08-20-13: School registration and class assignments
08-20-13: School registration and class assignments
Posted on 08/20/2013

Registration begins Thursday, August 22 at elementary schools across the district for kindergartners and all other elementary students new to the Puyallup School District.

 

Registration hours vary by school. Contact local elementary schools to determine registration times.

 

To register students for kindergarten and first grade, parents should bring a copy of the child’s immunization record, a birth certificate, and proof of address such as a lease agreement or utility bill.Image

 

To register students in grades two through six, parents should bring the child’s immunization record, a last report card, and proof of address such as a lease agreement or utility bill.

 

For more information about elementary registration, call (253) 435-6726.

 

Classroom assignments for new and returning elementary students

 

 

Elementary students who attended district schools in the 2012-13 school year or who registered early in the summer as students new to the district will be notified of their classroom teacher and room number through postcards mailed on August 28.

 

Parents are advised to contact the school if they have not received the postcard by August 31.

 

New junior high school students

 

 

Parents may register junior high students new to the district by calling the junior high school in their attendance area for specific registration information and to make an appointment to meet with a counselor after August 13.

 

For more information about junior high school registration, call (253) 840-8971.

 

New high school students

 

 

Parents may register their high school students who are new to the district by calling the high school in their attendance area for specific registration information and to make an appointment to meet with a counselor.

 

For more information about high school registration, call (253) 841-8796.

 

The following documents are required when registering junior high and high school students:

 

• Immunization record

• Transcript or last report card

• Withdrawal information from the previous school

• Proof of address such as a utility bill or a lease agreement

• Individualized Education Plan (IEP) if the student receives special services