PORTLAND, Ore. -- Kyron Horman was being dropped from the registry of students at Skyline Elementary.

Matt Shelby with the Portland School District confirmed the boy missing that's been missing for 15 weeks was dropped as a current student after Monday s final bell. It is district policy to drop a student from the enrolled students list after they have missed 10 consecutive days.

Kyron was last seen at the school on June 4 before he disappeared without a trace. No suspects or persons of interest have been named in the case.

Last week, Multnomah County Sheriff Dan Staton said the case would be shifted to a task force-style investigation. Staton said there had been significant movements in the 15-week investigation and there was a more defined scope, allowing them to not be as broad in their efforts. Details:Case refocused

Investigators can now concentrate on their current course to support a theory of what happened to the boy. He said he had seen no evidence that indicated Kyron was not alive. Last week, Kyron's parents Kaine Horman and Desiree Young appeared on the Oprah Winfrey show to talk about the case.

An October 7 hearing date was set for Kaine and his attorneys to meet with estranged wife Terri Moulton-Horman in divorce proceedings. Terri has been the focus of the investigation since allegations she tried to hire a landscaper to kill Kaine. She was also the last person thought to have seen Kyron the morning he disappeared.

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