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Beverly Shores Elementary Registration Requirements

Welcome to Beverly Shores Elementary!  Parent(s)/Guardian(s) we are very pleased to have you and your student(s) join our Shores Family.  In order for this induction to be made possible, we will need the following documents for each student you wish to enroll:
 
Pre-K/VPK:
 
*Child eligibility and enrollment certificate (from the Early Learning Coalition)
*Birth Certificate
*Physical (must be within the last year of registration date)
*Shot record
*Proof of address (one of the following):
   -lease agreement with current physical address
   -rent receipt with current physical address (within 30 days of start date 8/10/16)
   -Bill of sale or deed for house
   -Utility deposit receipt with current physical address
   -Utility bill with current physical address 
   -Post office boxes are not accepted
 
Kindergarten-5th
   *Birth Certificate
   *Physical (must be within the last year of registration date)
   *Shot record
   *Proof of address
      -In determining the parent(s)/guardian(s)/custodian(s) domicile and hence the child's domicile, the District shall require that a parent/custodian/guardian enrolling a student(s) must present evidence that the student resides in the school's designated zone.  A VALID FL DRIVER's LICENSE/ID with curren physical address or a Florida Voter's Registration Card with the current physical address and any 2 of the following documents would provide acceptable evidence of residency: 
 
   
   -lease agreement with current physical address
   -rent receipt with current physical address (within 30 days of start date 8/10/16)
   -Bill of sale or deed for house
   -Utility deposit receipt with current physical address
   -Utility bill with current physical address 
   -Post office boxes are not accepted
 
If the aforementioned documents are addressed to a person other than the legal parent/custodian/guardian of the student(s), such as a step-parent, other relative, friend, landlord, etc.  There must be acceptable evidence from the addressee indicating that the family and student are living there.  In addition to the previously mentioned evidence required from above, there must be a notarized statement from the addressee (relative, friend, landlord, etc.) indicating how long the parent/guardian/caretaker and the child have maintained their residence at that location and that the student is currently living at the domicile.
 
If none of the above can be produced, the school principal with guidance from the Office of Administration will make residency determination.