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Facility Rental

Central School District

(Two-hour minimum)

Fair Rental Value Fee shall be charged to religious organizations and to groups using school facilities for entertainment or meetings where admission is charged or contributions solicited and the net receipts are not expended for the welfare of the students of the District or for charitable purposes. (Ed Code 38130-38139 and AR 1330)
  • Classroom - $12.00/hour
  • Multipurpose Room (no PA equipment) - $28.00/hour
  • Multipurpose Room (with PA equipment) - $36.00/hour
  • Kitchen - $33.50/hour
  • Food Service Worker - $19.50/hour
  • Fields - $22.00/hour
  • Parking Lots - $5.75/hour
  • Outside Lunch Area - $12.50/hour
  • Custodial fee (with two hour minimum) - $48.75/hour
  • Water fee for car washes - $13.50/hour ($7.75/water; $5.75 parking lot)
  • Water key deposit (refundable) - $38.25
All organizations granted use of school facilities must submit a certificate of insurance in the amount of $1,000,000.  Organizations that are charged fair rental value are required to furnish liability insurance naming the district as an additional insured.  All certificates of insurance shall be filed with the District Business Office.
Payment of all fees and deposits are to be paid prior to the use of facilities.
A $50.00 security deposit (separate check) must be submitted prior to use. The security deposit will be returned, in full or in part, subject to the condition in which the facility is left.
Charges levied for use by organizations shall be according to the above schedule from the time the facilities are opened for use until completion of the activity, including standby time of school employees assigned to cover the use.
Central School District became a tobacco-free environment on January 1, 1994.  No smoking is allowed in buildings, parking lots, fields, or on sidewalks.
The Facility Fees will be administratively adjusted annually based on changes in the Consumer Price Index of all items for the Los Angeles-Anaheim-Riverside area, published by the U.S. Department of Labor Statistics.  Adjustments will be rounded to the closest 25 cents per hour.
Approved by the Board of Trustees on October 6, 1994.