Section 3313.77 | Use of school premises for public meetings and entertainments.
The board of education of any city, exempted village, or local school district shall, upon request and the payment of a reasonable fee, subject to such regulation as is adopted by such board, permit the use of any school house and rooms therein and the grounds and other property under its control, when not in actual use for school purposes, for any of the following purposes:
(A) Giving instructions in any branch of education, learning, or the arts;
(B) Holding educational, religious, civic, social, or recreational meetings and entertainments, and for such other purposes as promote the welfare of the community; provided such meetings and entertainments shall be nonexclusive and open to the general public;
(C) Public library purposes, as a station for a public library, or as reading rooms;
(D) Polling places, for holding elections and for the registration of voters, or for holding grange or similar meetings.
Within sixty days after the effective date of this section, the board of education of each school district shall adopt a policy for the use of school facilities by the public, including a list of all fees to be paid for the use of such facilities and the costs used to determine such fees. Once adopted, the policy shall remain in effect until formally amended by the board. A copy of the policy shall be made available to any resident of the district upon request.