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Section 3317.034 | Enrollment status.


For purposes of section 3317.03 of the Revised Code:

(A) A student shall be considered to be enrolled in the district for any portion of the school year the student is participating at a college under Chapter 3365. of the Revised Code.

(B) A student shall be considered to be enrolled in the district for the period of time beginning on the date on which the school has both received the documentation of the student's enrollment from a parent and the student has commenced participation in learning opportunities offered by the district. For purposes of applying divisions (B) and (C) of this section, "learning opportunities" means both classroom-based and nonclassroom-based learning opportunities overseen by licensed educational employees of the district that is in compliance with criteria and documentation requirements for student participation, which shall be established by the department. Any student's instruction time in nonclassroom-based learning opportunities shall be certified by an employee of the district.

(C) A student's enrollment shall be considered to cease on the date on which any of the following occur:

(1) The district receives documentation from a parent terminating enrollment of the student.

(2) The district is provided documentation of a student's enrollment in another public or nonpublic school.

(3) The student ceases to participate in learning opportunities provided by the school.

(D) No public school may enroll or withdraw a student from the education management information system established under section 3310.0714 of the Revised Code later than thirty days after the student's actual enrollment or withdrawal from the school.

(E) A student in any of grades nine through twelve may be considered a full-time equivalent student if the student is enrolled in at least five units of instruction, as defined in section 3313.603 of the Revised Code, per school year.

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