Registration is open now through Friday

Registration is open now through Friday

Parents in the Tahoma School District can now register their children for kindergarten

Starting today, Monday, Jan. 22 through Friday, Jan. 26 kindergarten registration is now open at all elementary schools in the Tahoma School District.

For those families that completed the online preregistration, a packet should have been mailed out.

Parents who did not preregister online are asked to pick up their child’s packet at their elementary school.

The information inside the packets may be completed at home and should be returned anytime during the registration week.

Their child’s birth certificate and proof of residency is also required when returning the packet. The proof of residency can be a utility bill, home purchase agreement or a lease agreement.

If you are uncertain about what elementary school your child will attend, visit Select the top map and then input your home address.

Any questions about registration can be directed to the registrar at your child’s school.

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