Welcome to the Jordan-Elbridge Central School District!
To register your children for school, please contact the district's registrar, Mrs. Shelly Westcott, who can be reached by phone at 315-689-8500 x5011 or by email at email@example.com. Mrs. Westcott will schedule a date and time so that she can personally guide you through the process. In preparation for your appointment, we ask that you download and complete the forms located to the right.
Notification - Please complete the private/parochial notification form (available to the right) to notify the district that you have a child residing in the district who will be attending a private or parochial school and you do not require district transportation.
Transportation Application – Please complete the transportation application (available to the right) to notify the district that you have a child residing in the district who will be attending a private or parochial school and you are requesting district transportation.
Home School Information
As determined by Education Law section 3212(2), a parent has the right to provide required instruction at home for their children. Specific to this right are the following responsibilities:
A parent or guardian is required to:
- Submit a letter of intent addressed to the Superintendent by July 1 of each year or within 14 days of beginning home schooling.
Note: The district respectfully requests that you also complete and return the notification form provided below.
- Submit an Individualized Home Instruction Plan (IHIP) for each child. The IHIP is due by August 15 or within four weeks of receiving a response to a letter of intent from the district, whichever is later.
- Submit quarterly reports on or before the dates specified in the IHIP.
- Submit a separate annual assessment at the time the fourth quarterly report is due. For students in grades 1-3, the annual assessment may take the form of a narrative summary. For students in grades 4-8, the annual assessment must take the form of a standardized test on an every other year basis. For students in grade 9 and higher, the annual assessment must be a standardized test.
Note: If a child’s achievement levels do not meet the state minimum, the parent will be notified by the district. Subsequent to such a notification, the parent will be required to submit a remedial plan to correct deficiencies as part of their child’s IHIP for the next school year.
Change of Information
Please contact the main office of your child's school to make them aware of any change in contact information.