Parents of students who reside outside of CVUSD boundaries who wish to attend a CVUSD school will need to complete an Interdistrict Transfer Agreement. For approval to leave your district the Interdistrict Transfer Agreement form must be obtained from and submitted to your local school district of residence. Your district of residence will forward the approved Interdistrict Transfer Agreement to CVUSD.
Interdistrict Transfer Agreement (Form)
Interdistrict Transfer Instructions/ Information Sheet
Re: Enrollment of Students Residing Outside of CVUSD Boundaries
Out-of-District Students Already Attending CVUSD Schools in 2017/18:
Effective January 1, 2011, AB 2444, incorporated into Education Code 46600, eliminated the requirement for an annual written release from the resident school district and approval from the receiving school district to remain enrolled in the receiving school district. Once released and approved, a student may remain at the approved school through the highest grade level at that school. Parents need to submit an Interdistrict Transfer Agreement “permit” when their child promotes from TK to kindergarten or elementary to middle school or from middle school to high school. For example, a student approved to attend a K-5 elementary school does not need additional approvals until they wish to enter a 6-8 middle school. A student approved for a 6-8 middle school does not need additional approvals until they wish to enter a 9-12 high school. Interdistrict transfers may be revoked at any time due to poor attendance, failure to uphold appropriate behavior standards, and failure to make appropriate academic effort.
Out-of-District Students Who Wish to Attend CVUSD Schools for the First Time in 2017/18:
Pursuant to the afore-mentioned Ed Code and County MOU, out-of-district students who wish to attend a CVUSD school for the first time in 2017/18 must obtain an Interdistrict Transfer Agreement “permit” from their school district of residence and submit the completed permit to their school district of residence. In addition, we are requesting that parents fax (805-373-6981) or email (email@example.com) a copy of the permit to CVUSD Student Support Services so that we are aware of your desire to attend our schools. If your permit is granted by your resident school district, the original permit must be submitted to CVUSD Student Support Services for approval. However, if your permit is rejected by your resident school district, we want you to be aware that you can appeal that decision to the Ventura County Board of Education. You can receive information on the appeal process from the Ventura County Office of Education, and on their website at www.vcoe.org.