Agenda Item #29
Proposed Board Policy 9700.01 - Special Interest Groups Recruiting Students in the Classroom
During the August 11, 2009 School Board Meeting, School Board members requested that staff write a policy allowing special interest groups such as the Boy Scouts of America to recruit students while they are seated in class during instructional time. The School Board's Attorney indicated that these recommendations must be promulgated as a Board Policy rather than an administrative guideline because the Board will be taking action on all special interest groups that wish to recruit students in the classroom.
Hold public hearing and adopt/approve the proposed Board Policy 9700.01 - Special Interest Groups Recruiting Students in the Classroom.
Information - 9/8/2009
Authority for Action
Involves Expenditure of Funds Directly in the Classroom
Source of Funding
Agenda Item will not Require the Expenditure of Funds
Mark Langdorf - Director Risk Management - Ext 620
Attachment: 2009-10 Form 9700 01 - Application for the School Board to Consider Approval of a Special Interest Group's Recruiment of Students in the Classroom.pdf
Attachment: 2009-10 Board Policy 9700 01 - Special Interest Groups Recruiting Students in the Classroom 1.pdf