Okla. Admin. Code § 210:25-3-5 - Calculating Transportation Aid
(a) Area served. For purposes of calculating the transportation supplement, the area served shall be the total square miles in each district. For independent districts with an elementary transportation area, the area served shall be the total square miles in the district plus the total square miles in the assigned transportation area outside the independent district.
(b) Formula. The average daily haul (ADH) of the preceding year, divided by the area served will give a density figure. Multiplying the Per Capita Allowance (PCA) times the Average Daily Haul (ADH), times the Transportation Factor (appropriation level set by the Legislature) will give the amount of transportation aid for that school.
(c) Adjustments in transportation allocation.
(1) Change Due to Annexations or Area Served: If annexation or annexations or area served make necessary an additional unit of transportation, adjustments may be made upon the basis of the average daily haul and area served during the first one-half (½) of the current school year.
(2) School districts becoming eligible for transportation aid for the first time will be calculated on the basis of an adjustment at midterm.
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