Standard school presumed
- • effect of finding of deficiency
- • rules
(1) All school districts are presumed to maintain a standard school district until the school district has been found to be deficient by the Superintendent of Public Instruction, pursuant to standards and rules of the State Board of Education.
(2) If any deficiencies are not corrected before the beginning of the school year next following the date of the finding of deficiency and if an extension has not been granted under subsection (3) of this section, the Superintendent of Public Instruction may withhold portions of State School Fund moneys otherwise allocated to the school district for operating expenses until such deficiencies are corrected unless the withholding would create an undue hardship, as determined pursuant to rules of the State Board of Education.
(3)(a) Within 90 days of the finding of deficiency, a school district found not to be in compliance shall submit a plan, acceptable to the Superintendent of Public Instruction, for meeting standardization requirements. A team of Department of Education staff shall contact the school district and offer technical assistance. When an acceptable plan for meeting standardization requirements has been submitted, the Superintendent of Public Instruction may allow an extension of time, not to exceed 12 months, if the superintendent determines that such deficiencies cannot be corrected or removed before the beginning of the next school year.
(b) Notwithstanding paragraph (a) of this subsection, the superintendent may not grant an extension of time if it is possible for a district to correct the deficiency through merger.
(c) For the period of the extension of time under this subsection, the school district shall be considered a conditionally standard school district.
(4) Any school district failing to submit a plan for meeting standardization requirements within the time specified shall receive no further State School Fund moneys until a plan acceptable to the Superintendent of Public Instruction is submitted irrespective of the district’s being granted an extension of time in which to comply. [Formerly 327.032; 1989 c.491 §5; 1991 c.693 §32; 1995 c.660 §47a; 2003 c.390 §§1,3]
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