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Enrolling in Central HS

 

As a public school system, the Central schools welcome all students who live within the boundaries of the Central Independent School District and meet state age and health requirements. Students moving into the district during the summer may call their school to register before the start of the school year. Students who move into the district during the school year should make an appointment to enroll. A student is required to attend school in the attendance zone in which the family resides.

The natural parent, legal guardian or other person having legal control under a court order must enroll a student. The person enrolling the student must present their driver's license or department of transportation identification card at the time of registration. A student 18 or more years of age living independently must present evidence of age and complete the necessary forms prior to enrolling at the school.

If a family has not yet moved into the school district but is building or purchasing a home within the district boundaries, proper documentation must be completed and the contract for purchase must be submitted to the office prior to enrolling.

Records necessary to enroll are:

  • Birth Certificate or Passport
  • Current Immunization Record Signed by a Physician
  • Proof of Residency in Central ISD (natural gas or electricity bill, original lease agreement, or approved Certificate of Eligibility to Enroll form)
  • Most Recent Report Card/Withdrawal Slip from Previous School
  • Social Security Card (if available; if not, the student will be assigned a State ID number)
  • High School Transcript (if applicable)
  • Parent's Drivers License or Texas Department of Transportation ID card or Guardian Information Form and Guardian’s Drivers License or Texas Department of Transportation ID card (if parent or guardian is not a licensed driver in Texas nor has the person obtained a TXDOT ID card, other photo ID will be considered in combination with a birth certificate)


Immunization Requirements
Texas State Law and Plano School Board Policy state that all required immunizations be physician or Health Department verified.

POLIO:

  1. Series of three (through age 17)
  2. One must have been since the fourth birthday. (May be within the month prior to or of the 4th birthday)

D.P.T./DT:

  1. Series of four (as of 8-1-96) Seven years and older require series of three.
  2. One must have been since the fourth birthday. (May be within the month prior to or of the 4th birthday)
  3. Booster required every 10 years
  4. DTaP will satisfy all DTP immunization requirements at all ages.

RUBEOLA (Measles):

  1. Two doses of measles vaccine are required for all students age 5 years and older who were born on or after September 2,1991.
  2. First dose must be on or after 1st birthday
  3. Proof of immunity or booster dose required by age 12 for all other students.
  4. ONLY serologic confirmation of measles disease will be acceptable in lieu of vaccine.

RUBELLA (German Measles):

  1. One dose of vaccine required on or after first birthday for all students
  2. ONLY serologic confirmation of immunity will be acceptable in lieu of vaccine.

MUMPS:

  1. One dose vaccine on or after first birthday for all students.
  2. ONLY serologic confirmation of mumps illness will be acceptable in lieu of vaccine.

HIB:

  1. One dose of vaccine is required for children 15 months through 4 years unless a schedule for a primary series and a booster was completed by 15 months of age.

HEPATITIS B:

  1. Three doses are required for all students age 5 yrs. and older who are born on or after September 1, 1992.
  2. Three doses are required for all students born on or after September 2, 1988, but before September 1, 1992, by their 12th birthday or
  3. Serologic confirmation of immunity or serologic evidence of infection.

VARICELLA (Chicken Pox):

  1. One dose on or after 1st birthday for children born on or after Sept 1, 1994
  2. Children born on or after Sept 2, 1988, and before Sept 1, 1994, will be required to have one dose at time of their 12th birthday.
  3. Parent or physician validated history of illness or
  4. Serologic confirmation of immunity.
  5. If first dose is given after age 13, two (2) doses are required.
    See also, information on this Web site about bacterial meningitis.

MEDICAL CONTRAINDICATIONS: An affidavit or certificate signed by a licensed physician stating the required immunization would be injurious to the health and well being of the student or a member of his/her household. (Medical contraindications have a one year limit unless the physician specifies a lifetime condition.)

RELIGIOUS EXEMPTION: A notarized affidavit stating the conflicts. (This exemption does not apply in times of emergency or declared epidemic.)

 

 


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