Boundary exemption changing

Starting in the spring, Elk Island Public Schools (EIPS) is beginning a new boundary exemption process for the 2013-2014 school year.

“The process is different this year and the boundary exemption form will be made available on our website on Feb. 15, which is the first day that parents and students can submit them,” EIPS superintendent Bruce Beliveau said. “There is basically a month opening where they have to provide us with their intent. In other words, they need to plan out, they need to be very purposeful and intentional in their decision to go to a non-designated school.

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