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(a) A district that contains a school that has been designated at-risk shall, within 30 days after the designation, prepare a report that includes
(1) an explanation of the nature and cause of the infractions involving violence against a person at the school; and
(2) a plan under which the district, school principal, and interested community members will take steps to make the school a safe environment.
(b) A district that contains a school that has been designated persistently dangerous shall
(1) within 10 days after the department designates the school, provide all parents of students who attend the school notice that the
(A) school has been designated as persistently dangerous; and
(B) parent may, within 30 days after the notice is sent, request that the district transfer the student to the parent's choice of one of two or more safe schools within the district;
(2) prepare and provide to the department, within 30 days after the designation, an intervention plan that
(A) includes a plan for
(i) support and assistance of law enforcement and mental health professionals;
(ii) teacher in-services; and
(iii) other services and resources required to make the school safe; and
(B) explains why the plan prepared under (a)(2) of this section was inadequate; and
(3) within 30 days after receiving a timely request from a parent, provide for a transfer of a student as requested.
(c) A district that has only one public school of the appropriate grade level is not required to create a second public school in order to comply with (b) of this section.
History: Eff. 11/23/2003, Register 168
Authority: AS 14.07.020
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