|Cape Coral Charter School Authority|
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7230 - GIFTS TO THE AUTHORITY
The Superintendent is authorized to accept gifts or donations to the Authority, on behalf of the Governing Board, of money, equipment, supplies, and materials. The Superintendent may accept the terms and conditions of any such gift or donation, as deemed appropriate, and shall have the discretion to accept or deny the gift or donation on the basis of those terms and conditions.
Any equipment donated to the Authority may not be repaired or maintained until it has been formally accepted.
Any gift conveying title shall be submitted to the Board for individual acceptance.
The principal or director of a school or center is authorized to accept individual gifts or donations of money for field trips, student donations, and spontaneous donations.
Gifts or donations from such groups or organizations as classes, affiliated clubs, and booster groups, shall be accepted and handled in accordance with this policy.
If a donor does not specify how the gift or donation is to be used, the use shall then be at the discretion of the Superintendent.
Any monetary gift or donation shall be properly receipted and processed in accordance with applicable Authority procedures.
At the Superintendentís discretion, a gift or donation may be presented to or recognized by the Board.
Permanent structures shall have utilitarian value in the operation of the school or be erected in memory of a person who has been associated with the school either as a student or employee, or an organization that has made some outstanding contribution to the school or the Authority.
The Superintendent shall not accept a gift of art unless the cost of installation, operation, and maintenance is consistent with the value of the gift to the school.
Articles of equipment donated to the schools by individuals, groups, or organizations may be accepted if they contribute to the operation of the school program. Donors shall be notified that the title of this gift shall be in the name of the Board.
F.S. 112.312, 1001.32(2), 1001.41, 1001.42, 1001.43
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