New student registration is completed at your neighborhood school. Some families may need to visit the Student Placement Department to fulfill residency requirements. See Step 2: Proof of Residency for more information.
Between July 5 and August 4, new families may enroll their students at the district office. Learn more about Summer Enrollment…
Step 1 – Documents
Please bring the following documents with you when registering your child:
- Birth certificate or passport for students entering kindergarten, first grade or coming from outside the USA (Required).
- IEP and current evaluation (if your child is in special education) OR a 504 plan OR Individual Health Plan. (if your child has one).
- For grades 1-8: the most recent report card
- For grades 9-12: the most recent report card and/or transcripts of classes completed
All multilingual students registering are screened with the Washington English Language Proficiency Assessment (WELPA) to determine if English Language Learner (ELL) services should be provided.
We have combined all of the required forms for Kindergarten registration into one packet. Visit our Kindergarten page for more information.
Preschool & After School
Our Early Learning & After School Program offers educational and care programs for children 4 weeks of age through 5th grade.