Deer Lakes

School District

Online Kindergarten Registration

With the new calendar year well underway, it is time to start planning for all that 2019 may have in store.  If your child is turning five years-old this year, and his or her birthday is no later than Sept. 1, 2019, it is time to begin planning for Kindergarten.

Deer Lakes School District uses an online student registration program which allows parents and guardians to input the student information right from the comfort of their own living room, office, public library, or any other web-hosted location. New students of all ages must reside within the school district geographic boundaries at the time of registration.

To register your student at Deer Lakes, simply click here.  You can also do it by logging onto our website, Under the Schools tab at the top choose Curtisville Primary Center, then Online Registration.  There you will find step-by-step directions for enrolling your student into our system.

All students who are new to Deer Lakes will use the new student online registration process.  If you already have children in our schools, you are already a part of our student information system. Therefore, after you login to Family Access, please select the option labeled, New Student Online Enrollment.

While completing the student registration, you will be asked to upload attachments of the birth certificate, proof of immunization, proof of residence, and photo identification. For your convenience, it may be helpful if you have prepared the required documents before starting the online registration process.

In April, you should expect to receive a postcard with a specific date and time for you and your child to join us for orientation and screening. The screening will provide us with data regarding your child’s readiness for kindergarten.

Should you have any questions, please reach out to Curtisville principal, Mrs. Jennifer Cavalancia or school secretary, Lori Misera at 724-265-5340.  They are always happy to point you in the right direction.

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