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Registration Information

Registration is open Monday – Friday from 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM.

Please contact the site location directly to make an appointment for registration.

For your convenience you can also apply online

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The following documentation is needed to register:

  1. Child’s birth certificate
  2. Child’s immunization records
  3. Child’s medical insurance card
  4. Food Stamp Letter of benefits (if applicable)
  5. Parents’/Guardians’ identification
  6. Three names of emergency contacts with current, working phone numbers (emergency contacts must be 18 years or older)
  7. Proof of income documentation (dated within the last 60 days). Any of the following are accepted:
  • TANF Budget Letter/Recertification Letter
  • Foster care receipt/letter
  • Social Security/SSI benefit Letter
  • Last four Pay Stubs
  • W2 Income Tax Form
  • Support/Child Support letter (notarized)
  • Employment letter on company letterhead and signed with company shield/stamp (or notarized if stamp/shield is not available)
  • If Self-Employed:
  • Business and Personal Income Tax Returns (IRS 1040/Schedules C and SE)
  • Notarized statement of income if self-employed less than 3 months
  1. Proof of residence (dated within the last 60 days). Two documents must be provided. Any of the following are accepted:
  • A residential utility bill (gas or electric) in the resident’s name
  • Documentation on letterhead from a federal, state, or local government agency showing the resident’s name and address
  • An original lease agreement/deed/mortgage statement for the residence
  • A current property tax bill for the residence
  • A water bill for the residence
  • Notarized statement from current landlord

Parent Involvement

The Delegate Agency Policy Committee (DAPC) consists of parent and community representatives and has a shared governance of the program.

We believe that parents are their children’s first and longest lasting teachers.  The more positive involvement that you have in your child’s schooling, the more likely s/he is to be successful and happy in their education
Every site conducts many Parent Engagement activities throughout the year, including Thanksgiving Lunch, Holiday Presentations, Multicultural Events, Mother’s Day Lunch and Moving Up Ceremonies.

A monthly calendar and monthly newsletter highlights all of the activities happening that month. Please contact your child’s teacher to get information regarding specific activities each month.

Parent Workshops

Free workshops for parents are offered at each site; topics include:

  • Nutrition Class
  • Parenting Class
  • Financial Workshops
  • Kindergarten Registration Information Session
  • Asthma Training
  • Behavioral Management Workshop
  • STDs Information Session
  • Autism Information
  • Children’s Health Needs

Parent Volunteers

We love and greatly appreciate volunteers! If you are interested in volunteering, please talk to your child’s classroom teacher and/or Family Worker.

Student Attire

Students should come to school in clothes that allow them to move and participate easily in all activities in the classroom. Classrooms participate in many activities that can be messy (painting, cooking, etc.), so parents should use clothing that washes easily. Clothing must also be weather-appropriate (hats/gloves/boots, etc.).

Students should wear comfortable shoes that allow them to walk and run easily (sneakers preferred). Flip-flops. sandals and heeled shoes are NOT permitted.

We encourage parents to dress students in the school uniform:

  • Boys: Yellow shirt (full-sleeve or polo t-shirt); navy blue pants
  • Girls: Yellow shirt (full-sleeve or polo t-shirt); navy blue pants or jumper