2020-21 New Student Registration

2020-21 New Student Registration
student enrollment 2020-21We encourage you to register your child as soon as possible, to help us determine our facility needs for the 2020-2021 school year.

Registration is now open online or by appointment. Families need to do one of the following:

Continue reading for additional information about registering your child for TK-5th grade.

If you have any question, call our Office at (760) 290-2888.
TK and Kindergarten
 
Many of our schools fill their Kindergarten classes quickly. It is imperative that parents enroll as soon as possible to ensure a spot for your child at your school.

Kindergarten is available for students who turn 5 years old on or before September 1st.

Please note per Board Policy: Transitional Kindergarten is only available for students whose birthday is between September 2 to December 2.

Only these birthdays will be accepted for this program.

Go to the Transitional Kindergarten page, if you have further questions regarding this program.  https://www.smusd.org/Page/13792


For all grade levels:

Registration packets must be picked up by parent/guardian at your home school.

Listed below are registration requirements:

State Education Code requirements (prior to entry into school)

  1. Birth Certificate: Children must be five years old on or before September 1, 2020, to be eligible for Kindergarten (Birthdays between September 2nd and December 2nd are eligible for Transitional Kindergarten)
  2. Immunization Records: State law requires that an immunization document be completed. NOTE: Children must be immunized even if they are not yet five years old in order to start in August 2020
  3. Health Physical Examination: All students enrolling are also required to have a "Report Of Health Check-Up For School Entry" form prior to the start of school. If your child has a physical prior to February 2020 a second physical will be necessary prior to entry into the 1st grade. If you are unable to obtain a health check-up prior to registration, written proof of an appointment from a physician is required. Your packet will not be considered complete without proof of an appointment
  4. Dental Health Assessment: California law, Education Code Section 4945.8, now requires that your child have an oral assessment (dental check-up) by their first day of class in school. Dental assessments completed up to 12 months before your child enters school also meet this requirement. If you are unable to obtain a dental check-up prior to registration, written proof of an appointment from a dentist is required. Your packet will be not be considered complete without proof of an appointment
  5. Proof of Residency: All students enrolling in San Marcos schools are required to present two documents as proof of residency within the specified attendance area of the San Marcos Unified School District. If you reside with someone and utilities are not in your name, an Affidavit of Residence is required along with two appropriate documents