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Student Transportation for Extracurricular Activities

Code No.  711.3

The board in its discretion may provide school district transportation for extracurricular activities including, but not limited to, transporting student participants and other students to and from extracurricular events.

Students participating or attending extracurricular events, other than those held at the school district facilities, may be transported to the extracurricular event by school district transportation vehicles or by another means approved by the superintendent. 

Students, who are provided transportation in school district transportation vehicles for extracurricular events, will ride both to and from the event in the school vehicle unless arrangements have been made with the building principal prior to the event.  A student's parent may personally appear and request to transport the student home from a school-sponsored event in which the student traveled to the event on a school district transportation vehicle.

It is the responsibility of the superintendent to make a recommendation to the board annually as to whether the school district will provide the transportation authorized in this policy.  In making the recommendation to the board, the superintendent will consider the financial condition of the school district, the number of students who would qualify for such transportation, and other factors the board or superintendent deem relevant.


Legal Reference:          Iowa Code §§ 256B.4; 285.1-.4; 321 (2013).

                                     281 I.A.C. 41.412.


Cross Reference:         504      Student Activities

                                     711      Transportation


Initially Approved 03-08-1999                              Last Reviewed 03-10-2014                                      Last Revision                   

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