3000 Series | Kimberly
Education of Homeless Children
It is the policy of the District to ensure that:
- Each child of a homeless individual and each homeless child has equal access to the same free, appropriate public education, including a public preschool education, as provided to other students;
- Homelessness does not in any way separate homeless students from the mainstream school environment; and
In District Transfers
Acceptable Use of Electronic Networks
All use of electronic networks shall be consistent with the District’s goal of promoting educational excellence by facilitating resource sharing, innovation, and communication. These procedures do not attempt to state al required or proscribed behaviors by users. However, some specific examples are provided. The failure of any user to follow these procedures will result in the loss of privileges, disciplinary action, and/or appropriate legal action.
Terms and Conditions
Use of Restraint, Seclusion and Aversive Techniques for Students
Conduct of Employees Directed Toward Students:
OUT OF DISTRICT “NON-RESIDENT STUDENT(S)” ADMISSION POLICY/PROCEDURE
The Kimberly School District Board of Trustees, in conformance with Idaho Code, sections 33-1402 through 33-1404 hereby adopts written policy guidelines for accepting or rejecting out-of-district students.
Resident students of Kimberly School District must reside within in the district boundaries of Kimberly School District and will be afforded all rights and privileges of students associated with resident students. As defined by Idaho Code section 33-1401(2), a student’s residence is the residence of the student’s parent or guardian. On initial enrollment into Kimberly School District a student’s parents or guardians will be required to provide proof of residency within Kimberly School District boundaries.