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Registration information during COVID-19 School Closure

  • Our school buildings may be closed, but our registration is OPEN!  

     

    • Year-round registration for new students is available for all Bremerton School District schools. 
    • Kindergarten registration for the 2020-21 school year began on February 3, 2020.
    • Important:  students currently attending any Bremerton school in grades K-11 do not need to register for next school year.  

     

    There are two ways to register your student for school while the Governor's "Stay Home" Order is in effect. 

    1. Online using Skyward New Student Online Enrollment (NSOE) - see below
    2. By completing the registration packet (including a copy of your child's Birth Certificate and the Immunization form) and returning it to the District Office by:
      • Scanning the documents and returning them by email to Lori.Campbell@BremertonSchools.org
      • Mailing the completed packet to:  Lori Campbell at the District Office (134 Marion Ave. N. Bremerton, WA 98312)

     

    Below you can download and print the complete registration packet.  If you do not have access to a printer, contact Lori Campbell at Lori.Campbell@BremertonSchools.org or 360-473-1076 and a packet can be mailed to you.

      

    If you have any questions about registering your student, please call us at 360-473-1076. 

     

    English

    Kindergarten registration packet

    Grades 1-8 registration packet

    Grades 9-12 registration packet

     

    Español
    Paquete de registro de kindergarten

    Paquete de registro de grados 1-8

    Paquete de registro de grados 9-12

     

Registering online with Skyward New Student Online Enrollment (NSOE)

  • You must have a Skyward Family Access Account to register your student online.

     

    If you have a student enrolled in the District and have Skyward Family Access log-in, you can access New Student Online Enrollment by logging in to Skyward Family Access. Get more information about Skyward Family Access here.

     

    If you are NEW to the District and need a Skyward Family Access Account, visit the ACCOUNT REQUEST PAGE and complete the required fields to request an account to enroll your student(s).  Once the information has been submitted, you will receive an email with your account information and a link to access the login page.  If you have any questions, please call 360-473-1076.

     

    Most of the registration process will be completed on-line. However, you will need to upload the following documents:

     

    In Skyward, additional documents such as an IEP or 504 plan, grades from a previous school, or an Open Enrollment application can be uploaded, if applicable.

     

    If you are not able to upload the documents, they can be submitted at the school or District Administration office. The system will not prevent you from submitting the online application, as the step can be marked as complete without uploading any documents. You will be required, however, to provide this information to complete your student's registration. 

     

     

Kindergarten Registration

  • Overview

    • Kindergarten registration for the following school year begins in early February
      • For the 2020-21 school year, enrollment begins on Monday, February 3, 2020).
    • Your child must be five years of age by August 31 in order to begin kindergarten for the new school year.
    • Kindergarten students do not start school until the week after the rest of the District. 

     

    To enroll your student for kindergarten, you will need to provide:  

    • A copy of a birth certificate, passport or other government issued document with the student’s legal name/date of birth
    • Up-to-date immunization records
    • Emergency contact information

     

    Early Entrance Kindergarten

    Children who turn five between September 1st and October 31st may be eligible for Kindergarten if they pass an Early Entrance Test. There is an $80 non-refundable fee for this test (a reduced rate is available for free and reduced lunch program participants). No make-up tests will be given.  Please call 360-473-1061 beginning June 15, or to request an information packet.
      
    The testing takes 1.5 hours to complete using the DIBELS (Dynamic Inventory of Basic Early Literacy Skills), DIAL (Developmental Indicators for the Assessment of Learning), and Easy CBM.

     

    FREE All-Day Kindergarten 

    We offer FREE All-Day Kindergarten at all of our elementary schools.  This program is available to children who live in or have child care in the Bremerton School District attendance area and Jackson Park residents. Out-of-district students can also attend this program, as space permits.

     

    The District also has a Dual-Immersion Spanish program, a Montessori program, a P-8 STEM Academy, and an arts integration school. Learn more here

     

    Resources for parents of incoming kindergarten students

     

Registering for students grades 1-12

  • To enroll, you will need to provide the following information:

    • Up to date immunization records
    • Emergency contact information
    • Special needs records such as IEP, evaluations, 504 Plans or any other special education records.
    • Previous school records (these can be requested from the previous school when you register)

     

    For students entering middle school or high school (grades 6-12), copies of the following are helpful:

    • Copy of most current grade report or withdrawal grades
    • Copy of transcript for entering grades 9-12

Enrollment Options

  • District Attendance Area Transfers (Open Enrollment)

    Bremerton School District’s Open Enrollment Policy #3130 allows elementary students to live in one school attendance area and attend school in another attendance area based on approval by Building Principal and the Superintendent. Parents must complete an Open Enrollment Application and submit it to desired school each year. Parents can determine their attendance area by using Infofinder.

     

    Choice Transfer

    Most students in Washington go to public schools that are closest to their homes. But parents and guardians have many enrollment options for their kids. Students can attend an approved private school, enroll in an Alternative Learning Experience program (such as an online school), be taught at home, etc. In some circumstances, they also can transfer to other schools within or outside the district in which they live. 

     

    Students who live outside the District’s boundaries are welcome to attend Bremerton School District Schools, as long as the school has sufficient space and parents are willing to provide transportation. A Choice Transfer Request from the student's resident district must be submitted and approved, before a student can be registered for classes. 

     

    For information, please reference Learning by Choice Student Enrollment Options in Washington or call Michelle Gatmen at 360-473-1006.

     

Immunization Requirements

Registration Forms

Last Modified on May 18, 2020