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G-130-BR: Campaigning at Division Sites
- G-130, Campaigning at Division Sites
- Schools may organize all-candidate forums for educational purposes.
- Staff must remain neutral while teaching lessons and resist the opportunity to sway students towards a candidate in any elections.
- Campaign materials representative of all parties may be used as classroom teaching aids. Support for an individual candidate or political party through endorsement or by singling out of a candidate must beavoided.
- School space may be rented after school hours by a candidate or party on a commercial use basis, provided that any campaign materials posted and/or distributed at such a function are removed from school premises at the end of the function.
- Notices regarding school board elections may be posted as authorized by the Board of Trustees.
- A candidate is considered to be an individual who has officially filed their nomination papers or has stated an intention to run for political office.
- School events are not to be used as political platforms. Speakers should be chosen by relevance to the event and audience.