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About School Choice Transfers
Parents of any current or incoming students who wish to attend a PYLUSD school other than his or her home school of residence for the 2019-2020 school year should fill out a School Choice Transfer Application beginning May 1, 2019 to May 10, 2019.
Transfer approvals are subject to space availability. In any situation where the number of requests exceeds the space available, approval of transfers will be determined by a random and unbiased selection process.
Interested families may complete a School Choice Transfer Application online or in person at the PYLUSD Student Services office located at 1301 E. Orangethorpe Ave., Placentia, CA 92870.
Please note, PYLUSD school sites do not distribute nor accept School Choice Transfer Applications. Families who currently have a School Choice Transfer in place through middle school do not need to submit a new application. Once a student has been approved to their school of choice, that school becomes their designated school of attendance. This transfer will remain in effect through middle school. However, current 8th graders attending a middle school on a School Choice Transfer will need to reapply if they wish to attend a PYLUSD high school other than his or her home school of residence.
If you require further clarification about School Choice Transfers, please contact the PYLUSD Student Services Department at (714) 985-8670.
2019-2020 School Choice Transfer Application Timeline
Initial Application Period (CLOSED)
Wednesday, January 9 (7:30 am) - Thursday, January 31, 2019
Initial Application Notification
Thursday, March 14, 2019
Final Application Period
Wednesday, May 1, 2019 - Friday, May 10, 2019
Final Application Notification
Friday, June 14, 2019
Student Services - What We Do
The Student Services Department is involved with student attendance, school transfers, suspensions, Safe School reports, Safe School plans, Calworks (students on state assistance), Threat Assessment, and discipline in general.
The Student Services staff processes all expulsion cases that occur during the school year. Student Services assists schools with parent meetings, prepares all documents necessary for expulsion hearings, and participates in the hearings. Student Services is also part of the Threat Assessment team. This involves working with school personnel to investigate incidents that occur at the school and/or with students. Student Services handles numerous phone calls that range from custody issues to questions regarding the Education Code or Penal Code. Student Services is a service-oriented department.
Executive Director, Instructional Support
Administrator, Student Services
Teacher on Special Assignment (TOSA)