The following documents are required for registration:
Plus two of the following:
Documents must be pre-printed with the name and current address of the student's parent/guardian (or the student if 18 years of age or older). Items may not be from the same bullet.
Families registering for school should bring at least five documents to the Welcome Center:
As a regular part of registration, the parent/guardian(s) will fill out the Home Language Survey, a questionnaire on the languages spoken and heard by the student at home and among family and friends.
The results of the Home Language Survey may indicate that the student needs further language assessment at our Newcomer Assessment and Counseling Center (NACC) before we can complete registration. The results of the assessment may qualify children for educational programs that benefit English language learners. Staff at the NACC will consult with parents about the assessment and any services or programs they recommend.
If an assessment is needed, the Welcome Center staff administering your case will make an appointment for your child with NACC. Applicants who participate in the language assessment at the Newcomer Assessment and Counseling Center are able to complete their registration during their visit there and will not have to return to a Welcome Center.