The board recognizes that school district facilities are provided by the taxpayers to meet the educational needs of the community. The facilities are primarily available to support the K-12 instructional and extracurricular programs. When such district facilities are not in use for these purposes, they may be made available to community or non-community-based organizations, subject to board policies, administrative regulations and prevailing fee schedules.
Guidelines and restrictions found in Policy 707
, and those appearing in and appended to the Pine-Richland Facilities Use Application and Agreement, are applicable to all user groups, except those which operate under separate or seasonal contracts.