Kindergarten Registration by appointment. Please call the school office to set up your time. To begin Kindergarten a child must be five years old by August 1, 2017.
Please bring along:
- birth certificate
- Social Security Card
- immunization card
- proof of residency
- custody information for the child if it applies.
Ohio Law mandates that all children must attend Kindergarten before entering first grade.
From the Ohio Department of Education -- At the beginning of each school year, children in public school kindergarten programs will be assessed using Ohio’s Kindergarten Readiness Assessment. This assessment includes ways for teachers to measure a child’s readiness for engaging with instruction aligned to the kindergarten standards.
Ohio’s Early Learning and Development Standards (birth to kindergarten entry) are the basis for the Kindergarten Readiness Assessment. The Kindergarten Readiness Assessment is used to assess four areas of early learning:
- Social Foundations- including social and emotional development, and approaches toward learning
- Language and Literacy
- Physical Well-being and Motor Development
The Language and Literacy portion of the Kindergarten Readiness Assessment can be used to meet the reading diagnostic assessment requirement of the Third Grade Reading Guarantee. To meet the diagnostic requirement, teachers must complete the Language and Literacy portion by Nov. 1.