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Extractions: Intranet Site Map Liability is the school district's legal responsibility for damages arising from the negligent actions, errors and omissions of the District's board, employees, volunteers and its agents (i.e., PTAs, PTOs, and booster clubs). Liability can arise from a wide range of District activities, including: 1. Activities that may occur on District premises or on private or public property, for example: On District Property: District liability could be an issue if a child is injured on the playground and the parent claims play equipment was faulty or the child was inadequately supervised. Off District Premises: District liability could arise on field trips if a student is injured and the parent claims there was inadequate supervision or if damages to a third party (person or property) occur as a result of students actions. 2. Activities in which the District participates with other organizations and act as a sponsor or co-sponsor, for special events such as fundraising events, educational fairs and parades.
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Extractions: Summer 95 Inside this Issue School-Based Health Care Assembly Breaks New Ground M ore than 500 people from around the country gathered June 23-25 to establish a national movement to support improved health services for children through school-based health care. The conferenceappropriately titled Breaking New Ground! brought together school-based health care providers, researchers, and advocates for three days of activities in Washington, DC. "This is clearly a historic occasion," said Joy Dryfoos, a long-time leader of school-based health care. "For the first time, the entire school-based health care movement is building a strong organization with the capacity for advocacy, networking, and sharing resources." If the crowd's size and enthusiasm were any indication, the effort promises to be a major success. Conference organizers expected a turnout of 350 people, but they significantly underestimated the desire for this meeting. More than 500 attendees from 42 states and the District of Columbia flocked to Washington for the occasion. Half of the participants were people who work on the front lines of school-based health care250 health center staff and community organizers. The other half reflected interest from all quarters, including educators; health care institutions; private funders; community organizations; and local, state, and federal governments.
The Latest PTO/PTA News | PTO Today PTOtoday is dedicated to helping school parent groups (like ptos and ptas) help their schools with information on fundraising, playgrounds, parent involvement and more. seldom see newspaper feature stories that capture ptos so accurately. FEBRUARY 6, 2003 Delaware ptos team up to bring child JANUARY 28, 2003 This oregon PTA pulling out all the http://www.ptotoday.com/currentnews.html
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Extractions: All Fundraising Companies Directory Home Free Fundraising Information Index of 100's of Fundraising Products Special Event Fundraiser s American Clothing Recycling Co. [Seymour, Connecticut] Recycling, Special Events CompuThon - SuperThons walk-a-thons. Finally, a better way to raise money for your group! Year after year, schools and youth groups agonize over how to raise money. No door-to-door. No waste or returns. No hassles with collections. No products to buy or deliver. Much less work. More profits for your group. (800-327-0332) [Tampa, Florida] A Nite At The Races [Jupiter, Florida] Wesleyan Thespians - Mystery dinner kits. Can fund raisers be fun raisers Absolutely!! Wesleyan Thespian Mystery Dinner Kits include scripts, clues, solutions and detailed instructions on how to present mystery dinner performances which we would like to share with your church or organization. ( e-mail [Marshfield, Massachusetts] NameBeads International - Over 500 schools in 3 years have conducted this unique fundraiser and you should too. No money upfront. We provide a beautiful full color brochure to help you group sell personalized products. Each item is custom-made with handcrafted ceramic beads that spell out a first name or saying. ( ) [St. Clair, Missouri]
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Extractions: CHAPTER NINE RESOURCES Finding the resources to finance, maintain, and upgrade equipment, and to provide teacher training and technical support is universally one of the biggest hurdles that schools face when it comes to technology implementation. For many, the funds are simply unavailable via the conventional means of local tax-based school financing. Despite this fact, we found schools and districts in some of the most disadvantaged areas of the nation that have somehow managed to establish exemplary technology programs. How did they do it? In a word, they did everything . While we collected questionnaire information on a number of typical sources of funds (see below), schools provided literally dozens of interesting examples of how to approach fundraising. Some fostered and rewarded grantsmanship among their faculty; others developed alliances with community groups; and still others were able to steer traditional educational funding vehicles into more direct support of technology. Many schools identified non-monetary in-kind resources such as volunteers, bartering relationships, and corporate contributions of hardware and software. The best schools (from a resource acquisition perspective) had fairly elaborate strategies and tactics that combined all of these elements. One of the areas we focused particular attention on was how schools make effective use of Federal or state technology grant programs. This is an area where there is much opportunity for creative and effective public policy, as well as for some dreadful mistakes.
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Extractions: Resources ... Press Releases Support the Ministry Donate Online Monthly EFT Volunteers Creative Giving ... Research Papers Family Policy Councils State Councils Legislative Action Contact Your Legislator Archives Teachers in Focus P is for Politically Correct Think Parent Teacher Associations uphold family values in the public schools? Think again. By Heather Koerner Think Parent Teacher T hey're involved in everything from back-to-school night to teacher appreciation lunches, from classroom volunteering to shelving library books. They raise money through dances, golf tournaments, cookbooks and, yes, even pig-kissing contests. They're your local PTA-Parent Teacher Association-and, to almost anyone you stop on the street, they're as American as apple pie. At least that's what Glenna Williamson thought. Williamson, a mother of three from Dodge City, Kan., was concerned about a lack of playground equipment (the district couldn't afford what many parents wanted) and safety (kids would have to cross a major thoroughfare, without a crosswalk, to get to school). What better way to address these issues than to join the PTA? So she did and eventually became president of her school's chapter. But then Williamson learned about a whole new side of the PTA-its politics.
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Extractions: Chapter 9 - Resources Finding the resources to finance, maintain, and upgrade equipment, and to provide teacher training and technical support is universally one of the biggest hurdles that schools face when it comes to technology implementation. For many, the funds are simply unavailable via the conventional means of local tax-based school financing. Despite this fact, we found schools and districts in some of the most disadvantaged areas of the nation that have somehow managed to establish exemplary technology programs. How did they do it? As an additional component of this chapter, we provide some information on the use of various information resources available through the Federal government. Not only is money essential for acquiring technology but so is good information about the availability of Federal programs and information sources. Questionnaire Data: Awareness, Use and Helpfulness of Resources In this area, we identified a list of nine very general approaches to expanding the resource base available to schools involved in implementing technology. It included various sources of resources (e.g., private versus public), various types of resources (e.g., money versus in-kind), and different types of relationships with the resource providers.
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