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Except as to the attendance of a pupil pursuant to NRS The board of trustees of any school district may, with the approval of the Superintendent of Public Instruction:. With the approval of the Superintendent of Public Instruction, the board of trustees of the school district in which the pupil or pupils reside and the board of trustees of the school district in which the pupil or pupils attend school shall enter into an agreement providing for the payment of such tuition as may be agreed upon, but transportation costs must be paid by the board of trustees of the school district in which the pupil or pupils reside:.

In addition to the provisions for the payment of tuition and transportation costs for pupils admitted to an ading school district as provided in subsection 2, the agreement may contain provisions for the payment of reasonable amounts of money to defray the cost of operation, maintenance and depreciation of capital improvements which can be allocated to such pupils.

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For the purposes of apportionment of money, if such a pupil attends a school outside the county in which the pupil resides, the pupil must be counted as being enrolled in the district in which he or she attends school. The provisions of this section do not apply to a pupil who:.

Added to NRS by; A Such additional costs must be paid from the State Education Fund. If a pupil has been issued a fictitious address pursuant to NRS If a pupil described in subsection 1 attends a public school that is located in a school district other than the school district in which the pupil resides:. The provisions of this section do not apply to a pupil who is ineligible to attend a public school pursuant to NRS Added to NRS by The State Board shall adopt regulations to carry out the provisions of 20 U. The regulations must include the criteria for identifying a school as persistently dangerous.

The board of trustees of each school district shall prepare a written notice which identifies all the advanced placement courses, honors courses, international baccalaureate courses, dual credit courses, special education services, gifted and talented programs and any other educational programs available to pupils enrolled in the school district, including, without limitation, to the extent information is available, programs, including, without limitation, dual credit courses, offered by charter schools within the school district, which will assist in the advancement of the education of those pupils.

The notice must:. The notices prepared pursuant to subsection 1 and paragraph a of subsection 2 must be made available in such languages Adult searching sex Nevada the board of trustees of the school district deems necessary. The board of trustees of a school district shall not change the grade given to a pupil by Adult searching sex Nevada teacher unless the school district has established and followed a procedure that allows the teacher an opportunity to substantiate the grade that was given. If a parent or legal guardian of a pupil requests the education records of the pupil, a public school shall comply with the provisions of 20 U.

Part If a parent or legal guardian of a pupil reviews the education records of the pupil and requests an amendment or other change to the education records, a public school shall comply with the provisions of 20 U.

Except as otherwise provided in 20 U. If a public school administers a program which includes a survey, analysis or evaluation that is deed to elicit the information described in 20 U. A right accorded to a parent or legal guardian of a pupil pursuant to the provisions of this section devolves upon the pupil on the date on which the pupil attains the age of 18 years. A public school shall, at least annually, provide to each pupil who is at least 18 years of age and to a parent or legal guardian of each pupil who is not at least 18 years of age, written notice of his or her rights pursuant to this section.

The State Board may adopt such regulations as are necessary to ensure that public schools comply with the provisions of this section. Upon receiving a request for education records pursuant to NRS The board of trustees of a school district or the governing body of a charter school, as applicable, may be ed as a party in a proceeding concerning the protection of pursuant to NRS B.

The State Board shall adopt regulations which prescribe the courses of study required for promotion to high school, including, without limitation, English language arts, mathematics, science and social studies. The regulations may include the credits to be earned in each course. Except as otherwise provided in subsection 4, the board of trustees of a school district shall not promote a pupil to high school if the pupil does not complete the course of study or credits required for promotion.

The board of trustees of the school district in which the pupil is enrolled may provide programs of remedial study to complete the courses of study required for promotion to high school. The board of trustees of each school district shall adopt a procedure for evaluating the course of study or credits completed by a pupil who transfers to a junior high or middle school from a junior high or middle school in this State or from a school outside of this State.

