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Monday, 9/22/2014

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ENROLLMENT REQUIREMENTS

ALL REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION MUST BE PRESENTED AT THE TIME OF ENROLLMENT.  THE ENROLLMENT DEPARTMENT WILL NOT HOLD INCOMPLETE PACKETS WAITING FOR REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION.  Enrollment for new residents, or students coming from a parochial or nonpublic school, and address changes take place at the Office of Student Enrollment, located in the Administration Building, 501 West University Drive.  An enrollment packet can be completed online by clicking on the folder at the bottom of the screen.  The following information must be provided by the parent/guardian at the time of enrollment. No other documents will be accepted.  Birth certificates and immunization documentation must be in English.  If the original documents are not in English, a certified translation must be provided at the time of enrollment.  MOVING WITHIN THE DISTRICT - provide office of Student Enrollment with valid proof of residency as indicated below.

STUDENT'S ORIGINAL BIRTH CERTIFICATE - as required by State Law. 

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  • PROOF OF RESIDENCY - Only the documents listed below will be accepted as proof of residency. ROCHESTER COMMUNITY SCHOOLS RESERVES THE RIGHT TO VERIFY RESIDENCY DOCUMENTATION PROVIDED AT THE TIME OF ENROLLMENT.  ENROLLMENT MAY BE DELAYED DURING VERIFICATIOM PROCESS.
  •  ESTABLISHED RESIDENT - Own a home: Most current property tax statement and current utility bill.   Lease/Rent:  Rental agreement, and current utility bill (names of all residents must be on lease/rental agreement)
    • NEW RESIDENT -  Closing papers (if closing occurred within six months) AND verification of utility activation or, Purchase agreement, or new lease/rental agreement AND verification of utility activation.
    • RESIDING WITH A RESIDENT WHO OWNS THEIR HOME- If you are residing with a resident who owns their own home, you must provide the resident's current property tax statement, and a current utility bill. In addition, you and the resident must complete the Shared Household Affidavit form, and have it signed by a notary. This form is ONLY AVAILABLE AT THE OFFICE OF STUDENT ENROLLMENT
    • RESIDING WITH A RESIDENT WHO RENTS/LEASES - If you are residing with a resident who rents or leases, you must provide their current lease/rental agreement, and current utility bill.  YOU AND YOUR CHILD'S NAME MUST BE ON THE LEASE AGREEMENT.  In addition, you and the resident must complete a Shared Household Affidavit form, and have it signed by a notary.  THIS FORM IS ONLY AVAILABLE AT THE OFFICE OF STUDENT ENROLLMENT.
    • GUARDIANSHIP - Only a parent or legal guardian may enroll a child.  Legal guardianship documentation, OBTAINED FROM THE CIRCUIT COURT, is required at the time of enrollment.  If a child is residing with a grandparent, the grandparent must provide the parent's birth certificate to prove that they are in fact the child's grandparent.
  • CURRENT IMMUNIZATION RECORDS- New Immunization Requirements as of January 1, 2010 for all children entering kindergarten, all 7th grade students, and all children changing school districts: 
    • Two doses of varicella vaccine or history of chickenpox disease
    • One dose of meningococcal vaccine - Children ages 11-18
    • One additional dose of Tdap vaccine for children ages 11-18 if  5 years have passed since last dose
Michigan law requires that all students be immunized against vaccine preventable diseases to attend school.   Before a child can be permitted to enter or attend school, parents or guardians must present documentation that their child has received all required doses of vaccines, or that their child has received at least one dose of the required vaccines, or have a current immunization waiver on file.
CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW TO OBTAIN LISTING OF IMMUNIZATION CLINICS IN OAKLAND COUNTY
http://www.oakgov.com/health/program_service/clinic_about.html
  • Vision screening (kindergarten only)
  • Parent picture identification
  • Name and address of previous school attended
  • If child is receiving special education services, a current Individual Education Plan (I.E.P.)
  • Secondary students should bring an unofficial transcript of their grades to their counseling appointment.  Elementary students should bring a copy of their last report card
  • If there are special custody restrictions, providing those documents at the time of enrollment will help us ensure your child's safety

    Questions regarding student enrollment may be addressed to the Student Enrollment Office, 248-726-3000.