parent organization guidelines
Creating a New Organization
- Questions to Answer Before You Commit
- Creating Your Own Identity Overview
- Life Cycle of a Public Charity
- Incorporation of a Non-Profit Organization
Following the Rules
- Authoritative Guidelines Overview
- District Board Policy GE (Local)
- University Interscholastic League (UIL) Booster Club Guidelines
- UIL Brochure
- State Regulatory Information
- Federal Regulatory Information
Taking Care of Business
- Taking Care of Business: Overview
- Financial Report Information & Formats
- Review Report Information & Formats
- Accounting Procedures
- Bank Accounts
- Receiving Contributions / Donations
- Giving Contributions/Donations
- Facilities Use/Rental
- Financial Aid Guidelines
- Fund-Raising for Individuals or Families
- Mailing Address
- Membership Dues
- Money Handling Procedures
- Paying and Reporting of Workers (District Employees or Others)
- Project Prom Incentives
- Record Retention
- Sales Tax
- Student Fines and Fees List
- Treasurer's Report
Project Prom Incentives
The Project Prom Booster Clubs may give “bonus bucks,” “coupons,” or “points” as an incentive to get parents to participate in project prom events and earn extra chances for their senior to win a prize or prizes at their after prom event. If the following three (criteria) are met, then these incentives may be used:
- Every student attending the after prom event receives some incentives for just attending the event.
- Incentives are used only to have chances to win prizes.
- Everything at the after prom event is free.
The incentives can not be used towards the purchase of a prom ticket. The incentives can be earned for volunteering for various project prom activities including fund-raisers.
The use of incentives is only approved for project prom. The incentives are very similar to individual accounts that are not allowed. However, individual accounts are used normally to offset personal costs for a student for an event or trip.