Section 3313.811 | Sale of uniform school supplies.
No board, the principal or teacher of any schoolroom, or class organization of any school district shall sell or offer for sale, or supervise the sale of uniform school supplies, foods, candies, or like supplies for profit on the school premises except when the profit derived from such sale is to be used for school purposes or for any activity in connection with the school on whose premises such uniform school supplies, food, candies, or supplies are sold or offered for sale. No individual student or class of students, acting as an agent for any person or group of persons directly connected with the school shall sell or offer for sale for profit outside the school building, any such articles, except when the profit derived from such sale is to be used for school purposes or for any activity in connection with the school.
Uniform school supplies are those adopted by the board for use in the schools of the district.
The enforcement of this section shall be under the jurisdiction of the state board of education.
The school district board of education shall provide revolving accounts for the purchase and sale of uniform school supplies either by appropriations from the general fund or accumulation from sales or receipts. Such accounts shall be kept separate from other transactions of the board.
Available Versions of this Section
- November 23, 1977 – Senate Bill 221, 112th General Assembly [ View November 23, 1977 Version ]