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If you are still married, and there are no custody orders, then both parents have full rights to the child. There is no basis for their inference that he is the "primary guardian." You should be able to move schools without the notarized letter. But just because you have the legal right to do something doesn't mean that the school district doesn't have their policies. I think they must be trying to avoid conflict when parents do not agree in situations such as yours, but it makes no sense to me how they are coming up with a "primary guardian" based on the address. You might call the school board and see if they can help.
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