Rules teachers dating parents
A single class gift worth up to 0, or several class gifts during the school year with a total value up to 0, may be given.A teacher may not accept any other gift from someone who has contributed to a class gift.
A gift given to a teacher to use solely in the classroom or to buy classroom supplies is not considered a gift to the teacher personally, and is, therefore, not subject to the limit on personal gifts to teachers.This can include charter schools, magnet schools, virtual magnet schools, regional educational school districts, or other entities falling under the definition above.(BACK) These include paraprofessionals, teachers, teacher leaders, student support personnel and administrators. This information sheet answers some questions about the law frequently asked by teachers. Therefore, whether you may accept the gift depends on its value, and whether you must disclose a gift you are allowed to accept depends on the circumstances.Teachers and other public employees may accept gifts that are worth less than , but they have to disclose in writing the fact that that they have done so if, based on the circumstances, a reasonable person would think that the teacher might unduly show favor to the giver or the giver’s child because of the gift. Under the exemption, the parents and students of a class, acting together, may give a gift worth up to 0 to a teacher, provided that the gift is identified only as being from the class, and the names of the givers and the amounts given are not identified to the teacher.