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									                                     Student/Family Enrollment Information
                                         CHILD CUSTODY FORM
                                              2008-2009 School Year

Our ultimate goal is to provide a safe environment for all students. As a result, the School District of Milton
implemented the "Student/Family Enrollment Information" form with regard to Child Custody matters as part of the
enrollment process beginning with the 2004-2005 school year. In keeping with the stipulations set forth by this new
procedure, a signed copy of the form, along with copies of any current custody order arrangements, are required to be
kept on file for each child enrolled in the district.

Returning students, for whom there is already a signed copy of the form on file, have two options as part of the 2008-
2009 registration process.


• No Changes/Modifications. On behalf of those returning students for which there are no changes in their child
custody order arrangements since their last registration, no modifications in the paperwork provided at that time, and/or
no need to provide any additional or updated paperwork, there is no need to respond at this time.


• Changes/Modifications in Custody Orders. On behalf of those returning students for which there are changes in
their child custody order arrangements since their last registration, copies of updated paperwork will need to be
submitted during the registration process. Please complete the attached form and submit the signed copy, along
with copies of current custody papers at registration.

(Please note if you have only your original copy of the child custody order, you will have an opportunity to make a
duplicate copy for the school during registration. Please also note that the school only requires copies of those pages of
the decree pertaining directly to the child's custody arrangements, along with a signature page indicating the date of the
order.)




                                                                                                                 (Goldenrod)
                                           Student/Family Enrollment Information
                                                   2008-2009 School Year
                                                       Child Custody
                                        Please complete and sign a separate form for each child.
Note: A certified copy of any child custody order which has been issued with respect to the student, as well as any later court orders modifying
the original custody order or arrangements, must be presented to the school district during registration. At that time district personnel will
photocopy those pages of the decree pertaining to the custody order arrangements of the child, along with the signature/date page, and return
the original copies of the document to you for your personal record keeping. We appreciate your assistance in helping to promote and
maintain a safe and secure environment for all students.
               Name of Student: __________________________                  ________________________                    ______
                                               (legal last name)                       (legal first name)                (MI)
Please choose only one:
_____ Student lives with both natural parents or with legally adoptive parents.
_____ Student lives with one natural parent. Other parent is deceased.
_____ Parents are divorced or legally separated. Student lives with the parent who was granted legal custody by court order. If
      this is your situation, the school must be provided a certified copy of the custody order or decree at the time of enrollment.
_____ Parents are divorced or legally separated. Student lives with the parent who was not granted legal custody by court order.
      If this is your situation, you will be referred to the Superintendent before the student will be admitted to school.
_____ Parents are divorced or legally separated and have joint or shared custody. If this is your situation, the school must be
      provided a certified copy of the custody order at the time of enrollment.
_____ Parents are not legally divorced or legally separated. Student lives with only one parent, although no formal custody
      arrangements have been made at this time.
_____ Student lives with neither natural parent, but lives with a guardian who has been granted custody by court order. If this is
      your situation, the school must be provided a copy of the court order at the time of admission. (This situation may also
      apply to a married student under age of 18.)
_____ Student lives with guardian who has not been granted legal custody by court order. If this is your situation, you will be
      referred to the Superintendent before the student will be admitted to school.
_____ Student lives with foster parents. If child was placed in your home by an accredited agency, a copy of the placement
      papers must be provided to the school at the time of admission. If child was not placed by an accredited agency, the
      school will refer you to the Superintendent before the student will be admitted to school.
_____ Student is 18 years old or older and lives apart from his/her parents or guardian.
_____ Student lives with single parent. Parent has never been married to the child's other biological parent and there has never
      been legal custody declared by court order.
_____ Student lives with both biological parents. Legal custody has never been declared by a court order.
_____ Tuition student. You must obtain a tuition agreement with current rates and payment schedule from the Central Office.
_____ Foreign exchange student with J-1 visa. The district accepts foreign exchange students with J-1 visas who reside within
      the district, and are participants in an exchange program sponsored by accredited organizations screened and approved by
      administration. Exchange students on J-1 visas are not required to pay tuition.
_____ Foreign exchange student with F-1 visa. Privately sponsored exchange students with F-1 visas may be enrolled if an adult
      resident of the district has been granted court appointed guardianship and the student lives in the home of that guardian.
      Exchange students with F-1 visas are required to pay tuition at the established district rate. Admission is limited to
      students at the secondary level who are sufficiently fluent in English and have met all immunization requirements. Once
      admitted, the length of enrollment may not exceed 12 months.
_____ Other. (Please attach an explanation as it relates to the custody of the child.)



                  ________________________________________                                _____________________
                              (Parent/guardian Signature)                                               (Date Signed)

								
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