INTERDISTRICT OPEN ENROLLMENT
For the 2021-2022 school year, the Monroe Board of Education shall permit any student from any district in the state of Ohio to apply for enrollment in the district’s schools, free of any tuition obligation, provided that openings are available and that all procedures as outlined in the administrative regulations are met. We will accommodate as many students as possible. Space is extremely limited. Monroe may not be able to accept new students for certain grade levels due to the district’s anticipated enrollment next school year.
Due to the COVID19 pandemic, open enrollment applications will ONLY be accepted through an online form. THE LINK TO THE APPLICATION WILL BE POSTED ON OUR WEBSITE BEGINNING April 15, 2021, at 8:00 AM.
Please note: New students are not accepted through open enrollment after the school year has begun.
Guidelines for the transfer of students are consistent with the O.R.C. 3313.98, and also the Monroe Local Schools Open Enrollment Policy 5113. The complete policy and administrative guidelines may be found on our website.
The number of openings in a particular program for students from other Ohio districts will be determined by optimum size for a particular program, classroom/school building, or grade level, which is the number of students that can be accommodated without increasing District expenditures for staff or equipment.
- At no time will a resident student be denied enrollment in a grade, building, or program due to established capacities having been reached through inter-district open enrollment.
- If the grade-level capacity is reached, open enrollment will not occur for that grade level for that year.
- The parent/guardian will be responsible for providing transportation to and from the regularly assigned bus stops or pick-up points of the Monroe Local School District.
- Each open enrolled student must file a Request to Return form yearly with updated information.