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Kinders begin the school year on a "staggered start" schedule. More details will be forthcoming as the new school year draws closer.
Students who will reach age 5 on or before Sept. 1 (born on or before Sept. 1, 2011) are eligible to enroll in kindergarten in our district for the 2016-17 school year. (Yes, that's the class of 2029!)
If you are registering at your neighborhood school, you may register at any time prior to the beginning of the school year. We encourage families to register as early as possible to help us in our planning and to ensure you receive critical information from the school in a timely manner.
Elementary schools will be holding Welcome and Registration events in early March. Note that some of the dates and times are tentative.
If you are unable to attend your school's registration event, no worries - you can still register at any time.
To register your student, you will need to show proof of the child's age (either a birth certificate or hospital records that show date of birth), immunization records, and be ready with emergency contact information.
All students, whether new or returning, are also required to provide proof of address when registering. Proof of address would be two of the following: valid rental/lease agreement or escrow papers; current resident service bill such as electric, water, gas, garbage or cable bill (cell phone or other mail is not sufficient); and/or current driver's license or State ID card showing address.
Students applying from elsewhere within or outside of our district should pay attention to Transfer Guidelines. Families are encouraged to submit transfer applications during the Open Enrollment period (March) for the best chance of getting into the desired school.
Getting ready for kindergarten: We've put together some resources for families to help get their children ready for school. You can view the resources online or check with your school for more information.