Not-for-profits (parent groups, booster clubs, and other community-based groups):
Schools, ASB Student Organizations, and the School District:
From the ASB manual published by the Washington Association of School Business Officials and available on the Association of Washington School Principals' website:
“It is an ASB event or fundraiser if:
Students are involved andSchool district or School name is used andIt is conducted on or off school property andIt is done with the approval of the school board or their designees [principal].
“Privately students are still able to raise money as members of other organizations (scouting, church, etc.) but this activity cannot be done by an ASB or with school approval or district supervision on school time. Students may not use a school team or club name nor suggest representation verbally nor wear a school uniform during personal or private fundraising [emphasis added].” (WAC 391-138-015)