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Registration -General

 

Registration - General Requirements  FD(Local)

 

Enrollment Documents

The following documents are required upon time of enrollment on campus:

  • Proof of residence (see "Residency Requirements" below)
  • Official birth certificate or passport
  • Social Security Card for your child (if SSN provided)
  • Government-issued Identification Card of the person registering the child.
  • Proof of immunizations (see Immunization Requirements" below)
  • Report card or transcript from the school most recently attended, including 8th-grade records if enrolling in high school. 
  • Enrollment Authorization Form – use when a parent cannot come to enroll the student and is sending someone else in his/her place

 

Residency Requirements

At the time of registration, parents must bring proof of residence dated within the past 30 days, showing the parent/guardian's name and street address.  A recent utility bill (electric, water, or gas), a house or apartment lease agreement, or an earnest money or purchase contract and a letter from a mortgage company indicating loan approval or proof from the home builder/realtor of cash payment verification.  

Notice: It is a felony to falsify residency information for enrollment purposes (Texas State Penal Code, Section 27.10).

--Residency Scenarios and Needed Documentation

 

Immunization Requirements

Proof of immunization must also be provided during registration. Student immunizations must be as up-to-date as medically feasible and must be certified by a doctor or public health official. A student will not be allowed to attend class if immunization records are not presented at enrollment. A full list of required immunizations, including information about provisional enrollment, can be downloaded from the Health Services Department. For more information, contact the Mullin ISD Nurse at (855) 467-0030.

Mullin ISD follows the Texas Department of State Health Services recommendation for immunization compliance in order for a student to attend school. The law requires that all students be up-to-date as medically feasible in order to attend classes. The immunization vaccine requirements for each grade level are listed on the Mullin ISD website. Exemptions to the immunization requirements are allowable on an individual basis for medical contraindications, reasons of conscience-including religious belief, and active duty with the armed forces of the United States. For further information visit the Texas Department of State Health Services website.

 

Transportation
For transportation information, call:

  • Justin Hopkins  |  Transportation Director:  (855) 467-0030  |  jhopkins@mullinisd.net