Flyer Approval for Distribution

General Information

  • Participating organizations are required to show proof of non-profit status. 

  • Flyers distributed to students must clearly indicate that the activity is for students.  Advertisements with little or no educational value will not be approved.  Flyers should not contain advertising logos or promotions for any business or organization other than the approved organization submitting the flyer.  Pine Tree ISD reserves the right of final approval for the release of any flyer and may deny permission for any reason consistent with federal or state law, district policy, procedures and practices.

Distribution Process GuidelinesAll organizations must submit a Distribution Request Form, online or in-person, and submit a copy of the flyer by e-mail to [email protected] or by bringing a copy to the Central Administration Building (Community Center) at 1701 Pine Tree Road, Longview, TX 75604.

No material will be approved for public or student access during the first full week of school, the week prior to winter holidays, the first week of the spring semester, the week of State testing, or the last two weeks of school.   Duplication of flyers is the responsibility of the  organization requesting permission to distribute.

Flyer Distribution:

Once approved, the organization must bring the copied flyers to the PTISD Central Administration Building  (Community Center) for distribution. Please do not take approved flyers to any PTISD campus or building.   The Communications Department will provide number of students per campus for distribution.

Other non-profits

Other non-profits may distribute flyers at campus offices in a centralized location (2) times a year with a maximum of 25 flyers.  Non-profits will print flyers and all distribution will be from the Communications Office.  

Pine Tree ISD's Communications Office maintains the right to deny any distribution request at any time, including requests from organizations that meet the outlined guidelines.

Distribution of Non-School Literature Guidelines and "Other" Communication Material Approval Guidelines