District vehicles may be available to local nonprofit entities which promote cultural, educational, civic, community, or recreational activities for transporting to and from nonschool‐sponsored activities within the state as long as the transportation does not interfere with or disrupt the education program of the District and does not interfere with or delay the transportation of students. The local nonprofit entity must pay the cost of using the District vehicle as determined by the superintendent. Prior to making the District transportation vehicle available to the local nonprofit entity, the “school bus” signs will be covered and the flashing warning lamps and the stop arm made inoperable. I
t is the responsibility of the superintendent and transportation director to develop administrative regulations for use of District transportation vehicles to transport students and others to school‐sponsored events within the state and for application for, use of, and payment for using the District transportation vehicles by local nonprofit entities for a nonschool‐sponsored activity.
Approved: December 11, 2006
Reviewed: June 12, 2017