Resources: School Enrollment

School Enrollment

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School Enrollment

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  • The Pennsylvania Department of Health’s immunization regulations require parents or guardians of students enrolled in grades K-12 to have their children immunized against various diseases in order to protect the health and safety of all students. ELC has compiled a fact sheet to help families navigate these requirements.

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  • This step-by-step fact sheet can help older youth enroll themselves in school quickly. It also provides contact information and the necessary forms for school enrollment.

     

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  • The Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE) has developed an enrollment complaint process to investigate whether a school district has illegally determined that a student is not a resident of the school district or is not otherwise entitled to attend school in the district. This process applies to all public schools, including charter schools and cyber charter schools.

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  • Children who are homeless have special rights which are guaranteed by a federal law called the McKinney-Vento Act. They can usually stay in the same school if they move, they can start school without records, and more.

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  • A child is living with someone other than their parent, has a right to attend public school where he or she lives if certain conditions are met.

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  • ELC’s step-by-step public school enrollment guide.

    Note: A child can be enrolled by a parent, foster parent, guardian, caseworker or anyone having charge or care of the child.

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School Enrollment

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