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LAST CHANCE For Re-Registration for Current 6th and 10th Graders

Nutley Public Schools to Hold a LAST CHANCE FOR Mandatory Re-Registration of Current 6th and 10th Grade Students

In an effort to ensure that the Nutley Public School District is providing a free education only to those students domiciled in the township of Nutley, the Nutley Board of Education will be holding a mandatory re-registration of all current 6th and 10th grade students. Parents of students must provide the District with current proof that they permanently reside at a Nutley Township address. Only 6th and 10th grade students who enrolled in the district after January 1, 2018 are exempt from re- registering.

The last chance for mandatory re-registration will be held on:
Tuesday and Wednesday, June 12 and 13  4:00pm to 8:00pm in Walker Middle School Gym (use gym entrance)

The following documents are required to re-register your student.
Homeowners: Must provide a mortgage statement, tax bill or deed plus (3) forms of Supporting

Residency Documents (see below)

Renters: Must provide their lease and notarized Landlord Statement plus (3) forms of Supporting Residency Documents (see below) Please note that the Landlord Statement form is available on the District website at http://www.nutleyschools.org/District/Links-Forms.

Supporting Residency Documents: Any (3) items as listed below:
Phone Bill * Water Bill * Cable Bill * Credit Card Bill * Insurance Bill * PSE&G Bill * NJ Driver’s License With Current Address * Bank Statement * Paycheck/Stub

No appointment is necessary to re-register. Students that are not re-registered will be ineligible to attend the Nutley Public Schools for the 2018-2019 school year. Those found not to be in residence will be disenrolled and may be pursued for tuition fees. Thank you for your anticipated cooperation. Please contact the Registration Office at 973-320-8494 with any questions.





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