TO ENROLL A CHILD IN SCHOOL, THE FIRST STEP IS TO CALL THE SCHOOL IN YOUR DISTRICT AND SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT TO MEET WITH THEM. TO FIND OUT WHICH SCHOOL IS IN YOUR DISTRICT, CALL THE BOARD OF EDUCATION LOCATED IN YOUR COUNTY.
Enroll your grandchild in school as soon as possible. Call your local school district to determine which school your grandchild will attend. To enroll, the following information is need:
Proof of immunization
Previous school records (ex. if a child attended another school)
Proof of residency
NOTE: the information needed to enroll your grandchild in school may vary depending on the school district.
Enroll even if you missing some of the paperwork. The student is allowed to enroll as long as their paperwork is completed soon after they have started school. Some school systems require that the grandparent has legal custody of the child in order to register the child for school Yet, schools are required by state and federal law to take steps to help enroll students. Examples of these steps may include: waiving the requirement for parental signatures or arranging vaccinations at a local clinic instead of having an immunization record.