For more information on the next meeting, please see smmusd.org/domain/2977. • Information relating to authorisation in the district – English• Application for authorisation from a district within the district – English• Informationción de Permiso Intradistrito Inscripción Abierta – Español• Solicitud de Transferencia de Inscripción Abierta Intradistrito – EspañolThe deadline for authorisations for the district has expired. Students residing outside the boundaries of SMMUSD can apply to the SMMUSD school with an Interdistrict Transfer Release from their school of residence. This information applies to students who do not live in Santa Monica or Malibu and wish to enroll in an SMMUSD school. Following the approval of the three collective agreements, it was recommended to the Board of Education to make Decision No. 19-22 on the reduction or discontinuation of certain types of services, the agenda says. Changes in school funding have prompted the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School Board of Education to conduct a discussion about its authorization policies between districts, and residents fear some students will soon lose the opportunity to attend local schools. Cuneo held a meeting on Wednesday for parents of students affected by the new LAUSD directive. More than 250 people participated in the event. For more information on the Directive and the rights of data subjects, including the opening of an appeal, visit the district website in www.smmusd.org.
To access the information, click on « Accept opposition » at the top left of the site. Newsletters were also sent to inter-district parents. Inter-district permits allow students who live outside the district`s residential boundaries to visit an SMMUSD campus, but as SMMUSD moves to a basic support model, schools no longer receive public funds for transfers. The district has three separate collective agreements with the Santa Monica-Malibu Classroom Teacher`s Association, the Service Employees International Union – Local 99 (SEIU) and unpresented workers in accordance with the agenda. District staff and union representatives expressed their gratitude for reaching an agreement at previous meetings of the Education Commission. . . .