• Online Kindergarten Registration for the 2022-2023 school year begins Monday, January 24, 2022! 

    Students turning 5 on or before September 1, 2022 qualify to register for Kindergarten.

2022-23 Registration

    Children who turn 5, with birth dates from September 2, 2016 - September 1, 2017, can now register for Kindergarten placement for the 2022-2023 school year.
    **Please take a moment and view the 2022-2023 TK Schools & Feeder Schools**
    - Transitional Kindergarten is available for students who turn 5 after the Kindergarten cut-off date. TK students turn 5 from September 2, 2022, through February 2, 2023, are eligible for the 22-23 school year which starts on August 17, 2022.
    ETK: The FSUSD Governing Board has granted “ETK” (Early TK) placement eligibility for younger students outside of the TK requirements, who turn 5 within the school year if space is available, and after all of the official state “qualified” TK students within the district have been placed. ETK eligibility requires students to have birth dates from 2/3/18 to 6/9/18.
    ETK WAITING LIST: At a parent’s request, an ETK age-qualified child will be added to the district-managed ETK WAITING LIST by the resident school site staff, for TK classroom placement consideration, after the school year starts.
    The Elementary Education Department will directly notify parents by phone, if space becomes available, with no guarantee of placement.
    1. The new online registration form will have the new 2022-2023 school year drop-down to select for registration. 
    2. Using a computer or laptop, click forward to "General Registration" and follow instructions to complete the form, and upload necessary documents.
    3. Once the form has been submitted electronically, immediately contact your school office of registration, to complete the final registration process.

Student Overflow Info

  • Due to the high number of students in your child’s grade, there is a possibility that your child may be overflowed to another school. This procedure will take place according to Board Policy 5116 under School Attendance Boundaries, which states, “the Superintendent or designee may place some students in a school outside of their attendance area in order to alleviate overcrowding. Parents/guardians of students who are attending schools outside of their attendance area shall be notified of the school their child will be attending as soon as possible. If available, transportation shall be provided for such students.” The District understands that this transition may be difficult for some parents and students. But, please be assured that your child’s educational needs, as well as his/her safety, are the District’s number one priority.

    Once a determination has been made, you will receive notification from the school site as to when the transition will take place and transportation will begin. Each day, your child will be bussed from his or her school site to a site with available space in his/her particular grade. As space becomes available at your child’s home school, your child will return to his/her site of attendance.

    If you have any questions, please contact our office at 399-5041.