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DCSS faces late registrations

Some parents in Dougherty County still have not registered their kids for school. (Source: WALB) Some parents in Dougherty County still have not registered their kids for school. (Source: WALB)
Dr. David Mosely is the superintendent. (Source: WALB) Dr. David Mosely is the superintendent. (Source: WALB)
Mosely says he expects parents to still register their kids past Labor Day. (Source: WALB) Mosely says he expects parents to still register their kids past Labor Day. (Source: WALB)
DOUGHERTY CO., GA (WALB) -

Three weeks into the school year and some parents in Dougherty County still have not registered their kids for school.

Administrators say often when families move, they wait until well after school starts to tell the school system. 

They may their child back to the school in the zone where they used to live. 

Administrators say it can throw off enrollment.

"We are still having them come in everyday and we will have more after Labor Day. People just don't take school as seriously as they should. They should be here the first day of school and stay until the last day," said superintendent Dr. David Mosely. 

Late registrations are something many schools face. 

If you aren't sure which school your child should be at school administrators encourage you to call the school system or go to the system's website. 

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