Dodge City Public Schools
Flyer Distribution Frequently Asked Questions
How do I submit a flyer for approval?
Flyers must be submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org a minimum of THREE WEEKS prior to the desired distribution date. Once submitted, flyers will be reviewed weekly and you will be advised of approval status via email.
How can I make sure my flyer is approved?
Be sure your flyer meets all of our distribution guidelines outlined on our website:www.usd443.org.
It is important to note that all flyers must contain the following disclaimer:
NOTICE: DC USD 443 neither sponsors nor endorses the organization or activity represented in this document and the content or views expressed herein are solely that of the organization shown. USD 443 permits the distribution of material such as this on a nondiscriminatory basis regarding matters of potential interest to students and parents.
My flyer is approved - so the District prints and sends the flyer out for me, right?
No. Distribution of all printed materials is the responsibility of the requesting party. Information regarding building enrollment counts, packaging instructions and school lists are included in the approval letter.
Does the District offer online or email distribution?
Yes. The District provides the option of electronic delivery of the flyer. The flyer will be shared via District Facebook and Twitter accounts. It will also be hosted on www.usd443.org/Community.
How long does the approval process take?
We require that flyers are submitted no less than THREE WEEKS prior to the desired distribution date. This ensures that the team has time to review the flyer, inform you of any changes that may be required, issue approval and allow you time for distribution to schools.
How often are flyers reviewed?
Flyers are reviewed by a member of the Public Information team weekly – typically on Mondays.
Does approval guarantee distribution?
No. Approval by the Public Information Office means that the content meets the District guidelines for distribution. However, the principal at each building can exercise discretion based on their own building’s distribution policy (i.e. not all buildings permit distribution of flyers, or may have non-content based procedures regarding distribution).
Still have questions?
Public Information Office