Enrollment Frequently Asked Questions
What information/documents do I need to enroll my child?
- Verification of Identity of parent, caregiver, licensed foster agency or group home representative, or California Superior Court-appointed legal guardian:
- A current Driver’s License (California ID Card is permitted) or,
- A National Identification Card or,
- A valid Passport with photo ID
- Verification of Residency
Present one of the following types of Residency Verification reflecting name and address at the location provided above:
- Current and Original electric, water, or gas bill (both sections, top and bottom – School may accept a Letter of Residency from Southern California Edison
- Current Property Tax or Income Tax Documents (from the IRS, State, and/or County)
- Escrow papers with closing date (within 90 calendar days of student entering school) (follow up with gas, electric, or water bill)
- Rental Agreement and, if applicable, Rental Supplemental Form
If utilities are included in the rent, a letter from the lessor and/or a copy of the rental agreement stating that utilities are included is necessary
- Current Payroll Stub, Unemployment Check, or evidence of Disability Benefits (both name and address must appear on the checks)
- Current Social Services documents
- Voter registration
The following may also be required: Residency Verification Affidavit Form, Rental Agreement Supplemental Form, Co-Resident Supplemental Form
- Proof of age
- Official birth certificate (not hospital document), or
- Passport (birth certificate is preferable)
- Official immunization records are required for certifying up-to-date immunizations for each student
- All Kindergarten students must have completed a physical examination no more than six months prior to entering Kindergarten. (If an exam is completed between 6 – 12 months prior to Kindergarten entrance, another physical exam will be required prior to entering first grade.) All first grade students must have completed a physical examination no more than 18 months prior to first grade entry, unless previously done for Kindergarten enrollment.
- Parent/Guardian’s home/work/cell phone, address, and e-mail
- Emergency telephone numbers
- Name, address, phone number, and district of previous school, if applicable
- A student living with a relative other than parents is required to go to our district’s Student Services’ Office for proper paperwork
- An academic transcript or report card from your former school
- For Special Education students: Prior IEP and Assessments
- For GATE students: Prior test scores and/or certification forms
Where do I go to enroll?
Enrollment takes place at your neighborhood school during regular office hours. Lakeview’s registration is done online through our district’s website (AIR online enrollment). This will open officially on January 17 for Fall registration. We hope to have your completed enrollment packets returned by February 23, 2017.
Online enrollment link: https://enroll.pylusd.org
What is the minimum age for enrollment in school?
Only children who reach the age of five on or before September 1 of the school year are eligible for enrollment in Kindergarten. This also applies to first grade, but the age of six, correspondingly.
The Kindergarten Readiness Act, a historic reform to kindergarten education, gives Placentia-Yorba Linda Unified School District (PYLUSD) an opportunity to ensure that more children each year are better prepared to succeed in kindergarten and beyond. PYLUSD believes that school readiness is more than just reading, writing, and arithmetic. This legislation enables PYLUSD to create a Transitional Kindergarten program (“Preppy K”) to support the development and achievement of our youngest learners. For further information regarding this transitional program, please visit the district’s website at http://www.pylusd.org/apps/pages/index.jsp?uREC_ID=212696&type=d
A child is automatically eligible for only Preppy K if his or her 5th birthday occurs between September 2nd and December 2nd. Preppy K serves as a bridge between preschool and kindergarten and ensures that developmentally younger children are ready for kindergarten and beyond. Children may also apply for enrollment if their fifth birthday is on or before March 31. Upon parent request, children with earlier birthdays may attend Preppy K on a space available basis. Preppy K is part of the public school system and is free to participating students.
May I enroll my child in a school other than the neighborhood school?
Street name and number determine assigned neighborhood attendance areas. The majority of our students in our district attend their neighborhood school. We do have an Open Enrollment Policy at our district where students residing in (and out of) PYLUSD may elect to attend another school within the District, dependent upon school enrollment numbers. If you desire your child to go to another school other than your neighborhood school, refer to our district’s web site: http://www.pylusd.org/cwa or with our Student Services Office, located at our district office. Their phone # is 714 985-8670. Be sure to note the designated CHOICE transfer time periods.
What are the school’s starting and ending times?
Currently, Lakeview’s regular school hours for grades 1 – 5 ~ 7:50 a.m. – 2:15 p.m. Mon/Tues/Thurs/Fri & 7:50 a.m. – 1:15 p.m. every Wednesday (with six additional minimum days throughout the school year with students being released at 12:45 p.m.)
Peppy K/Kindergarten Early Cubs and Late Cubs: 7:50 a.m. – 11:10 a.m. and 9:30 a.m. – 12:50 p.m. respectively, with Late Cubs coming to Early Cubs schedule seven times during the year.
The times for the Kindergarten classes are as above to allow a smaller ratio of students per teacher during the core academic time such as Language Arts and Mathematics.
Do you provide Child Care at Lakeview?
You may call Lakeview Child Care directly by calling 714 986-7190, option 6. Although Child Care (Expanded Learning) is housed at school sites, the site does not operate the program. This is done through our district’s Expanded Learning program. If you cannot reach our site’s Expanded Learning office due to holiday or vacation, you may call the district for more information: 714 986-7030.
Registration for Lakeview Expanded Leaning will be by a lottery, to be held on Thursday, March 16, 2017 @ 11:00 a.m.
Is language assessment required?
Language assessment is required if
- A language other than English is frequently spoken in your home
- If your child spoke another language when he/she began speaking
- If your child most frequently speaks another language at home
- If your child was born outside of the U.S.
Language Assessment is done through our Assessment Center, located at Topaz Elementary School: 714 528-1007; address – 3232 Topaz Ln, Fullerton 92831-2609
Papers must be received back from the Assessment Center before final registration can be completed.
May I enroll in Summer School prior to enrolling for the regular school year?
At this time, our Summer School program is only for students that have been identified with an appropriate IEP.
Over the last few years, our district has created an enrichment summer school for students without an IEP: The PYLUSD Summer Enrichment Program is an exciting opportunity for students Preppy K through 7th grade to take fun and creative exploratory classes during the summer. Registration is done online through our district’s website. Look for more information in spring time. Enrollment is limited. Keeping in mind the limited enrollment and low cost, the classes are available on a first-come, first-served basis ~ courses are closed to additional registrants as they fill.
Our principal will be conducting school tours for new enrollees. The dates for these are as listed (but subject to change):
January 24, 2017
February 28, 2017
March 21, 2017
Please call the school office to sign up for the tours and to get current information and the times of the tours.
When does school start?
We are on a traditional school calendar with school starting Tuesday, August 29, 2017. A calendar of the major holidays will be posted on our district’s website. We also post online on our school’s website our monthly calendars of special school events and important dates.
Elementary Program: Elementary students who are identified as gifted may be served either in their home schools or through magnet programs. In either case, students receive qualitatively differentiated instruction. This may be provided through the enrichment strands of the language arts and mathematics programs, special projects, variations on class assignments or accelerated instruction. Typically, GATE students who remain in their home schools are grouped in clusters to meet their instructional needs. Students who opt to attend the magnet programs are assigned to classrooms where all students qualify for the GATE program. Golden Elementary School houses the magnet program for Lakeview. Further information can be viewed at http://www.pylusd.org.gate
What Special Education Programs are provided?
If your child has been in an RSP, SDC, or Speech class or on a 504 plan, please bring his/her current IEP and Assessments with you to enrollment.