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Rescue school district enrollment information

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From page B3 | February 03, 2014 |

Rescue Union School District welcomes regular kindergarten, junior (transitional) kindergarten, new student registration and transfer requests for the 2014-15 school year.

Registration will begin on Wednesday, Feb. 12 at all schools in the district based upon designated boundaries.

To find your school of attendance please check the boundary map at schoolworksgis.com/Rescue/schoollocator.html or contact the district office at 530-677-4461 for assistance.

Enrollment packets and transfer request forms will be available to parents at all school sites beginning Monday, Feb. 3.

Students must be 5 years of age on or before Sept. 1 to enter kindergarten. Students must be 5 years of age on or before Dec. 2 to be eligible for junior kindergarten.

Priority for junior kindergarten will be given to students with their fifth birthdays between Sept. 2 and Dec. 2, however, students who turn 5 between Dec. 3 and March 1, 2015 are eligible to participate in junior kindergarten as they turn 5.

These students will be put on a waiting list in order of birth date and placed on a space available basis.

The following documentation is required for registration: an immunization record, County Certificate of Live Birth (with county seal), proof of district residency (escrow papers, telephone or utility bill, rental agreement). If applicable, signed intradistrict or interdistrict transfer forms and current court orders regarding custody must also be turned in with packets.

Please bring in original documents and the school will make copies. Registration packets will only be accepted with all required documentation and forms.

It is not necessary for immunizations to be complete at the time of registration. Copies will be made of current immunization records at registration and again as completed before the child starts school.

Students (and siblings) attending the Rescue Union School District on a current intradistrict or interdistrict transfer, must renew/submit the application by March 20.

Parents will be notified about specific school placement as soon as it can be ascertained that there is capacity at the requested grade level/school.

If you are interested in the Visual and Performing Arts Program at Jackson Elementary School or the COOL School (a combination on-line/in-class blended learning program for grades third through eighth); information and brochures are available on the district Website. Students must be registered at their home school in the attendance area where they reside. Please visit the district Website at rescueusd.org for additional information including school contact information, maps and forms.

For further information contact Sharon Laurel at 530-672-4810 or slaurel@rescueusd.org.

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