Schools in the same or other districts may refuse enrollment of a student who has been expelled elsewhere. However, you can still apply for enrollment with those schools, and they may accept a student expelled elsewhere.
Although state law encourages schools to offer educational services for a student who has been suspended or expelled, they do not have to provide any educational services while students are being excluded because of suspension or expulsion. Parents, guardians, and students should always ask schools to provide educational services in or out of school.
Schools may be obligated to offer educational services in some cases where students are excluded or out of school for a non-disciplinary reason.
The school district may ban a child from the school bus as punishment. Permission to ride the bus is a privilege and can be taken away by the school district from students who are found to be violating safety or disciplinary rules on the bus or elsewhere. Contact your legislator if you’d like to see a change in this policy area.
Schools can report criminal conduct to the police and can press charges if students break the law.