Policy would allow kids in divorce to stay in their Salem school
Superintendent Michael Delahanty said the policy change reflects a change in state statute supporting parents going through a divorce with minor children.
Currently, if a custodial parent moves out of town, the student is required to attend the school system where the custodial parent resides.
“If one parent remains in the community and is a resident, the student is allowed to remain in the community,” said Delahanty.
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