2022-2023 Pre-K Programs

  • Online registration for these programs opens on March 1, 2022.

    Please visit the Lansingburgh Pre-K Information page for more details on registering for Lansingburgh's 3-Year-Old Expanded Pre-K (EPK3) and 4-Year-Old Universal Pre-K (UPK4) programs in the 2022-2023 school year.

Online K-12 Student Registration

New Student Registration Required Documents

  • To register your child for a Lansingburgh school, you will need the following documents:

    • Registration Form (See Below)
    • Birth Certificate
    • Proof of Residency (Utility Bill showing activation, Spectrum cable bill, DSS, US Postal Service, Mortgage Statement, Lease Agreement - Dated within 30 days of residing in the district which reflects parent/guardian’s name)
    • A copy of your recently issued driver’s license or photo ID
    • Current immunization records
    • Most recent physical examination signed by a doctor within the current year
    • Most recent report card
    • Transcript
    • Independent Education Plan (IEP) if registering for Special Ed.
    • Proof of custody if requested or DSS-2999 form if a foster child
       
      *Students under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian*

Residency Checks for New Students

  • When a family moves into the Lansingburgh Central School District and registers a new student, they will be contacted by the district's Dean of Students/McKinney-Vento Liaison, Darwin Carr, to schedule a residency check. These are short check-ins to ensure the residence given on a new student's registration is A) the student's official residence and B) within the boundaries of the district.   

    Mr. Carr can be reached via email (dcarr@lansingburgh.org) or phone (518-378-5114). 

Private, Charter & Parochial School Registration