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Welcome. Information for parents/guardians to start and complete the enrollment process. It is important to follow through with each section below - from Who to When to How.
Announcements - updated 11/8/17
MEETINGS Student Support Services is hosting 2018-2019 Elementary Enrollment Information meetings on December 4th, 5th, and 6th from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the District Office, 4210 Technology Drive, in the Professional Development Center. We encourage families to attend the information meeting to understand the enrollment process and to have your questions answered. If you are unable to attend an Information Meeting, we will post Powerpoint slides of the presentation on this page following the meetings.
Transitional Kindergarten (TK) through 6th Grade Enrollment for 2017-2018 will continue through 12/21/2017. Please see "How to Enroll" below for additional information on our enrollment process. Please refer your questions regarding school placement with a Student Support Services representative.
If you experience a change of residency, please refer to the Change of Residency page for additional information.
2016-2017 Before/After School Care Providers Providers are subject to change.
Link for the presentation (google slides) regarding 2017-2018 Elementary Enrollment.
Enrollment Frequently Asked Questions (updated 12/12/16 pdf FAQs)
Vaccine Update - Effective January 1, 2016, Personal Beliefs Exemptions will no longer be an option for the vaccines that are currently required for entry into school or child care in California. Personal belief exemptions filed at a school or child care facility before January 1, 2016 will remain valid until the student enrolls in the next grade span, typically at TK/kindergarten or 7th grade. Grade spans are childcare, TK through 6th grade, and 7th through 12th grade.
School Wait Lists - Elementary schools participate in a Kindergarten lottery when more Kinder students are enrolled than available space. More information about school wait lists and overloads
• Students must be living full-time in Fremont, CA at the time of enrollment.
• Students must be 5 years of age on or before September 1st of the current year to enroll in Kindergarten.
9/2/2011 – 9/1/2012: Enroll in Kindergarten for 2017-2018 school year.
9/2/2012 - 12/2/2012: Eligible for Transitional Kindergarten (TK) for 2017-2018 school year.
9/2/2012 – 9/1/2013: Enroll in Kindergarten for 2018-2019 school year.
9/2/2013 - 12/2/2013: Eligible for Transitional Kindergarten (TK) for 2018-2019 school year.
Information regarding the Transitional Kindergarten program.
PLEASE NOTE Initial grade placement of enrolling students shall be based on chronological age (BP 5111 [↗]).
Chart of Grades for School Year 2017/2018 (pdf)
Chart of Grades for School Year 2018/2019 (pdf)
• A student cannot be enrolled in an FUSD school for the current school year if they are currently enrolled in another public or private school for the current school year.
When to Enroll - Timelines
NEW Elementary Enrollment Timeline for 2018-2019 school year Critical pdf file with No Exception Deadlines for Enrollment/Registration dates
How to Enroll - Directions
- School Year (2017-18) Elementary - Grades TK - 6
- Secondary - Grades 7-12
Select a grade range above
Secondary - Grades 7-12
Enrollment is completed at the school site. Please visit your home school for enrollment. If you are not sure which school is your home school, use School Locator [↗].
Starting in Fall 2017 School Year (2017-2018) Elementary - Grades TK (Transitional Kindergarten) through Grade 6
Overview of the 3-step enrollment process
Step 1 - Complete an enrollment application.
Step 2 - Schedule an enrollment appointment online.
Step 3 - Arrive at the District Office Room 160 to verify A. Fremont residency, B. Birth, C. Immunizations and D. Parent/Guardian’s identification
PLEASE NOTE While our goal is to enroll in the home school, placement in the home school is not guaranteed due to overcrowding at some of our elementary schools. More information about school wait lists and overloads
Step 1: Complete an enrollment application. See multiple page pdf file below.
Please complete all fields. Complete the entire application (Section B of the Health History Exam Form and Oral Health Assessment Form DOES NOT need to be completed prior to your appointment; all other forms do) AND print a hard copy. You will bring this hard copy to your enrollment appointment.
If you have more than one student you wish to enroll, you will need to complete one enrollment application per student.
2017-2018 TK-6th Grade Enrollment Application (pdf English Version)
2017-2018 TK-6th Grade Enrollment Application (pdf Chinese Version) 過渡性幼稚園 – 十二年級入學申請表
2017-2018 TK-6th Grade Enrollment Application (pdf Spanish Version) Solicitud de Inscripción Kinder Transicional – Grado 12
Step 2: Schedule an appointment online after completing the enrollment application pdf.
Please schedule one appointment for each student you need to enroll - not one appointment per family - thank you.
Schedule appointment online appointment-plus.com [↗]
Select a service - READ CAREFULLY - Enrollment or Declaration of Residency
Enter Parent/Guardian name, phone # and email address.
Enter Student name, date of birth, and home address in the Additional Info. field.
Step 3: Arrive 5-10 minutes before your appointment time at 4210 Technology Drive, Room 160 with printed application and additional verification documents (A-D) listed below.
A. Proofs of Residency:
Evidence of residency may be established by documentation showing the name and address of the parent/guardian within the District, including, but not limited to, two (2) of any of the following (Education Code 48204.1 [↗]):
- Current property tax statement, current mortgage statement, or final close of escrow letter
- Rental property contract, lease, or payment receipt
- Current utility service contract, statement, or payment receipt (within 30-45 days)
- Current pay stub
- Voter registration
- Correspondence from a government agency
- Declaration of Residency executed by the student's parent/guardian
- If the student is an unaccompanied youth as defined in 42 USC 11434a [↗], a declaration of residency executed by the student
- If the student is residing in the home of a caregiving adult within district boundaries, an affidavit executed by the caregiving adult in accordance with Family Code 6552 [↗].
- Information to determine if you are in need of a Caregiver Affidavit and/or a Declaration of Residency.
C. Current immunization records with first & last names, date of birth, dates of all shots given, physician stamp for each shot. If immunization record has been transcribed, physician must provide stamp for each and all shots. Immunization Guide (pdf)
D. Parent/Guardian’s Identification - state issued ID or passport