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CPSD Releases new Proof of Residency requirements

iPadMay 20, 2020

 

Both new and returning students must prove residency prior to the start of the 2022-2023 school year.

 

The Clinton Public School District will hold a proof of residency event on July 20-22 and July 25-26 in the Northside/Eastside Cafeteria where parents can bring the appropriate documents needed to prove residency. Each day, the event will be open from 7:00am to 6:00pm.

 

Any parent or guardian needing to prove residency by Affidavit will be able do so only on Thursday, July 28 or Friday, July 29 at CPSD's Central Office on Easthaven Drive. Affidavits will be conducted from 8:00am to 3:00pm on July 28 and from 8:00am to 11:30am on July 29.

 

Acceptable residency documentation includes a lease, deed or mortgage statement in the parent’s or guardian’s name plus a current water bill, power bill or gas bill in the parent’s or guardian’s name dated within the last three months.

 

Once the online enrollment process has been completed and parents have proven residency, no other action will be necessary until Meet the Teacher Day scheduled for Thursday, August 4.

 

Students whose parent or guardian has not completed the online enrollment process or who have not proven residency will not be able to receive their schedule at their student's school campus on Meet the Teacher Day, August 4.

 

Parents or guardians of returning students who have not proven residency by July 26, along with their student, will need to report to Central Office on the first day of school, Monday, August 8, 2022, in order to prove residency and ensure the enrollment process is complete. Upon completion, these students will be assigned a teacher and issued a schedule.

 

All students who have completed the online enrollment process and who have verified residency by July 26 will report to their campus on Monday, August 8.

 

For any questions concerning the online registration process, please contact [email protected].