The Kimberly School District says a deal to get Charlie Knuth back in the district has been worked out.
Charlie, who suffers from a rare skin disease, will enroll in his home district of Kaukauna. He will then transfer back into Kimberly.
His mother, Trisha, says Charlie has been open enrolled in the Kimberly district since 2010. She says Kimberly terminated his enrollment while he was in the hospital, then denied re-enrollment. She brought the issue in front of the Kimberly School Board Monday night.
Kimberly Superintendent Bob Mayfield told FOX 11 Monday night that the district wants Charlie, but needs to make sure it follows state law. He said one factor is the family lives in another district and the regular open enrollment period has closed.
Both sides met Tuesday morning to further discuss the issue.
FOX 11 has contacted Trisha Knuth for comment on this story, but has yet to get a response.
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