Proof of Residence Registration Requirement

  • Definition:

    Parent(s) or Legal Guardian must actually reside in Cache County.  “Residence” is the place where a person dwells permanently, not temporarily, and is the place that is the center of his or her domestic, social and civic life. A temporary resident in Cache County solely for the purpose of attending a Cache County Public school shall not be considered residency.  The residence of a minor child is presumed to be the legal residence of the parent(s) or guardian(s) who have physical custody of the child.

    Child's school district of residence -- Determination Title 53G  Chapter 6  Part 3  Section 302

    • The school district of residence of a minor child whose custodial parent or legal guardian resides within Utah is:

      • the school district in which the custodial parent or legal guardian resides; or
      • the school district in which the child resides:
        • while in the custody or under the supervision of a Utah state agency;
        • while under the supervision of a private or public agency which is in compliance with Section 62A-4a-606 and is authorized to provide child placement services by the state;
        • while living with a responsible adult resident of the district, if a determination has been made in accordance with Title 63G, Chapter 3, Utah Administrative Rulemaking Act, that:
          • the child's physical, mental, moral, or emotional health would best be served by considering the child to be a resident for school purposes;
          • exigent circumstances exist which would not permit the case to be appropriately addressed under Section 53G-6-402; and
          • considering the child to be a resident of the district under this subsection (2)(b)(iii) does not violate any other law or rule of the State Board of Education;
      • while the child is receiving services from a health care facility or human services program, if a determination has been made in accordance with rules made by the State Board of Education in accordane with Title 63G Chapter 3, Utah Administrative Rulmaking Act, that:
        • the child's physical, mental, moral, or emotional health will best be served by considering the child to be a resident for school purposes;
        • exigent circumstances that do not permit the case to be appropriately addressed under Section 53G-6-402; and
        • considering the child to be a resident of the district under this Subsection (2)(b)(iv) does not violate any other law or rule of the State Baord of Education; or
      • if the child is married or has been determined to be an emancipated minor by a court of law or by a state administrative agency authorized to make that determination.