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CHAPTER 15.1-08SCHOOL DISTRICTS FOR MILITARY INSTALLATIONS15.1-08-01. Military installation - School district formation. The state board of publicschool education may form a school district on a military installation provided:1.The state board is requested to do so by the base commander of the installation;2.The state board schedules and holds a public hearing after publishing notice of the<br>hearing in the official newspaper of the county in which the proposed school district<br>is to be located, at least fourteen days before the date of the hearing; and3.The boundaries of the district are coterminous with all lands over which the<br>installation has exclusive concurrent or proprietary jurisdiction.15.1-08-02.Military installation - School board members - Terms of office -Qualifications - Vacancies. The board of a school district formed under this chapter consists of<br>five members. The superintendent of public instruction shall adopt rules providing appointment<br>procedures.The superintendent, after consultation with the base commander and with theapproval of the state board of public school education, shall appoint board members in April of<br>each year.The board members must reside on the military installation.The school boardmembers shall serve three-year terms except that the superintendent of public instruction shall<br>designate two of the members initially appointed to serve two-year terms and two of the<br>members initially appointed to serve one-year terms. If a vacancy occurs, the school board shall<br>appoint an individual to serve for the remainder of the unexpired term.15.1-08-03.Military installation - Organization of school board - Meetings.Amajority of the military installation school board constitutes a quorum. The assent of a majority of<br>the members present is necessary for the transaction of any business. The annual meeting of<br>the school board must be held during the month of July following the appointment to the board,<br>on a date called by the president and convenient to the rest of the members. At the annual<br>meeting in July, the board members shall elect one member to serve as president for a one-year<br>term. Notice of any regular or special meeting must be given, in writing, to each member of the<br>board; provided that the attendance at any meeting, without objection, by any board member<br>constitutes a waiver of the notice required to be given to the member. The board must hold<br>regular meetings for transacting business. Special meetings may be called by the president or<br>by any two members of the board.15.1-08-04. Military installation - School board - Duties. A school board establishedunder this chapter shall:1.Give primary consideration to the education and social well-being of the students<br>residing in the school district.2.Respect the wishes of the students' parents regarding the provision of education to<br>the students.3.Contract for the provision of education to the students residing in the district.4.Conduct all board meetings as required by section 44-04-19.15.1-08-05. Military installation - School board - Business manager. A school boardestablished under this chapter may employ and compensate a business manager. The individual<br>employed as a business manager may not be a member of the school board. The school board<br>may dismiss or suspend the business manager without notice for serious cause.In otherinstances, the board may dismiss the business manager upon thirty days' written notice.15.1-08-06. Military installation - School districts - Application of other laws.Page No. 11.The duties set forth in section 15.1-09-28 are applicable to the president of a school<br>board governing a military installation school district established under this chapter.2.The duties set forth in sections 15.1-09-33 and 15.1-09-35 are applicable to a school<br>board governing a military installation school district established under this chapter<br>unless other agreements have been reached.3.The duties set forth in sections 15.1-07-21, 15.1-07-23, and 15.1-07-24 are<br>applicable to the business manager of a military installation school district<br>established under this chapter.4.The compensation and expense reimbursement levels set forth in section<br>15.1-09-06 are applicable to members of a school board governing a military<br>installation school district established under this chapter.5.Sections 15.1-07-10 through 15.1-07-13 and section 15.1-07-25 are applicable to<br>military installation school districts established under this chapter.15.1-08-07. School district agreements.1.This chapter does not affect any agreement entered before March 28, 1989,<br>between the Emerado elementary public school district and the Grand Forks public<br>school district. Any agreement entered between those school districts continues<br>under the terms provided in the agreement or for as long as both school districts<br>continue to operate and the Grand Forks air force base contracts for full educational<br>services from the Grand Forks public school district.2.Before the state board of public school education requests that a school district be<br>established pursuant to this chapter on the Minot air force base, the Glenburn public<br>school district and the Minot public school district must enter into an agreement<br>regarding the provision of education to the students residing on the air force base.