Rule 3301-11-06 | Errors specified by public school district.
In order to ensure compliance with the provisions of this Chapter 3301-11 of the Administrative Code and Chapter 3310. of the Revised Code, within thirty calendar days of receiving a student application, public school districts shall specify errors in application and continuing eligibility information that would affect scholarship awards and payments. Such errors shall include:
(A) For applicants seeking scholarships for the first time, that the designated building in which the applicant claims the student is enrolled, or in the case of a student attending a community school, in which the applicant claims the student would otherwise be enrolled, or in the case of a student entering kindergarten, in which the applicant claims the student would be assigned in the year the scholarship is sought, is incorrect;
(B) That the resident district of the student for whom the application is made or for whom a scholarship has been awarded and for whom payment is being made is not the district listed on the scholarship application;
(C) That a student for whom a scholarship has been awarded and for whom payment is being made is enrolled and attending a school of the public school district or a community school; and
(D) Any other error defined by the department that, if specified, would assist in the implementation of this chapter.