Residency of student at youth care center
(1) Except as provided in subsection (2) of this section, a student described in ORS 336.580 (Education at youth care centers) shall be considered a resident of the school district in which the student resides by reason of the placement under ORS 336.580 (Education at youth care centers) for purposes of distribution of the State School Fund.
(2) For a child described in ORS 336.580 (Education at youth care centers) (2)(b), the child shall receive educational services through the Juvenile Detention Education Program as described in ORS 326.695 (Definitions for ORS 326.700 and 326.712).
(3) A student described in subsection (1) of this section must be admitted to the public schools of the school district where the student is placed pursuant to ORS 336.580 (Education at youth care centers).
(4) Except as provided in ORS 343.261 (Instruction of certain hospitalized children), 343.941 (Department duties for education of students admitted to pediatric nursing facilities), 343.961 (Responsibility for costs of education of children in day and residential treatment programs) and 346.010 (Training and educational services for children who are deaf), the school district shall provide or cause to be provided appropriate education to any student described in subsection (1) of this section, including the identification and evaluation of the student for purposes of determining eligibility as a child with a disability to receive special education and related services enumerated in ORS 343.035 (Definitions for chapter) and services related to a disadvantaged child as defined in ORS 343.650 (Definitions for ORS 343.650 to 343.680). Suspension or expulsion of a student from the regular school program does not relieve the district of the obligation to provide instruction in the residential program in which the child resides or in another appropriate facility. [1993 c.45 §119; 1999 c.989 §34; 2001 c.900 §241; 2007 c.70 §96; 2014 c.81 §11; 2015 c.671 §5]
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