At a work session last week, the Delta County School Board finalized the process for making noncurricular materials available through district and school websites.
Flyers for student activities approved by the building principal will be uploaded onto the school website and will also be available in the office. The single-page flyers can be posted by building secretaries using Alert Solutions. They are automatically deleted after a week.
Noncurricular materials to be distributed districtwide are limited to three pages in length and must be approved by the school district leadership team. That information will be available on the school district website. School board members believe the district website will be more useful, while communication is improved with parents and the community.
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