Application for Approval of Materials For Distribution to Oak Park District 97 Schools and Students.
* Required for Submission
Procedure for Submitting Flyers
1. Written approval must be obtained from Chris Jasculca, the director of policy, planning and communications, before any materials are distributed to District 97 students/faculty. In order to secure approval, you must complete this form and either e-mail it, along with a Microsoft Office/pdf version of the materials, to Chris Jasculca, fax it to (708) 383-7804, or deliver it, along with hard copies of the materials, to Chris at the Administration Building (970 Madison Street).
2. District 97 is undertaking an effort to go paperless as part of its continued commitment to environmental conservation. With this in mind, a Microsoft Office/pdf version of all approved materials must be e-mailed to Chris Jasculca. While the district is proceeding with this paperless initiative, there are a select group of families that have requested hard copy versions of materials. The total number of hard copies required for each building are below. Each organization is responsible for providing hard copies of their flyers.
3. All hard copy versions of approved materials must be bundled together in a packet for each individual school. Each packet should be secured together on all four sides, placed in a clear plastic bag and marked with the school's name.
4. All bundles containing hard copies of approved materials must be delivered to the Administration Building. These will be delivered to each school through the district's inter-office mail system. Please DO NOT deliver the materials directly to the schools—secretaries/office personnel will not be able to accept them.
5. The following disclaimer SHOULD APPEAR at the bottom of all materials for distribution: "Distribution of information by a community group in accordance with District 97 policy does not imply, directly or indirectly, that the group's program(s), event(s) and/or service(s) is sanctioned, sponsored or endorsed by the district, the Board of Education or the superintendent."