1. A pupil may attend a summer school program in a public school district other than his district of residence if accepted by the district offering the program. Such summer programs may be advanced, academic or remedial programs but shall not include those programs funded wholly by federal moneys. No pupil shall attend summer school classes in more than one district during any one summer.
2. For purposes of funding summer school programs, each district shall either consider all nonresident students residents for purposes of receiving state aid or consider all nonresident students nonresidents for purposes of collecting tuition. Any pupil attending a summer school program in a public school district other than his district of residence shall for purposes of state aid for the summer term be considered a resident of the district in which he is attending.
Terms Used In Missouri Laws 167.227
- State: when applied to any of the United States, includes the District of Columbia and the territories, and the words "United States" includes such district and territories. See Missouri Laws 1.020
3. Any public school district may cooperate with other public school districts to make optimum use of faculty and resources in providing summer school options for pupils in all districts. Nothing in this section shall prohibit schools from establishing contractual services for certain summer school students.