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Cambridge Elementary School

Registration for New K-6 Student


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A BIRTH CERTIFICATE IS REQUIRED. IF YOU CANNOT UPLOAD ONE TODAY, YOU WILL NEED TO DELIVER ONE TO SCHOOL BEFORE YOUR CHILD CAN START ATTENDING.​
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Act 166: Universal Prekindergarten Tuition Request Form 2021-2022 School Year

Children must be 3, 4, or 5 years of age on or before September 1st. The child may remain enrolled at age 6, however, access to Act 166 Tuition will cease at the child's birthday. Children enrolled in Act 166 may not also be enrolled in Kindergarten. Please note that several other forms are required for a complete application packet.

Barre Unified Union School DistrictCentral Vermont Supervisory Union
Harwood Unified Union School DistrictLamoille South Unified Union
Lamoille North Supervisory UnionMontpelier Roxbury School District
Orange Southwest School DistrictOrleans Southwest Supervisory Union
Washington Central Unified Union SchoolWhite River Valley Supervisory Union
Schools will provide up to $3,536.00 per school year to one pre qualified private prekindergarten provider if the child's registration is complete before the start of the school year. I understand that my child's tuition will be prorated based on the date that I fully complete registration and/or update the information if my child was enrolled last year. (10 hours per week for 35 weeks).​​​
I understand it is my responsibility to notify the Supervisory Union/Supervisory District if we move or if my child stops attending pre-kindergarten or changes programs.​​

Residency

The Lamoille Union School Board is responsible for ensuring the education of pupils who are residents in the Lamoille North Supervisory Union School District. This is comprised of the following towns: Belvidere, Cambridge, Eden, Hyde Park, Johnson and Waterville. In addition, the Board has a responsibility to the taxpayers of this District to be sure that the District is only educating those students whose parents, legal guardians or custodians live in this District, or who meet the legal exceptions to the residency requirement. (example: towns such as Wolcott, where the local District does not include middle or high schools, and students may attend middle and high schools in neighboring districts, tuitioned by their home district) State law allows the district to refuse to accept or to dismiss students who are not legal residents of the district.

In order to determine whether a student is a legal resident as defined by Vermont law, the District must require proof of residency for new students as described below. An exception is if you are homeless and live in any of the following situations: in a shelter, motel, vehicle or campground; on the street; in an abandoned building, trailer or other inadequate accommodations, or doubled up with friends or relatives because you cannot find or afford housing. Contact your school principal and ask about the McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Assistance Act.

Parents, legal guardians or custodians of students must provide proof of primary residency in one of our six towns to the school when enrolling a new student for the first time, when re-enrolling after withdrawal, or if a student’s residency is questionable by providing one of the following:

  • Current tax bill with parent/legal guardian’s name and address (monetary information blacked out)
  • Current mortgage papers or closing statement showing parent/legal guardian’s name and address
  • Formal rental agreement showing name, address and telephone number of the landlord and parent/guardian as renter
  • A notarized letter from the landlord stating the address of the residence being leased and the name(s) of the lessee(s), along with the landlord’s address and telephone number.In some cases where residency is questionable, the District may also require completion and notarization of the “Affidavit Concerning Pupil Residency”.
EXCEPT FOR HOMELESSNESS, RESIDENCY DOCUMENTATION IS REQUIRED. IF YOU CANNOT UPLOAD ONE TODAY, YOU WILL NEED TO DELIVER ONE OF THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTS TO SCHOOL BEFORE YOUR CHILD CAN START ATTENDING. -Current tax bill with parent/legal guardian’s name and address (monetary information blacked out) - Current mortgage papers or closing statement showing parent/legal guardian’s name and address - Formal rental agreement showing name, address and telephone number of the landlord and parent/guardian as renter - A notarized letter from the landlord stating the address of the residence being leased and the name(s) of the lessee(s), along with the landlord’s address and telephone number - If homeless, contact Jen Hulse at jhulse@lnsd.org.​​
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Emergency Contact 1


Emergency Contact 2


Authorized Signature

Please Note:

After this form is submitted, you will receive and immediate automated acknowledgement. After it is processed further by our registrar and your parent portal is created, you will receive an email message containing a username and password to login into our student information system and complete the remaining forms.

All forms need to be filled out before the registration is considered complete.

A new student cannot begin to attend classes until the receiving school has received verification of residency, medical records, and (if applicable) special education records, and verification of custody as described below.



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