New Student Registration
To register your child(ren) to attend the Robla School District, please complete a registration packet below and submit it to your home school. To determine which school is your home school, check out the school boundaries page. You will also need to bring the following documents when registering your child(ren):
- Proof of Residency: A current utility bill with your name and address in our district, a mortgage statement or letter from social services.
- Proof of Child's Age: A birth certificate, passport, or other approved documentation.
- 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 before or up to 90 days after enrolling in first grade.
Transitional Kindergarten and Kindergarten
To be eligible for kindergarten this coming school year, your child must turn five on or before September 1. Children who turn five between September 2 and December 2 are eligible for Transitional Kindergarten, the first year of a two-year Kindergarten program.
School office staff may provide you with forms in addition to those below to complete your child's enrollment.
Starting July 1, 2019, Students Admitted at TK/K Need:
- Diphtheria, Tetanus, and Pertussis (DTaP, DTP, Tdap, or Td) — 5 doses
(4 doses OK if one was given on or after 4th birthday. 3 doses OK if one was given on or after 7th birthday.)
- Polio (OPV or IPV) — 4 doses
(3 doses OK if one was given on or after 4th birthday)
- Hepatitis B — 3 doses
- Measles, Mumps, and Rubella (MMR) — 2 doses
(Both given on or after 1st birthday)
- Varicella (Chickenpox) — 2 doses
Exemptions to School Immunizations
Starting July 1, 2019, a parent or guardian must submit a signed, written statement from a physician (MD or DO) licensed in California which states:
- The specific nature of the physical condition or medical circumstance of the child for which a licensed physician does not recommend immunization.
- Each specific required vaccine that is being exempted.
- Whether the medical exemption is permanent or temporary.
If the exemption is temporary, an expiration date no more than 12 calendar months from the date of signing.