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Auburn School Board Approves Banner Policy
04/13/2016

(KLZA)-- The Auburn Board of Education Monday night adopted a policy on Student Recognition. 

The policy was developed after a request was made to honor a student with a banner in the gymnasium for a sport he participates in that is not sponsored by the Auburn Public Schools.

The policy says that only school owned banners will be displayed in the gymnasium.  Superintendent Kevin Reiman will be reviewing a way to electronically honor students in the gymnasium commons area.

Reiman said the Board heard from people suggesting no banners be displayed to the other extreme of allowing banners to be hung for all organizations and individuals.

The list of activities / honors will be restricted to legal activities for the age of the student and fit within the mission and values of the district.  


 

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