ORS 339.139
Residency of military children; rules


(1)

As used in this section:

(a)

“Military child” means a child who is in a military family covered by the Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunity for Military Children, as determined under rules adopted by the State Board of Education.

(b)

“Military transfer” means the transfer or pending transfer of a parent of a military child pursuant to an official military order.

(c)

“School district of military residence” means the school district in which:

(A)

The family of a military child intends to reside as the result of a military transfer; or

(B)

If the school district in which the family of a military child intends to reside as the result of a military transfer is unknown, the school district in which the military installation identified in the official military order is located.

(2)

For the purposes of enrollment and class placement at a school of a school district, a military child shall be:

(a)

Considered a resident of the school district if the school district is the school district of military residence for the military child; and

(b)

Entitled to the same processes and rights of enrollment and class placement as any child who is a resident of the school district.

(3)

A parent of a military child who is considered a resident of a school district as provided by subsection (2) of this section must provide proof of residency within 10 days after the date of military transfer indicated in the official military order.

(4)

Nothing in this section:

(a)

Requires compliance with the school attendance requirements of ORS 339.010 (School attendance required) and 339.020 (Duty to send children to school) prior to 10 days after the date of military transfer indicated in the official military order; or

(b)

Entitles a school district to State School Fund distributions for a military child until the military child is first considered present at the school.

(5)

The State Board of Education shall adopt any rules necessary for the administration of this section. [2019 c.347 §1]

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