- Human Resource Management
- public information
Taking into account the best interest of first graders and their parents, an important amendment was made in the terms of the first and second stages of first-grader registration for the 2021-2022 school year.
The first stage of the registration of first graders, which concerned individuals with special educational needs, was successfully implemented from March 15 to March 26. However, due to the epidemic situation in the country, the evaluation process of the children registered at the first stage was delayed by the multidisciplinary team. Nevertheless, the deadline for submission of documents required for registration of individuals with special educational needs has been extended to 5 June.
Due to the announcement of May 4-11 as a holiday by the Government of Georgia, the change also affected the second stage of the registration of first graders, which will be implemented from April 20 to April 29, 2021.
During the second stage, children will be registered in the school:
- If there are siblings who attend the desired school.
- If there is a parent employed at the specific school.
- If the family has two or more children who enters the first grade at the same time.
At this stage, registration is done by submitting the necessary documentation for enrolment to the public school by a parent / legal guardian.
Necessary documents to be submitted for enrolment in the first grade are as follows:
- Statement of the legal representative about the student, which must contain information about the place of residence and telephone number of the legal representative.
- A copy of the ID card of the legal representative and a copy of the document certifying residence in Georgia (if any).
- A copy of the student's birth certificate or identity document and a copy of a residence permit in Georgia (if any).
In case the document submission is in a foreign language, they must be accompanied by a translation into Georgian in accordance with the rules established by the legislation of Georgia.
The Ministry urges parents to carefully read the terms and conditions of registration, apply to the school administration in a timely manner and submit the necessary documentation to enable the child to enter school without any interruption.