The Board recognizes that worthy and appropriate educational values accrue from student participation in civic and community affairs. Teachers will be encouraged to provide students for public performance when:
1. Such performances fit both the aims of the schools and the needs of the students.
2. Such performances are free from the kinds of appeals, and pressures that limit the best development of participants.
3. No student is excluded because of race, color, creed, religion, sex, handicap, national origin, or ancestry.
Students may perform where admission fees are charged only if the proceeds are used for charitable, educational, or civic purposes. Payment for performances may be accepted by the school but not by the individual students. Costs directly related to performances, the supervision of the students, and liability protection for the participants will be responsibilities of the school district.
Approval for all public performances will be given by the Superintendent when the above criteria have been met.