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Open Enrollment Revocations

A student's School of Choice (SOC) or InterDistrict Transfer Agreement (IDTA) may be revoked for any of the following reasons:

  • Unsatisfactory behavior
  • Unsatisfactory attendance
  • Continual tardiness
  • Unsatisfactory citizenship
  • Unsatisfactory academic performance
  • Providing false information to secure the transfer
  • Failure of the parent/guardian to make adequate transportation arrangements

If your transfer is revoked, you may request an Admissions and Discharge appeal. 

For more information please refer to Board Policy 5119, School of Choice or Board Policy 5118, Interdistrict Attendance Agreements.