New Student Registration for 2021-2022 School Year

Last Updated: 4/29/2022 11:21 PM

Welcome to Wyoming City Schools! We look forward to you and your child(ren) being a part of the Wyoming School Community. To be eligible for enrollment, you must reside within the school district boundaries and demonstrate proof of residence as outlined in the online registration process.

 Registration will be completed in two steps:

  • The first step is the completion of forms on our online registration site. 

  • The second step is a registration meeting to provide required documentation.

Please feel free to contact Administrative Assistant Christy Gronas at 513-206-7016 or via email at gronascm@wyomingcityschools.org should you have any questions about the process or required documentation. 

New Student Registration for 2021-2022 School Year:  Only those students who have turned five (5) or will turn five (5) on or before September 30, 2021 are eligible to begin kindergarten in August 2021. Please follow the steps below to begin the online enrollment process.

1. Complete Online Registration Forms for the 2021-2022 School Year: The online forms can be completed by visiting the link below:

https://cas.wyomingcityschools.org/cas_WyomingCity/login

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2. Schedule Registration Meeting: Please contact Christy Gronas to schedule an appointment to complete the registration process. Appointments are required.

If you do not have access to a computer to complete the online portion of the forms, please contact Christy Gronas at 513-206-7016 for an appointment.

Attend your registration appointment and bring the documentation outlined below:

  • Child's birth certificate - How to obtain copy of child’s birth certificate

  • Child's immunization record

  • Parental proof of identity (valid photo ID or passport)

  • Proof of address/residency within Wyoming City School District* 

  • Court-ordered guardianship papers, if the student resides with someone other than a biological parent

  • Custody agreement/court order, if parents are separated or divorced

  • IEP (Individual Education Program) and/or 504 documentation, if applicable        

*Proof of address/residency: Residency is determined by the following: being physically present in a household for significant periods of time; where important family activities take place each day, including sleeping, eating, working, relaxing and playing; where the parent receives mail or where the parent is registered to vote, if applicable. Proof of residency shall be required for all newly enrolled students and any student whose address changes. Please bring a gas, electric, or water statement dated within the last 30 days (we cannot take a cable bill) and one document from the list below to prove address and residency:

  • Homeowner Deed (or a printout from Hamilton County Auditor's website)

  • Mortgage Statement (dated within the previous 60 days and addressed to parent/guardian at the residence

  • Settlement Sheet that provides the property address and the name(s) or the mortgagee(s)/property owner(s)

  • Rental Agreement signed by both landlord and tenant with landlord's contact information

  • Parent Residency & Property Owner Affidavits with the required proof of residency documents for those who are living with another person or on a month-to-month lease agreement. Affidavits must be updated on an annual basis:

Affidavit F - Personal Affidavit

Affidavit G - Property Owner/Landlord Affidavit

  • For those with a home under purchase agreement or a home under construction:

A sworn statement to the Superintendent from the parent(s) who is planning to purchase or build a home and a statement from the real estate broker (a copy of the purchase contract) or home builder confirming approval of purchase or construction. Tuition-free attendance up to 90 calendar days may be granted with the permission of the Superintendent.