Lottery Updates

Last Updated: 12/17/2021 8:14 PM

APRIL 13, 2022, DEADLINE TO SIGN UP FOR ANNUAL LOTTERY


Those interested are invited to sign up their children for Legacy's annual lottery by completing and submitting the admission application below. This year’s deadline to submit a completed application is April 13, 2022. If a parent/guardian needs an interpreter to assist in completion, assistance by the school will be provided. Those needing this service, please call the school at 208-467-0947 to make arrangements before the April 13 deadline. If online, mail, or fax submissions are not options, please call to discuss other arrangements. If no one answers, please leave a message.


The lottery will be held at Legacy Charter School on April 19, 2022 at 4:30 pm. The lottery will determine the school’s 2022-2023 waiting lists.

Legacy Charter School is a tuition-free, K-8 public charter school in Nampa and one of three using Harbor Method School. Legacy cultivates an environment of kindness that makes learning at the highest levels possible for its students. To learn more about Legacy, explore the website and visit Legacy’s Facebook page. To learn more about Legacy’s academic outcomes and to compare with other schools, visit www.idahoschools.org. Notice of Non-Discrimination: In accordance with applicable federal and state laws, such as Titles VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, and the Americans with Disabilities Act and ADA Amendments, Legacy Charter School District #478 does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, national origin, age, disability, marital status, genetic information, veteran status, or any other protected status under federal, state of local law applicable to Legacy, in its education programs and activities, in employment policies and practices, and all other areas the school district. The full Notice of Non-Discrimination can be found on this website under the School Information/Non-Discrimination Statement tabs.

 

Los interesados están invitados a inscribir a sus hijos en la lotería anual de Legacy completando y enviando la solicitud de admisión a continuación. La fecha límite de este año para enviar una solicitud completa es el 13 de abril de 2022. Si un padre / tutor necesita un intérprete para ayudarlo a completar, la escuela proporcionará asistencia. Aquellos que necesiten este servicio, por favor llame a la escuela al 208-467-0947 para hacer arreglos antes de la fecha límite del 13 de abril. Si las presentaciones en línea, por correo o por fax no son opciones, llame para discutir otros arreglos. Si nadie responde, deje un mensaje.
 
La lotería se llevará a cabo en Legacy Charter School el 19 de abril de 2022 a las 4:30 pm. La lotería determinará las listas de espera de la escuela para 2022-2023.
 
Legacy Charter School es una escuela pública charter gratuita de K-8 en Nampa. Legacy cultiva un ambiente de bondad que hace que el aprendizaje en los niveles más altos posible para sus estudiantes. Para obtener más información sobre Legacy, explore el sitio web y visite la página de Facebook de Legacy. Para obtener más información sobre los resultados académicos de Legacy y compararlos con otras escuelas, visite www.idahoschools.org.
 
Aviso de no discriminación: De acuerdo con las leyes federales y estatales aplicables, como los Títulos VI y VII de la Ley de Derechos Civiles de 1964, el Título IX de las Enmiendas a la Educación de 1972, la Ley de Discriminación por Edad en el Empleo y la Ley de Estadounidenses con Discapacidades. Ley y Enmiendas de la ADA, Legacy Charter School District # 478 no discrimina ilegalmente por motivos de sexo, raza, color, nacionalidad, edad, discapacidad, estado civil, información genética, estado de veterano o cualquier otro estado protegido bajo la ley federal, estatal de la ley local aplicable a Legacy, en sus programas y actividades de educación, en las políticas y prácticas de empleo, y en todas las demás áreas del distrito escolar. El Aviso de no discriminación completo se puede encontrar en este sitio web en las pestañas Información escolar / Declaración de no discriminación.
 

2022 Lottery media notice

2022 Lottery media notice Spanish

Target Student Population   I.C. 33-5205(4)
Primary Attendance Area
Legacy Public Charter School is located at the southeast corner of Locust Lane and Southside Road intersection within the Nampa School District.  Based 
upon this location, the primary attendance area would be as follows:
North Boundary: The center of East Greenhurst Road to include only property on the south side of the road.
East Boundary: The center of Happy Valley Drive to include only property on the west side of the road.
South Boundary: The center of East Lewis Lane to include only property on the 
north side of the road.
West Boundary: The center of South Powerline Road to include only property on 
the east side of the road.


