Below is listed the information on enrollment and registration of students at our schools. If you have any questions about the enrollment process, call your school, or call 503-399-2632 for the Elementary Education office, the Middle School Education office, and the High School Education office.
- Registering your child for school is always done at the school. Find out which school your child will be attending, based on your home address. If you don’t know what school your child will attend, find your school using our online resources, or call our Boundary Information Line at 503-399-3246.
- Call the school to find out the best time to stop by and register your child. If the school year has started, the best time would be as soon as possible. During the summer, check to make sure the school office is open. Elementary and middle school offices close for part of the summer, reopening the third week of August. High school offices stay open all summer. View all school phone numbers and addresses.
- Make sure you have the appropriate documentation to register your child. The school will ask for a record of your child’s immunization records. Also bring some form of identification, such as birth certificate.
- Once you’re at the school, make sure to fill out each form completely – especially the emergency contact information form. Your school will have specific details about classes, teachers and staff.
If you have any question call your school, or call 503-399-2632 for the Elementary Education office, the Middle School Education office, and the High School Education office.
Parents will receive a registration form, along with a packet of other information, when they register the child or teen at the school they will be attending.
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Entrance Age Policy
The following describes entrance age requirements for admittance of children entering kindergarten and first grade, per policy INS-A006.
A child entering kindergarten for the first time during the fall term shall be deemed to be 5 years of age if his/her birthday occurs on or before September 10. A child whose birthday falls in the summer months may delay enrollment into kindergarten until he/she has reached age 6. This decision is at the parent’s discretion.
A child entering first grade for the first time during the fall term shall be deemed to be 6 years of age if his/her birthday occurs on or before September 10.
At the time of registration, a child entering public school for the first time shall present a state-issued birth certificate and a copy will be retained for the student’s permanent file. Temporary admittance may be granted with a hospital certificate, birth center certificate, or
infant data card for up to six weeks while the birth certificate is issued by a state agency.
The District shall follow the immunization regulations established by the Oregon State Public Health Division and Marion County/Polk County Health Departments. For more information, visit the Health and Immunization page.
A child entering public school shall present at the time of registration one of the following:
- Record of immunization indicating required minimum doses
- Record of exemption signed by a licensed Oregon physician
- Religious exemption signed by parent or other person in parental relationship