|John Glenn School Corporation|
|Bylaws & Policies|
1231 - OUTSIDE ACTIVITIES OF ADMINISTRATORS
Administrators should avoid situations in which their personal interests, activities, and associations conflict with the interests of the Corporation. If such situations threaten an administrator's effectiveness within the School System, the Superintendent and/or School Board shall evaluate the impact of such interest, activity, or association upon the administrator's responsibilities.
Administrators may not dedicate work time to an outside interest, activity, or association.
Administrators may not use school property or school time to solicit or accept customers for private enterprises.
Administrators may not engage in business transactions on behalf of private enterprises in which s/he may profit by virtue of his/her official position or authority or benefit financially from confidential information that the employee has obtained or may obtain by reason of his/her position or authority.
Administrators may not campaign on school property during working hours on behalf of any political issue, or candidate for local, State, or National office. The constitutional right to express political and other opinions as citizens is reserved to all employees.
Administrators should refrain from expressions that disrupt the efficient operation of the school and/or interfere with the maintenance of discipline by school officials.
Services for Educational Foundations
A Corporation administrator may perform services for an educational foundation which supports the Corporation during normal hours of employment with the approval of the Superintendent. An educational foundation must be an organization that is exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
A Corporation administrator may perform services for another 501(c)(3) entity under the same circumstances.