Requests for Admission
Legacy Public Charter School will comply with Section 33-5205(3)(j) of the Idaho Code to establish policy and procedure for admission. A parent, guardian, or other person with legal authority to make decisions regarding school attendance on behalf of a child in this state, may make a request in writing for such child to attend Legacy Public Charter School.  In the case of a family with more than one (1) child seeking to attend Legacy Public Charter School, a single written request for admission must be submitted on behalf of all siblings.  The written request for admission must be submitted to, and received by, Legacy Public Charter School on or before the enrollment deadline established by the Governing Board.  The written request for admission shall contain the name, grade level, address, and telephone number of each prospective student in a family. If the initial capacity of Legacy Public Charter School is insufficient to enroll all prospective students, then a lottery shall be utilized to determine which prospective students will be admitted to Legacy Public Charter School.  Only those written requests for admission submitted on behalf of prospective students that are received prior to the enrollment deadline established by the Governing Board shall be permitted in the lottery.  Only written requests for admission shall be considered by the Governing Board.  Written requests for admission received after the established enrollment deadline will be added to the bottom of the waiting list for the appropriate grade.  If there is an opening in one grade, a sibling, if any, from a late submitted application must go to the bottom of the sibling list.

Admission Preferences I.C. 33-5206 & 33-5205(3)(j)
Legacy Public Charter School has established an admission preference for students residing within the primary attendance area of the school.   In addition, Legacy has established admission preferences for returning students, for children of founders and full-time employees of the school, and for siblings of students already selected to attend the school.

 Priority of Preferences for New Enrollments
Preferences for new enrollments shall be as follows:
a.       First, to pupils returning to Legacy Public Charter School in the second or any subsequent year of operation. Returning students are automatically enrolled in the appropriate grade and do not need to be selected by a lottery.
b.      Second, to children of founders and full-time employees provided that this admission preference shall be limited to not more than ten percent (10%) of the capacity of Legacy Public Charter School.
c.       Third, to siblings of pupils already enrolled in Legacy Public Charter School.
d.      Fourth, to prospective students residing in the primary attendance area of Legacy Public Charter School. 
e.       Fifth, to prospective students residing outside the primary attendance area of Legacy Public Charter School.

  
  Equitable Selection Process
If the initial capacity of Legacy Public Charter School is insufficient to enroll all prospective students, or if the capacity is insufficient to enroll all prospective students in subsequent school years, then the Governing Board shall determine the students who will be offered admission to Legacy Public Charter School by conducting a lottery.  The selection procedure, unless otherwise determined by the Governing Board and then approved by the school’s authorizer, shall be conducted as follows:

  Legacy uses a randomized electronic system to establish waiting lists order.  The selection procedure shall be conducted one (1) grade level at a time, with the order of grade levels selected randomly.   

  A neutral, third party shall observe and authenticate each grade's waiting list.   There is a waiting list for each priority level for each grade. For example, each grade will have a founder list, a sibling of enrolled students list, in-boundary list, and an out of boundary list. 


  Final Selection List
The names of the persons in highest order on the final selection list shall have the highest priority for admission to Legacy Public Charter School in that grade, and shall be offered admission to Legacy Public Charter School in such grade until all seats for that grade are filled.

Notification and Acceptance Process
Legacy Public Charter School will comply with Idaho State Board of Education Rules Governing Public Charter Schools IDAPA 08.02.04 for the Notification and Acceptance Process.
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Subsequent School Years
Legacy Public Charter School will comply with Idaho State Board of Education Rules Governing Public Charter Schools IDAPA 08.02.04 for Subsequent School Years.

Enrollment Cap
Each grade shall be made up of one class per grade level kindergarten through eighth grade and the total enrollment capacity for the school will be 325 students.  The enrollment cap for each grade level shall be:

  • Kindergarten               26  students
  • First Grade                  30  students
  • Second Grade           32  students
  • Third Grade                32  students
  • Fourth Grade              35  students
  • Fifth Grade                  35  students
  • Sixth Grade                 60  students
  • Seventh Grade           50  students by year 3 (16 in Harbor Room on rotation)
  • Eighth Grade              50 students by year 3  (16 in Harbor Room on rotation)

(Legacy Public Charter School Contract, 2011 -- amended 2012)