Update on out-of-district enrollment
As you may know, the Kansas Legislature passed a new school finance formula to replace the current block grant put in place two years ago. The block grant was a set amount of money that did not shift with enrollment numbers or other factors that change a district’s needs. With the static amount of funding provided from the block grant, USD 345 reluctantly made the decision to decline new out-of-district requests. However, with the new school finance formula, enrollment numbers and other important factors will again be a determining factor in funding. Therefore, Seaman Schools is happy to announce that we will be removing the restriction on out-of-district requests and once again accepting applications. Out-of-district students may be admitted to the extent that staff, facilities, equipment, and supplies are available. Please view the BOE policy (effective July 1, 2017) in the link below for more information.
BOE Enrollment Policy (Effective July 1, 2017): www.seamanschools.org/JBCJuly2017
Welcome to Seaman Schools
Thank you for considering registering your student(s) in one of our schools. We know that selecting a school for your child is an important decision, and we believe you will be extremely satisfied with the excellent education your student will receive in a Seaman school.
New to the district students include any family that has never had a student attend a USD 345 school, or students that attended but left before the end of the last school year. Progression to the next school not included.
2. Your child's birth certificate Kansas Statute #72-53,106 (Proof of Identity)
3. Proof of Residency - Proof of residency is required at the time of enrollment. Please contact Theresa Dunham at 785-575-8600 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
4. Please fill out the Application for Transfer form. This form is to request transfer to any other school than your home school, or if you are transferring into a Seaman school from another district. This form will need to be submitted every school year.