Policy 2105 - Grade Organization

The District has instructional levels for grades kindergarten through twelve. The grouping and housing of instructional levels in school facilities shall be according to plans developed by the Superintendent and approved by the Board.

Instructional programs shall be coordinated between each grade and between levels of schools.

A student will be assigned to an instructional group or a classroom that will best serve the needs of that individual while still considering the rights and needs of other students. Factors to be considered in classroom assignments are: class size, peer relations, student/teacher relations, instructional style of individual teachers, and any other variables that will affect the performance of the student.

The criteria for grouping should be based upon the learning goals and objectives being addressed, the student’s age and the student's ability to achieve those purposes in accordance with policy 3110.

Legal Reference:
I.C. § 33-302 Classification of school districts

Policy History:
First Reading: 11/26/02
Adopted on: 1/28/03
Revised: 8/25/14