District-wide school registration for students who are new to the district or attending a different district school than last year began on Tuesday, August 24 at the new school to be attended.
Individual schools may also register students at other times between Aug. 24 and Sept. 7, the first day of school.
Children must be registered by a parent. Items to bring to registration include proof of residency such as a utility bill; rental agreement; mortgage document; or military housing orders, and evidence that the child has been immunized against polio; measles, mumps and rubella (MMR); diptheria; whooping cough; and tetanus; or provide a permanent medical exemption or personal beliefs exemption.
Students attending school in California for the first time must also provide proof of immunization against chickenpox or proof of having had the illness.
Parents of kindergartners and first-graders new to the district or attendance area must also provide a copy of a birth certificate, baptismal certificate or passport and evidence of vaccination against hepatitis B and chickenpox. All first grade students, whether new or continuing, must also provide evidence of a recent physical examination within 91 days of the start of school.
All new and continuing seventh graders must provide evidence of vaccination against hepatitis B and a second MMR vaccination, either at registration for new students or on the first day of school for continuing students. Students will not be allowed to attend class without all required proofs of immunization under the district’s No Shots-No School Policy.
Parents can find out which school is in their neighborhood by calling the district’s Boundaries Office at (619)725-5668 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday thru Friday, or online at www.sandi.net under “For Parents.”
Information regarding immunization requirements and availability of vaccinations can be obtained by calling the school nurse or the district’s Health Services at (858)627-7580 from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday thru Friday.
Serving more than 138,000 students, San Diego City Schools is the second largest school district in California, with approximately 200 educational facilities and more than 14,500 full-time equivalent positions (representing more than 18,8000 employees). SDCS is improving student achievement through a focus on basic education skills in reading, writing and mathematics. The district is committed to supporting schools and enhancing the classroom learning environment through modernized facilities and resources and through parent, teacher and community involvement in the educational process.