FARMINGTON — Davis School District students have until Feb. 15 to fill out a boundary variance form.
The forms are part of the district's procedure to determine who will be allowed to transfer from their assigned secondary school to another secondary school, including sixth-graders advancing to seventh grade.
Those wishing to transfer must fill out the form and drop it off at the requested school by Friday, Feb. 15. Boundary variance forms are available in all secondary school offices or on the district's website. After the forms are received, the district will hold a random drawing to determine which students will be granted a transfer.
If a variance is granted, transportation becomes the responsibility of the parents or guardians. Those who are not selected may be placed on a waiting list at the school.
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