Kindergarten Round-Up 2021

Kindergarten Round-Up 2021 Starts Soon
Posted on 01/22/2021

Kindergarten Registration 

Kindergarten enrollment packets for the following school year are available for pick-up in SACS' elementary school offices beginning February 1, 2021. Please visit your attendance boundary school to pick one up.


Who can register?

Any child residing in the SACS district who attains the age of five on or before October 1, 2021 may enroll in kindergarten for the 2021-2022 school year. 

Ready for Kindergarten?

Kindergarten is an important milestone in a child's life, it's their first step into formal education. As parents/caregivers you may be asking yourself if your child is ready. SACS educators have complied some helpful kindergarten information. Ready for Kindergarten?

Unsure what school your child will attend?

Are you wondering what school your child will attend? SACS is pleased to provide you a link to our Transportation Department's page and resources designed to help you determine your home school.  Click here to Find my School

What's needed to register a student?

In addition to completing the registration packet, the following documents must be provided with the registration paperwork before any student is registered:


What will school look like for students this fall ?

The one thing we know for certain during the COVID-19 pandemic is that information is constantly changing. SACS is planning to welcome all students back to school for in-person learning during the 2021-2022 school year.

To maintain small class sizes and staff next year’s kindergarten classrooms appropriately, we encourage families who plan to enroll their child in kindergarten for the 2021 – 2022 school year to register now. Your registration/contact information will also allow SACS to communicate with you any updates pertaining to the upcoming school year.

SACS' 2021-2022 school year practices,
protocols
 and learning options will be developed with the most current guidance and recommendations from the Allen County Department of Health, Indiana Department of Education, Indiana Department of Health and the Center for Disease Control and Prevention.