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School District of the Chathams Kindergarten Registration

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The School District of the Chathams is pleased to welcome you to Kindergarten Registration. We understand that this is a monumental time in a child’s life and we eagerly welcome our future Kindergarten students.

If your child will be age 5 on or before October 1, we ask that you complete and print the required registration forms. You may access these forms by clicking on the Registration Documentation link on The School District of the Chathams website, (www.chatham-nj.org/kreg). The completed registration forms and the state required documentation must be presented at the time of your registration appointment. To assist you in this process, please refer to the checklist below.

Registration will take place from January 2 to January 12, 2018. To schedule a registration appointment, contact Sally Moreno, District Registrar, at 973-457-2560. Appointments will take place at the Board of Education offices at 58 Meyersville Road Chatham, NJ 07928. Individual appointments will be scheduled in fifteen minute increments, so please arrive promptly.

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During your registration appointment, you will be informed of the school that your child will attend in September and schedule an appointment for the school nurse.

Registration Documentation

Your child’s registration cannot be completed without the following:

                Registration Forms (to be completed)

•             School District of the Chathams Registration Form

•             Instructional Support Form

•             Session Preference Form

•             Get Acquainted Form

State Required Documentation (to be provided by parent or guardian)

•             Immunization Records or a Letter of exemption

•             Proof of Residency (any of the following will apply)

•             Property lease/property deed

                or

•             (2) utility bills

                or

•             (1) utility bill and a driver’s license

 

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