•   List of Acceptable Documents  
    Information excerpted from District Regulation 5111 - ELIGIBILITY OF RESIDENT / NONRESIDENT PUPILS (M)

    E.  Proof of Eligibility
    1.  The district shall require multiple documents of any of the following or similar forms of documentation from persons attempting to demonstrate a pupil’s eligibility for enrollment in the district:
    a.  Property tax bills, deeds, contracts of sale, leases, mortgages, signed and notarized letters from landlords and other evidence of property ownership, tenancy or residency;
    b.  Voter registrations, licenses, financial account information, utility bills, and other evidence of personal attachment to a particular location;
    c.  Court orders, State agency agreements and other evidence of court or agency placements or directives;
    d.  Receipts, bills, cancelled checks, insurance claims or payments, and other evidence of expenditures demonstrating personal attachment to a particular location, or, where applicable, to support of the pupil;
    e.  Medical reports, counselor or social worker assessments, employment documents, unemployment claims, benefit statements, and other evidence of circumstances demonstrating, where applicable, family or economic hardship, or temporary residency;
    f.  Affidavits, certifications and sworn attestations pertaining to statutory criteria for school attendance, from the parent, guardian, person keeping an "affidavit pupil," adult pupil, person(s) with whom a family is living, or others as appropriate;
    g.  Documents pertaining to military status and assignment; and
    h.  Any other business record or document issued by a governmental entity.
    2. The district may accept forms of documentation not listed above, and shall not automatically exclude from consideration any documentation or information presented by a person seeking to enroll a pupil.
    3. The district shall consider the totality of information and documentation offered by an applicant, and shall not deny enrollment based on failure to provide a particular form of documentation, or a particular subset of documents, without regard to other evidence presented.​