In order to complete the registration process and allow your child/children to begin attending the District's schools as soon as possible, the following documentation and forms are required.
Student's Birth Date Verification
Two (2) Proofs of Residency
Parent/Guardian Driver's License
Health History Form
Legal Documents Regarding Custodial Arrangements, if applicable
Transfer students ONLY:
Completed Confidential Release Form
Last Report Card, if available
Unofficial Transcript, if available
Student Birth Date Verification
The following student birth date verification is required for registration of students new to the District:
Certified transcript of a birth certificate or record of baptism.
A passport if nobirth certificate or record of baptism.
Proof of Residency
TWO (2) of the following documents showing proof of residency:
Mortgage statement or Deed of home ownership or Residential Lease
School or Property Tax statement
Utility bills or other bills (specific to the new address)
Notarized affidavit by third-party property owner/landlord, from whom the parent or person in parental relation leases from.
If the above is not available, the District may consider the following documentation and/or information, including but not limited to:
W-2 income statement
Pay stub (specific to the new address)
Official driver's license, learner's permit, or non-driver identification
State or other government issued identification
Membership documents (e.g. library cards) based on residency
Documents issued by federal, state, or local agencies
Evidence of custody of the child, including but not limited to judicial custody orders or guardianship papers.
New York State law requires a health examination for all students entering the school district for the first time. A dental certificate which states your child has been seen by a dentist or dental hygienist is also asked for at the same time.
Every student entering or attending school is required to provide proof of immunization in accordance with the provisions of Public Health Law 2164.