Answer: Yes. The open enrollment school is the school of origin–it is the school the child attended when permanently housed, and also the school in which last enrolled. 42 USC 11432(g)(3)(I)(i)-(ii). The fact that he enrolled originally under open enrollment is irrelevant. Of course, that is subject to best interest. The parent also can choose the school near the shelter, if that is what she prefers.

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