Political Activities and Political Materials on School Property

August 26, 2002
Specific procedures on participation in political campaigns and the distribution of political materials on school property affect staff, students, and parents of the Montgomery County Public Schools.

Board of Education policy recognizes the rights of students and employees to participate in political campaigns and issues, as well as the rights of individuals to distribute materials related to their political views on school property under certain restrictions.

Administrative Regulation KEA-RA, Participation in Political Campaigns and Distribution of Political Materials, identifies the specific procedures governing this topic, including staff and student participation in political campaigns, appearances of political candidates on school property, the distribution of political materials, and the use of school buildings during non-school hours.

Administrative Regulation KEA-RA is available online at the link below.

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