The Registration Office is Responsible for:
Residency and Custody Issues
- Demographic Updates
- Annual School Census
Registering a New Student
Please use the Online Registration Link to begin the process of registering a student who is new to the district or for a student without other siblings already registered in the district. PLEASE NOTE: registration cannot be done on a cellphone. While most of the documents can be completed online, a few of the documents must be submitted in person. Once the information has been submitted online, the Registrar will contact you to schedule a 15-minute appointment to bring in the required documents (listed below). If you have not heard from the Registrar within 48 hours of your online submission, please call.
In order to register a child for school, the biological parent or court-appointed legal guardian must have legal residence in the Churchville-Chili District. It is illegal for children to attend school where the parent/legal guardian does not reside. A parent/guardian's photo ID is required to complete registration.
Hard copies of the following documents are necessary for registration of a new student and must accompany the registration documents:
- Original Birth Certificate (we will make a copy)
- Immunization Record
- Proof of Residency
- Parent/Guardian Photo ID (example: driver's license- original must be presented - not a photo)
- Custody/Guardianship Legal Documents (if applicable)
IMPORTANT NOTE: your registration is not complete until the registration and all documentation has been approved by the District Registrar.
Children who will be 5 years old on or before December 1, of that calendar year, are eligible to enroll in kindergarten. To begin the kindergarten registration process for a student new to the district, please use Online Registration Link. Kindergarten Registration for the 2023-24 school year will begin on February 20, 2023. When registering for the following school year please select the year the student will be attending.
Moved Within the District
If you have recently moved within the district, you will need to contact the Registration Office to change your student’s information. You will need to fill out a change of address form and provide the Registrar with proof of residency (as explained above).
Throughout the course of the school year, there may be opportunity to publicize student accomplishments. This may occur in the form of photographs or videos with names and a written summary in the district or building newsletters, website, social media platforms, television, radio or local newspapers. In order to exclude your child from participating, please submit a letter to the principal in your child(ren)’s building.
(585) 293-1800 ext. 2041
The Registration Office is open:
8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Please Note: If you are unable to complete an online registration, please call (585) 293-1800 ext. 2290 to schedule a time to pick-up a registration packet for completion.