Proof of Residency

  • Proof of Residency

    The Hazelwood School District requires all families to provide documentation showing they live within the district's attendance area. If you have questions about proof of residency, please contact your school registrar.

    Each family must submit one item from each List A and List B.

    Unless a student is exempt from the proof of residency requirement, one document from each List A and List B are required. Electronic documents are permissible if they are current and contain the information required for the district to verify proof of residence (date, name, address, applicable signatures, etc.). The district has the right to request an additional proof at any time or to employ other means to verify residency. Under Missouri law, misrepresenting residency is a criminal offense. If a family’s residency status is found to be inaccurately represented or changes without notification to the district, the district may act to recover the cost of services provided.

    List A documents

    • Deed
    • Mortgage statement dated within 30 days of the date of submission
    • Unexpired lease/rental agreement signed by landlord and tenant and including the address, apartment number, and date of rental
    • Real estate tax receipt dated within 1 year of the date of submission

    List B documents

    (One utility bill dated within 30 days of the date of submission for verification. Bill should include customer name, service address, and billing date)

    • Electric bill, Water bill, Gas bill, Sewer bill, Trash bill, Internet bill, or Cable bill

     

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  • Electronic documents are permissible so long as the documents are current and contain the information required for the district to verify proof of residence (date, name, address, applicable signatures, etc.).

    Please note that the district has the right to request additional proof at any time or to employ other means to verify residency. Under Missouri law, misrepresenting residency is a misdemeanor. If a family's residency status is found to be inaccurately represented or changes without notification to the district, the district may act to recover the cost of services provided.