The Daniel Boone Area School District is pleased to open access to Al Brazinsky Stadium to the public for walking or running on the track.
- A $20 annual fee is required from a district resident in order to obtain an access card. Access cards are obtained by completing the Agreement and Release of Liability Form and the Track Registration Form and sending it to the Athletic Director.
- The loss of an access card must be reported to the Athletic Office upon discovery to deactivate the card. In the event of a lost access card the individual will be charged $20 for a replacement card. Upon receipt of payment a replacement access card will be issued by the District.
- The track facility will be opened from dawn to dusk, 7 days per week, to district residents who have approved access. Access to the track is for lanes 4-8 only. Residents are not permitted to use lanes 1-3.
- Residents who have obtained an access ID are not permitted to share their access card with others.
- If there is a Home sporting event, practice (sports and/or band), or Physical Education class is using the track, track utilization is prohibited to residents.
- Licensed vehicles may be operated only on driveways and parking lots. Unlicensed motor vehicles, including but not limited to minibikes, snowmobiles, ATV’s and the like, shall not be operated on district property.
- Residents are not permitted to use the turf field, high jump pads, and pole vault pads.
- No bikes or roller-blades are allowed on the track area.
- No wheelchairs are permitted on the track surface. Wheelchairs must only use the macadam area around the perimeter of the track.
- No high heeled shoes are permitted on the track, only footwear with rubber soles are permitted.
- No strollers of any type are permitted inside the stadium.
- Items that may cause damage to the synthetic surface are not permitted inside the track perimeter fencing. These items include, but are not limited to:
- Sports Drinks (ex. Gatorade)
- Plastic Bottles (may melt on the synthetic turf)
- Water is permitted.
The following activities are strictly prohibited in school facilities and on school district property.
- Possession, use or distribution of illegal drugs and/or alcoholic beverages.
- Possession of weapons.
- Conduct that would alter, damage or be injurious to any district property, equipment, or furnishings.
- Conduct that would constitute a violation of the Pennsylvania Crimes Code, and/or state and federal laws and regulations.
- Use of Tobacco products.
- Gambling, games of chance, lotteries, raffles or other activities requiring a license under the Local Option Small Games of Chance Act, unless such activity has been expressly authorized by the board or administration.
The district reserves the right to remove from district premises any individual or organization, who fails to comply with the terms and conditions of this policy.
In the event an individual violates this policy or the terms under which permission was granted to use school facilities, that individual forfeits the right to submit future written request to use district property, unless otherwise decided by the board. Such actions shall be considered as trespassing on school property and may subject the offender to criminal prosecution.
Additional regulations may be developed by the administration for specific buildings or grounds.