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Transferring to Fort Bragg Schools
Sponsors of students transferring to Fort Bragg Schools are required to provide verification of active duty status, and proof of on-post residency before a child may be registered. Preschool, Pre-Kindergarten, and Kindergarten require a certified birth certificate before registration can be accepted. Read more about Eligibility, Age Requirements, and Registration
Tips for PCSing with a school age child
- Notify the current school of your move and give them the address of the gaining school if you know it.
- Keep the address of the current school to give to your child's new school so they can formally request copies of your child's records.
- Find out when school starts and arrange any summer vacation around the start date. Note information at the bottom of the District Calendar regarding "Early Promotion Date".
- Keep your child informed about what you find out about the new school and any activities offered.
- Talk to your child about any concerns he/she has about the new school, required courses, extra curricular activities, making new friends and keeping in touch with old friends.
- Hand carry the following paperwork: Shot records, copy of last report card, IEP (if your child has one), copy of school records, birth certificate, social security card, any custody paperwork.
- Register your student as soon as you determine the school he/she will attend.
- Keep all paperwork away from the packers!! Put them in their own folder or envelope in a suitcase or bag you are hand carrying. Some people put the items they hand carry in a locked room or closet, in their car, or at a neighbor's home so the movers don't accidentally pack them.
- Create a student portfolio-Important for middle and high school students. Has your child volunteered for activities at school?...ask for a letter of recommendation from the activity advisor. Has your student participated in JROTC or sports? Ask for a letter from the coach or teacher. Keep these to give to the new school in place of tryouts if possible, or use for college admission and scholarship applications. Better to get the letters while the teachers still remember your child and the accomplishments they have made, than to wait until graduation and trying to get applications together to send.