Special medical or social adjustment (i.e. safety)
Intradistrict permit requests due to special medical or social adjustment (i.e. safety) require supporting documentation from a properly licensed or registered professional.
Please attach the documentation in the application below.
All requests shall be reviewed by the principal at the school of residency and a decision shall be rendered to grant or deny the permit.
Application Review Period: August 9 - 13, 2021
All Submitted Applications received between July 19 - August 6, 2021, will be reviewed the week of August 9, 2021 by the school site principal. All submissions will either be granted or denied and notifications to both the parent and the district office will be sent immediately by email.
Intra-district Permit Appeal Process:
If an Intra-district permit request has been denied by the principal, then the parent has a right to appeal the decision to the Office of Child Welfare and Attendance.
The Supervisor of Child Welfare & Attendance shall review the transfer appeal based on Board policy and regulations, education code, state law, and consultation with school sites, parents, and district administration when necessary. He/she and the Student Transfer Committee shall hear the appeal. If it is denied, the parent/guardian may appeal, in writing no later than 10 calendar days from the denial, to the District Hearing Officer who shall render the final decision. (AR 5116.1)