Moving to a new place and changing schools can be challenging, particularly for kids. To ensure a smooth transition, it's crucial to collect all the necessary documents, including your child's school records. At Nick McLean Real Estate Group, we understand the importance of making your move as seamless as possible. Our experienced agents can guide you through the process of finding the perfect home in North Central Washington and help you prepare for the move.

When planning a move, it's important to research the schools in the area early on.

  • Even public schools may have waiting lists for charter or target schools.
  • It's also important to consider any special needs or unique goals your child may have, such as a foreign language immersion program.
  • Find out if there are any extra-curricular activities that require early enrollment or summer practices.
  • Enroll your children in their new schools as soon as possible and make sure to have all necessary paperwork, doctor forms, and immunization records.
  • It's also a good idea to obtain a copy of your children's current coursework to help the new school determine appropriate class placement.

In addition, it's a good idea to obtain copies of your children's current academic records and coursework, as this information can help the new school place your child in the appropriate classes. Don't forget to gather all necessary paperwork, including doctor forms and immunization records. At Nick McLean Real Estate Group, we understand that moving can be overwhelming, especially for families with children. Let our experienced agents help you navigate the process of finding the perfect home in North Central Washington, while we guide you on what you need to do to make the move as seamless as possible. 

Once you arrive at your new place…

  • Take the time to drive your kids to their new school before the first day.
  • Consider getting to know your new neighbors by introducing yourself or hosting a party.
  • It's also a good idea to talk to the school counselors to let them know about your child's recent move and any concerns you may have.
  • Finally, encourage your kids to get involved in extracurricular activities, both at school and in the community, to help them make new friends and adjust to their new surroundings.

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