Accepted Documents of Student Identity
The person enrolling a student (except homeless students) in the
school for the first time will be asked to produce one (1) of the
- A certified copy of the child's birth certificate.
- Other reliable proof of the student's identity and age,
including the student's baptismal certificate, an application for a
Social Security number, or original school registration records,
and an affidavit explaining the inability to provide a
copy of the birth certificate.
- A letter from the authorized representative of an agency having
custody of the student (pursuant to statute) certifying that the
student has been placed in the custody of the agency as prescribed
The parent, guardian, or surrogate will be given thirty (30)
days to provide documentation requested as listed above. If
documentation is not provided, a letter will be sent to notify the
parent, guardian or surrogate that unless the documentation is
provided within ten (10) days, the local law enforcement agency
will be notified.
Nothing contained in the policy shall authorize the school to
disclose to any person a student's educational record without prior
parental consent unless the school makes a determination that
disclosure of such records is necessary to protect the health and
safety of the student.