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Kinder & TK Enrollment

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Transitional Kindergarten Enrollment
To enroll in kindergarten, a child must be 5 years of age between September 2, 2018 - December 2, 2018.  

Transitional Kindergarten will be offered at a limited number of schools. Please make contact with the school in your community for assistance with Transitional Kindergarten.

 

Kindergarten Enrollment Requirements
To enroll in kindergarten, a child must be 5 years of age on or before September 1, 2018.  

Each child must have the follow requirement enrollment documents: 

  1. Proof of Age: Legal Birth Certificate, Baptismal Certificate, or Passport, Affidavit of

    parent, guardian, or custodian, local registrar or county recorder statement

     Custody paperwork or proof of guardianship (if applicable)

     Immunization records

     Proof of physical exam for school entry

     Previous school records (grades, attendance, behavior)

     

  2. Proof of Residency: (two of the following is required) -- Mortgage Statement, Property

    Tax Bill or Escrow Papers; Property Title or Deed; Rental Contract, Lease, or

    Payment Receipts; Pay Stubs; Voter Registration; Government Agency

    Correspondence; Declaration of Residency

    OR

     2 Pieces of Business Mail or Utilities Services Bills or Contract (such as gas,

    water, electric. No cell phone or cable bills)

    OR

     Living with a homeowner or renter of the District – Statement of Residency

    Affidavit must be obtained from homeowner and parent/guardian of enrolling

    student. This document affirms that you and the child(ren) reside at such address,

    along with proof of residency listed above.

  3. Immunizations Records: Please provide the following to verify child's immunizations:
     Certificate of immunization from health care provider. Your child's health examination needs to be completed before school begins in August 2018. California law requires that each child have an oral health assessment by May 31 in kindergarten or first grade, whichever is the child’s first year of public school.