Proof of residency
– Proof of residency with parent/guardian’s name and residential address. Provide at least two of the following:
● Utility bill issued within the past 30 days
● Closing documents with move-in date
● Current signed lease with leaseholder’s name (parent and/or guardian) and address
– If you cannot provide one of the above items because your family is living with another family in the Northview district, you will be directed to complete a Residency Affidavit. This notarized affidavit must be completed by both the parent/guardian and the Northview resident (who must provide proof of residency as detailed above).
– Verification of an address as being in the Northview school district can be done by contacting the township in which the address is located (Ada, Grand Rapids, or Plainfield) or contacting the Administration Building (616-363-6861).
Placement in an elementary building will be made based on class size and availability, not always on attendance area.
The Michigan Missing Children’s Act (MCL 380.1135) requires that you provide a certified copy of the child’s birth certificate when you are enrolling in school or other reliable proof, as determined by the school district, of the student’s identity and age, and an affidavit explaining the inability to produce a copy of the birth certificate. If you do not meet this requirement within 30 days, the school must notify the local law enforcement agency.
Please refer to the chart below for the required immunizations and their time frame. Contact Healthy Kids (1-888-988-6300) for details on free health care coverage, including immunizations. Students must be current with all immunizations required by law or have an authorized waiver from State immunization requirements. If a student does not have the necessary shots or waivers, the principal may remove the student and/or require compliance with a set deadline. This is for safety of all students and in accordance with State law.
Forms For Medications In Schools
Please visit our Forms page, and make sure all applicable forms are filled out and submitted.
School communicable disease rules are the minimum standard for preventing disease outbreaks in school settings. Healthcare professionals in Michigan should follow the 2016 Recommended Immunization Schedule at www.cdc.gov/vaccines or www.michigan.gov/immunize to best protect patients from all diseases. All doses of vaccines must be given with appropriate spacing between doses and at appropriate ages to be considered valid.
|Vaccine **||4 Years - 6 Years||7 Years - 18 Years|
|Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis||4 doses DTP or DTaP, one dose must be on or after 4 years of age.||4 doses D and T OR 3 doses Td if #1 given on or after 7 years of age. 1 dose of Tdap for children 11 years of age or older upon entry into the 7th grade or higher.|
|Polio||4 doses, if dose 3 administered on or after 4 years of age, only 3 doses are required.||3 doses|
|Measles*, Mumps*, Rubella||2 doses on or after 12 months of age.||2 doses on or after 12 months of age.|
|Hepatitis B*||3 doses.||3 doses.|
|Meninggococcal||None||1 dose for all children 11 years of age or older upon entry into the 7th grade or higher.|
|Varicella (Chicken pox)*||2 doses of varicella vaccine at or after 12 months of age OR current lab immunity OR reliable history of disease.||2 doses of varicella vaccine at or after 12 months of age OR current lab immunity OR reliable history of disease.|
*If vaccination is not administered, current laboratory evidence of immunity is required.
**Students susceptible to these diseases may be excluded from school.
Parents/guardians must obtain a certified non-medical waiver from a local health department.
**Michigan Department of Community Health Rev. Sept 9, 2016
All Northview resident parents/guardians with a child who will be 5 years old on or before September 1, 2020 are encouraged to complete the online enrollment process. If a child does not meet the minimum age requirement to be eligible to attend school for that school year, but will be 5 years of age not later than December 1 of that school year, a kindergarten waiver process may be requested.
A Developmental Kindergarten program will be available for students who meet the kindergarten age requirement but are not yet ready for the comprehensive kindergarten program.
Non-resident students who want to attend kindergarten at Northview must complete the Schools of Choice process.