Kenosha Unified open enrollment numbers reported

More students are looking to leave the Kenosha Unified School District than enter it through open enrollment for the next school year.

Anderson J. Lattimore, assistant superintendent of educational accountability, reviewed the Open Enrollment Report for the School Board Tuesday night.

Open enrollment is a program in Wisconsin that allows students to apply to attend public school districts other than their residence district.

A total of 119 students are seeking to enter the KUSD; 244 students are applying to leave the district.

Fifty-three of the 119 students are being approved for entry, based on space availability. This was passed unanimously by the board.

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