<br>The agreement must be approved by the state board of public school education.<br>The Minot public school district and the Glenburn public school district, in entering<br>into an agreement, must take into consideration current and potential revenues,<br>including current and potential revenues from property taxes, in lieu of property<br>taxes, and federal and state funds that are distributed to school districts based on<br>census, and losses that may occur as a result of the agreement. The state board of<br>public school education must receive approval from the United States secretary of<br>education prior to the formation of the proposed school district.3.Before the state board of public school education requests that a school district be<br>established on a military installation other than the Grand Forks air force base and<br>the Minot air force base pursuant to this chapter:a.The school districts providing education to students residing on a military<br>installation must enter into an agreement regarding the provision of education<br>to those students. The agreement must be approved by the state board of<br>public school education. School districts entering into the agreement must take<br>into consideration current and potential revenues and losses that may occur as<br>the result of the agreement; andb.The state board of public school education must receive approval from the<br>United States secretary of education regarding the formation of the proposed<br>school district.15.1-08-08. Military installation - Open enrollment - Participation. Notwithstandingany other provisions of law, a student whose school district of residence is a military installation<br>school district may participate in open enrollment under chapter 15.1-31.Page No. 2Document Outlinechapter 15.1-08 school districts for military installations

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CHAPTER 15.1-08SCHOOL DISTRICTS FOR MILITARY INSTALLATIONS15.1-08-01. Military installation - School district formation. The state board of publicschool education may form a school district on a military installation provided:1.The state board is requested to do so by the base commander of the installation;2.The state board schedules and holds a public hearing after publishing notice of the<br>hearing in the official newspaper of the county in which the proposed school district<br>is to be located, at least fourteen days before the date of the hearing; and3.The boundaries of the district are coterminous with all lands over which the<br>installation has exclusive concurrent or proprietary jurisdiction.15.1-08-02.Military installation - School board members - Terms of office -Qualifications - Vacancies. The board of a school district formed under this chapter consists of<br>five members. The superintendent of public instruction shall adopt rules providing appointment<br>procedures.The superintendent, after consultation with the base commander and with theapproval of the state board of public school education, shall appoint board members in April of<br>each year.The board members must reside on the military installation.The school boardmembers shall serve three-year terms except that the superintendent of public instruction shall<br>designate two of the members initially appointed to serve two-year terms and two of the<br>members initially appointed to serve one-year terms. If a vacancy occurs, the school board shall<br>appoint an individual to serve for the remainder of the unexpired term.15.1-08-03.Military installation - Organization of school board - Meetings.Amajority of the military installation school board constitutes a quorum. The assent of a majority of<br>the members present is necessary for the transaction of any business. The annual meeting of<br>the school board must be held during the month of July following the appointment to the board,<br>on a date called by the president and convenient to the rest of the members. At the annual<br>meeting in July, the board members shall elect one member to serve as president for a one-year<br>term. Notice of any regular or special meeting must be given, in writing, to each member of the<br>board; provided that the attendance at any meeting, without objection, by any board member<br>constitutes a waiver of the notice required to be given to the member. The board must hold<br>regular meetings for transacting business. Special meetings may be called by the president or<br>by any two members of the board.15.1-08-04. Military installation - School board - Duties. A school board establishedunder this chapter shall:1.Give primary consideration to the education and social well-being of the students<br>residing in the school district.2.Respect the wishes of the students' parents regarding the provision of education to<br>the students.3.Contract for the provision of education to the students residing in the district.4.Conduct all board meetings as required by section 44-04-19.15.1-08-05. Military installation - School board - Business manager. A school boardestablished under this chapter may employ and compensate a business manager. The individual<br>employed as a business manager may not be a member of the school board. The school board<br>may dismiss or suspend the business manager without notice for serious cause.In otherinstances, the board may dismiss the business manager upon thirty days' written notice.15.1-08-06. Military installation - School districts - Application of other laws.Page No. 11.The duties set forth in section 