Enrollment and registration will be completed by Rochelle Adam, our EMIS Coordinator. Please contact her before arriving to verify she is available at your preferred day and time. You may contact her at: (740) 599-6116 Ext. 3245 or E-Mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can mail them to the school administration office or physically deliver the forms to the administration office between the hours of 8 a.m. and 3 p.m.
The following is the initial information needed from parents:
Open Enrollment Application – if applicable
Copy of Certified Birth Certificate
Proof of Residency – deed, lease, rental agreement, utility bill, tax statement, voter registration card, residency affidavit (to a physical address where you regularly sleep and receive mail)
Custody Documents – if applicable
Records Request (for students that attended preschool)
Transportation Inquiry (potential bus riders)
Proof of ID (parent/guardian)
DANVILLE LOCAL SCHOOLS INTER-DISTRICT OPEN ENROLLMENT GUIDELINES
The Danville Local School District Board of Education believes that students should, under certain prescribed circumstances, benefit from an inter-district enrollment policy. Guidelines for the transfer of students, based upon criteria established by the schools’ Administration and in conjunction with recommendations from officials of the Ohio Department of Education are listed below. These guidelines are intended to be consistent with Section 3319.98 of the Ohio Revised code and the Board’s policy on inter-district enrollment.
1. Any application for an inter-district transfer must be submitted to the Danville Local School District Superintendent’s office on or between the first Monday in April and the first Friday in June, immediately preceding the school year for which the transfer is desired. Applications will be acted upon by the last Friday in June. Parents/guardians must indicate acceptance of an approved transfer on or before the first day of school in August. Written notice of an approved and accepted transfer will promptly be furnished to the Superintendent of the transferring student’s home school district. One (1) application must be submitted for each student who requests an inter-district transfer.
2. Inter-district enrollment limits may be set by the Administration by grade level or on a course-by course basis.
3. No student, once accepted in July for the immediately succeeding school year, will be displaced should enrollment exceed the limits stated above. The Administration will determine the building assignment, without any guarantee that the building assignment (elementary) will prevail in subsequent years.
4. Enrollment in a special program, e.g., gifted, learning disabled, developmentally handicapped, will dictate where a student must attend school.
5. The Danville Local School District may refuse to admit a special education student if the services described in the student’s IEP are not available in the district’s school. If a special education student is admitted, the student’s school district of residence will be invited to participate in all IEP meetings regarding the student’s education consistent with state law.
6. All approved transfers are in effect for the school year in question only, and may be discontinued at the discretion of the Administration in subsequent school years.
7. Applicants shall be considered on a first-come, first-served basis with an assurance that native (home) students will not be displaced. Participants in previous projects, such as tuition and non-resident students, will be given preference.
8. Applicants may be rejected if the racial balance of either the sending or the receiving school district would be negatively impacted.
9. The Danville Local School District will accept no responsibility for the transportation of students from other districts.
10. The Danville Local School District may deny enrollment to students who have been expelled or suspended for (10) or more consecutive school days in the current term or the immediately preceding term.
11. Superintendents may, by mutual agreement, waive the stated enrollment deadline up to the first full week of October, should extenuating circumstances exist.
12. The Superintendent may allow a student who is a District school resident and currently enrolled, and who moves out of the district before the school year is over, to re-enter the district through open enrollment for completion of that school year.