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​​​Under normal circumstances, a student should not be deprived of a Catholic education because of the attitudes or behavior of parents/guardians; however, uncooperative or disruptive parents/guardians might so diminish the effectiveness of the educational process that it may be impossible for the student to continue in the school.

In such a case, it is imperative that the principal's opinion is shared from a pastoral point of view by the pastor (in the case of parish schools) and/or by the Department of Catholic Schools. The regulations governing recommended transfer would then be applicable. See Transfer of Records.

The parent/student handbook should include a statement concerning parent/guardian attitude and behavior and their consequences.