The selected school shall immediately enroll the child or youth in school, even if the
child or youth lacks records normally required for enrollment, such as
previous academic records, medical records, proof of residency or other
The educating district should immediately enroll and begin to provide instruction. The
receiving school district may contact the district of origin for oral confirmation that
the child has been immunized. Oral confirmation between professionals is a
sufficient basis to verify immunization with written confirmation to follow within 30
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