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My daughter has been a transfer student since kindergarten in her school. This year her transfer was revoked due to excessive tardiness. I obtained a letter from her pediatrician(who is on the board) stating that she has "chronic intestinal dysmotility" and tardies related to this should be excused. This letter was submitted to the principal who proceeded with the revocation paperwork and the school system denied her transfer. I appealed and went before 2 members of the board explaining my daughters' situation and responding to their questions. After that meeting, the full board voted to uphold the revocation, forcing my daughter to change schools for her last year in elementary school. I feel this is a form of discrimination because of a chronic illness. Please advise.