Date Adopted: April 6, 1987
Date Revised: February 22, 1994
The Board of Education recognizes the desire of students, graduates, staff,
parents and community to honor distinguished citizens by naming School
District properties in their memory. This policy provides guidelines for
3. Portions of Buildings
No building shall be named for a living person.
The Superintendent shall review all requests for the naming or renaming
of a school building and make recommendations to the Board of Education
"School Naming" Committee.
These recommendations shall be supported by evidence of effort to 1) inform
students, staff, parents, graduates and community of the property involved
and 2) obtain their opinion of the desirability of the recommendation.
The Committee shall review the recommendations of the Superintendent and
make its selection known to the Board of Education for final decision.
The Honoree may be living.
Requests for naming or renaming such facilities as classrooms, libraries,
laboratories, auditoriums, and gymnasiums shall have the endorsement of
the Principal who shall present evidence of such factors as the honoree's
contribution to education, exemplary character, and the effect of the naming
upon school and community.
The Principal shall submit the request with appropriate rationale to the
Regional Superintendent who, if in agreement, shall submit the request
to the Superintendent.
The Superintendent, if in agreement with the request of the Regional Superintendent,
shall submit a resolution to the Board of Education for final approval.
Board of Education By-laws Handbook 1906-07 P. 154