- Published: Tuesday, February 7, 2017
We have fielded several phone calls from parents regarding Interdistrict Agreements, and I want to provide some facts to ensure everyone has the correct information.
The California Education Code requires Interdistrict Agreements for students attending school outside of their District of residence (address where the student lives). Some exceptions to this are homeless students, charter schools, private schools or parents/guardians who establish residency in another District by their place of employment. However, almost all students who attend a school, while not having a primary residence in the District boundaries, are required to have a properly approved Interdistrict Agreement.