Students who live in the boundaries of other school districts may request a transfer into the Centennial School District, and students who live in the Centennial School District may ask for permission to attend schools in other districts.
Permission for standard transfer in or out of a school district is decided based on both districts involved, priorities by Oregon legislature, district school boards, space availability and random lottery numbers. There is usually a set time frame for applying for transfers, and late applications can be denied.
There are state laws that govern the inter district transfer process. Inter district transfer laws are complex and have changed considerably over the past several years. Permission for standard transfers in or out of a school district is decided based on priorities by Oregon Legislature, district school boards, space availability and random lottery numbers. There is usually a set time frame for applying for inter-district transfers, and late applications can be denied. Generally, transfer decisions are made in the spring and summer for the following school year.
Transportation on all transfers will be solely the responsibility of the students’ parents/guardian.
All transfers are contingent upon satisfactory attendance, behavior and citizenship.Transfer approval will be revoked for students who are either:
- Chronically absent (defined as missing 10% of school days) in a grading period.
- Students who receive two or more suspensions from school.
- Repeated late drop off and/or picked up.
Addition Transfer Information
The Centennial School District understands that all school districts determine individual district transfer guidelines and dates. This process may be confusing or frustrating to families. For more information please contact the transfer secretary, Angie at the district office or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org .