Interdistrict Agreement Process
Interdistrict Agreement Processtitle
- Interdistrict agreements originate at the district of residence. In Denair Unified, the Student Service Department is responsible for interdistrict agreements.
- Parent/guardian must request and complete an Interdistrict Request/Agreement form each year. Requests will not be processed without appropriate verification attached (see form for reasons requiring verification).
- Parent works locally (Allen Bill): signed letter on company letterhead attesting that parent physically works at least 10 hours during the school week within the boundaries of the requested district and a current pay stub.
- Childcare needs: a signed letter from the childcare provider, including physical address, attesting to services provided with the boundaries of the requested district and a current receipt/invoice for services.
- In order to adequately plan classes and instructional services for the next school year, Interdistrict Request/Agreement forms are due on March 30 of the year preceding the requested transfer. Forms received after this date will only be considered in special circumstances.
- Districts consider a variety of factors before approving or denying a transfer request. This includes possible impacts on overall school or district enrollment and school programs.
- The school principal will meet with the parent/guardian to discuss the interdistrict transfer request. The principal will approve or deny the request, sign, and forward the Interdistrict Request/Agreement form to the district office for processing, including review by the Superintendent.
- Upon notification of a denied request, an appeal may be filed in writing with the Superintendent's Office within 10 calendar days.
- Parents/guardians have a right to appeal to the County Board of Education within 30 calendar days from the date of the final denial. (Education Code 46600.2)
- Transportation is not provided for students on Interdistrict agreements.