In the past, our schools have sent home loads of flyers in students’ backpacks. As part of our efforts to be more environmentally friendly and to embrace innovative technology, and budget conscious we are moving from paper to a digital flyer delivery. With our Peachjar eflyer program, the eflyers will be sent directly to parent’s or employee’s email inboxes as well as posted on school websites or the district’s website for easy access.
All flyers may be accessed by clicking on the Peachjar logo to the right of this page.
Each year, our schools and district can save tons of paper and reduce copy costs. In addition, paperless delivery of school flyers removes a significant administrative burden from teachers, office staff, and volunteers.
School and district-approved e-flyers will keep you informed about upcoming school activities, programs, and events.
Paper flyers (cards, documents) from outside organizations will no longer be distributed. As part of our efforts to be more environmentally friendly, embrace innovative technology, and maintain fiscal responsibility, we have transitioned from paper to electronic flyer delivery. Our district works with on-profit community organizations and non-profit educational enrichment programs that sponsor activities of an educational/enrichment nature for students by distributing materials electronically through Peachjar.
Peachjar charges a fee for eflyer distribution service to the requesting educational/enrichment organization/business, which is typically much less than the cost to deliver paper flyers to each school.
To request flyer approval, businesses should follow the steps below. Once approved for the school or for the district, the flyer may be emailed to parents or posted in the school peachjar link or district peachjar link.
The flyer will be automatically submitted to the school of choice or district office, as applicable, for approval or denial. A designated school administrator/staff member (at each school) or the district administrator(s) will review the material and approve or deny based on the standards and policies approved by the Board of Education.
Advertising in Schools
Advertising materials of a commercial, political, or religious nature which do not serve a legitimate school or community interest shall not be displayed or distributed in the school, on the school grounds, or endorsed by the school staff in their relations with students. Pupils may not be used as the agents for distributing non-school materials to their homes without the approval of the Superintendent or his designee. There are many fine teaching materials, not readily available elsewhere, which contain small advertisements. Examples are rulers, calendars, and yardsticks. Routine use of items which carry such advertising shall not require approval.
Schools shall not be used as a means of distributing literature for commercial, political, or religious purposes. In no case shall children be asked to carry home, distribute, or return material which is not related to the school, except for materials which are approved by the Superintendent or designee.
Schools may not be used as a means of publicizing commercial activities or services. No commercial vendors are permitted to sell on the school grounds without the written approval of the Superintendent or designee. n exception are those vendors who work with site supervisors and conduct business during school hours e.g., representatives from ring companies, annuals, caps and gowns, diplomas, photographers who have been selected by the school, business related to cafeterias and business related to the media services. Schools can use and distribute materials imprinted with their Adopt-A-School Partner names or logos for instructional and incentive purposes. These products do not have to be approved by the Superintendent or designee. Lists of names of teachers, pupils, and parents may not be given out for commercial purposes. In the case of donated suppliers and items donated as rewards, they must be tools with which to accomplish schoolwork or that help to preserve school materials. Materials must be timely, up-to-date, and of obvious educational value. Public relations activities by firms which manufacture goods or provide services that are illegal or controversial for minors will not be permitted, e.g. alcohol, tobacco advertising. Any commercial reference must be reasonably discreet and unobtrusive and should be an acknowledgement in general as opposed to an advertisement.
Materials generated by non-students may be distributed or posted in district schools only when prior approval has been granted by the Superintendent or designee. Unless generated by the school, surveys or questionnaires requiring student or parent/guardian response also must be first approved by the Superintendent or designee. All materials to be distributed shall bear the name and contact location of the sponsoring group.