The McLean County Board of Education has Non-resident Contracts with the following school districts; Daviess Co., Henderson Co., Hopkins Co., Muhlenberg Co., Ohio Co., Owensboro Ind., and Webster Co.
A student who lives in the above listed districts may attend a McLean County School District as long as they meet the following guidelines.
A. Does not cause overcrowding in the classroom.
B. Maintains a good academic standing (C average or better).
C. Has no major discipline infractions.
D. Pays all financial obligations.
E. Maintains good attendance.
F. Provides his/her own transportation.
If any of the guidelines are not met, (or for any other reason deemed appropriate by the Board of Education) students will be withdrawn from the McLean County School District and must enroll in their district of residence.
The McLean County Board of Education has implemented a program of Integrated Pest Management (IMP) in order to control pests in a way that minimizes economic, health and environmental risks by implementing an inspection and monitoring program. The School will send out a notification form at the beginning of the Fall and Spring Semesters so you can sign-up at the front office of the school your child attends to be notified twenty-four hours in advance of a planned pesticide application. Some pesticide applications do not require notification of planed applications. In the case of an emergency application, you would be notified as soon as possible after the application with an explanation as to why the application was made. This information is available to all parents and employees requesting it.