Students who are four years of age on or before September 1 of the current school year and meet one of the following criteria:
- Unable to speak and comprehend the English language (Limited English Proficient*)
- Economically disadvantaged (eligible for the National Free or Reduced Price Lunch Program)
- Parent is an active duty member of the armed forces of the U.S. including state or a reserved component of the armed forces ordered to active duty.
- Parent was injured or killed while serving on active duty of the armed forces of the U.S. including state or a reserved component of the armed forces.
- Child who has ever been in the conservatorship (foster care) of the Department of Family and Protective Services following an adversary hearing.
*To enroll as Limited English Proficient, the child must be present and administered a test to establish the child's level of English language proficiency.
- Students who are five years old on or before September 1 of the current school year.
- Must meet one of the following criteria:
- Students must be six years at the beginning of the school year
- Been previously enrolled in the first grade
- Completed kindergarten in a public school in another state
- Each academic year a signed registration or enrollment form is required for every student.
Documents Required for Registration:
- Birth Certificate
- Proof of Residency within the district (Parent/Guardian name and address on: a current light, water, or gas bill or lease agreement)
- Current Immunization Record
- Proof of Identification (picture ID) of parent or legal guardian enrolling the student
- Social Security Card (if available)
- Transcript from previous school (for students with high school credit)
Additional Document Needs:
- Student is transferring from another district
- Withdrawal form from previous school
- Most recent report card from previous school
- Student wanting intra-district transfer: Intra-District Transfer Form
Documentation after an Absence
When a student is absent from school, the student must bring a note signed by the parent that
describes the reason for the absence. Parent notes will not be accepted after 10 days from when
the absence occurred. A phone call from parent is appreciated, but the district reserves the right to require a written note.
Please note that, unless the absence is for a statutorily allowed reason under compulsory
attendance laws, the district is not required to excuse any absence.
Doctor’s Note after an Absence for Illness
Upon return to school, a student absent for more than 5 consecutive days because of a personal
illness must bring a statement from a doctor or health clinic verifying the illness or condition that
caused the student’s extended absence from school. Otherwise, the student’s absence may be
considered unexcused and, if so, would be considered to be in violation of compulsory
Should the student develop a questionable pattern of absences, the principal or attendance
committee may require a statement from a doctor or health clinic verifying the illness or
condition that caused the student’s absence from school in order to determine whether the
absence or absences will be excused or unexcused.