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Globe Unified School District

OPEN ENROLLMENT  2022-2023

Globe High School

928-402-6100

Principal, James Hanlon

High Desert Middle School

928-402-5900

Principal Darryl Gentry

Copper Rim Elementary

928-402-5800

Principal, Brian Peace

GUSD OPEN ENROLLMENT  2022-2023

GUSD is currently accepted open enrollment applications for the 22/23 school year based upon capacity.  Families applying for open enrollment will be notified within two weeks if their student is accepted. Applications will be automatically added to the waiting list if space is not available when received.

GUSD Open Enrollment Capacity

Open Enrollment Availability*

Updated 07/01/2022 (updated every 12 weeks)

Copper Rim Elementary

Pre-K

Kindergarten

First

Second

Third

Fourth

Fifth

Resource

Intensive

TKO

Total # of Seats

80

130

125

120

130

120

130

104

12

150

High Desert Middle School

Sixth

Seventh

Eighth

Resource

Intensive

TKO

Total # of Seats

140

140

140

45

12

150

Globe High School

Ninth

Tenth

Eleventh

Twelfth

Resource

Intensive

Center for Accelerated Learning

TKO

Total # of Seats

140

135

125

125

50

7

50 (25 in am; 25 in pm)

150

NOTE: Excess capacities vary by grade level and program and are not reflected in the above table.

Attending GUSD #1 schools as an Open Enrollment pupil is subject to capacity limitations.  The Superintendent shall annually estimate how much excess capacity exists to accept transfer students. The estimate of excess capacity shall be made for each school, grade level, and program and, in the case of a special needs student, the existing capacity to provide the services needed by such student.  Excess capacity means capacity beyond that needed to serve District resident pupils within assigned school attendance areas, pupils who have been issued certificates of educational convenience, and other pupils whose attendance is mandated by law. 

Capacities are based upon staffing allocations.

*  Pending Staffing

** Resource Program: Students in this program are generally developing self-care skills and behavior that is comparable to same-age peers. However, they need specialized instruction in a specific aspect of their day at school (i.e. reading, writing, math, attending to instruction, speech).  These students do not need paraprofessional support.  All resource numbers are included in grade levels as listed in the table above and should not be  considered as separate/additional capacity.

*** Intensive Program: Students in this program generally display significant delays in self-care. Due to those delays, these students generally need paraprofessional support to assist with daily living skills in addition to academics (i.e. eating, safely moving around campus, managing behavior).

Open Enrollment Lottery

Open enrollment students will be offered placement subject to capacity (school, grade level, program and/or services).

Deadlines will be set for initial enrollment periods (ex:  Early bird deadline is March 30th, school deadline is two weeks before school begins, etc.).

If the number of applications exceed capacity limitations, a random lottery selection will be made prior to admitting students.  All selections will be based upon enrollment priorities set out in Governing Board Policy JFB – Open Enrollment.  Priorities listed in policy JFB – Open Enrollment include:

  • Resident transfer pupils who were enrolled in the school the previous year and any sibling who would be enrolled concurrently with such pupils. 

  • Nonresident pupils who were enrolled in the school the previous year and any sibling who would be enrolled concurrently with such pupils.

  • Resident transfer pupils who were not enrolled in the school the previous year.

  • Non-resident pupils who were not enrolled in the school the previous year.

Further, students may be admitted based upon the following priority categories:

  • Who have properly completed and submitted applications; and

  • Who meet admission standards

An Open Enrollment waiting list is maintained for each school.  Students on the waiting list will be selected as capacity opens and based open priorities set out in Governing Board Policy JFB – Open Enrollment.  A random lottery will take place if there are multiple students on the waiting list for one opening. 

Additional Open Enrollment Information

  • Open Enrollment admission is determined on a year-to-year basis.

  • There is no guarantee of continued Open Enrollment placement; students are subject to school, grade level, service capacity and program limitations.

  • The transportation of an open enrollment student is the responsibility of the parent or legal guardian.  The parent or legal guardian may be able to use existing GUSD transportation routes, subject to restrictions and limitations set out in Governing Board Policy JFB – Open Enrollment.

  • Students are required to remain in compliance with all GUSD #1 Open Enrollment standards and policies. 

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