AA450 – Admission Charges to Extra-Curricular Activities and Performances
Board Directive The Board recognizes the need to provide consistency in the way that admission prices for extracurricular activities and performances are established. The Board delegates to the District Administration the responsibility to administer this policy.
Administrative Policy Admission charges to extracurricular activities and performances must be established at each level as outlined below:
High schools may charge admission to attend student extracurricular activities and performances. Each school program may determine the price of admission for performances in cooperation with the administration. Schools are encouraged to consider special pricing for families and senior citizens. Admission prices for activities and athletic events that are overseen by the Utah High School Activities Association will be determined in accordance with the appropriate region policies.
Middle schools may charge admission for extracurricular performing arts events, including drama, dance, music, and other performances. The School Community Council must approve the amount being charged for admission in advance (up to $5.00 per person). Schools should consider the royalty implications of charging for performances. Schools are encouraged to offer family passes and senior discounts.
Elementary schools are not authorized to charge admission to student performances.