Enrollment

Enrollment Form (PDF) How to Enroll (English PDF)  (Spanish PDF)
Opt Out Form (PDF) Formulario de Optar para Excluirse (PDF)
2013-14 Middle School Program Planning Guide (PDF) 2013-14 High School Program Planning Guide (PDF)
Escuela Secundaria Guia de Planeacion de Programa 2013-14 (PDF) Guia para Planeacion de Programa 2013-14 (PDF)
2014-15 Middle School Program Planning Guide (PDF)  2014-15 High School Program Planning Guide (PDF)
Escuela Secundaria Guia de Planeacion de Programa 2014-15 (PDF)  Guia para Planeacion de Programa 2014-15 (PDF)

 

Residence

Only students residing in the Olathe School District are eligible for enrollment.

Age Requirements

The requirement for a child's first enrollment in a Kansas school is governed by state law and the school district cannot exercise any deviations from the law. In essence the law provides:

  • A child must be 5 years of age on or before August 31 of the current year to enter kindergarten.
  • A child must be 6 years of age on or before August 31 of the current year to enter the first grade.
  • A certified copy of a child's birth certificate must be presented to the school upon first entrance to school.

Entrance Requirements

Eligibility Requirements

Whenever a child is enrolled in an Olathe district school for the first time, the parent/guardian is required to provide proof of the child's identity. "Proof of Identity" is defined differently for different grade levels.

A child enrolling in kindergarten or first grade:

  • A certified copy of the birth certificate of the child, or
  • As an alternative for the child in the custody of the Secretary of Social and Rehabilitation Services, a certified copy of the court order placing the child in the custody of the secretary.
  • In the absence of a certified copy of birth certificate for the child in kindergarten or first grade, any document which reasonably tends to establish the age of the child will be accepted as temporary proof of identity.

A student enrolling in Grades 2-12:

  • A certified copy of birth certificate of child, or
  • A certified transcript of school records, or
  • Actual school records from sending school, or
  • A hospital birth certificate.

NOTE: If proof of identity is not presented to the school district within 30 days after enrollment, written notice will be given immediately to a law enforcement agency having jurisdiction within the home county of the school. Upon receipt of the written notice, the law enforcement agency shall conduct an investigation to determine the identity of the child.

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Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) affords parents and students over 18 years of age certain rights with respect to the student's education records.

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