Section 232.195, Florida Statutes 2001
232.195 Continuation of truancy remedial activities upon transfer of student; retention of legal jurisdiction.--
(1) If, during the activities designed to remedy truant behavior as described in s. 232.19, the parent or legal guardian of the student who is the subject of such activities transfers the student to another school district in this state in an attempt to circumvent the remedial procedures which have already begun, the administration of the school from which the student transferred shall provide to the administration of the new school, at no charge, copies of all available records and documents relevant to such remedial activities, and the administration of the new school shall begin remedial activities in the program that most closely meets the transfer student's needs.
(2) In the event that a legal proceeding has commenced, as provided in s. 232.19, against a student who has been determined to be a habitual truant, the movement of the student who is the subject of such proceeding to another circuit court district in this state will not affect the jurisdiction of the court to proceed with the case under the law.
History.--s. 9, ch. 84-255; s. 10, ch. 97-234.