Kindergarten Registration Information

Kindergarten Registration Information


Kindergarten Registration

Kindergarten Registration will be held in the Carbondale Area School District on Wednesday May 8th, Wednesday May 15th, and Wednesday May 22nd.   Registrations will be taken at the Carbondale Area Elementary School Building by calling for an appointment, with Mrs. Lasavage or Mrs. Osborne at 844-330-2273 option 5. It is required that a Birth Certificate is presented at the time of registration.  Children must be five (5) years of age before September 1, 2019.  A record of immunization must also accompany each child.  The following immunizations are required:

4          Combination vaccines (diphtheria and tetanus) 4th dose must be administered after the child’s 4th birthday.

3          Oral polio vaccines

2          Each – Mumps, Measles, and Rubella

3          Hepatitis B (timeline for complete immunizations take approximately eight (8) month

2          Varicella (Chicken Pox) proof of immunity from vaccination, history of disease or laboratory testing 

            Private Physical and Dental Exam

Questions concerning Kindergarten registration should be directed to Mrs. Lasavage and Mrs. Osborne, at 844-330-2273 option 5.  It is also requested that Parents, who plan to transfer their children from other schools for the next school year (2019-2020), please register at this time.

Parents are also required to present three (3) proofs of residency demonstrating that the child’s parent, guardian, or legal custodian lives in the district.

They may present three (3) of the following items.

  • Deed, mortgage, or lease agreement
  • Driver’s license
  • Motor vehicle registration
  • Two utility bills dated within the past 30 days
  • Voter registration
  • Tax statement – Required for Kindergarten registration
  • Court order
  • Sworn affidavit


Students cannot be enrolled if they do not meet age requirements.

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