Saturday, April 29, 2017
A mandatory enrollment workshop will be held on Saturday, April 22, 2017 for all new students and their parents. Letters will be mailed to each parent with a prescribed appointment time, along with paperwork that must be reviewed, completed, and returned to the school on April 22nd. Due to the number of new students enrolling, we have no flexibility in scheduling; therefore parents and students must arrive on time for their scheduled appointment. Anticipate the process lasting approximately 90 minutes. The purpose of the workshop is to provide parents with important information regarding school, finalize student enrollment, and perform preliminary academic and school readiness assessments. Students whose parents fail to participate in a parent workshop will not be guaranteed enrollment and will lose any preference in enrollment. There will be no exceptions.
Parents must bring the following completed paperwork with them for their appointment. Note: It is imperative that the paperwork that is mailed to you is reviewed and completed prior to coming to the school on April 22nd.
Duplicate copies of many of these blank forms are available for you to download and print in Adobe PDF format, using the links on the right side of this page.
Acceptable documents to establish residency include a deed, residential lease, utility bills (natural gas, electricity, land-line telephone), mortgage statement, or real estate tax bill. Utility bills, mortgage statements or real estate tax bills must be dated within 60 days of being presented. The documents must clearly identify the physical address in which the student/parent resides and must match the pre-enrollment documentation provided to the school. The physical address where the student resides on the Pre-Enrollment Form used in the application process must match the Student Enrollment Notification Form presented during registration, and must be corroborated with acceptable documentation establishing proof of residency. If this cannot occur, students will not be guaranteed enrollment and will lose any preference in enrollment. In the event a parent fails to bring the required documentation to the workshop that is acceptable to the School, parents will be afforded another opportunity to complete the registration process by personally delivering the missing documents to the School’s Main Office prior to 3:00 p.m. on Wednesday, April 26, 2017. The registration process is not considered finalized until all paperwork is completed accurately and in its entirety, along with the appropriate supporting documentation, and returned to the school and deemed acceptable by the School. Failure to do so will result in the student not being guaranteed enrollment and losing any preference in enrollment.
Complete and current immunization records, or appropriate documentation to support an exemption, must be submitted to the school at the enrollment workshop on April 22nd. In the event a parent fails to bring the required immunization documentation to the workshop that is acceptable to the School, parents will be afforded another opportunity to do so by personally delivering the missing documents to the School's Main Office prior to 3:00 p.m. on Friday, June 30, 2017. The registration process is not considered finalized until all paperwork is completed accurately and in its entirety, including immunization documentation, and returned to the school and deemed acceptable by the School. Failure to do so will result in the student not being guaranteed enrollment and losing any preference in enrollment.
Upon arriving, you will be greeted in the School Commons and asked to provide your child’s birth certificate and proof of residency, so it can be copied. Incoming students will meet independently with classroom teachers and our guidance counselor for screening assessment, while parents will then be directed to the gymnasium where you will visit three stations:
After visiting each of the three stations, parents will be directed to the School Commons to participate in a brief presentation regarding kindergarten readiness and school expectations, and will also hear from representatives of the PTO regarding parental involvement.
Parents will then be reunited with students, concluding their appointment.
Bear Creek Community Charter School is an equal opportunity educational institution.