FORMS

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Flyer Distribution Form
Please complete the flyer distribution form along with a copy of your flyer containing the disclaimer then email or fax it to: (509) 758-3326 Attn:  Patty Dyke.  Thank you.



CHOICE FORMS

Non-Resident Admission Form
Please complete the form listed above if your student lives outside of the Clarkston School District boundaries and would like to attend one of the following schools: Grantham Elementary, Heights Elementary, Highland Elementary, Parkway Elementary, Lincoln Middle School, Clarkston High School or Educational Opportunity Center.  In ALL cases in which a non-resident student is released, the student or the student's parent/guardian shall be solely responsible for transportation.  Forms must be filed annually by September 15.  Once you have completed the non-resident admission form, please return it to:  Clarkston School District, Attn: Keri Myklebust, 1294 Chestnut Street, Clarkston, WA  99403.  For more information, please refer to Policy No. 3141.


Resident 
A student who lives within the boundaries of the Clarkston School District, who would like to attend a school outside of the district area, will need to complete a non-resident form provided by the district in which the student would like to attend.  In ALL cases in which a resident student is released, the student or the student's parent/guardian shall be solely responsible for transportation.  For more information, please refer to Policy No. 3140.  Request to attend Asotin School District
 
 
In the 2013 legislative session, OSPI was directed to create a standard form to be used by all districts for Choice Transfers for online school enrollments. (RCW 28A.250.070) The Standard Choice Transfer System (SCTS) was developed to meet this need. It is an application within EDS that provides a resident district the ability to submit a parent request for a Choice Transfer to a nonresident district, signifying the intent to release the student upon acceptance. The nonresident district will accept or deny the request within the system. Email notices are sent automatically from the system at milestones throughout the process to the parent and the districts. The system features include the ability to rescind, renew and resubmit appealed requests.


Declaration of Intent to Provide Home-Based instruction
A parent who intends to cause his/her child or children to receive home-based instruction in lieu of attendance or enrollment in a public school, approved private school, or an extension program of an approved private school must file an annual declaration of intent by September 15.
Last Modified on July 10, 2014