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Rs 17:155 Attendance Of Pupils In Schools Of Adjoining Parishes Or Cities; Per Capita Cost Of Instruction

§155. Attendance of pupils in schools of adjoining parishes or cities; per capita cost of instruction

Children for whom adequate schools of suitable grade have not been provided in their home parish may attend schools in an adjoining parish. In such cases, permits shall be secured from the parish superintendent of the children's home parish, and after they have been approved by the parish superintendent of the parish in which the schools that the children desire to attend are located, they shall be presented to the principals of the schools which the children wish to attend, who shall be required to admit the children and provide for their instruction the same as if they were residents of the parish. The superintendent of the children's home parish shall settle monthly for the instruction of such children as shall take advantage of the provisions of this Section, the settlement for each child to be on the basis of the per capita cost of instruction in the school attended by that child.

In estimating the per capita cost of instruction, the parish operating the school must not include items of general control, items arising out of operation of transfers or other auxiliary agencies, items of fixed charges, capital outlay, or debt service; but may include salaries of teachers, teaching supplies, salaries of janitors, janitors supplies, repairs and renewals.

Children living beyond the limits of a city which supports and operates public schools separate and apart from the system of schools under the jurisdiction of the parish school board, and having the right under the Constitution to charge for the instruction of children not residents of the city, may attend the schools of such city, provided the parish school board does not operate adequate schools of suitable grade for the benefit of such children. Pupils desiring to take advantage of the provisions of this Section shall secure permits from the parish superintendent of their home parish, which permits shall be approved by the city superintendent of the city schools which the children desire to attend, who shall designate on the permits the schools which the children are to attend. The parish superintendent shall settle monthly for the instruction of such of the parish children as shall attend the city schools under the provisions of this Section, the settlement for each child to be on the basis of the per capita cost of instruction in the school attended by that child.

In estimating the per capita cost of instruction, the city operating the school must not include items of general control, items arising out of operation of transfers or other auxiliary agencies, items of fixed charges, capital outlay, or debt service; but may include salaries of teachers, teaching supplies, salaries of janitors, janitors supplies, repairs and renewals.

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Louisiana
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John Bel Edwards
John Bel Edwards
January 11, 2016 -
Democratic
1-225-342-4404
900 North 3rd Street, Baton Rouge, LA, 70802

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