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- Open Enrollment Application Form – Available during the February-April Application Period
- Transportation Reimbursement Claim Form – Available May 15 to July 15
Open Enrollment Forms
- PI-9410– Full-Time Public School Open Enrollment Application Form, 2015-16 School Year
Open Enrollment Workshop Materials
Parents are responsible to provide transportation to and from school in the nonresident school district, except that transportation required in a child’s IEP must be provided by the nonresident school district. A nonresident or resident school district is permitted (but not required) to provide transportation to open enrolled pupils, however the nonresident school district is prohibited from picking up or dropping off a pupil within the boundaries of the pupil’s resident school district unless the resident school district agrees.
A parent may appeal a resident or nonresident school board’s denial to the Department of Public Instruction within 30 days of the date the notice of denial was postmarked or delivered to the parent, whichever is earlier.
Truancy, failure to participate (virtual charter schools) and expulsion can limit a pupil’s ability to open enroll and may even result in termination of the pupil’s open enrollment.
Inscripción Abierta Interdistrital de Tiempo Completo de las Escuelas Publicas de Wisconsin
El programa interdistrital Open Enrollment de las escuelas públicas de Wisconsin permite que los padres de familia envíen una solicitud para que sus niños asistan a un distrito escolar fuera del que ellos viven.