At registration, parents will be asked to provide two forms of documentation that establish the new student's residency in the Central York School District.
Documents required from parent(s):
Proof of Residency - Must have two (2) forms of ID with address and signatures
Main form of proof:
If purchasing - Mortage/Settlement Agreement (NOT sales agreement) or tax bill
If renting - Lease Agreement with Landlord signature
If living with someone else - Multiple Occupancy Form, notarized by owner. Owner must provide proof of residency.
Second form of proof:
Utility Bill, Driver's License (with new address), Vehicle Registration Card
Child's Birth Certificate
Incoming Kindergarten students must be five (5) years of age and incoming first-grade students must be six (6) years of age by August 31 of the upcoming school year. Parents should bring their child's immunization records and birth certificate.
Children entering school for the first time are required to have a physical exam, dental exam, health history, and record of immunizations. The School Nurse will provide parents/guardians of new students with these forms to be completed prior to the start of Kindergarten.
The following immunizations are required for all students entering school for the first time. Documentation from a health care provider is required:
Diphtheria/Tetanus (DTP, DT, or DTaP): At least four properly spaced doses are required. The last dose must be on or after the child's fourth birthday.
Polio (OPV or IPV): At least four properly spaced doses are required (4th dose on or after 4th birthday and at least 6 months after the previous dose given).
Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR): Two doses are required. The first dose must have been given on or after the child's first birthday.
Hepatitis B: Three properly spaced doses are required. The third dose must have been given on or after six months of age.
Chicken Pox (Varicella): Two doses are required. The first dose must have been given on or after the first birthday. Signed documentation, including the month and year that your child had chickenpox disease, is also acceptable at this time.