15.1-09-28 are applicable to the president of a school<br>board governing a military installation school district established under this chapter.2.The duties set forth in sections 15.1-09-33 and 15.1-09-35 are applicable to a school<br>board governing a military installation school district established under this chapter<br>unless other agreements have been reached.3.The duties set forth in sections 15.1-07-21, 15.1-07-23, and 15.1-07-24 are<br>applicable to the business manager of a military installation school district<br>established under this chapter.4.The compensation and expense reimbursement levels set forth in section<br>15.1-09-06 are applicable to members of a school board governing a military<br>installation school district established under this chapter.5.Sections 15.1-07-10 through 15.1-07-13 and section 15.1-07-25 are applicable to<br>military installation school districts established under this chapter.15.1-08-07. School district agreements.1.This chapter does not affect any agreement entered before March 28, 1989,<br>between the Emerado elementary public school district and the Grand Forks public<br>school district. Any agreement entered between those school districts continues<br>under the terms provided in the agreement or for as long as both school districts<br>continue to operate and the Grand Forks air force base contracts for full educational<br>services from the Grand Forks public school district.2.Before the state board of public school education requests that a school district be<br>established pursuant to this chapter on the Minot air force base, the Glenburn public<br>school district and the Minot public school district must enter into an agreement<br>regarding the provision of education to the students residing on the air force base.<br>The agreement must be approved by the state board of public school education.<br>The Minot public school district and the Glenburn public school district, in entering<br>into an agreement, must take into consideration current and potential revenues,<br>including current and potential revenues from property taxes, in lieu of property<br>taxes, and federal and state funds that are distributed to school districts based on<br>census, and losses that may occur as a result of the agreement. The state board of<br>public school education must receive approval from the United States secretary of<br>education prior to the formation of the proposed school district.3.Before the state board of public school education requests that a school district be<br>established on a military installation other than the Grand Forks air force base and<br>the Minot air force base pursuant to this chapter:a.The school districts providing education to students residing on a military<br>installation must enter into an agreement regarding the provision of education<br>to those students. The agreement must be approved by the state board of<br>public school education. School districts entering into the agreement must take<br>into consideration current and potential revenues and losses that may occur as<br>the result of the agreement; andb.The state board of public school education must receive approval from the<br>United States secretary of education regarding the formation of the proposed<br>school district.15.1-08-08. Military installation - Open enrollment - Participation. Notwithstandingany other provisions of law, a student whose school district of residence is a military installation<br>school district may participate in open enrollment under chapter 15.1-31.Page No. 2Document Outlinechapter 15.1-08 school districts for military installations

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CHAPTER 15.1-08SCHOOL DISTRICTS FOR MILITARY INSTALLATIONS15.1-08-01. Military installation - School district formation. The state board of publicschool education may form a school district on a military installation provided:1.The state board is requested to do so by the base commander of the installation;2.The state board schedules and holds a public hearing after publishing notice of the<br>hearing in the official newspaper of the county in which the proposed school district<br>is to be located, at least fourteen days before the date of the hearing; and3.The boundaries of the district are coterminous with all lands over which the<br>installation has exclusive concurrent or proprietary jurisdiction.15.1-08-02.Military installation - School board members - Terms of office -Qualifications - Vacancies. The board of a school district formed under this chapter consists of<br>five members. The superintendent of public instruction shall adopt rules providing appointment<br>procedures.The superintendent, after consultation with the base commander and with theapproval of the state board of public school education, shall appoint board members in April of<br>each year.The board members must reside on the military installation.The school boardmembers shall serve three-year terms except that the superintendent of public instruction shall<br>designate two of the members initially appointed to serve two-year terms and two of the<br>members initially appointed to serve one-year terms. If a vacancy occurs, the school board shall<br>appoint an individual to serve for the remainder of the unexpired term.15.1-08-03.Military installation - Organization of school board - Meetings.Amajority of the military installation school board constitutes a quorum. The assent of a majority of<br>the members present is