Flyer Guidelines

Peachjar Flyers 

Peachjar Flyers

What is Peachjar?

Our district utilizes the digital flyer tool Peachjar. This tool allows schools and community organizations to save paper and reduce copy costs by thousands of dollars. It also helps flyers make it to parents, and not linger at the bottom of a backpack! All flyers from community organizations will be posted on your school website and sent directly to your email.

  OUR PEACHJAR FLYER BOARDS

Pecos Kindergarten
Austin Elementary
Bessie Haynes Elementary
Crockett Middle School
Pecos High School

PBTISD Flyer Distribution Guidelines

All non-school flyers intended for distribution on school campuses or other District premises under this policy shall be submitted for prior review in accordance with the following:

  1. Materials shall include the name of the person or organization sponsoring the distribution.
  2. The flyer must give date, time, and location details. 
  3. The flyer must be available in both English and Spanish. 
  4. The flyer must not solicit any service. Must be an event or service that is free of cost to the students and families of PBTISD. 

The information on the flyer must serve to benefit students and must not interfere, conflict, or compete with programs offered by PBTISD. The district reserves the right to deny any request. For more information of questions contact the Communications Officer.

The following materials will NOT be approved for distribution:

  1. The materials are obscene, vulgar, or otherwise inappropriate for the age and maturity of the audience.
  2. The materials endorse actions endangering the health or safety of students.
  3. The materials promote the illegal use of drugs, alcohol, or other controlled substances.
  4. The distribution of such materials would violate the intellectual property rights, privacy rights, or other rights of another person.
  5. The materials contain defamatory statements about public figures or others.
  6. The materials advocate imminent lawless or disruptive action and are likely to incite or produce such action.
  7. The materials are hate literature or similar publications that scurrilously attack ethnic, religious, or racial groups or contain content aimed at creating hostility and violence, and the materials would materially and substantially interfere with school activities or the rights of others.
  8. There is reasonable cause to believe that distribution of the nonschool literature would result in material and substantial interference with school activities or the rights of others.
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