The District has recently implemented a new Online Enrollment process. For families who are new or returning to the District, please follow the steps below. (For families, who are currently active in the District and enrolling another child, please log into Family Access to enroll the new student online.) Before beginning online enrollment, parents are advised to have the following documents available to upload into the application. The process will take approximately 20-30 minutes; Parents can save as they go and do not have to complete it all in one sitting.
- Official birth certificate or passport
- Proof of Residency is required (copy of utility bill, rental agreement, etc.)
- Custody/Court Order if student is living with someone other than those named on the birth certificate
- Documents from previous school such as report card, transcript, withdrawal form, etc. (if applicable)
- Completed Certificate of Immunization (CIS) form (See Immunization Requirements)
To begin: click on the new Online Enrollment process.
For questions about enrollment, refer to the school registrar. (When schools are closed in the summer, contact the District Office at 425-831-8000.)
Starting February 1, 2017, through March, families can begin enrolling students in Kindergarten for the 2017-18 school year using the new online enrollment process (see above). In addition, all Snoqualmie Valley elementary schools will host two Kindergarten Enrollment events on March 7 at 1:30-3 p.m. and 6-7:30 p.m., which parents are encouraged to attend. Families will be able to meet Kindergarten teachers, schedule a "screener" assessment, and ask questions. View the flyer.
registering for Kindergarten, students will automatically be placed the
full-day program. While the full-day program is recommended for
students, parents may contact their school to request a half-day program
- Full-Day Kindergarten: As a district, Full-Day Kindergarten is offered to all students free-of-charge to parents. All students who turn five years of age by August 31 are eligible for the state-funded full-day program. The Snoqualmie Valley School District believes in the Full-Day Kindergarten model as a holistic approach that will set students up for success in school and their future endeavors.
- Half-Day Kindergarten: In addition, Half-Day Kindergarten is available for families who prefer this option. Parents who are in a position to offer their child support at home and complement what their child experiences during the half day they attend kindergarten are best suited for this option. Half-day students will be placed in a full-day kindergarten classroom at their home school and go home midway through the day. Parents who opt to enroll their students in a half-day schedule versus the full-day program will undertake the responsibility of supplementing their child’s academic and social-emotional experiences in order to best prepare him/her for their transition to 1st grade. Kindergarten teachers will work to meet each child’s individual needs during the time they are present at school, however, the afternoon instructional time and subject matter that half-day students miss will become the responsibility of the parent. Parents who choose the half-day program will need to transport their student home mid-day.
Students should live within
the attendance boundary of a school in order to enroll. To verify which school your student will attend, based on your home address, visit the District Maps webpage. (Check out the new transportation tool called E-Link which helps families verify their student's school and the school bus stop location nearest to their home address.) Contact the Transportation Department at Transoffice@svsd410.org or call 425-831-8020, for questions.
If a student in the District wants to attend a school outside of their attendance boundary, a request for intradistrict transfer must be submitted for consideration each year. Space must be available at the receiving school. Intradistrict transfer forms are available at each school building and the Snoqualmie Valley School District Office.
Washington State Law RCW28A.210.080 requires school age children to receive specific immunizations in order to attend school. Proof of immunizations from a family physician or local health department is required. The parent/guardian needs to transfer this information to a Certificate of Immunization (CIS) form and sign the certificate to verify its accuracy. See the state Immunization Requirements.
Consent for Exchange of Information
If a student is transferring from another school, the parent or guardian must give their consent to transfer records from the student’s previous school. Parents will need the name, address, and phone number of the previous school to upload into the application.
Transcript or Academic History
Students transferring from another school should have their academic records to upload. The application will also ask if the student has been in any special programs in their previous school.
Learning by Choice
For information on the various enrollment options for students and parents/guardians in Washington State, read the Learning by Choice guide published each year by the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI).