Yup. I learned today you can, for example make money by copying Creative Commons works on behalf of nonprofit organizations.
Standard principles of agency law also affect patents, so that’s making money on making products for someone else even if it’s under a noncommercial patent license - if the license applies to the licensee itself.
In sum, the unambiguous terms of License permit FedEx to copy the Materials on behalf of a school district exercising rights under the License and charge that district for that copying at a rate more than FedEx’s cost, in the absence of any claim that the school district is using the Materials for other than a ‘non-Commercial purpose.’
I’ve heard elsewhere that it’s more difficult to license for classes of user than it is purposes, or use cases, or ‘field of endeavour’ but that just doesn’t seem to hold here.