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The board of trustees of each Adult searching sex Nevada district shall adopt a policy that allows a pupil who has not completed the courses of study or credits required for promotion to high school to be placed on academic probation and to enroll in high school. A pupil who is on academic probation pursuant to this subsection shall complete appropriate remediation in the subject areas that the pupil failed to pass.

The policy must include the criteria for eligibility of a pupil to be placed on academic probation. A parent or guardian may elect not to place his or her child on academic probation but to remain in grade 8. A homeschooled child who enrolls in a public high school shall, upon initial enrollment:.

Added to NRS by; A,;, ; In determining the mobility of pupils in a school, for any purpose, the Department shall divide the sum of the following s by the cumulative enrollment in the school:. To determine the cumulative enrollment of the school pursuant to subsection 1, the Department shall add the total of pupils enrolled in programs of instruction in the school who are included in the count for apportionment purposes pursuant to paragraphs a to dinclusive, f and g of subsection 1 of NRS The Department shall develop and distribute to the county school districts a form upon which the information necessary to the formula may be submitted by the individual schools.

Added to NRS by; A; Except as otherwise provided by law, each parent, custodial parent, guardian or other person in the State of Nevada having control or charge of any child between the ages of 7 and 18 years shall send the child to a public school during all the time the public school is in session in the school district in which the child resides unless the child has graduated from high school.

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If is not 5 years of age on or before September 30 of a school year, the child must not be admitted to kindergarten. Except as otherwise provided in subsection 4, who is 6 years of age on or before September 30 of a school year must:.

The parents, custodial parent, guardian or other person within the State of Nevada having control or charge of who is 6 years of age on or before September 30 of a school year may elect for the child not to attend kindergarten or the first grade during that year. The parents, custodial parent, guardian or other person who makes such an election shall file with the board of trustees of the appropriate school district a waiver in a form prescribed by the board.

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Whenever who is 6 years of age is enrolled in a public school, each parent, custodial parent, guardian or other person in the State of Nevada having control or charge of the child shall send the child to the public school during all the time the school is in session. If the board of trustees of a school district has adopted a policy prescribing a minimum of days of attendance for pupils enrolled in kindergarten or first grade pursuant to NRS The parent or legal guardian shall comply with the applicable requirements for attendance.

This requirement for attendance does not apply to any child under the age of 7 years who has not yet been enrolled or has been formally withdrawn from enrollment in public school. who is 7 years of age on or before September 30 of a school year must:.

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If the district determines that the child is prepared developmentally, the child must be admitted to the first grade. If the district determines that the child is not so prepared, he or she must be admitted to kindergarten. Each school district shall prepare and administer before the beginning of each school year a developmental screening test to :. The of the test must be made available to the parents, custodial parent, guardian or other person within the State of Nevada having control or charge of the .

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Except as otherwise provided in subsection 9, who becomes a resident of this State after completing kindergarten or beginning first grade in another state in accordance with the laws of that state may be admitted to the grade the child was attending or would be attending had he or she remained a resident of the other state regardless of his or her age, unless the board of trustees of the school district determines that Adult searching sex Nevada requirements of this section are being deliberately circumvented.

Pursuant to the provisions of NRS F. must be excused from attendance required by the provisions of NRS A board of trustees of a school district which has excused from attendance pursuant to subsection 1 who, pursuant to NRS Attendance required by the provisions of NRS Attendance of required by the provisions of NRS The child is enrolled in a private school pursuant to chapter of NRS; or.

A parent of the child chooses to provide education to the child and files a notice of intent to homeschool the child with the superintendent of schools of the school district in which the child resides in accordance with NRS D. The board of trustees of each school district shall provide programs of special education and related services for homeschooled children.

The programs of special education and related services required by this section must be made available:. The programs of special education and related services required by subsection 1 may be offered at a public school or another location that is appropriate. The board of trustees of a school district may, before providing programs of special education and related services to a homeschooled child pursuant to subsection 1, require proof of the identity of the child, including, without limitation, the birth certificate of the child or other documentation sufficient to establish the identity of the.

