As the parent or guardian of a student currently enrolled in our school district, we are writing to notify you that under state law you may request to transfer your child to another public school in the Coffee County School System for the upcoming school year.
Please keep in mind that if you choose to transfer your child to another school in the district, the law requires you to assume all costs and responsibilities related to the transportation of your child to and from the school as long as your child remains at that school.
For your convenience, the district’s list of schools with available classroom space for the upcoming school year is listed below.
Ambrose Elementary – Kindergarten, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th
Broxton Mary-Hayes Elementary – All Grades
Eastside Elementary – At Capacity; No Availability
Indian Creek Elementary – At Capacity; No Availability
Nicholls Elementary – All Grades
Satilla Elementary – Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 5th
West Green Elementary – All Grades
Westside Elementary – At Capacity; No Availability
In order to process your request, you will need to complete and submit a Transfer Request Form which is available at your child’s school, central office or printed from the system website located at http://coffee.k12.ga.us. Requests for transfers will not be accepted after the close of business at 5:30 p.m. on Monday, July 6, 2020.
In the event a particular school has transfer requests exceeding the available capacity, approval of transfer will be on the basis of a lottery. Once available classroom space is reached at a school, no more transfers will be accepted at that school. Since it is possible that you may not receive your first choice, you may indicate more than one choice on the Transfer Request Form.
Morris C. Leis
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