Superintendent's Screening Program
The Superintendent’s Screening Program (SSP) serves as a review process for organizations and individuals interested in providing resources for students and their families in the District’s schools.
What is the Superintendent’s Screening Program?
The Superintendent’s Screening Program (SSP) is a process to review requests from outside organizations, businesses, agencies or individuals seeking approval to provide resources for students and their families in the District’s schools. The SSP relies on the expertise of the relevant District Department for approval or denial of any proposal.
How can I apply to the program?
Step 1 – Using Google Chrome or Firefox browser, click Superintendent’s Screening Application and create an access account.
Step 2 - Select your specific topic/type of request.
Step 3 - Complete the online questionnaire and attach related documentation.
Step 4 - Allow time for review of material. Based on the type of request the final answer may take between one to five weeks. Proposals regarding curricula and speakers and others may take several months.
Note: All requests, approved or not, will receive a response in writing. After approval, the requests are presented to the schools by the applicants, as Superintendent’s Screening referrals. Principals make the final decision regarding participation in any program or distribution of any material.
Can I mail my application?
The SSP application is only available online.
What type of requests are reviewed?
Any request that involves providing a program, service, presentation, information or material from an outside organization, business, agency, or individual will be handled. The Superintendent’s Screening Program (SSP) does not make determinations for all requests received. However, the SSP will identify the correct department, agency or organization that can assist the applicant.
Below are the type of requests reviewed:
- Activities/Programs (Intended for In-school or Out-of-School)
- Before & After School Child Care (BASCC) Curriculum/Publications
- Contest (Intended for In-School or Out-of-School)
- Family Engagement Activities
- Incentive Campaign/Program
- Research/Survey/Data Collection
- Scholarship and Post Secondary Opportunities
- Selling Curriculum/Publications/Products to School/District Speakers
- Use of School Facility (Lease)