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Flyer distribution (Peachjar)

Community eFlyers Delivered Via Peachjar

Peachjar is the Lake Orion Community Schools flyer distribution system. External organizations can share information with LOCS families on a district or school-specific basis, as long as the proposal adheres to the district flyer standards. Information on how to sign up as an outside vendor is listed below.

Families receive flyers in an individual email based on the school their student attends. The flyers are also posted on each schools' website, as well as listed on this page.

Peachjar

Peachjar for Parents

Peachjar is an innovative flyer management system that sends school-approved digital flyers directly to parents' inboxes. Think of the Peachjar system as an electronic backpack for parents. This “green” initiative will save our schools tons of paper and reduce copy costs by thousands of dollars. 

Now, parents can easily find, view flyers, and take action immediately to sign up for activities and events. To sign up, click on your child's campus to the right of the webpage, and follow the instructions.

Peachjar for Businesses

Because paper flyers will no longer be distributed, you must register an account with Peachjar for digital flyer delivery. Peachjar charges a fee for utilizing this service. You may upload your flyer for distribution to your desired school(s). As a “program provider”, you will have access to metrics not previously available.

After your flyer has been submitted, it will be routed automatically to the school district office for approval, then emailed as a visually engaging image to all parents who have their email address on file in the district, for the school(s) you select. 

Learn More or for Help Uploading your Digital flyer

Please contact Mark Snyder, LOCS Director of Communications and Marketing, with any additional questions at (248) 693-5403.

The Green Effect of Peachjar

As part of our efforts to be more environmentally friendly, embrace innovative technology, and maintain fiscal responsibility, we have transitioned from paper to electronic flyer delivery. The district has contracted Peachjar to provide this service. Peachjar provides an innovative flyer management system that sends school-approved digital flyers directly to parents' inboxes and posts them online. Now, parents can easily find and view flyers and take action immediately to sign up for activities and events.  


Please contact Mark Snyder, LOCS Director of Communications and Marketing, with any additional questions at (248) 693-5403.
 

LOCS Flyer Approval Guidelines

The following guidelines must be met for flyers to be considered for digital distribution:

  • The flyer will automatically have the following disclaimer added to the eflyer: This program is not sponsored by Lake Orion Community Schools. Approval to distribute flyers is a community service and does not imply endorsement.
  • Support the basic educational mission of the district, be of value or enrichment nature to the students or their parents/guardians, and/or benefiting to the community of Lake Orion Community Schools in a positive manner. It should be located and be within the communities surrounding Lake Orion.
  • Must be age and/or developmentally appropriate for students.
  • Be in PDF format and smaller than 3 MB in file size.
  • Contain the name and contact information of the sponsoring organization, but should not contain advertising logos or promotions for any business/organization other than the approved entity.
  • LOCS reserves the right to deny any flyer that directly competes with a district program or initiative.
  • Fundraising flyers are only allowed from groups outside the school once approved by LOCS Finance Director Andrea Curtis.

LOCS will not approve flyers that:

  • Are lewd, obscene, libelous, or slanderous.
  • Incite students to commit unlawful acts, violate school rules, or disrupt the orderly operation of the schools.
  • Advertisements that would prevent the district from maintaining a position of neutrality on political and religious issues or that would create an appearance of favoritism on said issues.
  • Proselytize religious beliefs.
  • Position the district on any side of a controversial issue. 
  • Discriminate against, attack, or denigrate any group on account of gender, race, age, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, disability, or other unlawful consideration.
  • Promote the use or sale of materials or services that are illegal or inconsistent with school objectives, including, but not limited to, materials or advertisements for tobacco, intoxicants, and movies, programs, or products unsuitable for children.
  • Solicit funds or services for an organization, with the exception of solicitations authorized in Board policy.