Fees and Charges

MJUSD
DIVISION 3000
BUSINESS AND NONINSTRUCTIONAL OPERATIONS

FEES AND CHARGES

The district shall charge only those fees specifically authorized by law.

The following fees and charges are permissible if approved by the Governing Board:

  1. Insurance for athletic team members, with an exemption for financial hardship
  2. Insurance for medical or hospital service for students participating in field trips and excursions
  3. Expenses of students' participation in a field trip or excursion to another state, the District of Columbia, or a foreign country, as long as no student is prohibited from making the field trip due to lack of funds
  4. Student fingerprinting program
  5. School camp programs operated pursuant to Education Code 8760-8773 provided that the fee is not mandatory
  6. Personal property of the district fabricated by students, as long as the cost of the property does not exceed the cost of the materials provided by the district
  7. Home-to-school transportation and transportation between school and regional occupational centers, programs, or classes, as long as the fee does not exceed the statewide average nonsubsidized cost per student and so long as exemptions are made for indigent and disabled students
  8. Transportation to and from summer employment programs for youth
  9. Physical education uniforms
  10. Rental or lease of personal property needed for district purposes, such as caps and gowns used by seniors in graduation ceremonies
  11. Deposit for band instruments, music, uniforms, and other regalia which school band members take on excursions to foreign countries
  12. Fees for community service classes
  13. Eye safety devices, at a price not to exceed the district's actual costs
  14. Actual costs of duplication for copies of public records
  15. Actual costs of duplication for reproduction of the prospectus of school curriculum
  16. Food sold at school subject to free and reduced price meal program eligibility and other restrictions specified in law
  17. Fines or reimbursements for lost or damaged district property or damage to library property
  18. Tuition for out-of-state and out-of-country residents
  19. Adult education books, materials, and classes as specified in law
  20. Child care and development services
  21. Parking on school grounds

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