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TUITION RATES We will be calculating 2015-2016 tuition rates this spring using your 2013-2014 financial data Idaho Code 33-1405 requires out-of-state student.

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1 TUITION RATES We will be calculating tuition rates this spring using your financial data Idaho Code requires out-of-state student tuition be charged to those students whose “home” district is outside of Idaho Can request a waiver from the State Board of Education for any portion of the tuition rate Waiver must be submitted before April 1 (that’s less than a month from today)

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3 ANNUAL TUITION RATE Monthly Per Capita Cost Overall cost of educating a student Monthly Per Capita State Support Amount of state funding received for a student Net Monthly Tuition Difference between Monthly Per Capita Cost and the Monthly Per Capita State Support Calculated per Idaho Code

4 WHAT TUITION RATE TO USE WHEN Is the student from “without” the state of Idaho? Is the student home-schooled or attending a non-public school? Is the student enrolled at another Idaho public school?

5 IS THE STUDENT FROM “WITHOUT” THE STATE OF IDAHO? IC requires that the gross Monthly Per Capita rate be charged to all students attending an Idaho public school…unless a waiver has been granted from the SBOE Waiver requests must be submitted before April 1 of the year prior to the waiver’s effective date

6 IS THE STUDENT HOME-SCHOOLED OR ATTENDING A NON-PUBLIC SCHOOL? If the student is not enrolled in another Idaho public school and is under instruction at your school: More than 4 hours a day, report 1.0 ADA More than 2 ½ hours a day but less than 4 hours - report a.5 day ADA Less than 2 ½ hours a day – accumulate the aggregate attendance for the week Please be cautious if a student says he is being home-schooled. Students should be specifically asked if they are enrolled in or attending an online charter school.

7 IS THE STUDENT HOME-SCHOOLED OR ATTENDING A NON-PUBLIC SCHOOL? If the student is a resident of your district, no tuition should be charged If the student is not a resident of your district, use the Net Monthly Tuition rate to capture the “local” portion of educating that student Please be cautious if a student says he is being home-schooled. Students should be specifically asked if they are enrolled in or attending an online charter school.

8 IS THE STUDENT ENROLLED AT ANOTHER IDAHO PUBLIC SCHOOL? Please work with the other Idaho public school if student is under instruction 2½ hours or more at each school Idaho will only pay one time to educate that student If the student will be under instruction less than 2½ hours/day at your school NO ATTENDANCE SHOULD BE REPORTED Attendance may not be aggregated for the week (like it is for home-schooled students)

9 IS THE STUDENT ENROLLED AT ANOTHER IDAHO PUBLIC SCHOOL? If the student is a resident of your district and you are reporting attendance, no tuition should be charged If the student is a resident of your district and you are not reporting attendance, the Monthly per Capita State Support rate may be used to determine the amount to be charged to that student If the Idaho student is not a resident of your district and you are not reporting attendance, the Monthly per Capita rate may be used to determine the amount to be charged to that student

10 WHAT RATE TO USE WHEN Monthly Per Capita Rate Must use if student is from outside Idaho (unless you have received a waiver from the SBOE) Use if an Idaho student from another district is attending your schools and no attendance is being reported Monthly Per Capita State Support Rate Use if student is from within your district but is enrolled at another Idaho public school and no attendance is being reported by your district Net Monthly Tuition Rate May use if student is from another Idaho district and you are reporting attendance

11 HB 324 (2013 LEGISLATURE) – MILITARY STUDENTS / OUT OF STATE TUITION The purpose of the Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunity for Military Children is to remove barriers to educational success imposed on children of military families because of frequent moves and deployment of their parents. Article VI-Eligibility An LEA is prohibited from charging local tuition to a transitioning military child placed in the care of a noncustodial parent or other person who lives in a jurisdiction other than that of the custodial parent. A transitioning military child, placed in the care of a noncustodial parent or other person, may continue to attend the school in which he or she was enrolled while residing with the custodial parent


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