KindergartenAll West Linn-Wilsonville Primary Schools offer Kindergarten Programs. Children must be 5 years old by September 1 of the calendar year for which they are registering to enter kindergarten.In the West Linn-Wilsonvile School District our Kindergarten day, like the rest of our grade level days, is a full school day of learning. A full-day of learning in our schools means your child can delve deeply into Literacy, Mathematics, and Science/Social Studies learning every day with ample time for new learning and practice. A full-day Kindergarten means your child will have two sessions of Music and PE/Wellness every week and lots of opportunities throughout the week to visit the school library to read, research, and take books home to enjoy together. Our full-day Kindergarten program also provides access for children to assemblies, field trips, and special events during the school day and school year.IF YOU ARE ENROLLING IN THE WEST LINN-WILSONVILLE SCHOOL DISTRICT, PLEASE SIGN UP TO RECEIVE ALL SCHOOL AND DISTRICT NOTIFICATIONS. We recommend signing up for your school's ListServ (i.e. BOLPS-Homes for Bolton Primary Updates) as well as WLWV-Homes for district-level updates. This is particularly important this year as we implement plans to reopen schools in the fall.
2021-2022 Kindergarten RegistrationBeginning in January 2021 parents may register using the online registration called Synergy.Synergy provides an online registration tool both for new and returning students. You can use this new took to register and/or update important information.
For registration questions, school placement availability, scheduling a site visit or questions regarding age of enrollment for your student - please contact your home school office.
PRIMARY SCHOOL PRINCIPALS
Lindy Sproul — Boeckman Creek Primary, 503-673-7750
Michelle Jensen — Boones Ferry Primary, 503-673-7300
Edgar Solares — Bolton Primary, 503-673-7900
Meg Leonard — Cedaroak Park Primary, 503-673-7100
Sarita Amaya — Lowrie Primary, 503-673-7700
Sara McCarney — Stafford Primary, 503-673-7150
Michelle Wilson — Sunset Primary, 503-673-7200
Kate Donegan — Trillium Creek Primary, 503-673-7950
Patrick Minor — Willamette Primary, 503-673-7250
KINDERGARTEN OPEN HOUSE MEETINGS ARE TBD
Information on specialized services available for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers determined eligible through an evaluation process.
Home to more than a dozen projects that focus on educating and raising young children.
ECAP hosts research, technical assistance, and service projects.
Provides publications and information to the worldwide early childhood and parenting communities. (Part of ECAP - houses digests and books published by the former ERIC Clearinghouse on Elementary and Early Childhood Education - ERIC/EECE.)
Provides research and development assistance to schools, districts, and communities. Offers a collection of resources focusing on early childhood education.
- An important part of preparing for Kindergarten is developing independence in the bathroom. Here are some resources that can help your child come to Kindergarten toilet-ready:
Dual Language (Spanish) Kindergarten Programs are available at Trillium Creek and Lowrie Primary Schools. This is the entry for the K-5 district dual language program. New this year - the Dual Language Application of Interest Form is an online submission. The following link will take you to the Dual Language Program webpage for more information https://www.wlwv.k12.or.us/domain/1467