Your child can remain in their current school if you have to move to a new district because of economic hardship, disaster, or other similar hardship.
Therefore, the school district should keep your child in their “school of origin” - the school they were attending when your family became homeless - unless this is contrary to your wishes, the child’s wishes, or the child’s best interest.
Your children have the right to remain in the school of origin during the entire time that you are homeless, even if you are homeless for years or you move to temporary housing in another school district or even another state.
If you move into permanent housing in another school district during the school year, your child can finish that academic year in the school of origin. See Transportation for more information.