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Commissioner imposes deadline for districts seeking reimbursement for health services

On Board Online • July 2, 2018

By Jeffrey Mongelli
Senior Staff Counsel

School districts that wish to commence an appeal to the commissioner of education seeking reimbursement for health services costs for the 2018-19 school year and beyond must do so within 30 days after the conclusion of the school year in which the costs were incurred. That was the conclusion of the commissioner of education in Appeal of the Board of Education of the New Hyde Park-Garden City Park UFSD.

The case involved a school district seeking reimbursement for health and welfare costs incurred on behalf of nonresident students attending a private school located within the school district's geographical boundaries.

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