GREENWICH, Conn. -- The Greenwich Public Elementary Schools have announced plans to welcome and register incoming fall 2015 kindergarten children and their parents.
The process begins with a kindergarten orientation program for parents at each of the schools on Feb. 18, with a snow date on Feb. 26. Parents are then asked to make an appointment in March for kindergarten registration to verify residency and register incoming kindergartners at their respective schools.
In May, incoming kindergartners are invited to experience kindergarten classrooms in their school on kindergarten visitation day, which is May 12 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
All schools will mail invitations for kindergarten visitation day to families that have registered and/or are otherwise known to the schools as having incoming kindergarten students. Parents or guardians that have a child entering kindergarten in the fall of 2015 who do not receive a letter from the school in their attendance area should contact that school office for information on this process. Children who turn five by Dec. 31, are eligible for kindergarten. Dismissal/buses for this year’s kindergarten classes will be at 12 noon on May 12.
For more information on the registration and residency verification process, please visit the Greenwich Public Schools’ website at www.greenwichschools.org/ .
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