School district to dismiss two students for remote-learning from out-of-state

School district to dismiss two students for remote-learning from out-of-state


An upstate New York dad says his children’s school district is giving them the boot for taking virtual classes from out of state.

Jeffrey Emmette, of Auburn, took his three children on vacation to Missouri, but then decided to stay at a relative’s and rent out his home on Airbnb when possible while his two school-age sons do their remote learning on Zoom, Syracuse.com reported.

But the single father then received an email from the school district informing him that his sons, Aiden and Tyler, are no longer “entitled” to be enrolled after Oct. 23 since they have no firm date for returning to the state.

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“Are you kidding me? I never thought there was any problem,” Emmette told the outlet of the district’s decision.

“I pay my taxes and my mortgage, and my home is not for sale. I didn’t move. And my kids do all their work on Zoom as I have chosen for them to be

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