Superior School District
Bylaws & Policies


The Board of Education directs the Superintendent to promulgate the following guidelines so that employees may avoid situations in which their personal interests, activities, and associations may conflict with the interests of the District. If such situations threaten an employee's effectiveness within the School System, the Board reserves the right to evaluate the impact of such interest, activity, or association upon an employee's responsibilities.

 A.Employees should not give work time to an outside interest, activity, or association without valid reason to be excused from assigned duties.

 B.Employees shall not use school property or school time to solicit or accept customers for private enterprises without administrative permission.

 C.Employees shall 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 which the employee has obtained or may obtain by reason of his/her position or authority.

 D.Employees shall not campaign on school property on behalf of any political issue or candidate for local, State, or National office.

 E.Employees may not accept fees for tutoring when such tutoring is conducted during the normal work day.

 F.Employees may not accept fees for remedial tutoring of students currently enrolled in one (1) or more of their classes.

Revised 6/11/13
Revised 7/9/13