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-Wilsonville 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.
2020-2021 Kindergarten RegistrationKindergarten registration for the 2020-2021 school year begins, January 7, 2020. Parents may download the forms from this webpage or contact their school principal to arrange a time to pick packets up in person. Completed forms can be returned to your home school by appointment (email your principal), dropped off to Vickie Lee at the district office, or mailed to: West Linn-Wilsonville School District, 22210 SW Stafford Road, Tualatin, OR 97062, Attention: Vickie Lee.
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/1467Complete and return the above 2020-2021 Kindergarten Packet containing:
- Kindergarten Registration Checklist
- District Student Registration Form (two pages, be sure to sign and date)
- Proof of Residency/Address Documentation
- Oregon Certificate of Immunization Status (two pages, be sure to sign and date)
- Vision Health Screening Certificate
- Dental Screening Certificate
- Proof of age (i.e., birth certificate, passport, hospital announcement, baptismal certificate, health insurance forms w/birth date, state services documentation such as welfare benefits w/birth date).
Also REQUIRED when submitting Kindergarten registration: Photo copy of certified birth certificate (can be issued by the state or the hospital).
For registration questions, school placement availability, scheduling a site visit or questions regarding age of enrollment for your student - please contact the school office.
PRIMARY SCHOOL PRINCIPALS
Lindy Sproul — Boeckman Creek Primary
Michelle Jensen — Boones Ferry Primary
Edgar Solares — Bolton Primary
Meg Leonard — Cedaroak Park Primary
Sarita Amaya — Lowrie Primary
Sara McCarney — Stafford Primary
Michelle Wilson — Sunset Primary
Kate Donegan — Trillium Creek Primary
Patrick Minor — Willamette Primary
KINDERGARTEN OPEN HOUSE MEETINGS ARE TBD
Information on specialized services available for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers determined eligible through an evaluation process.
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- 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: