Fall Permit Request
2020-2021 School Year


Intra-district permit requests may be submitted to the Constituent Services Office between August 24, 2020 and September 18, 2020. 

Please do not send duplicate requests. 
Student Information
School Documents
Parent/Guardian Information
School Request
Attendance, Academic and Behavioral Expectations and Transportation Policy

I understand that this permit may be revoked if the pupil does not conform to Attendance, Academic and Behavioral expectations, and I understand the pupil may be returned to their school of residence. Under this Agreement the Parent/Guardian assumes responsibility for transporting their child to and from school. 

Conditions for Maintaining an Intra-District Permit Agreement

By signing the agreement, I acknowledge that I have read and understood the CONDITIONS FOR MAINTAINING AN INTRA-DISTRICT PERMIT.  I understand that I must adhere to all conditions of the Intra-District Permit or the Permit may be revoked. I also understand that upon termination of the Intra-District Permit, I will be required to register with the school of residence.


* Maintain a minimum attendance rate of ninety-five percent (95%) each grading period.

* Attend school on time and have no truancies or unexcused absences during the school year.


Elementary (K-6) Students are expected to put forth their best effort in all of their classes and homework on a consistent basis.  Demonstrate progress towards grade level standards. Elementary permits may be revoked on or near the end of the first trimester and at the conclusion of the school year.

Secondary (7 -12) Maintain a cumulative 2.0 grade point average (GPA) each grading period.

* If the student’s GPA falls below the 2.0 GPA requirements during the first grading period, the student will be placed on probation until the completion of the next grading period.

* Failure to bring the GPA up to 2.0 during the period of probation will result in the termination of the Inter/Intra-District Permit. 


* Students may be alternatively placed by the Student Hearing and Placement Department follow a due process hearing.

* Maintain appropriate school behavior as outlined in the District Student Code of Conduct Handbook.

* Refrain from any violations of the California Education code and abide by all school and classroom rules and regulations.

* Submit valid and verifiable enrollment information.  Failure to provide the required information or committing enrollment fraud will result in immediate permit revocation.

* Changes in contact information, guardianship, address, telephone number, etc. must be immediately reported to the school.

* Parents/guardians assume responsibility for transporting their child to and from school.