Divorce is common these days, as is joint custody of children. That arrangement can lead to unforeseen problems, namely what public school
does the child attend if parents live in different towns.
This is a real-life problem for 13-year-old Kaitlyn Keegan, who splits time between her father, who lives in Rockaway, and her mother, who lives in Randolph. Kaitlyn attends school in Rockaway but also spends some time staying at her mother's residence in Randolph. That proved troublesome earlier this year when Kaitlyn was observed by detectives hired by the Rockaway district leaving her mother's Randolph residence three days in a week. The Rockaway district tried to remove her from school...
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