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JPS holding kindergarten, first-grade registration in January

Jamestown Public Schools is holding registration for children entering kindergarten and first grade in the 2016-17 year next week.Parents should call 252-1950 to set up an appointment to register their kindergarten student, who is eligible if tur...

Jamestown Public Schools is holding registration for children entering kindergarten and first grade in the 2016-17 year next week.
Parents should call 252-1950 to set up an appointment to register their kindergarten student, who is eligible if turning age 5 by Aug. 1, 2016. Registration will be from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. by appointment only from Jan. 4-22 at the district administrative office, 207 2nd Ave. SE.
The kindergarten program is a district-wide program. Students may be required to attend the kindergarten program in a school other than their neighborhood school.
School assignments will be made in June 2016, with notification by mail.
Parents are requested to bring the child’s certified birth certificate. The child’s certified birth certificate is required before permanent registration can be completed.
Parents should bring a copy of their child’s certified immunization records. State law requires children to be properly immunized before they can attend school.
First-grade registration
Parents/guardians of children residing in the Jamestown Public School District who will be age 6 by Aug. 1, 2016, and who have not attended kindergarten in JPS should contact call 252-1950 to set up a registration appointment from Jan. 25-29.
Bring the child’s certified birth certificate, which is required before permanent registration can be completed. Parents should also bring a copy of the child’s certified immunization records. State law requires immunizations before attending school.

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