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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 14. Education, Libraries, and Museums
- Chapter 17. Financing of Public Schools
- Section 600. Student Counting Periods.
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AS 14.17.600. Student Counting Periods.
- (a) Within two weeks after the end of the 20-school-day period ending the fourth Friday in October, each district shall
transmit a report to the department that, under regulations adopted by the department, reports its ADM for that
counting period and other student count information that will aid the department in making a determination of its state
aid under the public school funding program. For centralized correspondence study, the October report shall be based on
the period from July 1 through the fourth Friday in October. The department may make necessary corrections in the
report submitted and shall notify the district of changes made. The commissioner shall notify the governor of
additional appropriations the commissioner estimates to be necessary to fully finance the public school funding program
for the current fiscal year.
- (b) Upon written request and for good cause shown, the commissioner may permit a district to use a 20-school-day counting
period other than the period set out in (a) of this section. However, a counting period approved under this subsection
must be 20 consecutive school days unless one or more alternate counting periods are necessary to permit a district to
implement flexible scheduling that meets the district's needs and goals without jeopardizing the state aid for which
the district would ordinarily be eligible under this chapter.
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