necessary for the transaction of any business. The annual meeting of<br>the school board must be held during the month of July following the appointment to the board,<br>on a date called by the president and convenient to the rest of the members. At the annual<br>meeting in July, the board members shall elect one member to serve as president for a one-year<br>term. Notice of any regular or special meeting must be given, in writing, to each member of the<br>board; provided that the attendance at any meeting, without objection, by any board member<br>constitutes a waiver of the notice required to be given to the member. The board must hold<br>regular meetings for transacting business. Special meetings may be called by the president or<br>by any two members of the board.15.1-08-04. Military installation - School board - Duties. A school board establishedunder this chapter shall:1.Give primary consideration to the education and social well-being of the students<br>residing in the school district.2.Respect the wishes of the students' parents regarding the provision of education to<br>the students.3.Contract for the provision of education to the students residing in the district.4.Conduct all board meetings as required by section 44-04-19.15.1-08-05. Military installation - School board - Business manager. A school boardestablished under this chapter may employ and compensate a business manager. The individual<br>employed as a business manager may not be a member of the school board. The school board<br>may dismiss or suspend the business manager without notice for serious cause.In otherinstances, the board may dismiss the business manager upon thirty days' written notice.15.1-08-06. Military installation - School districts - Application of other laws.Page No. 11.The duties set forth in section 15.1-09-28 are applicable to the president of a school<br>board governing a military installation school district established under this chapter.2.The duties set forth in sections 15.1-09-33 and 15.1-09-35 are applicable to a school<br>board governing a military installation school district established under this chapter<br>unless other agreements have been reached.3.The duties set forth in sections 15.1-07-21, 15.1-07-23, and 15.1-07-24 are<br>applicable to the business manager of a military installation school district<br>established under this chapter.4.The compensation and expense reimbursement levels set forth in section<br>15.1-09-06 are applicable to members of a school board governing a military<br>installation school district established under this chapter.5.Sections 15.1-07-10 through 15.1-07-13 and section 15.1-07-25 are applicable to<br>military installation school districts established under this chapter.15.1-08-07. School district agreements.1.This chapter does not affect any agreement entered before March 28, 1989,<br>between the Emerado elementary public school district and the Grand Forks public<br>school district. Any agreement entered between those school districts continues<br>under the terms provided in the agreement or for as long as both school districts<br>continue to operate and the Grand Forks air force base contracts for full educational<br>services from the Grand Forks public school district.2.Before the state board of public school education requests that a school district be<br>established pursuant to this chapter on the Minot air force base, the Glenburn public<br>school district and the Minot public school district must enter into an agreement<br>regarding the provision of education to the students residing on the air force base.<br>The agreement must be approved by the state board of public school education.<br>The Minot public school district and the Glenburn public school district, in entering<br>into an agreement, must take into consideration current and potential revenues,<br>including current and potential revenues from property taxes, in lieu of property<br>taxes, and federal and state funds that are distributed to school districts based on<br>census, and losses that may occur as a result of the agreement. The state board of<br>public school education must receive approval from the United States secretary of<br>education prior to the formation of the proposed school district.3.Before the state board of public school education requests that a school district be<br>established on a military installation other than the Grand Forks air force base and<br>the Minot air force base pursuant to this chapter:a.The school districts providing education to students residing on a military<br>installation must enter into an agreement regarding the provision of education<br>to those students. The agreement must be approved by the state board of<br>public school education. School districts entering into the agreement must take<br>into consideration current and potential revenues and losses that may occur as<br>the result of the agreement; andb.The state board of public school education must receive approval from the<br>United States secretary of education regarding the formation of the proposed<br>school district.15.1-08-08. Military installation - Open enrollment - Participation. Notwithstandingany other provisions of law, a student whose school district of residence is a military installation<br>school district may participate in open enrollment under chapter 15.1-31.Page No. 2Document Outlinechapter 15.1-08 school districts for military installations

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