Neshoba County School District
Pre-K Program Registration
For 2017 – 2018 School Year
The Pre-Kindergarten Program is located at the Neshoba County Parent Resource Center building at Valley View. Students are screened for enrollment by a pre-kindergarten test. The program is designed to serve those children with the most academic/developmental needs. The classes will begin and end to coincide with the regular school term at Neshoba County Schools. Participating students’ parents will be required to provide transportation to and from the center. As other students in the school district, pre-k students will be offered breakfasts and lunches by the Neshoba County School District Food Services.
Anyone having a 4-year old child and wishing for the child to be tested for the pre-K program must come to the Parent Resource Center to register the child between 9:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. on weekdays May 8 – 18, 2017. It is not necessary for your child to be present on the day of registration. If all registration materials are presented by the child’s guardian(s), an appointment will be assigned for your child to be screened for placement.
To register a child for the pre-k screening, guardians must provide:
1. two (2) proofs of residence in Neshoba County School District with the same address
a. filed homestead exemption application form OR current mortgage document or property deed OR current official home/apartment lease agreement with length of lease included
b. valid driver’s license OR voter identification card
c. current utility bill (dated within 60 days) showing the service location (acceptable bills: electricity, gas, water, or landline telephone)
d. automobile registration receipt
e. any other documentation that will objectively and unequivocally establish that the parent or guardian resides within the school district, and in the case of a student living with a legal guardian who is a bona fide resident of the school district. (official government documentation – i.e. current tax year return, social security statement, DHS statement, etc.)
2. the child’s certified birth certificate from Mississippi State Department of Health Vital Records (601-206-8200) (child must be 4 years of age on or before September 1, 2017).
3. the child’s social security card.
4. the child’s MS certificate of immunization compliance form (Form no. 121).
5. CDIB (if applicable).
If you have questions, call the Federal Programs office at 601-656-4484.