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Kindergarten Enrollment & Checklist

Our enrollment office is currently closed. Please send your forms via email to Adam Mazzara, mazzaraa@stillwaterschools.org.

Now enrolling kindergarten students for next school year (2021-2022):

Kindergarten Enrollment Form - English
Kindergarten Enrollment Form - Spanish
Alternate School Attendance Application
Minnesota Language Survey (Must Complete)


Interested in the Spanish Immersion program, Amigos Unidos?
Learn more.

Join us for a virtual Kindergarten Orientation on February 26

Afton-Lakeland Flyer 2021-2022 
Andersen Flyer 2020-21 
Brookview Flyer 2020-21
Lake Elmo - English Flyer 2020-21
Lake Elmo - Spanish Flyer 2020-21
Lily Lake Flyer 2020-21
Rutherford Flyer 2020-21
Stonebridge Flyer 2020-21


Follow this checklist to be sure your child is ready for their first day.

Take a (virtual) School Tour
To keep our students and staff safe during the day, we’re not able to offer in-person tours of our school this year. Instead, you can explore our building and learn more about what we have to offer as part of our virtual tour

First Time Kindergarten Parent Meeting
Join us for a free Zoom meeting to learn how to best support your child as you help them prepare for kindergarten. Parent educators will share important information to make sure your child is ready for kindergarten and answer any questions you may have. A panel of parents and teachers will also offer helpful tips about planning for a smooth transition to elementary school.

Submit Your Kindergarten Enrollment Form and Birth Certificate
The Kindergarten 2021-2022 Enrollment Form, Minnesota Language Survey and Birth Certificate (or other proof of age) must be submitted in person or by mail to the Enrollment Office at Central Services, 1875 South Greeley Street, Stillwater, MN 55082, by January 15.

Have your child screened
If you haven't done so already, make an appointment for an Early Childhood Screening which is required by the state in order to start kindergarten.

Join us for a (virtual) Kindergarten Orientation on February 26.
A letter will be coming to you in early February with more details about this special online event designed to answer all of your questions about the year ahead and give your child a sneak peek into life as a kindergartener. 

NEW THIS YEAR! Attend the Kindergarten Experience in early May 
Bring your child to school for an in-person experience with our kindergarten teachers and their future classmates. They’ll play games, create projects and “practice” being a kindergartener! Watch for more details coming out this spring.

Submit Health and Immunization Forms
If you haven't done so already, submit the School Health Examination Form (to be completed by your child's doctor) and a Student Immunization Form to your child's school at least one week prior to the start of school. These forms must be submitted before your child will be allowed to attend school.

Participate in Ready, Set, Go (RSG) Conferences on one of the two days prior to the first day of school. Parents tell us the RSG conferences make going to school on the first day easier for their kids. Your child will get to  know their new teacher, spend some time in the classroom, and be all set to start the year off right.

Interested in the Spanish Immersion program at Lake Elmo Elementary? Learn more.