Madison Kindergarten and First Grade Registration Now Open


MADISON, NJ - Children whose parent(s)/guardian(s) live in Madison and who will be five years old on or before October 1, 2017 are eligible to register for Kindergarten (half day sessions) beginning in January. Children entering into the first grade can also register for the 2017-2018 school year. The Madison Board of Education has a two-step procedure for enrolling students (1) Residency (2) Registration.

Parents are asked to complete residency and registration forms prior to their appointments. The forms and required documentation are available on the Madison Public Schools website at under the Residency and Registration tab at the top of the main webpage.


Step One (residency): Establish residency and registration at the school your child will be attending. Please call 973-593-3101 ext. 3102 in order to make an appointment for residency.

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Monday, January 16, 2017

Central Avenue School

50 Central Avenue, Madison, NJ

Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Kings Road School

215 Kings Road, Madison, NJ




Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Central Avenue School

50 Central Avenue, Madison, NJ

Thursday, January 19, 2017

Torey J. Sabatini School

Glenwild Circle, Madison, NJ





The following items must be brought to the residency appointment:

I. Required Residency forms:

o  Cancelled rent check for the current period

❑ Certificate of Residency form


❑ Standard Residency/Registration form 100

IV. Two of the following:

❑ Child’s original birth certificate

(Current date and Madison address)





❑ PSEG/Water/Electric or utility bill

II. One of the following:

❑ Phone/television/cable bill

(Valid ID w/name & current Madison address)

❑ NJ vehicle registration

❑ NJ Driver’s License

❑ NJ voter registration

❑ Morris County or NJ State Valid ID

❑ Bank statement





❑ Other ___________________

❑ Other proof(s) as permitted by NJSA 18 et. seq.






III. One of the following:

V. Proof of Custody:

❑ Deed of home

❑ Divorce decree or Notarized statement from both

❑ Mortgage Statement

parents regarding custody

❑ Closing statement

❑ Married to child’s mother/father

❑ Other ____________________

❑ Other: ________________________

❑ Lease (with expiration date)



Lease end date: _____________



Owner/Landlord Affidavit



Step Two (registration): Once residency is successfully established parent(s)/guardian(s) will complete registration with the school’s secretary.


The following items must be brought to the registration appointment:

  • Completed & signed residency form (obtained after successfully completing step one)

  • Standard Registration form pages 1 & 2 for each child

  • Child’s original birth certificate. For kindergarteners showing that he/she is five years old on or before October 1, 2017.

  • Immunization records for the following (Required Universal Health & Dental Records can be found on our website): o Measles, Mumps, Rubella, DPT, Polio (including one dose of DPT and Polio vaccine on or after the child’s fourth birthday), Varicella, Hepatitis B and HIB vaccinations.

Parent(s)/Guardian(s) can enroll their child(ren) in the Kindergarten Wrap Around Program during the residency process (step one). For information about the Kindergarten Wrap Around Program, parent(s)/guardian(s) can visit the main website at and click on the Kindergarten Wrap Around Information link. Completed Kindergarten Wrap Around Program registration forms & registration fee will be accepted during the appointment for residency.

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