Students are to be registered at the school they will attend in September.


   Students registering for Kindergarten must be 5 on or before September 1.
   Students registering for Grade 1 must be 6 on or before September 1.   
  • A parent/guardian must register their child.
  • A copy of the birth certificate or hospital birth registration certificate must be presented at registration.  Name registered for school must match these documents.
  • Child's social security number.
  • Written physician's verification showing dates of all immunizations is required at the time of registration.
  • Parents or guardians must present acceptable documents to prove their residency in the Neshaminy School District.  The following documents will be considered: dated and signed deeds, settlement papers or rental contracts, current tax statements or bill, current utility bill or other legal documents indicating permanent address.  Proof of residency, shall be decided by the principal on the documents submitted.

Proper immunization records are as follows:

·        Four doses of Tetanus and Diphtheria Vaccine with at least one of those doses on or after the child's 4th birthday.

·        Three doses of  Polio Vaccine

·        Two doses of  Measles vaccine 

·        One dose of Rubella Vaccine

·        One dose Mumps Vaccine

·        One dose of Varicella (or verification of chickenpox disease)

·        Three doses of Hepatitis B vaccine.

In accordance with Pennsylvania law, children cannot attend school, unless at least one dose of each antigen is given.

Parents and guardians are encouraged to keep official physician's records of their child's immunizations.  In order to protect the health and well-being of all children, immunizations are required. All of the school districts in Pennsylvania must comply with immunization laws.  Virtually all the states of the United Stated have laws which meet or exceed the Pennsylvania requirements.
SPECIAL NOTES REGARDING IMMUNIZATIONS:  Strict exceptions to the listed immunizations are provided only on medical, religious or moral grounds.  Consult the office of Pupil Services (215-809-6588) or your school nurse for details on procedures for exceptions.

Parents should call the school at 215-809-6340 for further information.

Last Modified on August 9, 2007