Wyoming Statutes Title 21. Education § 21-6-211. Approval or rejection of proposal by state committee

Within ninety (90) days after receipt of a proposal from any district boundary board, the state committee shall either approve or reject the proposal and notify the district boundary board of its action.  In approving or rejecting a proposal, the state committee shall consider the effect of the proposal upon the purposes stated in this article.  No proposal shall be approved if in the opinion of the state committee it fails to comply with the provisions or purposes of this article.  If a proposal is rejected, the state committee shall enter its order with reasons for the rejection and recommendations for making the proposal acceptable.  If a proposal is rejected, a district boundary board may resubmit a modified proposal as often as necessary or may appeal the rejection pursuant to W.S. 21-6-224 .  When a proposal is approved, the state committee shall make an order establishing the school district according to the approved proposal.  An order of the state committee pursuant to this section shall be the final administrative determination and shall be filed with the county clerk of each county involved within ten (10) days from the approval or rejection of the proposal, in accordance with W.S. 21-6-212 .

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