ATTENDANCE BOUNDARIES

As of August 2009, Big Woods Elementary School, located at 13470 Frankfort Parkway, St. Michael; St. Michael Elementary School, located at 101 Central Avenue West; and Fieldstone Elementary School, located at 5255 Jansen Avenue Northeast; will serve students in grades 1 through 4.

As of August 2009, St. Michael-Albertville Middle School East, located at 4862 Naber Avenue Northeast, St. Michael and St. Michael-Albertville Middles School West, Albertville, in what was previously the St. Michael-Albertville High School building, located at 11343 50th Street Northeast, Albertville, will serve students in grades 5 through 8.

GENERAL STATEMENT OF POLICY

Beginning with the 2009-2010 school year, students in grades 1 through 4, and grades 5 through 8, will attend the elementary or middle school buildings within their attendance boundary.

TRANSPORTATION

Students who are eligible for transportation will be transported from their home or daycare to and from school, providing their home and daycare are within the attendance boundary.

ST. MICHAEL ELEMENTARY ATTENDANCE BOUNDARY

Students living south of Co. Rd. 119 (45th St.) and continuing south of Co. Rd. 35 and south of State Hwy. 241 to the west of MacIver Ave. NE and students living on 39th St. and McIver south of 241.

  • The parent’s resident address will be the student’s address which will determine the attendance boundary unless the student is in a court-ordered home other than the parent’s home.

BIG WOODS ELEMENTARY BOUNDARY

Students living east of Co. Rd 19 (LaBeaux Ave. NE) and north of State Hwy. 241 and east of MacIver Ave NE.

  • The parent’s resident address will be the student’s address which will determine the attendance boundary unless the student is in a court-ordered home other than the parent’s home.

FIELDSTONE ELEMENTARY BOUNDARY

Students living west of Co. Rd. 19 (LaBeaux Ave. NE.) to the intersection of Co. Roads 19 and 35 (stop light), and students living in the portion north of Co. Rd. 35 (approximately one block) and continuing on Co. Rd. 119 (45th St. NE.) to the western boundary.

  • The parent’s resident address will be the student’s address which will determine the attendance boundary unless the student is in a court-ordered home other than the parent’s home.

ST. MICHAEL-ALBERTVILLE MIDDLE SCHOOL EAST BOUNDARY

  • Middle school building located at 4862 Naber Avenue Northeast, St. Michael.
  • Students who live south of County Road 119, continuing east on County Rd 35 and State Highway 241 to the intersection of MacIver Avenue; and also students living east of MacIver Avenue, continuing north on Barthel Industrial Drive.
    • The parent’s resident address will be the student’s address which will determine the attendance boundary unless the student is in a court-ordered home other than the parent’s home.

ST. MICHAEL-ALBERTVILLE MIDDLE SCHOOL WEST BOUNDARY

  • New middle school building located in what was previously the St. Michael-Albertville High School at 11343 50th Street Northeast, Albertville.
  • Students living north of County Rd 119, continuing east on County Road 35 and State Highway 241 to the intersection of MacIver Avenue; and also students living west of MacIver Avenue, continuing north on Barthel Industrial Drive.
    • The parent’s resident address will be the student’s address which will determine the attendance boundary unless the student is in a court-ordered home other than the parent’s home.

ATTENDANCE BOUNDARY CHANGES DURING THE SCHOOL YEAR

If a student's attendance boundary changes during the school year due to a family move from one attendance area to another the following will apply:
  • The student may stay at his or her elementary or middle school. The parent is responsible for transportation for the duration of that school year.
  • The student may transfer to the elementary or middle school within his or her attendance boundary. The student will then be eligible for district transportation services if home residence or daycare is within eligible parameters for bus service.
  • The following school year the student must attend the school within his or her attendance boundary except as permitted in D.
  • If a student’s attendance boundary changes from one attendance area to another and if the student will be entering his or her fourth or eighth grade years, the student will be permitted to remain at the current school. The eligibility to remain at the current school does not apply to siblings. The parent is responsible for transportation for the school year.
  • The final decision will rest with the building principals and the superintendent.