2018 Idaho Statutes
Title 33 - EDUCATION
Chapter 3 - SCHOOL DISTRICTS
Section 33-351 - SUBDISTRICTS — AUTHORITY TO ESTABLISH — ELECTION.

Universal Citation: ID Code § 33-351 (2018)
33-351. SUBDISTRICTS — AUTHORITY TO ESTABLISH — ELECTION. The board of trustees of any school district which operates two (2) or more high schools may at any time, on its own motion or upon the filing with the board of trustees of a petition so requesting signed by not less than fifty (50) school electors, call an election to submit to the qualified electors of the school district the question of the creation of one (1) or more school subdistricts. Such election shall be called, the election shall be held subject to the provisions of section 34-106, Idaho Code, and shall be conducted pursuant to the provisions of chapter 14, title 34, Idaho Code. The proceedings calling such election shall set forth the boundaries of each proposed school subdistrict and shall provide for the submission of the question of the creation of each such school subdistrict to the qualified electors of the school district and to the qualified electors residing within the proposed boundaries of each such school subdistrict. No proposition for the creation of a school subdistrict shall be determined to have carried unless such proposition shall receive a majority of the votes cast on such proposition by the qualified electors residing within the boundaries of the school district and a majority of the votes cast on such proposition by the qualified electors residing within the boundaries of the proposed school subdistrict. Whenever the creation of more than one (1) school subdistrict is submitted at the same election, separate ballots and separate propositions shall be used in voting on the question of creating each school subdistrict.

History:
[33-351, added 1986, ch. 61, sec. 1, p. 177; am. 2009, ch. 341, sec. 29, p. 1013.]

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