Military Family Support
Planning Your Arrival and Departure from Walton Elementary
Arriving to Walton Elementary
Registrations are completed from 9:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. daily Monday through Friday.
Appointments are required. Please call the school to schedule an appointment. (804) 733-2750
Please make sure you have all necessary documentation to register your student.
Student’s original certified state issued birth certificate
Proof of residency – this can be an electric, gas, or water bill showing usage within the last 30 days or a dead, lease, or rental agreement
School Health Information Form – the school physical form is available online at the Virginia Department of Education’s website
* This form should be completed by your child’s physician and should include proof of adequate age-appropriate immunization
Court issued custody papers – if applicable.
Foster care information form – if applicable.
Previous school records including Individual Education Plans (IEP) or 504's – if applicable.
Need more Info? Click to access Prince George County's Military Family Resources Webpage
Departing from Walton Elementary
Please notify the school as soon as possible of your departure date!
You can ask to speak with the registration clerk to request paperwork.
Final grades and departing documents (report card and or interim, shots, physical, birth certificate, withdraw form, IEP or 504 if applicable) are provided to the parent(s) during the withdraw process.
Any other documents are requested from the receiving school upon enrollment.
Resources and Documents
Use the resources below to learn more about academic planning options for Military families at Walton Elementary
Special Needs and Parental Rights
Use the links below to access information regarding Virginia Consent Provisions and Parental Rights in Schools and Divisions
Use the links above to access additional resources available to our Military students
Points of Contact
School Division Military Support
School Based Military Support
Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunities for Military Families
What is the Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunities for Military Children?
The Department of Defense, in collaboration with the National Center for Interstate Compacts and the Council of State Governments has developed an interstate compact that addresses the educational transition issues of children of military families. The Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunity for Military Children is a law that has been adopted by all 50 states and Department of Defense Educational Activity (DoDEA schools). The law applies to the receiving state. To exercise provisions, parents must be on active military orders. This does not extend to Department of Defense (DoD) civilians or DoD contractors.
What are School Liaison Officers (SLO)?
Each Branch of Service has a DoD employee who is either a School Liaison Officer or a POC who fulfills the role. School Liaison Officers serve as the primary point of contact for school-related matters; represents, informs, and assists Command; assists military families with school issues; coordinates with local school systems; and forges partnerships between the military and schools.
For more information visit the U.S. Department of Defense Education Activity site