(1)After July 1, 1986, and each school year thereafter, an eligible student may apply to the school board of his school district of residence to participate in the second chance program. Application and acceptance procedures shall be governed by rules and regulations promulgated by the state board of education. The school district of residence shall process an eligible student’s application, assist the student in enrolling in the eligible school, counsel the students and parents of students in the second chance program concerning the availability of services the child or family may need, and monitor the performance and progress of each student in the second chance program.
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(a)The school district of residence of a student enrolled in the second chance program shall count the student in its pupil enrollment pursuant to rules and regulations promulgated by the state board of education. The school district shall also provide to the department of education such information as it may require.
(B)Effective January 1, 1989, pursuant to rules and regulations promulgated by the state board of education, the school district of residence of the student shall transmit monthly eighty-five percent of the district of residence’s per pupil revenues, as defined in section 22-54-103 (9.3) to the school district or eligible school enrolling the student or the actual educational cost of the program provided, whichever is less.
(3)The duties of the school district of residence of the eligible student specified in subsection (1) of this section may be developed under contract with boards of cooperative services in districts with eligible participating students and eligible participating schools. School districts which are not in boards of cooperative services may contract with such boards for cooperative programming.
Section 22-52-104 — Application - payment,
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