La Cañada school board officials weigh out-of-district changes

La Cañada Valley Sun
by Sara Cardine

La Cañada Unified School District board members will soon discuss the process by which they accept out-of-district permit applications, in light of recent negotiations with Glendale Unified School District over the possible transfer of students living in the Sagebrush territory.

At a Tuesday meeting, Board President Ellen Multari requested the matter be placed on an upcoming agenda. She said LCUSD has already received enough applications for the upcoming school year to put the district beyond it’s 15% cap for permit students.

“Right now, we have a 15% cap, and we’re at 15.1% with our current permit applications,” Multari said. “We couldn’t take [Sagebrush students] without reclassification.”

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