The information below is designed to answer frequently asked questions about the school registration process for incoming kindergarten students.
Children who are at least 5 years old as of December 1, 2020 may be eligible for enrollment. In addition, children seeking to enroll must be residents of the District. Generally, a student is resident of the place that his/her parent(s) reside.
What information is necessary for Kindergarten Screening?
1. Proof of Age: Original documentation of birth, in the form of an original, state-issued birth certificate, baptismal certificate or passport.
2. Proof of Residency:
It is the duty of the administration of Stillwater Central Schools to establish clear guidelines for the registration of new students. In an effort to ensure that all students are properly placed, we ask that parents/guardians prove residency.
3. Official immunization record signed by a physician or clinic staff.
4. Custody papers, if applicable. If the student is not the biological child, documentation must be presented which proves a permanent and total transfer of custody and control has been achieved.
Only documents using the student’s legal name (the name that appears on the original birth certificate or name change document) will be included in the student’s official record.