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Kindergarten Registration 2021

 
 
KINDERGARTEN AND PRE-K ENROLLMENT INFORMATION
 

To be eligible for kindergarten enrollment, your child must be 5 years of age by August 15, 2021.

Online registration will begin on April 12.  

 

It is important for parents to register their children for kindergarten during pre-registration if possible so schools can plan for the number of children to ensure an orderly beginning of the school year.


Pre- K and Kindergarten registration opens April 12, 2021.  To register, please use the link below;

 

Online Enrollment LInk

 

For assistance with or questions regarding registration, please contact the Roy Waldron Annex building at 615-904-6735.

 

NEW PRE-K STUDENTS
 
Pre- K registration opens April 12, 2021. Pre-K Application/Registration may be completed via the online application (English — Spanish — Arabicor go to Eagleville School, Kittrell Elementary, Walter Hill Elementary or John Colemon Elementary depending on choice location, to pick up a paper application packet.  Application packets must be turned in to the same location. 


For questions about pre-kindergarten options and eligibility, please visit the Voluntary Pre-K Info page or contact Jamie Hubbard in the instruction department at 615-893-5812.

 

 
 
Rutherford County Schools utilizes a 5-day phase-in period at the beginning of the school year for kindergarteners. After registration, the parent will receive a schedule showing when their child will be in school for the phase-in period. At the end of the phase-in period, all kindergarten students attend a full day of school every day for the remainder of the school year.
 
GENERAL REGISTRATION INFORMATION (ALL GRADES)

Documents parents should have for registration:

  • Birth certificate or other official record of birth (TN birth certificates can be obtained by calling the Rutherford County Health Department at 615-898-7880)
  • Tennessee Department of Health Certificate of Immunization* 
  • Proof of residence **
  • Current proof of custody of the child if parents are divorced, separated or unmarried.
 

*A list of all health requirements can be found HERE. To get a Tennessee Department of Health Certificate of Immunization, parents should contact their child's health care provider or the Health Department to schedule an appointment for a kindergarten physical. At that time, any additional shots that may be needed will be given to meet state requirements for entrance into school and a Certificate of Immunization will be issued.

** Proof of residence is current utility bills – electric, gas or water – with the parent's name and address printed on it. If parents have not been living at the residence long enough to have a utility bill, a lease on a house or apartment will be accepted, or you can get a statement from the utility company showing you have started service at the specific address.

Detailed information on immunizations can be found HERE.