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If I want to transfer my child to another school, whom do I contact in Georgia?

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  • If I want to transfer my child to another school, whom do I contact in Georgia?

    If I want to transfer my child to another school, whom do I contact in Georgia?
    Thanks, I look forward to your reply.

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    Re: If I want to transfer my child to another school, whom do I contact in Georgia?

    Contact the local board of education/superintendent's office in the school system where your child currently is enrolled.
    Please contact me again if I can help in any way.
    Best wishes,
    Todd

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      Transfer to another local school

      If I want to transfer my child to another local school can the board of education say no.

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        Originally posted by Fluffy
        If I want to transfer my child to another local school can the board of education say no.
        That depends upon the school district. If you do not have choice of school or the schools are at capacity, then yes, they can say no. If this falls under the no child left behind (hahahaha), then you have to have sufficient evidence (2 years reports BTW, you should recieve a report card every year from the school) stating that the school is classified as "in need of improvement". If that is the case, you must be allowed to move your child to a school NOT classified as "inoi", and tranportation must be provided in the event that you cannot provide transportation to and from the school.

        www.ed.gov/nclb/landing.jhtml
        HOOK 'EM HORNS!!!
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        (unique up on him)
        How do catch an ordinary rabbit?
        (same way)

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