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The following documents are required to register a new student:

  • Completed Registration Forms
  • Student’s Original Birth Certificate or hospital record
  • Student’s Immunization Record
  • Parent/Guardian Photo ID
  • Two proofs of residency*

If any of the following pertain to your child, please bring the document(s) with you at the time of registration:

  • Foster/group home placement paperwork 
  • Custody Orders or other court orders pertaining to the student
  • Individualized Educational Plan (IEP)
  • Dual Language Immersion (DLI) approval letter

All forms must be completed and signed by the parent/legal guardian who will be registering the new student. Bring the completed packet along with the required documents listed above to the school office to complete the registration process.

Residency Requirements

The legal residence of the student is with the parent or legal guardian/foster parent appointed by the court. