4 AAC 60.036 - Initial application, renewal of approval, and assurances regarding programmatic requirements

Current through April 6, 2022

(a) At least 30 days before the student start-date for a new pre-elementary school, a school district or Head Start agency seeking to operate a pre-elementary school must submit to the department an application on a form prescribed by the department. The application must include the assurances and signatures required under (b) of this section.
(b) A school district or Head Start agency that seeks to operate a pre-elementary school under this chapter must submit assurances to the department indicating that the school district or Head Start agency has adopted written policies that ensure compliance with the programmatic requirements of 4 AAC 60.170. The assurances must be signed by the superintendent for the district or by an authorized executive for the Head Start agency.
(c) Not later than 30 days after the receipt of an application for a new pre-elementary school, the department will grant or deny approval for the pre-elementary school to operate or will request more information. The applicant may begin operating the pre-elementary school only upon receipt of the written approval of the department.
(d) Annually not later than September 15, an approved pre-elementary school must submit an application for renewal of department approval with a completed assurances form as described in (b) of this section. The assurances form must be signed by the superintendent for a district or by an authorized executive for a Head Start agency.
(e) Annually not later than October 1, the department will grant or deny renewal of approval to operate the pre-elementary school or will request more information. The renewed approval is effective from the date of receipt by the applicant or October 1, whichever is later through September 30 of the following school year.

Notes

4 AAC 60.036
Eff. 9/16/2017,Register 223, October 2017

Authority:AS 14.07.020

AS 14.07.060

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