ELMSFORD, N.Y. – The Elmsford Union Free School District is asking parents to register their students in the district and provide proof of residency as part of a districtwide re-registration effort that began last year.
The move is intended to ensure that only Elmsford residents are in the school system before school starts in September. Officials say more than 70 percent of families have already completed the re-registration process.
School officials previously found nearly two dozen students were living outside the school's boundary lines, which prompted a new district enrollment plan.
Families who have not yet re-registered their children can register any day that school is open between now and May 31. Families should bring a valid photo ID, student's proof of birth, three valid proofs of residency and a district registration form to Room 103 at Alexander Hamilton High School between 9 and 11 a.m. and 1 and 3 p.m.
A special registration day will also be held May 4 from 9 a.m. to noon in the Alexander High School library.
Students who are not re-registered may not be permitted to remain in the district. Parents who don't intend to re-register their students should call the registration office at 914-592-3758.
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