Kentucky Senate Bill 128 Parent/Guardian Choice
Kentucky Senate Bill 128 has been approved by both chambers of the Kentucky General Assembly and signed into law by Governor Andy Beshear. This bill allows K-12 students currently enrolled in public or non-public schools to request to use the 2021-2022 school year as a supplemental year. The student can repeat the 2020-21 school year.
--The Supplemental School Year Program was established for students to “retake or supplement courses or grades the student has already taken.” That is, courses taken during the supplemental year must be those the student previously was enrolled in or bear a reasonable connection to previous courses to be supplementary in nature.
--Due to requirements above, there will be limitations on the course offerings for students repeating grades 6-12.
--Graduated seniors who return and wish to take postsecondary coursework during the 2021-2022 year must pursue dual enrollment, rather than dual credit coursework. They would no longer be eligible for Dual Credit or Work Ready Dual Credit scholarships during the 2021-2022 year.
--Students will be returning to school with a new class of students as the vast majority of students in their grade will be promoted.
--Students may participate in extracurricular activities. At the high school level, they must meet KHSAA age and other eligibility requirements. If the student is 19 before August 1st of 2021, they will be ineligible for KHSAA sports during the 2021-22 school year.
The request form must be submitted by May 1st, 2021.The student and/or parents may rescind this request at any time before May 31st, 2021.
The DISD will make a decision by June 1st, 2021 on whether to approve all or none of the requests for SB 128. Under this law, school districts are not allowed to make decisions on an individual basis.
If you have multiple students, please submit the form for each student. There is no need to complete this survey, if you do not want to request for your child to be retained.
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