|West Clermont Local School District|
|Bylaws & Policies|
3281 - USE OF EMPLOYEE'S PERSONAL PROPERTY AT SCHOOL
From time-to-time Board of Education employees may wish to bring personal property to school either for reasons associated with professional responsibilities or for use during off-duty time. This practice is permitted provided it is understood that the Board is not responsible for any loss, damage, or misuse of said property. Employees who bring personal property onto District premises for work-related purposes must complete Form 3281 F1, Board Notification of Personal Property Being Brought Onto District Premises for Work-Related Purposes, and notify the building principal prior to bringing such property onto District premises. Except in extraordinary circumstances, the Board will provide all employees with the equipment and tools necessary to perform their assigned duties.
If the employee's building principal or supervisor request an employee bring a certain piece of equipment or tool to school in order to complete a specific task, and the employee completes Form 3281 F1, Board Notification of Personal Property Being Brought Onto District Premises for Work-Related Purposes, the personal property may be covered by the Board's property insurance policy during the period of time referenced on the form, subject to deductibles and limitations of District insurance coverage.
Board employees are permitted to possess personal communication devices (e.g., cellular telephones) at work in accordance with Policy 7530.01.
Other individuals may wish to bring personal property onto District premises. The owner of the personal property bears all responsibility and assumes all risk for loss, damage or misuse of said personal property while it is on Board property. This provision applies, without limitation, to trespassers, invitees, visitors, and independent contractors.
The limitation of liabilities set forth in the previous paragraphs applies to all personal property, regardless of any benefit the Board receives from its use.
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