Published on February 3rd, 2016 | by Millennium Magazine Staff0
Richland One Announces New Pre-K Registration Process for 2016-2017 School Year
Starting March 1, families seeking to enroll their children in Richland One’s 2016-2017 pre-kindergarten programs for four-year-olds will apply online.
A link will be placed on the district’s website at www.richlandone.org when enrollment opens on March 1. The registration form can be completed using a computer, tablet or smartphone. If parents do not have access to a computer, they can go to the Lyon Street Student Services Center at 1310 Lyon Street (room A-4), where staff will assist them with registering online.
Prior to registering their children online in March, parents must still attend a required information meeting. At the information meeting, families who bring copies of the following documentation will receive a screening appointment:
- Child’s long-form birth certificate
- Child’s immunization certificate
- Two proofs of residence (lease or mortgage statement and a utility bill
or a shared household document)
- Proof of income (child’s Medicaid card or parent’s paycheck stub)
Children considered for the program must be four years old on or before September 1, 2016. Families who meet the federal guidelines for free and reduced-price lunch are given priority placement. Parents who need additional information should contact the Department of Early Childhood Education at 231-6709.
Richland One Announces New Online Registration Process
for 2016-2017 School Year
Starting March 1, Richland One will begin an online student registration process for the 2016-2017 school year. Parents of new students, as well as students currently attending district schools, will register online for the 2016-2017 school year.
The new online registration process will make it easier and quicker for parents to enroll their children and update their address, phone number and other contact information. The new system will limit duplication of forms completed by parents/guardians as well as visits to the school to submit paperwork. Parents can complete the registration process using a computer, tablet or smartphone. District schools and the Registrar’s Office will make computers available for parents and guardians without Internet access; paper forms also will be available, if needed.
The district will provide additional details about the new online registration process in the coming weeks. Media inquiries should be directed to the Richland One Office of Communications at 231-7504 or 231-7510.