Registration dates set for JDC schools
Early registration for the 2020-2021 school year for Jefferson Davis County is June 22-30 and July 8-15.
Registration will be from 11 a.m. until 6:30 p.m. at the Academic Success Center in Carson.
Registration will be completed online, same as last year.
Late registration is August 3-7 and will be completed by appointment only (you must call and schedule an appointment).
Each parent will be emailed/mailed a code needed for registration. Instructions will be included with the code.
All required documentation should be uploaded.
Required documents are: birth certificate, social security card, immunization form T-121 and two current proofs of residency. A TDap will also be required for incoming seventh graders.
Parent(s) or legal guardian(s) of a student seeking to enroll must provide Jefferson Davis County School District with at least two items (must be dated May, June or July 2020) as verification of their address. Documents with a post office box address will not be accepted.
Accepted items are: a filed homestead exemption application form, mortgage documents or property deed, apartment or home lease, utility bills, voter precinct identification, automobile registration, affidavit and/or personal visit by a designated school district official, any other documentation that will objectively and unequivocally establish that the parent or guardian resides within the school district or a certified copy of filed petition for guardianship if pending and final decree when granted.
Once proof of residency is presented, a code will be given in order to complete online registration.
No student is to be enrolled in the Jefferson Davis County School District until any and all questions regarding residence or immunizations have been resolved.
Students suspended or expelled from another school or school district may not be allowed to enroll.
No pupil shall be permanently enrolled in a school in Jefferson Davis County School District who formerly was enrolled in another school within the state or outside the state until the cumulative record of said pupil shall have been received from the school from which he transferred.
Should such record have become lost or destroyed, then it shall be the duty of the superintendent or principal of the school where the pupil last attended school to initiate a new record.
If a code is not received by July 3, please call the student’s school.
For questions or more infomration, please call the Jefferson Davis County School District central office at 601-792-2738.