Enrollment Information for Kindergarten

To enroll in our full-day kindergarten program for the 2020-21  school year, your child must be five (5) years of age on or before September 1, 2021. 

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If your child will turn 5 by December 1, 2021, there are tuition-free options available.  Please call 810-455-6007 for more information. 

Kindergarten Parent Orientation

Marysville Public Schools offers a Parent Orientation night for families wishing to enroll their child(ren) into Kindergarten or Developmental Kindergarten for the upcoming school year. Parent Orientation provides valuable information on what to expect when enrolling your child into school. Topics covered will include Kindergarten Assessment, Vision & Hearing Screening, as well as Kindergarten Round-Up information. Parents can attend the virtual session listed below.  A recording of the event will also be made available on this page after the event.   You do not need to reside in the Marysville Public School district to attend.  School of Choice information will also be provided. 

Kindergarten Orientation Presentation Slides

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Kindergarten and Developmental Kg (DK) students need to complete a Kindergarten Screener.  To schedule your child's screening appointment, please use the links below.   If you are applying or plan to apply through Schools of Choice for Fall admission, you can still complete the screener at this time. 

Links to the Kindergarten Screener

Morton Elementary

Gardens Elementary

Washington Elementary


Please return the completed forms to your child's school office. 

District Enrollment Form

Residency Information Form

Home Language Survey

Permission to Place Form
 (to be completed if your child has received Special Education Services)

Immunization Schedule

Immunization Disclosure Consent

Concussion Form

Bus Service Request Form

Preschool Experience & Prior Care Form

Release of Records (please complete if transferring from another Kg program)

Vision and Hearing Screening

vision and hearing imageIf your child will be starting Kindergarten this Fall, please know that Michigan Law requires any child entering school for the first time to have a vision and hearing screening. Don’t delay! Have your child screened today!

Screening is FREE and available at the St. Clair County Health Department, located at 3415 28th Street, Port Huron. 

To schedule an appointment call (810) 987-5300.

Early identification of hearing and vision problems increases a child’s opportunity for academic and social success

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If you have questions, please do not hesitate to contact us!

Gardens Elementary School

Morton Elementary School

Washington Elementary School

Note: During the summer months, please feel free to contact the District Administration Office at 810-455-6007 to have your child placed on an enrollment registration list.  Once the buildings open in mid-August, someone will contact you to complete the enrollment process.

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Kindergarten Orientation - Parent Information Night:

Annually, Marysville Public Schools will hold a Kindergarten Parent Orientation meeting in an effort to provide information to families interested in enrolling their child(ren) into Kindergarten or a Developmental Kg program for the upcoming years.  

If you live in the District and cannot attend the Information night in your neighborhood, please feel free to attend one of the meetings at any of our buildings at the date and times, listed above

If you live outside of the district and are looking to enroll your child into one of the Kindergarten Programs at Marysville Public Schools.  Please plan to attend one of our Parent informational events that is most convenient for your schedule.     

If you are not able to attend any of the parent orientation meetings but are interested in enrolling, please reach out to the elementary school directly for enrollment information. 

More Information on County Schools of Choice