Flyer Distribution Guidelines

North Kitsap School District offers the opportunity for non-profit organizations offering educational or recreational opportunities for children in North Kitsap to distribute information to students/parents in the following ways:

Electronic-Only Flyer Distribution Service

Our district cooperates with approved non-profit community partners and government entities by posting eflyers online and distributing them electronically through our service provider, Peachjar. As part of our efforts to be more environmentally friendly, embrace innovative technology, and maintain fiscal responsibility, we transitioned from paper to electronic flyer delivery in 2015. Flyers are distributed via email and posted on a website through a service called Peachjar.

There is a small fee associated with the use of this service.

Community Free Flyer Program

If you have a free event and will not be collecting any fees or requiring a fee-based membership, you may qualify for free postings from Peachjar. Follow the instructions provided by Peachjar to see if your organization qualifies.

Visit to view your school's flyers and sign up for email delivery!

*Note: Parents with students registered in NKSD are automatically signed up for email delivery. You may register with Peachjar to customize your delivery settings and/or sign up to receive flyers from additional schools.

To request flyer approval, select the instructions based on your type of organization:

For Reference:

We will not post or distribute materials that:

  • Require any printing on behalf of the district.
  • Do not contain district disclaimer language.
  • Are obscene, lewd or vulgar, or libelous.
  • Contain language that is intimidating, demeaning, harassing, or threatening based on race, religion, color, national origin or ancestry, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, disability, marital or veteran status, including, but not limited to, racial, sexual, or ethnic slurs.
  • Promote commercial enterprises.
  • Promote the violation of existing laws, regulations, or ordinances, or official school policies, rules, or regulations.
  • Proselytize or disparage religious beliefs.