TK and Kindergarten Registration
On-Site Registration Days
Transitional Kindergarten (TK) and Kindergarten Registration Days are a great way to get familiar with your child’s new school. Families can meet teachers, see the classroom and learn what to expect in the year ahead.
Before attending a Registration Day, a parent/guardian must pre-register a child using the online form.
If your student will be 5 on or before September 15, and will be attending Transitional Kindergarten (TK) or Kindergarten in the 2021-22 school year, you must complete the Online Pre-Registration.
Still trying to decide between TK and Kindergarten for your child? Consider this information as you make the decision.
Online Registration Instructions
These links provide step-by-step instructions to help parents/guardians complete online registration.
Complete and Return Required Forms
Once you have completed online registration, please complete three required forms and return them to your child’s school. These forms have been mailed to each household and are also available for download below.
Forms to Complete:
- Health History Form: (English) (Spanish) (Vietnamese)
- Home Language Survey and Student Race (page 1) and Ethnicity Reporting Form (page 2):
(English) (Spanish) (Vietnamese)
Three Ways to Return Forms:
- Mail forms back to your child’s school
- Drop forms off at your child’s school
- Call your child’s school and ask to speak with the registrar for email instructions
Iowa Department of Public Health Lead Poisoning Notice
The State of Iowa requires all children entering kindergarten to have at least one blood lead test before the child is 6 years of age. The Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) manages this program. Lead poisoning is a serious problem in Iowa. The main source of childhood lead poisoning is lead-based paint, commonly found in homes built before 1978. Other sources of lead can also poison children.