POLICY 902 - USE OF SCHOOL DISTRICT FACILITIES
The purpose of this policy is to provide guidelines for community use of school facilities.
II. GENERAL STATEMENT OF POLICY
The school board encourages maximum use of school facilities for community purposes if, in its’ judgment, that use will not interfere with use for school purposes. Use of Cambridge-Isanti Schools’ facilities will be governed by all applicable local, state, and federal laws, rules, and regulations.
III. SCHEDULING AND RENTING - SCHOOL FACILITIES
The facility use policy and procedures have been written to reaffirm the school board’s belief in the community use of school facilities and to assure the preservation of school facilities for their primary purpose, that of educating the students. The District may impose reasonable regulations and conditions upon the use of school facilities as it deems appropriate. District administration shall be charged with the process of scheduling rooms and special areas for all use outside the school day. Procedures for providing permits and collection of fees shall be the responsibility of school district administration. Rental rates may be structured to include a pro-rata portion of costs for custodial services that may be needed.
IV. GENERAL COMMUNITY USE OF SCHOOL FACILITIES
The school board may authorize the use of school facilities by community groups or individuals. Such use will not be considered an endorsement of such organizations, groups or individuals by the school district. The district may impose reasonable regulations and conditions upon the use of school facilities as it deems appropriate.
When emergencies or unusual circumstances arise that necessitate rescheduling the use of school facilities, every effort will be made to find acceptable alternative meeting space.
V. RULES FOR USE OF FACILITIES
The school board expects members of the community who use facilities and equipment to do so with respect for school district property and an understanding of proper use. Individuals and groups shall be responsible for damage to facilities and equipment. A certificate of insurance may be required by the school district to ensure payment for these damages and any liability for injuries.
Funds received for the leasing and rental of school facilities and equipment shall be distributed as follows:
- General Fund - 88%
- Community Service Fund - 10%
- Equipment Replacement - 2%
Source: Cambridge-Isanti Schools
- Minn. Stat. § 123B.51 (Schoolhouses and Sites; Access for Noncurricular Purposes)
- Policy 801 (Equal Access to School Facilities)
- Policy 901 (Community Education)
Reviewed: 3-20-97, 11-10-98, 3-17-03, 1-22-04, 05-18-17
Approved: 12-16-74, 6-16-80, 2-5-85, 4-24-03, 2-19-04, 06-22-17
100 - School District
200 - School Board
300 - Administration
400 - Employees/Personnel
500 - Students
600 - Education Programs
700 - Non-Instructional Operations and Business Services
800 - Building and Sites
900 - School/Community Relations