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State Requirements

The following information is required to be posted to the USD #244 district website by the Kansas State Department of Education:

District Needs Assessment:  This document highlights our review of the educational needs of our students at each attendance center and district wide.  This information assists us in the development of our annual budget.

Part-Time Enrollment Policy:  USD 244 Board Policy JBC – Part-time students may enroll with the board’s permission if they complete all paperwork in a timely fashion and are in attendance no later than September 1st.  Part-time students may be admitted only to the extent that staff, facilities, equipment, and supplies are available and the students follow the district’s student conduct policies and rules.  Click here to see Board Policies:

Enrollment Policy for Non-Resident Students:   Burlington USD #244 held a public hearing regarding the proposed Board of Education Policy JBCC concerning open enrollment provisions on December 11, 2023, at 6:30 p.m. at the USD 244 Administrative Office located at 301 Neosho Street, Burlington, Kansas 66839.  At the hearing, a representative of the board presented the board’s proposal for the policy and the board was available to hear testimony regarding the proposed policy.  A notice of the hearing was published in the November 23, 2023, and November 30, 2023, issues of the Coffey County Republican.  Enrollment of Non-Resident Students Policy


District Budget Documents:  Form 150, the One Page Budget Summary, and Budget at a Glance links allow you to access key distric budget information.

KSDE Data Central

Financial Accountablity Report

Accreditation Accountability Measures – Here you can review our accountability measures in the areas of social-social emotional learning, kindergarten readiness, individual plans of study,graduation, and post secondary success.

ESI Policy/Parent Information – Click here to access our district’s policy regarding Emergency Safety Intervention (ESI).

Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act

FERPA Model Notification of Rights

ACT, Pre-ACT, and ACT Workkeys
ACT WorkKeys – State testing:  October 4, 2023, with a makeup day of November 1, 2023; juniors do not register themselves
To take the ACT WorkKeys besides the one the State of Kansas pays for, go to

PreACT – October 25, 2023; freshmen do not register themselves

ACT – State ACT is February 27, 2024, with make up days on March 26, 2024 and April 23, 2024; juniors do not register themselves

ACT – national test dates; students register at
September 9, 2023
October 28, 2023
December 9, 2023
February 10, 2024
April 13, 2024
June 8, 2024
July 13, 2024

Non Academic Tests, Surveys, and QuestionnairesState Statute requires the posting of non-academic tests, surveys, and questionnaires for review.  Below is a list of any of these items that our district implements.