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New Student Registration Information

Registration is held every Tuesday and Thursday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

 

Dolton School District 149

New Student Registration Requirements

 

New Student Registrations will be taken on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. beginning on Thursday, August 11th.

A person who knowingly or willfully provides false information to a school district regarding the residency of a pupil for the purpose of enabling the pupil to attend any school in the district without payment of a non resident tuition charge commits a Class C misdemeanor (not more than thirty days in jail and/or fine not to exceed $1500.00)
SCHOOL CODE:  105KLCS 5/20.12B & 730 ILCS 5/5-9-1.

Below is a list of acceptable proofs of residency that are required to register a new student in Dolton School District 149.  All documents must have an address within the Dolton School District 149 attendance boundaries.  

Mandatory Documents:

  • Original certified birth certificate
  • Valid state issued I.D. or driver’s license
  • Official transfer from the child’s previous school
  • Current physical including record of immunizations

Category A:  One (1) document from this list:

  • Real estate tax bill
  • Signed lease
  • Mortgage document or payment book
  • Residency Attestation
  • Military housing letter
  • Section 8 letter

 Category B:  Two (2) documents from this list:

  • Utility bill (ie: gas bill, electric bill, water bill)
  • Phone bill (no cell)
  • Cable bill
  • Vehicle registration
  • Bank statement
  • Public aid card/Medicaid card
  • Food stamp card
  • Credit card statement
  • Paycheck stub
  • City sticker receipt

The following information is being provided regarding a recently added requirement for students entering 6th, 7th or 8th grade from the Illinois Department of Public Health:

 

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