John Glenn School Corporation
Administrative Guidelines
 

9160 - PUBLIC ATTENDANCE AT SCHOOL EVENTS

The following regulations are to be observed with respect to the conduct of school events:

 A.All laws regarding public assemblies must be strictly complied with. Use of tobacco in any school building is absolutely prohibited. The sale, possession, or consumption of any form of alcoholic beverages or prohibited drugs in or on any part of the school buildings or grounds is absolutely prohibited.

 B.Wagering on any aspect of an athletic event will not be tolerated, but participation in raffles and other such forms of fund-raising for school-related events is permissible, if the event is authorized by the principal.

 C.Passes to school events will be available to each Board member and a guest.

 D.The Board will honor athletic passes for all corporations which are members of conferences in which teams of this Corporation compete and which honor the passes of this Corporation.

Use of Recording Devices

Anyone attending a school event who wishes to record the activity on a visual recording device shall be asked to abide by the following rules:

 A.The recorder must operate the device within the area designated by the principal or director of the activity.

 B.The camera must not block the view of any other attendees or interfere with others who seek to record the activity.

 C.Those who record or assist a recorder must not block any passageways nor interfere with any other attendee's participation or observation of the activity.

 D.If sound is also being recorded, the recorder must not ask other attendees to be quiet or to change their behavior in order to improve the quality of the sound recording.

 E.The recorder must agree to abide by all Corporation safety rules, a copy of which shall be provided by the principal or director of the activity.

 F.If the Corporation is recording the activity, the principal may arrange for a person to obtain a copy providing s/he agrees to provide a tape and pay a charge to cover the costs of transfer.

Where the Corporation does not possess the appropriate license or permission to allow the recording of a copyrighted work or performance, notice will be given, when possible prior to the exhibit or performance. Announcements shall be made at the beginning of any such exhibit or performance.

Revised 11/23/10