Student Registration

NOTICE: The District’s Student Registration forms reflects all NYSED regulations regarding student registration. 
Student Registration 

Registration procedures for new students  

Families are enrolled into our schools starting with the Central Registrar.  The process for enrolling in the Spencerport Central School District starts with the Central Registrar. To begin the registration process, please download the fillable PDF files found below.

The following documents must be completed in their entirety to initiate the registration process:

 

In addition to the files above, the following are required supplemental documentation needed at the time of the appointment to complete the registration process.

checklist
1. Proof of Age and Name
2. Immunization records
3. Health records
4. Verification of residency 
5. Student’s last report card 
6. Copy of your student's IEP or 504 Plan if applicable. 


When you have completed all the forms, parent(s) are asked to call and schedule a brief registration appointment at District Office with the Central Registrar, Kathleen Rodriguez.  Mrs. Rodriguez can be reached by phone at 585-349-5114.  Office hours are 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday through Friday.  No walk-ins, please.
 
 

 
                                                     Address Change?   

Parents are requested to contact Kathleen Rodriguez for information on the process to  follow for a change of address.

  
                                                      K Registration

KINDERGARTEN registration preparation begins in January of each year for children who will be five years of age on or before December 1. The kindergarten registration process is administered by the individual elementary school. Please contact the elementary school appropriate to your address for further information. If you do not know which school to contact, you can call Kathleen Rodriguez, central registrar, at 585-349-5114, or email her at
krodriguez@spencerportschools.org


Question

If you have questions concerning the registration process or documents needed to register your child, please contact the central registrar at 585-349-5114.






Any complaints concerning enrollment and registration can be submitted to the Office of the Attorney General of the State of New York by mail at OAG, 120 Broadway, 23rd Floor, New York, NY 10271, by phone to 212-416-8250, or by email to Civil.Rights@ag.ny.gov


Transportation and Food Service

For information and programs related to Transportation and Food Service, please visit their website.


 

 Certificate of Dual Residency Form