Kindergarten Enrollment Questions
Where will my child attend school? A district boundary map for is located here. For any questions regarding attendance centers please call 987-2706.
The online enrollment portal opens March 6. A SnapCode will be sent to families who have completed the required paper documentation and the application has been processed. If you have not completed and turned in the required documents you will not receive a SnapCode via email.
Parents will have three weeks to complete the online process before the portal closes. Initial SnapCode emails will be sent the afternoon of March 6. Completing the online registration is the first item used to determine student placement per board policy 501.15.
Families wishing to complete the enrollment process via paper may do so by picking up materials at the District Office beginning March 6.
Kindergarten Enrollment Information
Online Directions and Cover Sheet – Required (PDF)
Dental Screening Certificate – Required (PDF)
Dental Screening Exemption Certificate – (PDF)
Home Language Survey – Required (PDF)
Immunization Recommendations – (Web)
Immunization Certificate – Required (PDF)
Immunization Exemption Certificate – (PDF)
Kindergarten 5 Year Certificate of Health Form – Required (PDF)
Kindergarten Enrollment Proof of Residency – Required (PDF / (Web)
Kindergarten Enrollment Transportation Form – (Web) available during online process
Lead Testing Information – Required (PDF)
Lead Testing Exemption Form for Religious Reasons – (PDF)
Medical Supplement Report Form- This form is part of the online process
Medicine Request From- Only if child is taking medication at school. Available during online process
Vision Screening Form – Required (PDF)
Kindergarten enrollment and placement is in accordance with board policy 501.15.
Please note that kindergarten registration materials will be available on the district website or paper copies may be obtained at the district office. If registrations exceed capacity, parents will be asked to voluntarily transfer to a school that has available space. If not enough voluntary transfers can be identified, students will be placed in the neighborhood school based on the following sorts:
(1) kindergarten registration materials as defined on the district website turned in by the specified due date
(2) siblings already in the neighborhood elementary
(3) those students living closest to the neighborhood school within the defined boundary limits.
Those students who are not registered for kindergarten during the registration period will be placed at their neighborhood school if possible. If that school is full, they will be placed at a school that has space available and put on a call back list according to the date of registration.