You are partially correct. Since the child is already enrolled in kindergarten she is of compulsory school age as stated in the following sections of the Ohio Education Laws and must be formally withdrawn using the steps below.You are incorrect about the age. It is legally 6 years of age, not 5. It is not mandatory to attend Kindergarten in Ohio.
A child between six and eighteen years of age is “of compulsory school age” for the purpose of sections 3321.01 to 3321.13 of the Revised Code. A child under six years of age who has been enrolled in kindergarten also shall be considered “of compulsory school age” for the purpose of sections 3321.01 to 3321.13 of the Revised Code unless at any time the child’s parent or guardian, at the parent’s or guardian’s discretion and in consultation with the child’s teacher and principal, formally withdraws the child from kindergarten. The compulsory school age of a child shall not commence until the beginning of the term of such schools, or other time in the school year fixed by the rules of the board of the district in which the child resides.
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