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Enrollment Information

Vandalia-Butler City Schools uses a centralized enrollment process. Enrollment packets are available at the link below or at the Central Enrollment Office, located in the Board of Education Building at 306 S. Dixie Drive, Door #4.

Completed enrollment forms are accepted by appointment. Please call (937) 415-6410 to schedule an appointment or with questions regarding enrollment, residency or custody. kindergarten 

Click here for our Enrollment Packet for all students Kindergarten - grade 12

View the Ohio Department of Health's immunization schedule.

All of the following must be presented at the time of registration:

  • Completed student enrollment forms
    • These forms are available through the Central Enrollment Office.

  • Certified student birth certificate

    • Certified birth certificates can be obtained through the public health department in the city or county where your child was born or by contacting the office of Vital Statistics in the Ohio Department of Health.

  • Photo identification of the parent/custodial parent/legal guardian

    • Photo identification must be a driver’s license or state-issued photo identification.

  • Immunization Record

    • The documentation must include immunizations your child has received or is in the process of receiving.

  • Individualized education plan (IEP) or 504 plan

    • If your child has an IEP or is on a 504 Plan from their previous school, you will need to provide a copy of the IEP or 504 Plan upon enrollment.  Please note that the scheduling of a student, eligible for special education services, may possibly be delayed until or adjusted after the receipt of the most current/valid IEP or 504 Plan.

  • Proof of custody

    • In the event of a legal separation or divorce, the parent who has legal custody must provide a complete copy of the court-ordered custody agreement that indicates the parent is the residential custodial parent of the child for school purposes.

    • If the parent’s last name is different from the student’s, a copy of the marriage certificate or proof of name change must be submitted.

  • Proof of residency

    • If you own/are purchasing your home, documentation can be obtained from the Montgomery County Recorder’s office. Recent purchases may require proof using sale closing documents if the purchase has not been recorded at the time of enrollment.
    • If you are renting, a lease/rental agreement that is signed by tenant and landlord must be presented. The agreement must list renter’s name, rental property address, landlord’s name, address, and telephone number.
    • If you are in the process of building a new home, a sworn statement may be presented to the Superintendent. This statement must be notarized and include the location of the home under construction and state your intent to live there.  A notarized statement from the builder confirming the home is under construction at the indicated location is also required.  The construction period may not exceed 90 days. A final review of the construction site may also be required. 
    • If you are living with another person or subleasing (without a formal lease agreement), you will need the property owner or legal representative to complete a Residency Affidavit (available from the Enrollment Office). This is then subject to review and approval by the district Attendance Administrator.
    • We reserve the right to require additional documentation in the form of a phone, utility, or water bill, etc. as necessary.

 

Getting Ready for Kindergarten

Is your child ready for kindergarten? What will she learn in class? What can you do to help him prepare for the first day? The answers to these questions and more are answered in “Getting Ready for Kindergarten,” a booklet created by Vandalia-Butler City Schools for our kindergarten parents. Whether this is your first kindergartner or your fifth, “Getting Ready for Kindergarten” provides a wealth of information and tips to help you and your child get ready for school.

 

Passport to Safety

Each year the Vandalia-Butler City Schools, in cooperation with the Vandalia and Butler Township Police and Fire Departments, offer a “Passport to Safety” program.  The program is designed to help kindergarteners become better acquainted and familiar with school experience and school safety.

Parents are strongly encouraged to attend the initial meeting where city, township, and school representatives will provide an overview of the program and informative materials will be distributed.

Our Passport to Safety Program will take place during school hours on the following days.

HELKE                 
August 9, 2016         5:30 p.m.  -  7:00 p.m.      Initial Parent Meeting & Bus Safety                         

August 18, 2016       During School Hours       Police & Fire Departments              

August 19, 2016       During School Hours        Fire & Police Departments             

August 22, 2016       During School Hours       Local Veterinarian & School Nurse                  

August 23, 2016       During School Hours        Graduation                  

     

DEMMITT           

August 11, 2016       5:30 p.m.  -   7:00 p.m.     Initial Parent Meeting & Bus Safety               

August 23, 2016       During School Hours       Local Veterinarian & School Nurse                     

August 24, 2016       During School Hours       Police & Fire Departments                     

August 25, 2016       During School Hours       Fire & Police Departments

August 26, 2016       During School Hours        Graduation                                        

              

The children will receive information and instruction on: making friends, avoiding strangers, bullying, bike safety, bus safety, pedestrian safety, pet safety, traffic safety, water safety, germ safety, fire safety and pool safety.

On “graduation day," as the children take pride in demonstrating the many skills they have learned, parents are welcome and encouraged to attend and may use cameras during the program.