Students in Manchester are assigned to schools geographically. [See the District MAP to figure out where the schools are and which school your child should go to.]

To register your child for enrollment you should go to your neighborhood school. If you are not sure which school to go to, ask a neighbor or call the school district office, tel.(624-6300). Administrative offices in the schools are closed during the summer, with the administrative staff returning to work in mid-August. During the school year you can register at any time by going to the school during regular school hours. You can download enrollment forms from the school district website http://www.mansd.org/main/kindreg.htm and fill them out at home.

What to bring for registration:

**
2 proofs of reside
nce ... Lease agreement, utility bills, or rent receipt
Child's birth certificate
** Immunization Record [child must have all of the following]:
4 doses DPT
4 doses polio
1 MMR + 2nd measles vaccine
3 doses of hepatitis B, Varicella
** Tetanus and diphthe
ria booster for middle and high school students.


If you have lost or are not able to immediately obtain birth records, proof of residence, or Social Security documentation you can still register your child under the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act. However, children must be immunized to begin attending classes. If your child’s immunizations are not up to date contact your physician or the Manchester Health Department, tel. (624-6466) which offers free immunization clinics.
Registration for Kindergartners and incoming 1st graders takes place in the spring for the following September. Registration days will be advertised in the media and on the school district website. Students must be 5 years old by September 30 in order to register for Kindergarten. Your child will also need to have a complete physical exam, or an appointment to have one, before starting school.
If you are new to the district and have a child with Special Needs or limited English proficiency, your child may be assigned to a magnet program in another school. However, you should still register at your neighborhood school. Also, at the time of registration, you will be able to inform the school of any desired electives, if applicable, such as band or chorus.

    HOMELESS ACT: If you have lost or are not able to immediately obtain birth records, proof of residence, or Social Security documentation you can still register your child under the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act. However, children must be immunized to begin attending classes. If your child's immunizations are not up to date contact your physician or the Manchester Health Department, tel. (624-6466) which offers free immunization clinics.

    KINDERGARTEN AND FIRST GRADE: Registration for Kindergartners and incoming 1st graders takes place in the spring for the following September. Registration days will be advertised in the media and on the school district website. Students must be 5 years old by September 30 in order to register for Kindergarten. Your child will also need to have a complete physical exam, or an appointment to have one, before starting school.

    SPEAKING ENGLISH/SPECIAL NEEDS: If you are new to the district and have a child with Special Needs or limited English proficiency, your child may be assigned to a magnet program in another school. However, you should still register at your neighborhood school.

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