3260

Adoption Date: 11/23/1982, Revised: 7/19/1994; 6/20/00; 6/5/01; 9/17/02; 4/25/06; 3/7/17
3000 - COMMUNITY RELATIONS

PARTICIPATION BY THE PUBLIC
3260 BOOSTER ORGANIZATIONS

Booster clubs are organizations which are created and directed by adults in the community who wish to offer support to special areas of interest including, but not limited to, academic and athletic programs.

In recognizing the value of these organizations, the Board of Education establishes the following certain guidelines within which booster clubs of the Brockport Central School will function.

  1. a) Booster clubs, upon inception, shall file with the Board of Education a request for recognition, including a statement of their purpose and function.
  2. b) Booster groups must follow established Board policy for facility utilization, presentation of gifts, and fund raising.
  3. c) Students will not be members of any booster group.
  4. d) Recognizing the finite resources of our District, booster organizations will operate in concert with one another, no one organization will take precedence over the others.
  5. e) Booster organizations shall not, under any circumstances, charge or collect funds on the district’s behalf directly from students or their families in support of specific curricular events or needs.Any booster financial support of curricular activities for a stated purpose shall be made in the form of a gift to the Board of Education. The Board of Education reserves the right to accept or reject such gifts.
  6. f) Teachers, administrators and/or staff members, while engaging in official duties as a coach, extra-classroom activity advisor, teacher or administrator, shall not be a member of a booster association that provides support to those activities to which the employee is being paid by the district. For example: A coach for the football team, which is supported by public funds, shall not be a member of the football booster association whose main purpose is to raise private funds to support the football program.

Violations to any District policy or regulation may result in the dissolution of the club or organization as well as the permission to use the school name or facilities for the club or organization.

Policy References:
Civil Rights Law Section 40-c
Prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, sex, marital status, sexual orientation or disability. 

Policy References:
Civil Rights Law Section 40-c
Prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, sex, marital status, sexual orientation or disability.


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