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AP 110

Signage and Murals

 

Background 


The purpose of this procedure is to ensure signage and murals, both external and internal, serve the intended purpose of communicating a message, consistent with the values and operating principles of the district. 

Procedures 


1. In general, schools must not become vehicles for the displaying of materials intended primarily for commercial gain, nor for exploitation of students and their families by commercial, religious, cultural or other non-school interests. 

1.1 Murals: 

1.1.1 The school principal must seek authorization from the Director of Facilities before proceeding with the planning and installation/painting of murals on school interior/exterior walls. 

1.1.2 The authorization is to ensure that the mural project is feasible, and associated costs are accounted for. 

1.1.3 The content of the mural must be approved by the assistant superintendent. 

2.1 Exterior and Interior School Signage: 

2.1.1 The school principal must seek authorization from the Director of Facilities on the installation of all regulatory signs required by Government Regulation and/or City By-Law. 

2.1.2 All regulatory signs utilized on school district property shall be placed in conspicuous and appropriate areas and approved by the Director of Facilities. 

Last Revised: June 2016 

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