Pursuant to Policy 3921, the District does not sponsor, participate in or endorse any student travel outside of the United States. In furtherance of such policy, the following rules are established:
If a private (non-school-related) organization desires to arrange private foreign travel, the organizational meetings for such travel should be held at non-school locations. However, if the private organization submits a request to use District facilities for such purposes, the request shall comply with the Districtâ€™s facility use policies and procedures and the organization shall be treated as a for-profit organization. Further, within the first ten minutes and again during the last ten minutes of any meeting held on school property, the individual in charge of such meeting shall inform those in attendance that the travel is in no way sponsored, participated in or endorsed by the ²ÝÁñÊÓÆµ Public ²ÝÁñÊÓÆµ.
No money for such private travel shall be deposited into or comingled withÌýDistrict funds nor shall any expenses for such private travel be paid out of District funds.
No fundraising activities for such private travel shall be conducted on school grounds or as part of any District or school activity.
- No teacher, administrator, or other employee of the District shall, in his/her capacity as a District employee, promote private travel plans in his/her classroom, at school activities, or during any other time when the teacher is on duty with the District. Notwithstanding the foregoing, a teacher may, during the summer months when he/she is offÌýcontract with the District, provide services to a private organization conducting foreign travel tours.