New this year – STUDENT ONLINE VERIFICATION
is now your one-stop shop for verifying student information for students in pre-k through twelfth grade. To verify your emergency contacts, health information and, communication preferences, log in to your ParentVue account.
Get more information about this process here.
Welcome to Chesapeake Public Schools. If you and your family are new to our school community, we look forward to enrolling your child/children into our division. Registering with CPS is as easy as 1, 2, 3…
GATHER YOUR DOCUMENTS
To register your student, you will need the following:
REGISTER YOUR STUDENT
Students who are currently enrolled in any Chesapeake Public Schools Pre-K program to include the Chesapeake Preschool Initiative (CPI) or Early Childhood SPED program for the 2018-2019 school year, will not have to register for kindergarten for the 2019-2020 school year. More information will be given to our current preschool families in the coming weeks about their kindergarten enrollment process.
VISIT YOUR CHILD’S SCHOOL
Once your registration information has been reviewed and accepted, your child’s school will contact you by phone or email. Please allow up to two weeks for all registrations to process. Plan to visit the school to provide your proof of identification and any additional information your child’s school may require.
Please contact this office at (757) 547-0545 for information concerning:
- Requirements for enrolling students in Chesapeake Public Schools
- Filing for home instruction or religious exemption from compulsory attendance
- Homelessness or Foster Care
- Truancy and school attendance
- Foreign exchange students
What determines my child’s attendance zone?
To determine the school(s) assigned to your attendance zone, please view Attendance Zone Maps or use the Online Address Lookup tool. If you have questions regarding your attendance zone or policy questions, please contact the Department of Planning and Development at (757) 547-0580.
What supports are in place for homeless students under Title I?
Title I, Part A includes specific requirements for collaboration with McKinney-Vento programs to serve homeless children and youth. Title I, Part A, of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, as amended by the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), provides financial assistance through SEAs to LEAs and schools with high numbers or high percentages of low-income children to help ensure that all children meet challenging state academic standards. For additional information, please contact Dr. Cassandra Brooks, Chesapeake Public Schools’ Homeless Liaison, at (757) 547-0545 or email Dr. Cassandra Brooks.
What supports are in place for foster care students under Title I?
The foster care provisions of Title I, Part A of the ESSA emphasize the importance of collaboration and joint decision-making between child welfare agencies and educational agencies. For additional information, please contact Dr. Cassandra Brooks, Chesapeake Public School’s Foster Care Liaison, at (757) 547-0545 or email Dr. Cassandra Brooks.
Who can I contact for further information about Title I?
For further information on Title I, please contact Federal Programs at (757) 547-1183 or email Dr. Angela Isbell.