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Enrollment Information

Registering your child in a school for the first time can be relatively easy if you are prepared. Following are a few guidelines to help you.

Please register your child at the home school. To find your school of attendance, please call the district office at (916) 649-5248 or click here to view the school boundaries.

The child's parent/guardian must complete a student registration packet and provide the following documents:
  • Proof of Child's Age - A birth certificate (certified copy) or passport.

  • Proof of residency - A utility (gas, water, home telephone) bill, dated within the past 30 days, in the name of the parent/guardian, showing a service address within the district.

  • Immunization record. All immunizations must be up to date before your child(ren) may enter the classroom. (See immunization requirements below.)

  • For Kindergarten - Oral Health Assessment Form. Your child must have a dental checkup by May 31 of their first year of school. 

  • For First Grade - Report of Health Examination for School Entry Form.  Your child must have a physical exam 18 months or up to 90 days after enrolling in first grade.  
Additional forms may be needed to complete your child’s registration. Please call the school office or our district office with any questions. 
Immunization Requirements
 
All immunizations must be up to date before your child(ren) may enter the classroom.
 
Polio
  • 4 doses at any age but 3 doses accepted if at least one does was given after the fourth birthday.
DTap, TD 
and/or TDap
  • Ages 4-6: 5 doses at any age but 4 doses accepted if at least one dose was given after the fourth birthday.
  • Ages 7-17: 4 doses at any age but 3 doses accepted if at least one dose was given after the second birthday.
MMR
  • 2 doses, both on or after the first birthday.
Hepatitis B
  • 3 doses
Varicella (Chickenpox)
  • 1 dose (2 doses needed if no vaccine give before 13th birthday). Vaccine not needed with doctor's records of chickenpox disease.
Exemptions to School Immunizations
 

Starting in 2016, SB 277 went into effect, and personal belief exemptions will no longer be an option.  This bill removes exemptions for immunizations except for medical reasons verified in writing by a doctor.   

  • No longer permit immunization exemptions based on personal beliefs for children in child care and public and private schools;
  • Permit personal belief exemptions submitted before January 1, 2016 to remain valid until a pupil reaches kindergarten or 7th grade;
  • For more information, see http://www.shotsforschool.org/laws/exemptions