Durango 9-R collaborates with many community groups and organizations that sponsor activities of an educational or enrichment nature for students or staff. If they fit our criteria and follow our policy, these groups are allowed to distribute materials electronically through Peachjar. The District does not allow any printed flyers to be delivered, posted, or hand-delivered to students at our schools. Digital flyers delivered via email through Peachjar software enables community groups to easily reach parents electronically year-round and increase registrations for their programs, activities, and events. Parents appreciate Peachjar because they can easily access important information and resources from their school and community and click to take action.
Any agency that offers an activity or service for a fee to parents, students, or staff – even with scholarships or discounts for certain groups – must pay a $25 fee per school via Peachjar (details below). The District enforces the same policy for all community groups, businesses and agencies, regardless of their size, nonprofit status, fundraising need, or perceived benefits to the community. We reserve the right to reject any flyer that does not fit the criteria of our distribution policy.
HOW TO SUBMIT ELECTRONIC FLYERS TO PEACHJAR
To facilitate delivery of this information, approved community organizations can send their flyers home to families digitally through Peachjar.
To request flyer approval, follow the steps below:
- Visit www.peachjar.com
- Register as a Program Provider (account type)
- Upload your flyer for approval
- BE SURE TO SELECT A FUTURE WEDNESDAY FOR DISTRIBUTION TO AVOID DENIAL, flyers are only sent on WEDNESDAYS, confirm that the date you request falls on a WEDNESDAY.
Your flyer will be automatically submitted to the district office for approval. Once approved, your flyer will be emailed to parents for your selected duration of time. Peachjar charges a fee for this service that is typically much less than the cost to copy and deliver paper flyers to each school. The cost for distribution is as follows:
- $25 per flyer for one week of electronic distribution per school site (13 sites available)
- FREE for all truly free events and programs that enrich current 9-R curriculum
If you believe you qualify for free distribution, please email [email protected].
In your email, explain the qualifiers of your program for free insertion (free program, unlimited scholarships etc.).
FLYER CONTENT GUIDELINES
Please follow these guidelines when creating your promotional materials for distribution to parents:
- Information/event must be education related and/or align to Colorado Academic Standards
- The flyers must include the organization’s name, contact person and contact details (phone number and/or e-mail address).
- All posters must be distributed to schools through the Communications Department. Upon approval, partner and non-partner materials will be couriered to the school including the information on the approved communication channels for distribution.
- All partners and non-partners must obtain the approval stamp from the district’s Communications Department for in-school display prior to distribution.
- Each school’s principal will designate display of posters at their discretion.
- The organization must provide all copies to be distributed; the school district does not print materials on behalf of 3rd party organizations.
- All flyers WILL AUTOMATICALLY include the following disclaimer, “These materials are neither sponsored nor endorsed by Durango School District 9-R”.
Please allow us up to 48 hours to review and respond/approve. Flyers should be provided to the Communications Department for review no less than two weeks prior to the event.
All electronic or print materials distributed WILL NOT:
- Promote hostility, disorder or violence
- Attack ethnic, racial or religious groups
- Discriminate, demean, harass or ridicule any person or group of persons on the basis of gender
- Be libelous
- Have a seeming adverse impact on district enrollment, finances, or programming capabilities
- Inhibit the functioning of the school and/or school district
- Override the school/school district identity
- Promote, favor or oppose the candidacy of any candidate for election, adoption of any bond/budget issues or any public question submitted at any general, county, municipal or school election
- Be obscene or pornographic as defined by prevailing community standards throughout the district
- Promote the use of drugs, alcohol, tobacco, firearms or certain products that create community concerns
- Promote any religious or political organization
- Promote particular agenda's or platforms
- Use any district or school logo without prior written approval
In order to maintain consistency in the flyer distribution process, we ask that you please follow the aforementioned guidelines. You are welcome to contact 9-R Communications with any questions regarding these policies at [email protected]
or at (970) 247-5411. We thank all our partners for their continued support and for bringing various educational and learning opportunities to our students.
SPECIAL NOTE: Although 9-R Communications approves all posters for the school district, every school principal has final discretion on what is distributed in their school building.