Want to know what school you're zoned for?  Visit the 2016-2017 School Year Boundaries page.

IMPORTANT! Beat the back to school rush!

General Links:

Step 1: Register!

Check with your school for registration days/hours.

Students entering a Florida school for the FIRST TIME, at any grade level, will be asked to present the following items upon registration at the school (please note special conditions in parentheses):

  • current immunization records (See Immunization/Physical requirements for school entry)
  • proof of a physical examination dated and signed by a licensed health professional within the last 12 months
  • Evidence of age (i.e. Birth Certificate. Please see F.S. 1003.21 for a complete list of acceptable documents
  • Social Security number (if available)
  • proof of Florida residency (such as utility bill (i.e. water, electric, gas, etc.), properly executed lease agreement, etc.)
  • copy of student's last report card (if applicable)
  • legal guardianship records (if applicable)

Please note: Students entering kindergarten for the first time must be 5 years of age on or before September 1st. Pre-Kindergarten and Head Start/Early Start programs are available to students who will not make the deadline.

Step 2: Prepare for Day 1

Once registered, you may find it useful to review the following links for additional information relevant to your child's return to class. Before going back-to-school shopping, please remember to call your school or check its web site for supply and wish lists.

Step 3: Stay Involved!

It might sound obvious, but parental involvement during the school year is essential to student success. There are numerous programs and services offered both by the district and third parties designed to help you maximize your involvement in your child's education. Please review the following links for more information, or call the Office for Student Support Programs and Services. We are always available to help you. Remember, quality education requires a community commitment.