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Transfers to TVUSD from Another District

To Request a Transfer TO the Temecula Valley School District​ (from another school district)

 

​INTERDISTRICT TRANSFERS are only for students who will continue to live at their current address outside of the Temecula School District boundary.  If you are moving to Temecula and into TVUSD's attendance boundary, you DO NOT need a transfer.  Please follow the New Student Enrollment steps here instead.

 

Please note that we cannot accept Interdistrict Transfer Requests to our independent study programs at Rancho Vista High School or Susan Nelson High School for students who do not already attend there.

 

Interdistrict Transfer Requests must be submitted every year.

 

 

Step 1:     Contact the school district in which you reside and ask them for an approved Interdistrict

                  Attendance Permit ("Release") out of their district.

 

Step 2:     Bring the original, approved (signed by your district) Interdistrict Attendance Permit from

                 Step 1 to the address at the bottom of this page, begjnning the second week of January before

                 the start of the school year you are requesting.

 

                            (Some districts will mail the approved permit directly to us.)

 

                 NOTE:  If your child has an Individualized Education Program (IEP) and does NOT attend one of

                 our schools, please attach a copy of his or her most recent IEP to the Interdistrict Attendance

                 Permit you are submitting.  

 

                            (If your district of residence mails us the approved permit directly, and your child does NOT

                             attend one of our schools, please submit a copy of your child's most recent IEP to the 

                             address below, so that we may move forward with the review process.

 

Step 3:     Wait to hear back from us via postal mail. Transfer requests are subject to space availability. 

                 Unfortunately, we will only be able to approve your transfer request if there is sufficient 

                 space for new and returning transfer students at one of our schools in the grade and/or program

                 requested.

 

                 We will attempt to honor your requested school; however we reserve the right to place students

                 at any of our schools within the district.

 

                 If your child is not currently enrolled in our district, he or she must attend your district of residence

                 until you hear back from us. DO NOT disenroll your child from your home district, unless you

                 receive an approval from the Temecula School District to attend one of our schools.

 

                 Responses to requests for new students to the district will be mailed toward the end of summer. 

                 Responses for returning students will be mailed as soon as possible.

 

 

 

Frequently Asked Questions - Interdistrict Transfers

  1. Are the Interdistrict Transfer Request forms available online?

    No, unfortunately these are not available online at this time.

     
  2. I have submitted one Interdistrict Transfer Request per child to the TVUSD Child Welfare & Attendance Office.  When will I hear back from the district?

    Transfer requests submitted for the current school year are reviewed in the order they are received.  Official notifications are sent via postal mail within 30 days of the receipt date, if not sooner.

    Transfer requests submitted for the next school year, for students already attending a TVUSD school, are reviewed in the order they are received.  Official notifications will be sent via postal mail sometime during summer, if not sooner.

    Transfer requests submitted for the next school year, for students who DO NOT attend a TVUSD school, are reviewed in the order they are received.  Official notifications will be sent via postal mail 30 days after the start of the school year, at the latest, if not sooner. 

    *Please Note:  If your child has an Individualized Education Program (IEP), your request will also be reviewed by our Special Education Department.  Therefore, if your child is not already attending a TVUSD school, please attach a copy of his or her most recent IEP to your request.  Failure to do so, or incorrect or omitted information, may delay the review process as well as our response time. 


  3. Is there a deadline for the submission of Interdistrict Transfer Requests?   

    No, there is no deadline.  Please keep in mind, however, that requests are reviewed in the order they are received, and are based on space availability
    at one of our schools and in the grade and/or program requested.
     
  4. Do I need to submit an Interdistrict Transfer request every year?

    Yes, a transfer request must be submitted for every school year.  We begin receiving these in January of the prior school year.

     
  5. If I was released or approved to leave my district of residence, may I now enroll in the Temecula School District? 

    No, you must have an Interdistrict Attendance Permit approved by both your district of residence AND the Temecula School District, before you can enroll your child in our district. 

    DO NOT disenroll your child from your district of residence until you have received an approved Interdistrict Attendance Permit from TVUSD.


  6. If I have not received a transfer request response yet, may I begin the enrollment  process anyway?

    No, you must have received the Interdistrict Attendance Permit approved by TVUSD before you can enroll your child in our district.  DO NOT disenroll your child from your district of residence until you have received this.

     
  7. We recently moved. What do I need to do?

    Parents/Guardians must notify their child(ren)’s school(s) when their address changes.  Please take two proofs of residency for your new address to your child’s school.  You may view a guide to acceptable proofs of residency here. The school site will inform you of the next steps to take, if any.

     

 

TVUSD Child Welfare & Attendance Office
31350 Rancho Vista Rd., Building 16
Temecula 92592
(951) 506-7984
​Office hours:  8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.​