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Withdrawing from Irvington

HOW TO COMPLETE YOUR STUDENT'S WITHDRAWAL FROM IRVINGTON HIGH SCHOOL

 

We prefer to have as much notice as possible when it comes to the withdrawing your student. It is the responsibility of the Parent to inform the School Registrar and your student’s Attendance Clerk if you’re planning on withdrawing your student from Irvington High School. The School Registrar will also need to know your child’s intended new school so that records can be sent on their behalf.

Your student will need to meet with their Attendance Clerk, on the morning of their last day of school. The student will need to attend the whole day of school (all classes) and check out with each of their teachers before the school day ends. ALL school books need to be returned, account balances paid in full and all other school items are to be returned to the school prior to checking out. At the end of the day your student will return to their Attendance Clerk and submit their withdrawal form. 

Attendance Clerks:

Stacy Yin : Last Names A-Ga 

syin@fusdK12.net

510 - 687 -  6472                              

Regina Maharaj: Last Names Gb - L   

rmaharaj1@fusdk12.net

510 - 687 - 6460                

Deanna Silva: Last Names M-Sg 

dsilva@fusdk12.net

510 - 687 - 6346                          

Connie Cervantes: Last Names Sh - Z

ccervantes@fusdk12.net

510 - 687 - 6315


             

What is required for the withdrawal process:

 

  • Withdrawal Form from Attendance Clerk
  • Signatures from ALL Teachers
  • Signature of Assistant Principal
  • Signature of School Counselor
  • Signature of School Accountant
  • Signature of Book Clerk
  • ALL other School items have been returned including the Student’s ID Card

 

If the Student would like an Official Transcript to take with them to their new school, they can request a Transcript 3 days prior to their last day of school. The Official Transcript will be ready for the Student at the end of their last day at Irvington.

Please be sure that your student understands and follows this process to make their last day of school easier for them. If you have any questions, please feel free to email me.