Common school district definition

Common school district means a political subdivision of this
Common school district means a political subdivision of this state offering instruction to students in programs for preschool children with disabilities and kindergarten programs and either:
Common school district with rare exception means a very small administrative unit, located in the open country, is not coter­ minous in boundary with any other governmental units, and is organized for elementary school purpose only. A majority of the non-operating school districts are common districts.

Examples of Common school district in a sentence

  • Common school district plans include Title I Schoolwide Plan/Needs Assessment, School Improvement Plan, SEA and/or LEA Strategic Plan, and State ESSA Plans.


More Definitions of Common school district

Common school district means a political subdivision of this state offering instruction to students in programs for preschool children with disabilities and kindergarten programs and grades one through eight.

Related to Common school district

  • School district means a public school district.

  • Small school district means a school district that meets all

  • Resident school district means the public school district in which the student resides.

  • Receiving district means a district to which all or part of the territory of a dissolved district is attached under section 12 of the revised school code, MCL 380.12.

  • Residential district means an area of a municipality where 75% or more of the area is zoned for residential housing.

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  • Special district means a unit of local government, authorized by law to perform a single function or a limited number of functions. The term includes but is not limited to conservation districts, water districts, weed management districts, irrigation districts, fire districts, community college districts, hospital districts, sewer districts, and transportation districts. The term also includes any district or other entity formed by interlocal agreement.

  • Enterprise zone means a neighborhood enterprise zone designated under the neighborhood enterprise zone act, 1992 PA 147, MCL 207.771 to 207.787.