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There are many public and private schools in the local area serving federally connected children of Scott personnel. Children of sponsors who live on base attend Mascoutah District 19 schools.
Both on and off base, your child's school will be determined by where you live.
There are many unique issues for federally connected students transitioning to new schools. To make an informed decision, choose a home within the boundaries of a school district that will support your child's academic and psychosocial emotional needs. Once you have secured a place to live, visit the home page of your school to find out starting dates, events, vacations and more. Be aware of two military-specific school code allowances:
1. If you live in temporary quarters and have proof that you will live in a particular school district within 60 days, your child may attend school in that school district without having to pay
2. If you live off base and must move on base due to military orders, your child may continue to go to school in your original school district for the duration of those orders. For more information, contact the Scott School Liaison Officer, Cynthia Doil, at 256-9595.
In order to register your child in a school in Illinois you will need the following
- Proof of Residency (Most districts require two)
- Certified Birth Certificate
- Health Forms (Illinois Health Physical Form, Dental Exam Form, vision Exam Form and Immunizations)