• Registration Information for Grades 1 - 12 


    Registration Checklist for Grades 1-12:

    In order to help facilitate the registration process please have the following items with you when registering your student(s).

    » Copy of Certified Birth Certificate (Families NEW to district only)

    » Proof of Residency (Families NEW to district or have different address from last year)

    » Student Enrollment Form

    » Supplemental Documents regarding Health History (see checklist below)

    » Race & Ethnicity Data Standards

    » Home Language Survey (Spanish)

    » Permission Forms (school field trip/publicity/authorization for access to District computer systems by students)

    » Military Deployment

    Health Form Checklist (for Parents/Guardians NEW to district ONLY):

    » Medical/Physical Exam (Spanish) - (dated within one calendar year of the first day of school)

    » Dental Exam - (dated within 18 months of the first day of school)

    » Vision Exam - (must be completed by October 15th)

    Immunizations as required by the Illinois Department of Public Health. Please turn in your child's immunization records to the school office and/or nurse. He/She will review to see if your child needs any further immunizations. Talk to your health care provider or call the Macon County Public Health Department 1221 East Condit Street, Decatur, IL 62521 phone: (217) 423-6988 email: livewell@maconcountyhealth.org if you're unsure what immunizations your child needs.

    • Lead Screening
    • Two (2) doses of varicella vaccine
    • Two (2) doses mumps and rubella vaccine
     
    All 6th, 7th, 8th and 12th grade students must show evidence of receiving two doses of MCV4 (meningococca) vaccine.  
     
    A student may be exempted from this policy's requirements on religious grounds if the parents/guardians present a physicican signed Religious Exemption form or on medical grounds if the student's parents/guardians present a physician signed order. All medical exemptions must also be approved by the Illinois Department of Public Health.