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According to Indiana Parenting Time Guidelines for holidays is a preschool child same as school child on parent's birthday holiday.

The mother is saying we only get 5pm to 8pm because school the next day. We are saying we get him 9am-9pm because preschool is not school.

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Might depend on the age of the child and if they go to a public pre-school, or if it's like a private daycare "pre-school". My child was in a pre-K program from age 3 on and it was definitely school - got picked up by the bus and everything.

You can check the following for more details...

http://www.in.gov/judiciary/rules/parenting/
http://www.miklaw.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/Article-re-Changes-to-the-Parenting-Time-Guidelines-Effective-March-1.pdf

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Thanks, I had no luck finding what I needed there though. He is 5 and goes to a private daycare/preschool. We think he is not considered in school until he is in Kindergarten, but his mother says preschool is school because she wants to keep him from us. I'm trying to find something that clearly states if preschool is school or not.
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This depends with whether the child is in private or public school. It also depends with the child's age and the school's regulations. Talk to the school's principal about this so that you can come up with a suitable solution.

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