RCS Online Registration Page
Rogersville City School Online Platform for Student Registration - Now Open
Birth certificates, immunization records, and/or medical examinations are not required for immediate enrollment which is defined as the ability to participate in classes or school activities.
Per the McKinney-Vento Act, students who are considered homeless shall be immediately enrolled even if they are unable to provide the enrollment requirements listed on the Enrollment Page.42 US Code §§11431-11435
The Rogersville City School District is now open for online registration for students (K-8) for the 2020-2021 school year.
The online system allows parents to log in from home to Skyward online platform via Rogersville City Schools website (www.rcschool.net) for current Skyward users. Create a new user account. Avoid handwriting information on a pile of paper forms in a school office.
Enroll now for parents of children who will begin kindergarten in the 2020-21 school year (must be born on or before August 15, 2015). Students in grades 1-8 may enroll too.
Through the user-friendly online process that takes about 15 to 20 minutes, parents enter their own identification information, such as emergency contact names and numbers, which increases accuracy and eliminates redundancy.
After entering all their information online into our secure system, registration documents can then be uploaded. If you do not have access to a scanner follow these directions (iPhone or Android )to scan a document on your phone. If you do not have access to the documents at this time, please continue to fill out the online registration, and the documents can be uploaded at a later date.
Want to get ready now for when the Kindergarten Registration Skyward platform opens? Click on the links below for easy instructions, helpful hints and a list of the legally required documents.
Who can I contact if I need help?
Please contact one of our staff members for help with questions about: general enrollment information, legally required documents, or other questions. If you have a question in regard to technical help with Skyward Online Enrollment, please email the school data clerk, Angie Nelson.
Proof of Residency Options
To obtain enrollment in the Rogersville City School District, students must reside in the Rogersville City limits with their natural parent(s) or court‐approved legal guardian(s). A student who wishes to enroll at Rogersville City School, and lives outside city limits, approval must be granted by school administration. For enrollment purposes, a resident is defined as an individual who is a full‐time occupant of a dwelling located within the city and who, on any given school day, is likely to be at their stated address when not at work or school.
For Parents/Legal Guardians Who Own Their Residence - a current residential property tax statement or utility bill. The record must include the name of the parent/legal guardian.
For Parents/Legal Guardians Who Are Renting a Residence - a lease or rental agreement consisting of the written evidence that the agreement is valid; or Proof of Residency affidavit signed by the parent or legal guardian which will allow for appropriate verification of residency.
For Parents/Legal Guardians Who Are Occupying Another Person's Home - Proof of Residency affidavit signed by the parent/legal guardian
Evidence of Age Options
Many types of documents can be accepted to prove age, including medical records, baptismal certificates, or a simple statement of age signed by the parent or guardian
- A legal document with the child's full name and date of birth - i.e. a birth certificate
For children born in Tennessee, the parent may request a copy of the certificate of birth at www.vitalcheck.com or by visiting the Hawkins County Health Department in Rogersville or Church Hill. There is a minimal fee for this service. Children born outside the state of Tennessee will need to request the birth certificate from their state of birth. Contact information can be supplied through the Hawkins County Health Department. A student must be enrolled and registered using the exact name that appears on the certificate of birth or certificate of adoption.
- Proof of Up-To-Date Tennessee Immunizations with a Confirmation of Current Medical Examination
Immunization Record & Medical Examination
Per the McKinney-Vento Act, students who are considered homeless shall be immediately enrolled even if they are unable to provide the enrollment requirements listed on the Enrollment Page.
All students must have a Certificate of Immunization and Record of Medical Examination on file in accordance with Tennessee Department of Health regulations. Students entering public schools for the first time must present this form upon enrollment. No child can attend school in the state of Tennessee without this documentation. Paperwork may be completed, although students will not be enrolled into school until all required paperwork is turned into the school. This certificate can be issued by the Hawkins County Health Department or your child's pediatrician/primary care physician. You must turn in the original form to the school office.
- Social Security Card (optional) We ask an official copy of the child's social security card be provided to be incorporated into the official school records pertaining to the child. While this card cannot be mandated according to current State law, it is recommended by the School District because of its impact on accurate student records.
- Custodial documents (if applicable)
*We understand that you may not have access to your child's record of physical or immunizations at this point. Upload the information that you are able to at this point and you will be able to upload the record of physical and immunizations when you have that information (before school begins in the fall).