Registration Information

  • We are so happy you have decided to enroll your child in the Marion Central School District!

     

    Marion Central School operates with a central registration system.  

    If you wish to register as a new student, please call Ashley Tack at the district office at 315-926-2300 ext. 1205 for an appointment.  

     

    Required Documents

    Evidence of Age (Birth Certificate, Passport, or Record of Baptism giving Date of Birth)

    • If you don't have a Birth Certificate, baptismal record, or passport, you can use other documents if you've had them for at least two years, such as:
      • Driver's license
      • State or government ID
      • School photo ID with date of birth
      • Consultate ID card
      • Hospital or health records
      • Military dependent ID card
      • Other documents from federal/state/local agencies *examples: Department of Social Services, Office of Refugee Resettlement*
      • Court orders
      • Native American tribal document
      • Records from international aid agencies or voluntary agencies

    IEP's / 504 Plan

    Child's Immunization Record Signed by Health Care Professional (Physical print out by the physician accepted)

    Proof of Residence (see registration packet cover sheet for more information)

    Any Legal Documentation Regarding Custody 

    DSS 2999 for Foster Children

    Parent/Guardian ID (Photo ID such as Driver's License, Passport, etc.)

     

     

    With the exception of agreements between Marion Central School District and another school district, the Board prohibits the attendance of non-resident students.

     

    The residence of children dwelling within the District boundaries shall be established in a manner consistent with State Law and the Regulations of the Commissioner.  The Superintendent shall determine whether a child is entitled to attend a District school. Any adverse residency decision by the Superintendent, shall include written notice to the parent/person in parental relation regarding reasons supporting the decision. 

      

    A child's residence is usually determined by the residence of the custodial parent.  However, a noncustodial parent who resides in the District may enroll his/her child in a District school if he/she shares the day-to-day responsibilities for the child and the custodial parent designates the child's residence with the noncustodial parent.

     

    (BOE Policies 7130 & 7132)

     

    Linked is Registration Packet

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