Use of School Property for Public Purposes. Use is subject to the following section of the Education Code and Board of Education Policies.
The governing board of a school district may grant the use of school buildings, grounds, and equipment of the district, or any of them, to carry out the purposes of this chapter, or may grant the use of any building, grounds, or equipment of the district to any other public authority for the purposes, whenever the use of the buildings, grounds, or equipment for community recreational purposes will not interfere with use of the buildings, grounds, and equipment for any other purpose of the public school system. Nothing in this section is intended to repeal any provision of, or to restrict or otherwise affect the use of school buildings under Sections Ed Code 40040 to 40058, inclusive. (Repealed. Similar provisions added to Education Code 38130-38139).
Use of tobacco or alcohol is prohibited anywhere on district property.
Facility Use Permits will not be granted for personal use.
No use shall interfere with the regular conduct of school work.
No use shall be granted in a manner as to constitute a monopoly for the benefit of any person or organization.
All permits automatically expire at the end of the scheduled event. If a program is scheduled for an entire school year, application expires June 30 of each fiscal year.
Requests for use of school buildings and facilities shall be made in advance and in writing on forms provided by the district. Permission to use school buildings and school grounds require approval of principal and final approval by Business Services.
Use of facilities requires the presence of district personnel. When the use of kitchen facilities is required, district cafeteria personnel shall be present to supervise use. Fees for personnel will be charged to organization and payment is required two weeks before scheduled event. A minimum of four hours is required when district personnel must be present.
Any person applying for the use of school property on behalf of an organization must be a member of that group.
The organization shall be responsible for control and supervision of the event and shall take proper care as to no damage shall result in any school property.
Property and liability insurance is required for all organizations in the amount of $1,000,000/$2,000,000 for general liability and $1,000,000/$3,000,000 for sexual abuse or molestation. Certificate of insurance must list Franklin-McKinley School District as an additional insured. Endorsement must be submitted with certificate.
ALL PERMISSIVE USERS, WHOSE USE IS NOT MANDATED BY THE CIVIC CENTER ACT, AGREE BY THEIR SIGNATURE BELOW TO HOLD THE FRANKLIN-McKINLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT, ITS GOVERNING BOARD AND THE INDIVIDUAL MEMBERS THEREOF AND ALL DISTRICT OFFICERS, AGENTS AND EMPLOYEES FREE AND HARMLESS FROM ANY LOSS, DAMAGE, LIABILITY, OR EXPENSE THAT MAY ARISE OUT OF, OR IN ANY WAY BE CONNECTED WITH THIS FACILITY USE AGREEMENT. HOWEVER, THIS AGREEMENT DOES NOT PERTAIN TO LOSSES OR INJURIES THAT ARE THE RESULT OF THE SOLE NEGLIGENCE OR WILLFUL MISCONDUCT OF THE DISTRICT.