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Q. What is the elementary rollover?

  1. The elementary rollover is a process where students enrolled in the current school will be transferred to the next year term and the grade level will be incremented by 1. For example, 1st graders in a 1st grade class will be placed in a 2nd grade class. If there are two 1st grade classes, all students in 1st grade will be placed in only one 2nd grade class. This class will contain all of the students at that grade level but it will not have a teacher assigned. It is a temporary section.  All elementary schools are responsible for creating new sections, assigning appropriate teachers, and moving the students to the correct sections.  The temporary sections will then be closed.