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CHAPTER 15.1-22KINDERGARTEN15.1-22-01. Kindergarten - Establishment by board - Request by parent - Levy.1.Upon its own motion, the board of a school district may establish a free public<br>kindergarten.2.If the board receives a written request to provide kindergarten from the parent of a<br>student who will be enrolled in the kindergarten, the board shall either provide at<br>least a half-day kindergarten program for the student or pay the tuition required for<br>the student to attend at least a half-day kindergarten program in another school<br>district.3.The board of a school district that establishes a kindergarten under this section may<br>levy a tax pursuant to subdivision p of subsection 1 of section 57-15-14.2.15.1-22-02.Public kindergarten - Requirements.A school district operating akindergarten:1.May not employ an individual as a kindergarten teacher unless the individual is<br>licensed to teach by the education standards and practices board or approved by the<br>education standards and practices board.2.Shall submit to the superintendent of public instruction and follow a developmentally<br>appropriate curriculum.3.Shall provide at least the equivalent of thirty full days of instruction, on a half-day or<br>full-day basis, as determined by the school board.4.Shall apply all municipal and state health, fire, and safety requirements to the<br>kindergarten.5.May not enroll a child who is not five years old before August first of the year of<br>enrollment, unless the child will be five years old before December first and:a.The child, by means of developmental and readiness screening instruments<br>approved by the superintendent of public instruction and administered by the<br>kindergarten operator, can demonstrate academic, social, and emotional<br>readiness; orb.The child has been enrolled in another approved kindergarten.15.1-22-03.Nonpublic kindergarten - Requirements - Approval.Any personoperating a nonpublic kindergarten may request approval of the kindergarten from the<br>superintendent of public instruction. The superintendent shall approve a nonpublic kindergarten<br>if it meets the requirements of section 15.1-22-02.15.1-22-04. Kindergarten - Discontinuation. A school board by resolution may ceaseto provide a kindergarten.Page No. 1Document Outlinechapter 15.1-22 kindergarten

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CHAPTER 15.1-22KINDERGARTEN15.1-22-01. Kindergarten - Establishment by board - Request by parent - Levy.1.Upon its own motion, the board of a school district may establish a free public<br>kindergarten.2.If the board receives a written request to provide kindergarten from the parent of a<br>student who will be enrolled in the kindergarten, the board shall either provide at<br>least a half-day kindergarten program for the student or pay the tuition required for<br>the student to attend at least a half-day kindergarten program in another school<br>district.3.The board of a school district that establishes a kindergarten under this section may<br>levy a tax pursuant to subdivision p of subsection 1 of section 57-15-14.2.15.1-22-02.Public kindergarten - Requirements.A school district operating akindergarten:1.May not employ an individual as a kindergarten teacher unless the individual is<br>licensed to teach by the education standards and practices board or approved by the<br>education standards and practices board.2.Shall submit to the superintendent of public instruction and follow a developmentally<br>appropriate curriculum.3.Shall provide at least the equivalent of thirty full days of instruction, on a half-day or<br>full-day basis, as determined by the school board.4.Shall apply all municipal and state health, fire, and safety requirements to the<br>kindergarten.5.May not enroll a child who is not five years old before August first of the year of<br>enrollment, unless the child will be five years old before December first and:a.The child, by means of developmental and readiness screening instruments<br>approved by the superintendent of public instruction and administered by the<br>kindergarten operator, can demonstrate academic, social, and emotional<br>readiness; orb.The child has been enrolled in another approved kindergarten.15.1-22-03.Nonpublic kindergarten - Requirements - Approval.Any personoperating a nonpublic kindergarten may request approval of the kindergarten from the<br>superintendent of public instruction. The superintendent shall approve a nonpublic kindergarten<br>if it meets the requirements of section 15.1-22-02.15.1-22-04. Kindergarten - Discontinuation. A school board by resolution may ceaseto provide a kindergarten.Page No. 1Document Outlinechapter 15.1-22 kindergarten

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CHAPTER 15.1-22KINDERGARTEN15.1-22-01. Kindergarten - Establishment by board - Request by parent - Levy.1.Upon its own motion, the board of a school district may establish a free public<br>kindergarten.2.If the board receives a written request to provide kindergarten from the parent of a<br>student who will be enrolled in the kindergarten, the board shall either provide at<br>least a half-day kindergarten program for the student or pay the tuition required for<br>the student to attend at least a half-day kindergarten program in another school<br>district.3.The board of a school district that establishes a kindergarten under this section may<br>levy a tax pursuant to subdivision p of subsection 1 of section 57-15-14.2.15.1-22-02.Public kindergarten - Requirements.A school district operating akindergarten:1.May not employ an individual as a kindergarten teacher unless the individual is<br>licensed to teach by the education standards and practices board or approved by the<br>education standards and practices board.2.Shall submit to the superintendent of public instruction and follow a developmentally<br>appropriate curriculum.3.Shall provide at least the equivalent of thirty full days of instruction, on a half-day or<br>full-day basis, as determined by the school board.4.Shall apply all municipal and state health, fire, and safety requirements to the<br>kindergarten.5.May not enroll a child who is not five years old before August first of the year of<br>enrollment, unless the child will be five years old before December first and:a.The child, by means of developmental and readiness screening instruments<br>approved by the superintendent of public instruction and administered by the<br>kindergarten operator, can demonstrate academic, social, and emotional<br>readiness; orb.The child has been enrolled in another approved kindergarten.15.1-22-03.Nonpublic kindergarten - Requirements - Approval.Any personoperating a nonpublic kindergarten may request approval of the kindergarten from the<br>superintendent of public instruction. The superintendent shall approve a nonpublic kindergarten<br>if it meets the requirements of section 15.1-22-02.15.1-22-04. Kindergarten - Discontinuation. A school board by resolution may ceaseto provide a kindergarten.Page No. 1Document Outlinechapter 15.1-22 kindergarten

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