FARMINGTON—Variance requests are now being accepted for students in Davis School District interested in attending schools other than their boundary schools.
District schools already above capacity will not accept any students outside their boundaries, according to information from the district.
All high schools are projected to be at or over capacity in the 2017/18 school year, so no requests will be accepted for variances there.
Of 16 junior high schools, only Bountiful Junior High is accepting variances, with spots for 30 students.
Fourteen of the district’s 62 elementary schools anticipate room for additional students. They include Adams, Canyon Creek, Clinton, Eagle Bay, Hill Field, Holbrook, Kay’s Creek, Odyssey, Reading, Snow Horse, South Weber, West Bountiful, West Clinton and Windridge.
If the number of applications exceeds the open enrollment spots, a random selection process is used to determine who is accepted.
Parents must provide transportation to the school requested.
Applications should be made online at davis.k12.ut.us. Each application costs $5, which goes to the requested school. New students or those without computer access can call 801-402-5159 for assistance.
Variance requests are due by Feb. 17 and written notification will be sent to each applicant by March 31.