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3114 (P) - Part-Time, Home-Based, or Off-Campus Students

Board Policy No. 3114

PART-TIME, HOME-BASED, OR OFF-CAMPUS STUDENTS

Part-time students are permitted to enroll and receive ancillary services, provided that such students are otherwise eligible for full time enrollment in the school district and such courses or services are not available in the student’s private school or an approved extension thereof. Part-time status also includes any student, not enrolled in a private school, who is receiving home-based instruction and taking courses at or receiving ancillary services from the district or both, or any student involved in an approved work training program.


Home-based instruction may consist of instructional and related educational activities, including the basic skills of occupational education, science, mathematics, language, social studies, history, health, reading, writing, spelling, and the development of an appreciation of art and music. Such instruction shall be equivalent, as liberally construed, to the total annual program hours per grade level as established for public schools.


Home-based instruction may be provided by a parent/guardian who has filed a declaration of intent with the superintendent by September 15, or within two (2) weeks of the beginning of any quarter, trimester or semester. Parents/guardians may file their declaration of intent with the school district in which they reside or in a school district that has accepted their student pursuant to RCW 28A.225.225, Choice. All decisions relating to philosophy or doctrine, selection of books, teaching materials and curriculum, and methods, timing, place, and provision for the evaluation of home-based instruction shall be the responsibility of the parent/guardian. Failure of a parent/guardian to comply with the standards as specified in the law shall constitute a violation of the compulsory attendance law.


A student may be enrolled in an off-campus instruction program provided that such experiences have been approved by the superintendent or designee.


The superintendent is directed to establish procedures that define the district’s responsibilities for
home-based and off-campus instruction.

Cross References:

Board Policy
2255 Alternative Learning Experience Programs

Legal References:

RCW

28A.225.220  Adults, children from other districts agreements for attending school -- Tuition
28A.225.225  Applications to attend nonresident district
28A.195.010 Private schools—Extension programs for parents/guardians to teach children in their custody -- Scope of state control -- Generally

28A.225.010

Attendance mandatory—Age—Persons having custody shall cause child to attend public school—Exceptions

28A.200.010 Home-based instruction—Duties of parents/guardians

28A.200.020

Home-based instruction—Certain decisions responsibility of parent/guardian

28A.150.350

Part-time students—Defined—Enrollment authorized—Reimbursement for costs—Funding authority recognition—Rules

WAC

392-121-182

Alternative learning experience requirements

392-134

Finance—apportionment for part-time public School attendance

 

First Reading: May 7, 2002

Adopted by the Board: July 16, 2002

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