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Student Transfers

Student Transfers

 

NEW TRANSFER:  Requests will be accepted beginning Monday, April 16, 2018  through Friday, June 15, 2018.  APPROVAL/DENIAL LETTERS WILL BE MAILED before June 22, 2018.

New Transfer applications will be online and are taken on a first come basis.  The link will be posted on this page beginning April 16, 2018 at 8:00 a.m.  Campus Principals make Approval/Denial recommendations to the Assistant Superintendent of Student Services on each transfer, taken in the order they were received based on:

  1. Space available in that particular campus grade level
  2. Attendance history of student
  3. Discipline history of student

TRANSFER RENEWALS:  Transfers must be renewed each year.  Transfer Renewal Letters will be sent home by April 16, 2018 and must be returned no later than June 1, 2018.  Returning transfer students are reviewed each year by the campus principal and a recommendation is made to the Assistant Superintendent of Student Services based on student's attendance, grades, and discipline history.  APPROVAL/DENIAL LETTERS WILL BE MAILED before June 22, 2018.

If transfer request is accepted:  This transfer is effective for the current school year only.  District approval of this transfer creates no right or expectation that the student will be admitted as a transfer for any subsequent school year.  This transfer is approved for the named student only.  District approval of this transfer creates no right or expectation that another student from the same family will be admitted as a transfer.

Student must maintain acceptable levels of attendance, academic achievement, and compliance with the Student Code of Conduct throughout the entire school year.  Acceptable levels are defined as:

  1. Attendance that does not place the student at risk of losing credit under Education Code 25.092 or require the district to warn the parent or the student of truancy proceedings under Education Code 25.095;
  2. Academic achievement in all courses; and
  3. Compliance with the Student Code of Conduct that results in no offenses requiring removal to an Alternative Education Program or expulsion and no more than two referrals each grading period for other Code of Conduct infractions.

Parent(s) must comply with and observe all District policies and reasonable District and campus procedures and requirements.  

The parent or the student will be responsible for transportation to and from the school to which the student is assigned.

The superintendent or designee may rescind the transfer of a student who fails to maintain an acceptable level of attendance, academic achievement, or compliance with the Student Code of Conduct during a semester.  The superintendent or designee may rescind the transfer of student whose parent(s) do not comply with and observe all District policies and reasonable District and campus procedures and requirements.  If the student’s approved transfer status is rescinded, revocation ordinarily will be effective at the end of a semester; however, the Superintendent or designee has discretion to revoke the transfer at the end of the grading period in which a standard for continued admission is violated. 

If the student’s approved transfer status is revoked for any reason, the student shall not be eligible for admission in the future under a Power of Attorney.  

Except as modified by this Transfer Agreement, the student will be subject to all policies, regulations, rights, privileges, and responsibilities of enrollment in the district as if he or she resided in the district.

For questions please call:

Beth Moore
Executive Asst. - Temple ISD Student Services
254-215-6792