Intra-district Transfer Information and Application
If you live within the boundaries of the Bear Valley Unified School District, but wish to request attendance at a school within the district other than your neighborhood school, you must submit a request for an Intra-District transfer. Intra-district applications will be accepted for the 2019-2020 school year between April 1, 2019 and May 17, 2019. A transcript and/or withdrawal grades, as well as attendance and behavior reports, are required when submitting an intra-district application. Visit your school of residence to for an application and to speak with the school site's principal.
Permit Criteria for Elementary Schools (Grades K-6)
- Academics: Students shall meet or exceed standards on formal assessments, including report cards and local assessments, Students shall make reasonable progress toward grade level proficiency.
- Behavior: The student shall have no suspensions in the prior two semesters, shall have no more than three office visits in the prior two semesters, and shall have no "N" or "U" citizenship marks on the most recent report card.
- Attendance: The student shall have no truancies and shall have no more than an average of one full-day absence, part-day absence, tardy, or late pick-up per month in the prior two semesters.
Parent(s)/Guardian(s), please follow these procedures for requesting Intra-district attendance transfers:
- If you are new to Bear Valley Unified School District, first enroll your child in their neighborhood school. This is considered their school of residence based on the Bear Valley Unified School District boundaries which is found on the Bear Valley Unified School District website www.bearvalleyusd.org At your child’s school of residence begin the Intra-district permit process by filling out the Intra-district Attendance Permit Application.
- Students currently on an Intra-district permit status shall be reviewed annually according to the established criteria. Students found to be in good standing on all criteria will have their permits renewed.
- Students who are not in good standing on one or more of the criteria may have their permits revoked.
- Permits may be reviewed at the end of each grading term (semester, K-6). Students who are not in good standing on one or more of the criteria may have their permit revoked at the end of the grading term.
- If a permit student has a sibling that will be attending the requested school with the sibling they will have priority.
- If a student is involved in an incident that would typically trigger a recommendation for a disciplinary hearing, the permit may be immediately revoked.
- For students requiring specialized services (special education), availability of such services and capacity in programs that provide such services shall also be considered in evaluating new applications and annual renewals for intra-district attendance.
Site administration has the authority to allow or deny intra-district attendance for any student due to extenuating circumstances on a case-by-case basis.