Last year, Desiré Hendricks enrolled her son in Kansas City’s Southwest Early College Campus for the 10th grade. It was a difficult year, she said. “He does not want to go back. He cannot go back to Southwest.” She is trying to transfer him to the Center School District, but with less than a week until schools open, she doesn’t know where her son will be.
Last year, Desiré Hendricks enrolled her son in Kansas City’s Southwest Early College Campus for the 10th grade. It was a difficult year, she said. “He does not want to go back. He cannot go back to Southwest.” She is trying to transfer him to the Center School District, but with less than a week until schools open, she doesn’t know where her son will be. Kansas City Star file photo
Last year, Desiré Hendricks enrolled her son in Kansas City’s Southwest Early College Campus for the 10th grade. It was a difficult year, she said. “He does not want to go back. He cannot go back to Southwest.” She is trying to transfer him to the Center School District, but with less than a week until schools open, she doesn’t know where her son will be. Kansas City Star file photo

Transfer law confusion keeps KC families on hold as school year approaches

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