Campbell Union High School District Facility are pleased to announce a new online facility request and rental system designed to provide a positive user experience for all. With the new system, reservation requests can be submitted easily and will be handled more efficiently. Renters will be able to access photos and descriptions, see real-time availability, get estimated quotes, and pay online. In partnering with Facilitron, Campbell Union High School District Facility is launching web-based facility web sites for each school with facility availability – allowing facility use requests to be submitted at any time.
You can view all district facilities at: https://facilitron.com/cuhsd95124. Facilitron will assist with the set-up of organizational accounts and the verification of their non-profit status (if applicable). All payments will be processed through Facilitron moving forward. Payment options include PayPal, major credit cards, ACH/eCheck and traditional check. Proof of insurance (COI) can be conveniently uploaded into the platform, and/or it can be obtained directly through Facilitron.
Campbell Union High School District Facility’s new sites will be live on September 15, 2017. After this date, the best way to secure a site is to create a Facilitron account and place your request at https://facilitron.com/cuhsd95124. If you need any assistance setting up an account and/or in placing a facility use request, you can contact Facilitron directly at: email@example.com, or by calling: 800-272-2962.
All officially sanctioned school-related activities (clubs, class events, etc.) shall be given priority in the use of facilities under the Civic Center Act. Thereafter, the use of facilities shall be on a system of priorities and scheduling process. The use of school facilities by outside groups shall not result in increased costs to the District.
When school facilities are used by any group outside of the normal operating hours, a site or District employee must be present at all times. Keys shall never be issued to outside groups. Buildings will be opened, attended and closed by an authorized employee of the District only. Custodial time for necessary cleanup will be charged to the group using the facilities.
The Governing Board of CUHSD recognizes that District facilities are a community resource whose primary purpose is for school programs and activities. The Board authorizes the use of school facilities by community groups for purposes provided for in the Civic Center Act when such use does not interfere with school activities.