Enrollment and On-Line Registration
ENROLLMENTS FOR THE 2019-2020 SCHOOL YEAR WILL BEGIN JUNE 10, 2019 .
2019-2020 AFFIDAVIT OF RESIDENCY ENROLLMENTS WILL BEGIN JULY 1, 2019.
Returning Student Online Registration
A postcard will be sent in early July notifying you of when Returning Student Registration begins. You will complete Returning Student Registration in your Parent Portal Account. After logging in, click Returning Student Registration on the lower left of page for the 19-20 School Year.
New Student Enrollment
We are excited to welcome new students to our schools!
Parents will begin registration for a new student by creating an account and completing the new registration form at New Student Registration Portal. This should be done prior to their registration appointment to speed up the appointment. Proof of residency will be determined at appointment.
For Current School Year Enrollment (19-20)
New K-12 Students: After completing the new registration form, parents of K-12 students should schedule an enrollment appointment by clicking here: Time to Sign Up to access the Time To Sign Up appointment book. From there you will sign up for an enrollment appointment with the Student Service's Office.
New Early Childhood Preschool Students: Students entering preschool should CLICK HERE for enrollment information or contact Michelle Doering at (314)-213-8105.
Enrollment will begin June 10, 2019 for New Student Enrollments and July 1, 2019 for Affidavit of Residency Enrollments or Renewals, or other Special Enrollments. Please sign up for an appointment on Time to Sign Up on or after the appropriate date.
ROOM 130 - Affidavit of Residency Enrollments and Renewals, Special Enrollments
ROOM 127 - New Student Enrollments not on an Affidavit of Residency or other Special Enrollment
Information Needed to Enroll
In order to enroll a student in the Pattonville School District, the parent or court-appointed legal guardian of the student must provide the following items:
- Certified Birth Certificate Kindergartners must be 5 years old on or before July 31. First-graders must be 6 years old on or before July 31.
- Immunization Records State law and the St. Louis County Department of Health require certain immunizations to attend school. The school nurse will review the record and advise parents if additional immunizations will be needed before the first day of school.
- Photo ID of Parent/ Legal Guardian A driver's license or any other state ID is acceptable as well as a passport.
- Proof of Residency- Please Click on the link below that applies to your living situation to view what documents you will need.
2019-2020 Kindergarten Registration
Kindergarten registration begins February 27th in the board room at the Pattonville Learning Center. Please visit our transportation page to find your student's school -Transportation. Registration after February 27th will take place in the Student Services office at the Pattonville Learning Center by appointment only. If you are enrolling a Kindergartner for the 2019-2020 school year with an Affidavit of Residency, we will not be accepting enrollments until July 1, 2019.
Enrollment Office Policies
- Occupancy Permits will not be accepted in lieu of leases.
- Past due and disconnection notices are not acceptable forms of proof of residency.
- Failure to have the required documentation (leases, utilities, etc...) at the time of your appointment will result in a rescheduling of your child's registration.
- We cannot wait to accept faxes during your appointment time. If you need to fax an enrollment document to our office call at least a week before your appointment.
- Please bring ONLY the required documents listed on the website.
If you will need an interpreter, please schedule your appointment two weeks in advance and call the Student Services Office at 314-213-8090 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for an interpreter to be setup for you.
Exceptional Attendance - (only applies to district residents)
The Pattonville Board of Education establishes attendance boundaries for each of the schools in the district. The attendance boundaries are established to balance the enrollment of students throughout the district and to utilize the available space in the facilities in the most efficient manner. Generally, students will attend the school to which their geographic area is assigned.
The Board recognizes that there may be some families who desire to have their children attend a school outside of their attendance boundary. The Board has established the Exceptional Attendance Policy to govern the assignment of students to schools other than their normal attendance center. Review the Exceptional Attendance Application if you are interested in applying for Exceptional Attendance please fill out this form.
Special Situation Enrollments
If a student is being enrolled under Foster Care or by the non biological parent the guardian must make an appointment with Student Services and bring documentation from the foster care agency or court documentation that shows the child is in their care . After the required documents have been submitted they will be reviewed by the Director of Student Services. You will be notified of an enrollment decision after the required reviews have been made.
Remington Traditional School Lottery
If you would like your student to attend Remington Traditional School you will need to prove residency and enroll at your student's home school. After you have enrolled them into their home school and proven residency you may fill out a Remington Lottery Application on the Remington homepage- Remington Traditional School. You will be notified by Remington if you have been accepted by the end of the summer.
Because virtual instruction can be an effective education option for some students, there may be courses available either through a district-provided virtual option or through the Missouri Course Access Program (MOCAP).
Prior to enrolling in a virtual or online course interested individuals should consider if the student possesses the skills and attitudes necessary for success:
- The student has demonstrated time-management skills that indicate the student is capable of submitting assignment and completing course requirements without reminders.
- The student has demonstrated persistence in overcoming obstacles and willingness to seek assistance when needed.
- The student has demonstrated verbal or written communication skills that would allow the student to succeed in an environment where the instructor may not provide nonverbal cues to support the student’s understanding.
- The student has the necessary computer or technical skills to succeed in a virtual course.
- The student has access to technology resources to participate in a virtual course.
- Consideration of the student’s previous success (or struggle) in virtual coursework.
Contact a guidance counselor to make an appointment to begin the enrollment process. The guidance counselor will assist the student and/or the parents/guardians to ensure that the course is consistent with academic and personal goals.
Pattonville School District contracts with multiple course vendors to provide a wide variety of options that best meet the educational needs of our students. Available course vendors include:
Mizzou K-12 Online http://mizzouk12online.missouri.edu
Missouri Course Access Program (MOCAP) https://mocap.mo.gov
Legal Notice regarding Virtual Instruction/Missouri Course Access Program (MOCAP) Legal Notice
For additional information regarding virtual/online courses, please refer to school board-approved policies IGCD: Virtual Courses and JEA: Compulsory Attendance Ages and Part-Time Attendance. Board-approved policies can be found on the district web site at https://www.psdr3.org/admin/school_board/