School of origin definition

School of origin means the school or preschool that a child or youth attended when permanently housed, or the school in which the child or youth was last enrolled. When a child or youth completes the final grade level served by the school of origin, the school of origin includes the designated receiving school at the next grade level for all feeder schools.
School of origin means the school that the student attended when permanently housed or the school in which the student was last enrolled.
School of origin means the school that the child or youth attended when permanently housed or the school in which the child or youth was last enrolled.

Examples of School of origin in a sentence

  • School of origin means the school that the foster youth attended when permanently housed or the school in which he/she was last enrolled.

  • School of origin means the school that the foster child attended when permanently housed or the school in which the foster child was last enrolled.

  • School of origin is the school the child or youth attended when permanently housed or the school in which the child or youth was last enrolled, including preschool.

  • School of origin is defined as the school the student attended when permanently housed or the school in which the student was last enrolled.

  • Return to the original school: Pupils of category I and II who attended their School of origin for at least one school year and who left it a maximum of three years previously will be allowed to return to it.


More Definitions of School of origin

School of origin means the school that the foster child attended when permanently housed or the school in which the foster child was last enrolled. If the school the foster child attended when permanently housed is different from the school in which the foster child was last enrolled, or if there is some other school that the foster child attended with which the foster child is connected and that the foster child attended within the immediately preceding 15 months, the educational liaison, in consultation with, and with the agreement of, the foster child and the educational rights holder, shall determine, in the best interests of the foster child, the school that shall be deemed the school of origin.
School of origin means the school that the child in foster care attended when permanently housed or the school in which the child in foster care was last enrolled. If the school the child in foster care attended when permanently housed is different from the school in which they were last enrolled, or if there is some other school that they attended with which they are connected and that the they attended within the immediately preceding 15 months, the educational liaison, in consultation with, and with the agreement of, the child and the educational rights holder, shall determine, in the best interests of the child, the school that shall be deemed the school of origin.
School of origin means the school that the foster youth attended when permanently housed or the school in which the foster youth was last enrolled. If the school the foster youth attended when permanently housed is different from the school in which the student was last enrolled, or if there is some other school that the foster youth attended within the immediately preceding 15 months, the Charter School liaison for foster youth, in consultation with and with the agreement of the foster youth and the ERH for the youth, shall determine, in the best interests of the foster youth, the school that shall be deemed the school of origin.
School of origin means a public school that a child or youth attended at the time of placement into foster care, or the school in which the child or youth was last enrolled, including a preschool or a charter school. For a child or youth in foster care who completes the final grade level served by the school of origin, the term school of origin will include the designated receiving school at the next grade level for all feeder schools. Where the child is eligible to attend school in the school district of origin because the child was placed in foster care after such child is eligible to apply, register, or enroll in the public preschool or kindergarten or the child is living with a school-age sibling who attends school in the school district of origin, the school of origin will include any public school or preschool in which such child would have been entitled or eligible to attend based on such child's last residence before the circumstances arose which caused such child to be placed in foster care.District Foster Care Liaison
School of origin means the school that a student attended when permanently housed or the school in which the student was last enrolled. When the student has completed the final grade served by the school of origin, the term “school of origin” shall include the designated receiving school at the next grade level for all feeder schools.
School of origin means the school in which a child is enrolled at the time of placement in foster care.
School of origin means the school in which the child or youth is enrolled at the time of placement in foster care or prior to becoming homeless.