Enrollment FAQs

How to enroll a new MVWSD student

Current students will confirm enrollment via email

 
ALL NEW students (including incoming Kindergarten students): Open Enrollment is from January 8 - February 2, 2018, by APPOINTMENT ONLY.Go to here to schedule an appointment now.

Incoming Kinders: The District's Kinder Info Night will take place on November 29. School Information Nights and Visitations will be held around that time. This is a good opportunity for new families to learn about the specific schools and/or specific programs. Please click here, "Enrollment Presentations" at the bottom left of page for specific schools and dates.

Current students K-5th grade: Parents will be required to complete an Online Student Intent Survey through InfoSnap. You will receive the survey and password via email February 13 - 17. Please make sure the school office has your current email address on file.

How do I register a new student or a kindergartner?
MVWSD Open Enrollment 2017-18 will be from January 6 - February 3, 2018.  All registrations are by APPOINTMENT ONLY at the District Office, 750-A San Pierre Way, Monday-Friday 8:00am – 4:00pm. Click here to make your appointment after Nov. 2. Click here on "how to register," (bottom, left of page) for the steps and documentation needed.

Frequently Asked Questions about the Registration Process
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How can I learn more about how to register a new student?

The District will hold a Kindergarten Information Night on November 29. There are also school/program-specific meetings held around that time. Please click here, "Enrollment Presentations" at the bottom left of page for specific schools and dates.

There are several District enrollment meetings. How do they differ and which do I have to attend?

There’s a general meeting on Nov. 29 followed by school/program specific meetings held around that time. It is recommended you attend your neighborhood school’s meeting as well as the District meeting and/or choice program info night.

* Program Specific Meetings (These meetings give an overview of each District choice program): Please click here, "Enrollment Presentations" at the bottom left of page for specific schools and dates.

* School Specific Meetings (These meetings include brief registration description, PTA information, overview of school and a talk by the Principals): Please click here, "Enrollment Presentations" at the bottom left of page for specific schools and dates.


What school do I register for?

You should register your child for the school in your neighborhood. If you are unsure what school is your neighborhood school, check our residency information.  You also may request to be entered into a lottery for District choice schools/programs.

What are the District choice programs and how can I find out more before I register?

MVWSD offers:

  • Dual Immersion (Spanish/English language) at Mistral School, 505 Escuela Ave.

  • PACT (parent participation) at Stevenson School, 750B San Pierre Way.

School Information Nights and Visitations are a good opportunity for new families to learn about the specific schools and/or specific programs. Please click here, "Enrollment Presentations" at the bottom left of page for specific schools and dates.

How do I know what choice program is right for my child?

You should attend the information nights. These meetings will give you an overview of the program, and there are tours scheduled. Please click here, "Enrollment Presentations" at the bottom left of page for specific schools and dates.

When do I have to register for District choice programs?

A choice program needs to be requested at time of registration.

How many schools/programs can I submit a registration for?

One school/program in addition to your neighborhood school.

Am I guaranteed a spot at my neighborhood school?

There are no registration guarantees, however, completing the registration process sooner than later increases the chances of your child being enrolled in the school of your choice.

There is also the option to put your name on a waitlist for a District choice school/ program.

What if I don’t want my child to attend my neighborhood school?

You may request one school/program in addition to your neighborhood school. Choice programs are not considered neighborhood schools.  

How does the school/program lottery work?

Students are placed in choice programs randomly after consideration of District enrollment priorities, such as whether the child has siblings attending that school and whether that child has attended that school in the past.

My child is currently enrolled in Transitional Kindergarten. Do I need to schedule a new registration appointment for the 2017-18 school year?

No. You will be required to complete an Online Student Intent Survey through InfoSnap during the Open Enrollment Period January 8 - February 2.  The survey and password will be emailed to you. Please make sure the school office has a working email on file.

Do the required immunizations and TB test need to be completed by the registration appointment?

Yes, you must submit all required immunizations and TB test/risk assessment at the time of the appointment. Starting January 1, 2016, in accordance with the new law SB277, parents or guardians of students in any school or child care facility, whether public or private, will no longer be allowe to submit a personal beliefs exemption. For further information and FAQs, please visit www.shotsforschools.org.


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