Registration Information

Attleboro Public Schools

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Refer to the information below for instructions and details on the registration process for the 2021-2022 school year.

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Part 1. Create an Aspen Account

Please note: Both Parts 1 and 2 must be completed.
(If you already created an Aspen account, please skip to Part 2)

Part 2. Register a New Student

Please note: Both Parts 1 and 2 must be completed.

If you do not have an Aspen account, refer to Part 1 to create an account.

Please Note:

*For families that do not have access to the internet, please call 508-222-0012 Ext. 1159 to make an appointment to register at one of our self-service computers.


**Choose this option if you do not have an Attleboro Public Schools Aspen account. If you have/had a student enrolled in the Attleboro Public Schools you already have an Aspen account. If you have forgotten your Login ID or password please close this window and click the 'I forgot my password' link to reset your account. If you need further assistance please contact your student's school


To download the Online Registration Instructions click the file below.

At registration, parents/guardians are required to submit a record of the student’s immunizations, proof of residency, and proof of age, as described herein. The District also requests a copy of the student’s most recent physical examination.


Documents must be pre-printed with the name and address of the student’s parent and/or guardian* and must be presented to the school at the time of registration. Copies will be made and originals given back to you. Please have the following documents prepared for registration:


  • Birth Certificate for children born in the United States. Passport for children born in a country other than the United States Please Note: A record of birth from a hospital is not acceptable.
  • Immunization Records** – Documentation from Primary Care Provider (including proof of Lead Screening for Kindergarten Only)
  • Vision Screening Results Kindergarten Only
  • Physical Examination (current within 1 year) Also, for all new students to the Attleboro Public School District. Please Note: If you do not have an updated physical examination, you will need to bring in your child’s most recent physical examination and immunizations in order to register your child for school.
  • Legal documentation (examples: Court paper, Caregiver Authorization Form) demonstrating guardianship or custody (if not parent)
  • Driver’s License/State or Photo Identification to establish proof of identity
  • If applicable, copy of current signed IEP (Individualized Education Program) or 504 Plan***
  • Proof of Residency (please see next section for details)



*Official documentation of legal guardianship may be required.


** Immunization is not required for students experiencing Homelessness or are in Foster Care.


***Latest report card or transcript or progress report (if entering Grades 1-12) and current signed IEP. The parent/guardian or the student him/herself are required to bring a copy of the student’s complete school record from the previous school districts. The student cannot be enrolled until the complete school record is received including the current signed IEP. The administration will assist the parent/guardian or the student in obtaining a complete school record.

Proofs of Residency

In addition to the documents described above, guardians are requested to provide three (3) proofs of residency – one from each column below. For good cause shown, the District may accept alternative documentation establishing a student’s residence in Attleboro**. Please see below for a description of accepted documents and to download the School Committee Proof of Residency Requirements Policy.

*Approved government agencies: Department of Revenue, Children and Family Services, Department of Transitional Assistance, Department of Youth Services, Social Security and any communications on Commonwealth of Massachusetts letterhead.


* *The APS residency policy does not apply to students experiencing Homelessness or who are in Foster Care. (McKinney-Vento Act)

Homeless students who choose to enroll in school where they are temporarily residing must be enrolled immediately, even if they do not bring the records usually required for enrollment with them; and if a homeless student arrives without records, the school district's designated Homeless Education Liaison or designee will assist the family and contact the previously attended school system to obtain the required records.

Registration Forms

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Kindergarten Registration Information

For detailed information on the Kindergarten Registration process, please click the link above.

For questions related to K-12 registration:

Contact Central Registration Staff:

Jen Hodges - Registrar of Schools/District Data Collection Manager

Phone: (508) 222-0012 x 1452



Colleen Jeffery - Central Registration

Phone: (508) 222-0012 x1159

For questions related to Pre-School registration:

Contact the Early Learning Center

Diane Diiorio - Early Learning Center Coordinator


Janice Johnston - Early Learning Center Senior Clerk