"The vision of the Tishomingo County School District is to educate students to be committed learners who meet all challenges and endeavor to be the best they can be."
1620 Paul Edmondson Drive
Iuka, MS 38852
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To Parents of All Students Attending School in Tishomingo County School District:
Once again, it is time for our school district to begin the annual process of collecting Proofs of Residency for our students for the 2016-17 school year. This requirement is mandated by the Office of the State Auditor, and these documents must be on file before your child is officially enrolled in our district.
The information required is to prove that each student physically resides full time, weekday/nights and weekends, at the place of abode located within the limits of the school district. Please notice the requirements below and keep in mind that the proofs must be current. This means that a utility bill must be within 30 days of the date you present and sign the compliance document at your child’s school. Other documents must be the latest available. Example: Drivers license and auto registration must be current. All proofs must contain your physical address and date of proof.
Listed below are items that will be accepted as proof:
- Apartment or Home Lease (handwritten rent receipt must be notarized)
- Current Automobile Registration
- Current Document from Government Agency proving residency in our district (DHS, Social Security)
- Current Utility Bills: Water, Garbage, Electric, TV, Phone (no cell phone-must be landline or internet service)
- Driver’s License or Firearms Permit (Only one can be accepted)
- Homeowners’ Insurance
- Mortgage Documents or Property Tax Receipt
Every student in Tishomingo County School District must provide 2 new proofs of residency before the 2016-2017 school year begins. These may be presented at pre-registration (Open House), or brought to the school office during the summer.
This notice is to also remind parents that all students entering 7th grade must present an updated Immunization Compliance Form that includes the new TDAP required by the Mississippi Department of Health.
Students will not be given a schedule or assigned a homeroom teacher until his/her enrollment records are complete and current.
If you have any questions, please contact the principal’s office at your child’s school.
Your cooperation in the matter is greatly appreciated.
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