Presentation on theme: "1 Extracurricular Activities and Fees April 25, 2013 Michael E Finn."— Presentation transcript:
1 Extracurricular Activities and Fees April 25, 2013 Michael E Finn
Extracurricular activities are defined as school sponsored activities that require enrolled students to pay a fee in order to participate – Band uniforms – Equipment and uniforms for athletics – In state and out of state trips for competition Extracurricular activities should supplement an education program of the school 2 Regulations
Governing Board must set fee schedule for extracurricular activities – Governing Board may waive the fee – Governing Board may authorize the principal to waive fees Defining and setting the fees for extracurricular activities allows for the use of tax credit monies to pay for these activities or for donations to be made and specified to a specific activity 3 Regulations
Tutoring (Historically waived by the Governing Board) – $10 Athletics (principal able to waive) – High School $100; $150 max family – Elementary $25; $50 max family Summer activities pass for site related summer activities e.g. weight room, open gym, camps and clinics (principal able to waive) – $25 4 Extra Curricular Activities and Fee Schedule
Field Trips (principal able to waive) – Minimum $5 transportation fee Educational Competitions (principal able to waive) – Minimum $5 fee District Approved Supplemental Education Programs (e.g. Kinder Academy and World Language Club; principal able to waive) – Minimum $5 fee but not less than the cost of operating the program 5 Extra Curricular Activities and Fee Schedule
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