Carson City schools’ registration begins Monday

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Student registration for the Carson City School District opens Monday with all pre-kindergarten, kindergarten, new and returning student updates and registrations. To be admitted into kindergarten, all students must be 5 years old by Thursday, Aug. 1.

The school district uses Infinite Campus for its student data information system. Parents and families of new and current students will use online registration through IC to provide and update student information.

Through IC, parents are able to verify all student demographic, emergency and medical information for their child prior to the start of the new school year. The school sites need the most up-to-date family, address, phone, medical information and permissions from parents for students so that they can participate in field trips and other school-related activities as well as have media releases for photographs or videos of them participating in various school functions.

Contact your neighborhood school for more information:

•          Bordewich Bray Elementary, 775-283-2400

•          Empire Elementary, 775-283-1100

•          Fremont Elementary, 775-283-1200

•          Fritsch Elementary, 775-283-1400

•          Mark Twain Elementary, 775-283-1000

•          Seeliger Elementary, 775-283-2200

To review school boundaries, check the district’s website at and click on “School Attendance Zones” under the “Parents” tab or click here to view the CCSD School Site Locator on the district’s website. Click here to view it in Spanish.

Parents are invited to visit their child’s prospective school in person between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. to provide the following required documents to register.

•          Birth certificate.

•          Immunization records (including Hepatitis A & B, DTAP, MMR, IPV & Varicella). Please contact your physician’s office to ensure compliancy for school.

•          Proof of residency in Carson City (utility bill, mortgage or rental papers, voter registration, etc.).

Additionally, elementary schools in the Carson City School District will host “Ready to Rock Kinder,” a summer school development assessment for all students planning to attend kindergarten this fall. The 12-day program, from 8:30 to 11:45 a.m. Tuesdays through Thursdays, June 5-27, will focus on kindergarten readiness and will allow parents and teachers to discuss school readiness and activities to help children be “Ready to Rock Kinder.”

The kindergarten readiness program will begin 8 to 10 a.m. Tuesday, June 4 with a “Parent and Me” kickoff at which parents will experience the first day of the readiness program with their student. At the conclusion of the program, parent-teacher conferences will be held June 28 to discuss and support school readiness. Space for the summer program is limited. To reserve a spot for a student planning to attend kindergarten this year, sign up at the school the child will attend. Locations might change based on student enrollment.

Students must be registered at a Carson City School District school prior to attending the readiness program. Bus transportation might be available. A daily snack will be provided or parents can send a snack. Readiness reports and activities to help children be “Ready to Rock Kinder” will be provided at the parent-teacher conferences.

Finally, children who will be 4 years old on or before Aug. 1 and whose family qualifies under the federal household income guidelines can apply for the district’s pre-kindergarten program for the 2024-25 school year. In addition to the above required documents, families registering for pre-kindergarten also will need proof of income, including the last three paystubs of each working parent in the household or their 2023 tax return. Applications for pre-k in Carson City can be submitted beginning Monday, March 4 at the pre-k office in Student Support Services at 710 W. Fourth St., 775-283-2350. Parents should direct any pre-k inquiries to the Pre-K Office, 775-283-2350.


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