1. Request Enrollment Access
2. Submit Enrollment Application
2023-2024 Enrollment Application>> OPEN NOW!
3. Complete Enrollment with your Campus Registrar
* If you need your account information or are experiencing other issues, firstname.lastname@example.org assistance. The email should include your full name, your student’s name(s) and the campus each attends.
Returning families enrolling additional students OR living in a new attendance zone proceed to next step.
Before completing the online enrollment application, you must request enrollment access.
You will need your
Once your request is submitted, you will be emailed a username and password. Please save this email or write down the username and password. This username and password will be used to submit your Online Enrollment Request in step 2.
New families should call their campus and arrange an appointment to complete the enrollment process.
***ATTENTION PRE-KINDERGARTEN FAMILIES***
You may contact your assigned campus beginning on Monday, July 17, 2023, to complete the enrollment process for 2023-2024 Pre-Kindergarten students.
For more information on enrolling a Pre-Kindergarten student, click here.
* If you are enrolling a pre-kindergarten student at Greenwood Forest, Kaiser, Klenk, McDougle, or Nitsch, your student will be attending the Grace England Pre-K Center.
* If you are enrolling a pre-kindergarten student at Eiland or Epps Island, your student will be attending Eiland Elementary School.
ALERT: Nationwide Emergency Alert System Test Taking Place Today
Please be advised that the federal government will conduct a nationwide test of the Emergency Alert System (EAS) and Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA) on Wednesday, October 4, at 1:20 PM Central Time.
What to Expect
All cell phones will receive a text message accompanied by a unique tone and vibration. Radios and televisions will also broadcast a test emergency alert.
Potential Classroom Disruption
We understand that the timing of this test coincides with school hours. Please be prepared for a momentary interruption during class or activities. Teachers and staff are informed and will handle the situation to minimize disruption while ensuring students understand that it is only a test. We also ask parents to share this info with their children so they know the alert is only a test.
Cell Phone: "THIS IS A TEST of the National Wireless Emergency Alert System. No action is needed."
Radio/TV: "This is a nationwide test of the Emergency Alert System, issued by the Federal Emergency Management Agency. This is only a test. No action is required by the public."
This test is part of the federal government's ongoing efforts to ensure the effectiveness of emergency alert systems. No action is needed on your part when you receive this alert.
Thank you for your attention to this important matter.