- September 10, 2021 at 11:46 am #12158AmyParticipant
Does anyone have a non parent site visitors procedure they can share with me? We have 403b financial reps, as well as, entities like Grand Canyon University, who stop by our school sites unannounced wanting to bring donuts and coffee or attend staff meetings. Some of the financial reps, just walk onto the campus without checking in and when approached by staff they say the District has authorized them to be there. We are trying to write a detailed protocol to provide to all sites. These are not really Use of Facilities situations so wondering what other Districts are doing. Thank you.September 10, 2021 at 1:50 pm #12304JeffParticipant
Your Board Policy relating to visitors should offer enough information to defer unidentified visitors from visiting campus.September 10, 2021 at 2:09 pm #12450AmyParticipant
Thank you Jeff. Unfortunately, our Board Policy is quite vague and doesn’t really address this type of visitor.September 10, 2021 at 3:06 pm #12596BritanyParticipant
We don’t really have a written policy. We’ve communicated to site secretaries and administrators that if someone is approved to come on campus, they’ll receive an email from Business Services. For years, we’ve never allowed these vendors on campus and our staff is pretty used to it. The vendors, every once in a while, will try something sneaky. We send them basically a “cease and desist” notice as soon as we hear they’ve attempted to come onto campus and it stops immediately. I think the word has spread the VVUSD doesn’t allow it and they avoid us now! So, no written policy but basic communication with our sites and consistency has lead to our success over here!
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