Please click here to read a letter from Principal John Althouse regarding the upcoming Keystone Exams.
Keystone Exams Information for Parents and Guardians
Information from the Pennsylvania Department of Education
Student Registration 2013-2014:
Describes the process for enrolling your child in the Governor Mifflin School District
Online Registration - 2013-14 - English
Online Registration - 2013-14 - Español
Student Registration 2012-2013
Parents and guardians who wish to enroll their child in the Governor Mifflin School District should contact the registrar, Mrs. Lisa Negri (610-775-1461, ext. 1105) to schedule an appointment. The required enrollment packets are available at the Education Center, located at 10 S. Waverly Street, Shillington, PA 19607.
In addition to the forms contained in the enrollment packet, the following documents are also required for your appointment:
1. Proof of Residency
If you own your property:
Agreement of Sale (recently purchased a home in our district); deed; property tax bill or mortgage statement
Utility bill and driver's license - must be current
If you lease your property:
Lease Agreement - must be current and signed by landlord and tenant
If you live with family or friends:
Residency Affidavit - must be notarized
2. Proof of Identity
Original or copy of birth certificate - If parent names are not on birth certificate, a physician's letter stating parent's names/child's name and date of birth or United States Passport or Income Tax form that you claimed the child will be accepted.
3. Health Information
Complete Immunization History
4. Proof of Custody (if applicable)
Child Custody Form - included in packet
Court Ordered Custody Agreement - signed by judge
Notarized Letter from non-custodial - must be signed and notarized, stating non-custodial parent is aware child is living with other parent in our district and approves of the child attending Governor Mifflin School District
5. Other Forms
Last report card and/or unofficial transcripts. Unofficial transcripts for middle and high school students.
6. Special Education (if applicable)
Copy of current IEP or ER
7. Foster Placement (if applicable)
Foster Placement Letter from Agency
2012-13 SCHOOL YEAR
Students who are 5 years old as of September 1, 2012, are eligible to register for Kindergarten for the 2012-13 school year. After September 1, 2012, students are eligible for Kindergarten if previously enrolled in a public or state approved private kindergarten program for the 2012-13 school year. Call or email Mrs. Lisa Negri (610-775-1461, ext. 1105) to schedule a registration appointment.
2013-14 SCHOOL YEAR
Students who are 5 years old as of September 1, 2013 are eligible to register for Kindergarten for the 2013-14 school year. Click here to complete the online registration powered by Infosnap. After you submit the online registration, please call or email Mrs. Lisa Negri (610-775-1461, ext. 1105) to schedule an appointment.
Online resource for grades 5-12 to check grades, assignments and attendance
Director of Technology’s suggested sites for safety and learning
Sites that are geared toward helping parents to help their children work online and away from school
Health preparedness website compiled by the Berks County Pandemic Advisory Council, containing useful information for students and families regarding the arrival of a pandemic flu event
Guidelines and downloadable request form with important information about Pennsylvania's Right-To-Know law
EveryDay Math Web Sites:
The National Library of Virtual Manipulatives, from Utah State University, provides a comprehensive overview for grades K-12 in the five math strands, including numbers and operations, algebra, geometry, measurement and data analysis and probability. For quickest reference, click the index button for a full listing of all manipulative links in alphabetical order.
Other Helpful Math Web Sites: