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Thanks for your question. Please note that not all questions are of a legal nature. Having said that, whether you can transfer the children is not up to a court of law nor based on state laws. Instead, each school district sets its own policy regarding whether you can transfer, time limits to do so, and policy regarding riding the bus. And a court of law would have no jurisdiction/no authority to decide otherwise. And if you disagree with a school district decision, your remedy is to petition the school board and apply for a hearing so that you can make your case. But it is not a legal matter. Sorry. I always feel bad when I give advice you may not want to hear. But likewise I am obligated as attorney to inform the way I am trained. Thanks for understanding. Please rate my answer ok or better so that I am compensated for assisting you.
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