Organization of Clubs and Participation in Extra-Curricular Activities

Policy Code: 
IGDAA
Adoption Date: 
Tuesday, February 23rd, 2010
Review Date: 
Tuesday, February 22nd, 2011
ORGANIZATION OF CLUBS AND PARTICIPATION IN EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

Students in Iron County School District are encouraged to be involved in school-sponsored activities and clubs.  The organization of new clubs is encouraged providing their goals and objectives are not in conflict with school board policy, or local, state, and federal law.

A club must have a willing advisor who is a school district employee.  Parents may assist advisors.  All advisors must be approved by school administration. 

The advisor of the proposed club must submit a written constitution.  The school administration, faculty and student council representatives must approve the constitution.

Organizers must sign a statement of guarantee that all club activities will comply with school policy and will not conflict with school board policy of local, state, and federal law.  Clubs promoting hate, racism, or persecution, and clubs deemed disruptive to the educational environment of the school will not be allowed.

All high school activities sponsored by the Utah High School Activities Association are governed by the By-Laws and Constitution of the UHSAA.  In order for a student to participate in these sponsored activities, he/she must meet the requirements of the UHSAA and Iron County School District.

 

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