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New Student Registration

Appointment Needed

Students MUST live in the district with the parent or legal guardian. ONLY the parent or legal guardian may register the student. All registrations are done by appointment. The following documents are examples of acceptable items that must be presented at the registration appointment:

HOMEOWNERS:
  1. Current property tax bill, mortgage statement, or closing disclosure (if the home was recently bought)
  2. One (1) document with name and address such as voter registration, license, permit, financial account information, utility bill, delivery receipt, court order, canceled check, etc.
RENTERS: 
  1. Current lease or letter from leasing agent.
  2. One (1) document with name and address such as voter registration, license, permit, financial account information, utility bill, delivery receipt, court order, canceled check, etc.
IF YOU LIVE WITH ANOTHER FAMILY:
  1. Affidavit of Residency Form A. (This needs to be notarized and completed by the person with whom you reside with)
  2. Current lease or letter from leasing agent, landlord or tenant, property tax bill, mortgage statement or closing disclosure of the homeowner (if home was recently bought) This should be the same person listed on the Affidavit of Residency Form A.
  3. One (1) document with name and address such as voter registration, license, permit, financial account information, utility bill, delivery receipt, court order, canceled check, etc.

Note: If your current living arrangements are NOT listed above, please call the office for guidance.

The following additional documents are required for school enrollment and should be presented at the registration appointment: Failure to present these documents may delay actual attendance at school.

  1. Proof of Age. Original birth certificate, passport, or other official document indicating age.
  2. Health and Immunization Records. Current records can be obtained from your previous school or pediatrician. These must be current with dates and translated into English. Please note that the physical examination forms must be dated no more than one year (365 days) prior to the entry into EWRSD schools.
  3. Previous School Records. School records may include transfer card, last report card, IEP, test scores such as WIDA, PARCC, etc.
  4. Proof of Custody, if applicable. Legal divorce decree, or other custody document indicating physical or residential custody of the student.

Please call the Central Registration Office at 609-443-2881, Ext. 6800 to schedule an appointment. All appointments for registration will be held at the Community Services building located at 384 Stockton Street, Hightstown, NJ 08520. Normal office hours are 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Monday through Friday; however, office hours may fluctuate, so please call before stopping by if you do not have an appointment.

The New Student Registration Packet must be completed to properly register your student. It may be downloaded by clicking on the link. Please print it out and complete the forms for your appointment.