Community Education Enrollment Information

Community Education Enrollment

2017-2018 Registration Forms

SY1718 Community Education Application

SY1718 Handbook Community Education

Emergency Blue Card.pdf

Developmental check list



​Note:  Even though you may have completed these forms for the school they are still required to be completed for our community education programs.

Enrollment Process

The process to enroll students may take up to three days.  Students will not be able to attend their enrolled program until they have been notified their registration is completed.  All forms, documents, and payments must be received in order to begin a program.


First Things First Preschool Scholarships

ASSETS, School Age before and after care

Community Education Application

Emergency Contact Card

PHLOTE (Language Survey)

McKinney-Vento Form

Student Health Survey

Developmental Survey

EIS Authorization (Technology)

Parent Handbook Acknowledgment

Birth Certificate

Proof of Residency

Immunization Record

State assistance notice dated in the past 6 months or prior year tax return and one full month of current pay stub for each working parent/guardian or letter stating unemployed


First Things First Application

All documents listed under preschool.

Community Education Application

Emergency Contact Card

Immunization Record

Parent Handbook Acknowledgement

Department of Economic Security Child Care Subsidies

Possible Additional Documentation, All Programs

Authorization from Case Worker

DES Payment Worksheet

Copy of parent/guardian(s) driver license

Medication Authorization, Individual Education Plan, 504 Plan, Custody Documents, immunization waiver, medical statements of special medical needs/allergies/dietary needs.

Early Head Start

Families participating in Early Head Start need to qualify through the Early Head Start grantee. They may require additional documentation beyond our program. Please contact 623-388-2120 for additional information.