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County schools announces registration plans for new, returning students

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Registration for students who are new to Wilson County Schools is currently open, and the enrollment process for returning students will begin July 21, according to school officials.

Parents with students who are new to Wilson County Schools will need to visit and, under the "Parents" tab, select "New Student Online Enrollment."

"Parents need to follow the steps listed and then attend either of the New Student Registration dates of Thursday, June 4 or Monday, July 20, during normal school hours at the school for which their child is zoned," Attendance Director Stan Moss explained. "Parents are encouraged to bring their two proofs of residency, birth certificate, shot record, Social Security card (requested) and custody papers if necessary."

Due to ongoing construction at Carroll-Oakland Elementary School, parents of students zoned for that school are asked to register their new student at Lebanon High School on Thursday, June 4.

"We will keep parents updated as to where Carroll-Oakland students will register on July 20 based on construction," Moss added.

Returning student registration
For parents of students who attended Wilson County Schools during the 2014-15 school year, Moss said they must visit and update their student's registration information via "Skyward Family Access," which is also located under the "Parents" tab, beginning Tuesday, July 21.
Parents are also asked to visit their students' schools on the following dates to update residency information by providing copies of two new proofs of residency:

Tuesday, July 21 - First, second, eighth and 12th grades

Wednesday, July 22 - Third, fourth, seventh and 11th grades

Thursday, July 23 - Fifth, sixth and 10th grades

Friday, July 24 - Ninth grade

Again citing ongoing construction at Carroll-Oakland Elementary School, Moss said parents of students zoned for the school will receive a "School Messenger call letting them know the location to update their student information and provide two new proofs of residency."

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