Pascagoula School District sets registration

June 27, 2014 

Online registration for the 2014-2015 school year for parents of children currently enrolled in the Pascagoula School District begins Monday, July 7.

A snapcode identification number is needed. Parents of returning students will be mailed a letter with online registration instructions and a snapcode identification number by July 7. Those who have not received a snapcode number may call the Department of Student Services at 938-6500, 938-6502 or 938-6491 for elementary students or call the child's middle or high school for secondary students.  

District-wide registration is set for 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. July 17, and 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. July 18, for all returning and new students to the Pascagoula School District. Mandatory residency and online registration verification at each school campus will also take place.

All returning 5th-6th grade academy, middle and high school students may register at their respective schools. All returning kindergarten through fourth grade students may also register at their respective schools if residency has not changed since the previous school year. All new students to the district, kindergarten through 12th grade, or any returning students who have changed residency during the summer must register at the Pascagoula School District's central office located at 1006 Communy Ave., Pascagoula.

Parents should bring photo identification and student's birth certificate to registration as well as two proofs of residency. Proofs of residency must be: complete lease for all apartment/Section 8 housing listing the parent's name, or utility bills dated in the last 30 days.

All living with forms must be accompanied by the person whom the family is living with, photo identification and one proof of residency. Guardians must present court documents before registration.

Details: 938-6500

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