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Digital Flyers

Verona Area School District provides a mechanism for digital distribution of school and community information directly to parents. Use of digital flyers to share information about school and community events aligns with our efforts to promote positive relationships between schools and the community to enhance community support and involvement. Digitally distributing flyers is also part of our ongoing commitment to ensure parents have quick and easy access to important information. Click here to view recent digital flyers.

Follow the steps below to request approval for a flyer. Once approved, your flyer will be emailed to all parents and posted online.

  • Visit 
  • Register as a Community Organization (account type). 
  • Upload your flyer for approval

Peachjar will automatically submit your flyer to the Public Information Office. They will review the material and approve or deny based on the standards below. Peachjar charges a small fee for this service that is typically much less than the cost to copy and deliver paper flyers to each school. VASD does not distribute paper flyers from outside organizations. 

VASD reserves the right to deny the posting and/or distribution of any flyer.

All flyers should:

  • Adhere to Board of Education policies and Administrative Rules

  • Align to the District's Strategic Plan

  • Be educational in nature and serve the District's stakeholders consisting of students, parents, guardians, and the community

  • Be age-appropriate for K-12 students

  • Not contain sales-driven advertising language that simply promotes an individual, agency, and/or organization

  • Contain the name and contact information of the sponsoring entity

  • Be in PDF format, smaller than 10 MB in file size

  • If not sponsored by the school, include the District’s disclaimer statement as follows: This is NOT a school-sponsored event.

Flyers may not:

  • Solicit funds with the exception of participation fees

  • Promote a particular political candidate, party, or ballot

  • Position the District on a side of a controversial issue