• COMMUNITY USE OF SCHOOL FACILITIES
    GENERAL CONDITIONS:

    Public school buildings, grounds, and equipment are financed and maintained for the sole
    purpose of promoting education.

    All school facility usage must be coordinated through the Director of Student Engagement and
    Facilities Management or their designee.

    Any exceptions to the general conditions or policy must be granted by the Superintendent or
    designee.

    The District shall have a district employee (Event Supervisor) on duty throughout the time the
    building or facility is in use. This person shall be responsible for opening and closing the
    building or facility. (See fee schedule for rate.) Each group is responsible for its own cleanup.
    No food or drink will be allowed inside facilities.

    If any facility usage requires the operation of technical equipment belonging to the district
    (sound boards, light boards, computers, etc.), such equipment may be operated only by a district
    trained and approved operator. (See fee schedule for rate.)

    No school facility shall be used by any group who is not in compliance with the requirements of
    all applicable Federal or State statutes, regulations and rules prohibiting discrimination on the
    basis of race, religion, color, sex, national origin, handicapping conditions, age or other
    classification.

    Any misrepresentation by any organization and/or abuse of any district property may result in
    immediate termination of the contract, including immediately vacating the premises and denial
    of this organization’s request for future use.


    Applicants shall clearly and accurately specify in the rental or lease application the sponsoring
    organization; the purpose of the activity; the number and ages of the expected participants; and
    the name, address, email address, and phone number of the lessee’s designated supervisor or
    representative.


    Any organization using school facilities on a long term basis shall be required to provide an
    original certificate of insurance, with the District named as the certificate holder, indicating a
    minimum $1,000,000 combined single limit for bodily injury and property damage liability
    coverage. Groups may also be required to submit a $500 refundable security deposit.