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  1. #1
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    Oct 2005

    Exclamation Can a school/district require an "Activities fee"? - ALASKA


    Can a school/school district require a $125 "activites fee" before any student is allowed to play a sport? I am a high school student who just moved up to Alaska, and am in a military family. In the 3 states that I have attended school and the numerous districts/schools no school, except for a private school I went to, required an "activities fee". My last school, a small under-funded charter school in California didn't even require a fee, they only asked for dontations.
    Although I am not in an low economic standing, my questions are 1- is this legal?, 2- how is it that the school/ can require this fee?, and 3- is the school/district required to disclose the exact details on where this money is going?


  2. #2
    Join Date
    Jun 2004
    "Harvey and Me"
    Perfectly legal.

    Your other questions are irrelevant.

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