The Department shall adopt such regulations as are necessary for the boards of trustees of school districts to provide the programs of special education and related services required by subsection 1. Except as otherwise provided in subsection 1 of NRS A homeschooled child must be allowed to participate in interscholastic activities and events governed by the Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association pursuant to chapter B of NRS and interscholastic activities and events, including sports, pursuant to subsection 3.

Adult searching sex Nevada board of trustees of a school district may revoke its approval for a pupil to participate in a class or extracurricular activity at a public school pursuant to subsection 1 if the board of trustees or the public school determines that the pupil has failed to comply with applicable statutes, or applicable rules and regulations of the board of trustees.

If the board of trustees revokes its approval, neither the board of trustees nor the public school is liable for any damages relating to the denial of services to the pupil. In addition to those interscholastic activities and events governed by the Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association pursuant to chapter B of NRS, a homeschooled child must be allowed to participate in interscholastic activities and events, including sports, if a notice of intent of a homeschooled child to participate in programs and activities is filed for the child with the school district for the current school year pursuant to NRS D.

Any rules or regulations that apply to pupils enrolled in public schools who participate in interscholastic activities and events, including sports, apply in the same manner to homeschooled children who participate in interscholastic Adult searching sex Nevada and events, including, without limitation, provisions governing:. If a homeschooled child participates in interscholastic activities and events pursuant to subsection Any child between the ages of 15 and 18 years who has completed the work of the first eight grades may be excused from full-time school attendance and may be permitted to enter proper employment or apprenticeship, by the written authority of the board of trustees excusing the child from such attendance.

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In all such cases, no employer or other person shall employ or contract for the services or time of such child until the child presents a written permit therefor from the attendance officer or board of trustees. The permit must be kept on file by the employer and, upon the termination of employment, must be returned by the employer to the board of trustees or other authority issuing it.

The board of trustees of each school district shall adopt rules that require each public school in the district to include the ing of attendance and, if feasible, tardiness of a pupil on each report card or other report of progress of the pupil. The report card or other report of progress must indicate the of absences, if any, for the period covered by the report card or other report of progress.

Except as otherwise provided in NRS The board of trustees of a school district may adopt a policy prescribing a minimum of days that a pupil who is enrolled in kindergarten or first grade in the school district must be in attendance for the pupil to obtain credit or to be promoted to the next higher grade.

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For the purposes of this section, the days on which a pupil is not in attendance because the pupil is absent for up to 10 days within 1 school year with the approval of the teacher or principal of the school pursuant to NRS The teacher or principal of the school may approve the absence of a pupil for deployment activities of the parent or legal guardian of the pupil, as defined in NRS F. If the board of trustees of a school district has adopted a policy pursuant to subsection 5, the day limitation on absences does not apply to absences that are excused pursuant to that policy. The board of trustees of a school district may adopt a policy to exempt pupils who are physically or mentally unable to attend school from the limitations on absences set forth in subsection 1.

If a board of trustees adopts a policy pursuant to this subsection:. A school shall inform the parents or legal guardian of each pupil who is enrolled in the school that the parents or legal guardian and the pupil are required to comply Adult searching sex Nevada the provisions governing the attendance and truancy of pupils set forth in NRS Added to NRS by; A;;94;; The principal of a public school or a deee of the principal shall, upon written request by a pupil who is between the ages of 14 and 18 years and who is enrolled in the school, provide the pupil a written statement ed by the principal or the deee:.

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The principal of a public school or a deee of the principal shall not provide a written statement pursuant to subsection 1 unless the pupil satisfies the requirements of paragraph a of subsection 1 or the principal determines a hardship exists pursuant to paragraph b of subsection 1. The board of trustees of each school district shall prescribe a standard form for use by the principals employed by the school district and their deees pursuant to this section.

Except as otherwise provided in subsection 2 of NRS

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