunteers. Services offered by volunteers: 1. Service offered on a regularly scheduled basis; 2. Compiling the school newsletter, arranging transportation for field trips, supervising the playground or lunchroom, etc.; 3. Working on a one-to-one or small-group basis in the classroom; 4. Assisting the media specialist; 5. Assisting with the clerical load of the school; and 6. Assisting with the athletic program. The District advisor will emphasize the line that separates the certified instructional staff from the volunteers. The following instructional tasks are strictly certified staff responsibilities and not to be performed by volunteers: 1. Diagnosing student needs; 2. Prescribing instructional materials; 3. Selecting appropriate materials; 4. Counseling with students; 5. Evaluating student programs and achievement; and 6. Initiating or determining the why, the how, the where and the when of any instruction. The volunteer can be of considerable assistance in accomplishing some tasks; however, it is primarily the teacher s sole duty to initiate and direct such tasks.
21 9230-R School Volunteers 9230-R-2 The Role of the Principal It is the Principal s responsibility: 1. To determine the scope and nature of the volunteer program in the building; 2. To designate a staff member within the school to assist with the development of the program; 3. To acquaint the staff with the program (goals, services available, ways to use services effectively) with help of the volunteer coordinator and the District advisor; 4. To provide whatever orientation is necessary in the acceptance of volunteers by teachers, students and parents/guardians; 5. To provide orientation training, placement and evaluation of volunteers within the building with the assistance of the volunteer coordinator, staff and District advisor; 6. To provide orientation of school policies and procedures to the volunteers; 7. To provide access to the faculty lounge and cafeteria or provide them with similar space; 8. To provide space within the building for volunteer meetings, bulletin Boards, assignment box, materials, etc.; 9. To provide a sign-in, sign-out sheet for all volunteers; 10. To take responsibility for disseminating information to the volunteer coordinator, volunteers and professional staff; and 11. To explore possibilities of providing released time for teacher s initial involvement in the program. The Role of the School Staff Member A teacher should take part in the program only because the teacher has a desire to use the volunteer in an effective way; the teacher shall: 1. Make requests for volunteer services to the Principal;
22 9230-R School Volunteers 9230-R-3 2. Determine what specific duties a volunteer can perform in the particular classroom/department; 3. Write a short job description for each volunteer assignment and gives specific instructions when assigning tasks to a volunteer; 4. Help train and use volunteers in any way that will be helpful to the students; 5. Plan ahead to provide meaningful activities for volunteers; 6. Help volunteers feel comfortable among the staff and students; 7. Meet with volunteers to mutually assess the effectiveness of their services; and 8. Have the option to request the Principal to reassign any volunteer. Athletic Department Volunteers Upon the request of the Athletic Director, and with the approval of the Superintendent, volunteers may be used to assist in crowd control, locker room supervision, ticket selling and taking and other Athletic Department services that may be needed from time-to-time. Volunteers serving in such a capacity shall be authorized by the District to enforce the established rules and regulations of the District. Athletic Department volunteers shall be issued a vest, or other appropriate attire, identifying them as a volunteer. Specific training shall be given to such volunteers on appropriate methods and approaches to be used in supervising student behavior connected with athletic events.
23 9250 Use of District Facilities 9250 The Board shall encourage the utilization of District buildings and District grounds by properly organized and responsible groups. Such use of any District facility or District grounds, however, shall not interfere with the daily school student routine or any school-sponsored student activity. District facilities and equipment shall not be used or made available for political campaigns. The use of school facilities for school purposes has precedence over all other uses. Persons on school premises must abide by the District s conduct rules at all times. The Board directs the Superintendent or designee to develop rules to provide for the use of school facilities. Recognized bargaining units may use District facilities and equipment as outlined in the current negotiated master contract. Fees and Rental Charges The Board shall establish reasonable fees and/or rental charges for the use of any District facility or District grounds; such fees and/or rental charges shall cover costs of wages for any school personnel involved and utilities consumed. The fee and/or rental charges shall be adopted by the Board and shall be reviewed at least once each year. Lease Arrangements Any lease arrangement entered into by the Board shall conform to state law. Any such lease, however, shall not exceed one year, but the Board may extend any such lease if the Board shows good cause.
24 9250 Use of District Facilities Religious Accommodation in the Use of District Facilities The use of any District facility during the normal school day will not be allowed for prayer or religious purposes. This prohibition against religious use includes the use of District facilities by District personnel, patrons, churches or any other individual or groups of individuals. The use of District facilities or District grounds by churches of the community on a Sunday or other week night designated by the church as a worship night may be allowed by the Board on a temporary basis as is afforded community groups elsewhere in this policy. Gymnasium and Cafeteria The District s facilities may be rented to community groups who comply with established District policies and procedures. Religious groups are not allowed to use these facilities unless proper application is made with and approved by the Board. Buildings and Grounds Use of the buildings and grounds of the District by individual or outside organizations must be approved by the appropriate building Principal. Equipment Permission must be gained from the appropriate building Principal or immediate supervisor before any District equipment may be removed from the school grounds. The building Principal may authorize staff members to utilize District-owned equipment to develop software and associated documents outside of their work assignment, provided the development of the software is in the best interest of the District. Staff using District equipment and software shall be in compliance with all copyright laws.
25 9250 Use of District Facilities Recognized bargaining units may use District equipment as provided for in the current negotiated master contract. The Superintendent may authorize District employees to utilize District-owned equipment when available to develop software and associated documents outside of their work assignment, provided the development of said software is in the best interest of the District. Services A school custodian shall be on duty and shall have instructions to see that the building and equipment are properly cared for and used whenever non-school groups or individuals use any school facility. A school custodian may not be required when, in the opinion of the building Principal, it is not necessary. In this case, the sponsors and the Principal accept full responsibility for the building s use. Approved: LEGAL REF: MCL et seq.; OAG, , No 6460, p 167 (August 25, 1987); Lamb s Chapel v Center Moriches Union Free School District, 508 U.S. 384 (1993)
26 9250-R Use of District Facilities 9250-R Building administrators will have authority for the use of the facility during the regular school day. After regular school hours, the building administrator, in collaboration with the Superintendent, will facilitate the use of school facilities by community groups and volunteers for the benefit of students and the community within the constraints of available funds. 1. The following school functions and activities will be given first consideration for use of facilities: a. Functions that are an extension of school daytime programs (i.e., athletics, drama, and other student activities). b. Evening academic, vocational, and technical programs sponsored by the Board of Education. c. Parent/guardian/teacher association business meetings, parent/guardian/ teacher/student organizational meetings, or parent/guardian council business meetings. d. Special meetings called by the Board of Education, the Superintendent, or administrative staff. e. Uses for elections and meetings to explain school elections. f. Contractual agreements with employee groups. 1. Local non-profit groups (e.g., youth groups and neighborhood associations) not directly sponsored by the Board will be given reasonable consideration for use of facilities/grounds. 2. Non-local, non-profit or profit-making groups will be given consideration for use of facilities/grounds.
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