Kindergarten Enrollment & Registration


    Please review the "New to District 200" section first. This page contains a list of all of the documents you need to get your child started in District 200. 

    You'll also need to complete the following forms:
    New Student Enrollment Form
    Home Language Survey Form
    Kindergarten Input Form
    Any child who reaches the age of five (5) on or before September 1st may enter kindergarten at the beginning of the same school year.  

    2020-21 Kindergarten Handbook
    2020-21 Kindergarten Handbook - SPANISH 


    All-Day Kindergarten (ADK) Program

    In addition to the traditional half-day Kindergarten, District 200 offers a tuition-based All-Day Kindergarten (ADK) program. Parents interested in this program will receive information at the Kindergarten Round-up. Due to space limitations, All-Day Kindergarten (ADK) program is a first-come, first-served program. After the initial deposit is paid in June, tuition is due on the first day of each month from August through April.  If fees are not paid within a timely matter, the child will be switched to the 1/2 day program.  
    All-Day Kindergarten (ADK) Interest Form Instruction - English
    All-Day Kindergarten (ADK) Interest Form Instruction - Spanish

    Frequently Asked All-Day Kindergarten Questions

    1.  How much will it cost for my student to attend the All-Day Kindergarten Program? 
    The tuition cost for the All-Day Kindergarten Program is currently $3,600. All students will be required to pay the full amount unless the applicant qualifies through the District Fee Waiver Process which could entitle the student to attend at a pro-rated fee. A fee payment plan has been developed for families who want to pay the tuition throughout the school year. After the initial deposit is paid in June, tuition is due on the first day of each month from August through April.
    2.  How will the All-Day Kindergarten compare to the half-day program? 
    Students in both programs will receive the District 200 Core Kindergarten Curriculum. Students in the All-Day Kindergarten will have extended learning experiences that allow for a more in-depth exploration of the core curriculum.
    3.  What schedule does the All-Day Kindergarten follow? 
    The All-Day Kindergarten Program follows the District 200 attendance calendar and traditional elementary school hours.
    4.  How will students be selected? 
    Students will be signed up on a first-come, first-served basis.

    If you have additional questions that cannot be answered by your home school, please contact Chris Silagi, Assistant Superintendent for Student Services, at 630-682-2019.