Students can’t sell homemade goodies to raise money for clubs or charities at Davis High School, reports the Sacramento Bee.
School officials have forbidden students from selling homemade cookies and cupcakes to raise money for their campus clubs or favorite charities.
Food prepared in home kitchens violates federal health laws, according to school rules handed down last month.
In addition, “students can no longer accept cash at charity fundraisers â€“ only checks â€“ to avoid accounting irregularities.” If students don’t have checking accounts or adult customers don’t want to write a $5 check for a car wash, tough luck.
“If you wish to violate this order, your club will be disbanded,” reads one provision.
Just wanting to disobey is enough!
At Right on the Left Coast, Darren notes that these rules are made by the same people who want students to learn “critical thinking skills.”