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5/1/06

Lubbock Cooper Holds Registration For Kindergarten Tuesday

Kids entering kindergarten in the Lubbock Cooper School District can register on Tuesday May 2nd. It starts at 2 p.m., in the cafeteria's of both Lubbock Cooper North and Lubbock Cooper South elementaries.

To be eligible for registration, your child must be a resident of Lubbock Cooper ISD. No transfers will be accepted. And, students must be 5-years-old, on or before September 1st. Parents will need to bring their child's certified birth certificate. This must be purchased from the health department, neither hospital nor church documents will not be accepted. Their social security card - or a copy of the original. Their complete and up to date immunization record.

Parents will also need to bring address verification. This can be a current utility bill, or rental agreement. Phone bills and disconnect notices will not be accepted. And finally, the driver's license of the custodial parent or guardian.

Registration is only for kindergarten. Pre-k registration will take place later this summer.

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