Student Transfer Revocation Process for School Principals

What is the process for an administrator to request a revocation? 

If a student fails to meet the conditions of the transfer (good standing in grades, attendance and behavior) a request for revocation must come from the school principal to the Director of Student Assignment, with the following documentation to support the request:

·         All interventions and supports that the school has made available to the student since he/she has struggled/failed to meet a particular condition of the transfer.

·         A warning letter to the parent/guardian stating the conditions (i.e., behavior, attendance, grades) that the student has failed to meet, along with  improvements that must                  occur to maintain the transfer.

·        Revocations are best made at the semester break or at the end of the school year, unless there are extenuating circumstances.

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