SEC. 37-15-15. Factors to be considered in making assignments.
In making assignments of children to schools or attendance centers, the school board shall take into consideration the educational needs and welfare of the child involved, the welfare and best interest of all the pupils attending the school or schools involved, the availability of school facilities, sanitary conditions and facilities at the school or schools involved, health and moral factors at the school or schools, and in the community involved, and all other factors which the school board may consider pertinent, relevant or material in their effect on the welfare and best interest of the school district and the particular school or schools involved. All such assignments shall be on an individual basis as to the particular child involved and, in making such assignment, the school board shall not be limited or circumscribed by the boundaries of any attendance areas which may have been established by such board.
SOURCES: Codes, 1942, Sec. 6334-02; Laws, 1954, ch. 260, Sec. 2; 1986, ch. 492, Sec. 93, eff from and after July 1, 1987.