The Ross School District (Board Policy and Administrative Regulation 5111.1) requires all students to demonstrate proof of residence within the Ross School District. California Government Code (sections 243 and 244) defines residency as the location where a person lives/sleeps/domiciles. There can be only one primary residence.
As part of the registration process, a District Affidavit of Proof of Residency (Exhibit 5111.1) and supporting documents must be filed by the family of any student who:
- Enters the District (Kindergarten or any other grade) either for the first time, or after a leave from the District, or
- Receives a request by the Ross School District Office
If you are required to submit proof of residency, please download the Affidavit from this website or obtain one from the District Office. Next, follow the instructions on the Affidavit and return it together with the required supporting documents.
Registration documents for new students entering the District (Kindergarten or any other grade) should be brought in person to the school secretary at the front office. The Residency Affidavit and supporting documents should be submitted to the District Office for review. Should the District have any questions or concerns regarding residency, the District will make reasonable efforts to determine that the student meets district residency requirements (Education Code 48204.1, 48204.2)
If you have any questions regarding these requirements, please contact the District Office at (415) 457-2705 ext. 211.