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I have two sons one is 9 the other is 6. They wanted to play

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I have two sons one is 9 the other is 6. They wanted to play baseball for a school in our county but not the one they go too. It does say in the county bi-laws that this is posiable with a release from the school they go too but it has to be for a good reason. We have to pay for them to play and this doesn't seam right or legal to tell me where they can and can't play. They were refused a release from the school they attend.
Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: Family Law
Expert:  RayAnswers replied 7 years ago.
Thanks for your question. You may have the right here to take this to the school superintendent or the school board itself. You seem to have good reasons here for such a request and they may waive the fees if this is a financial hardship.

Consider taking this up to the highest levels to see if you don't have recourse or opportunity to discuss this with the school board members or superintendent. Maybe you haven't been given the appropriate consideration in this matter.You may want consider obtaining a lawyer to presen this and seek further reconsideration . I do wish you luck.


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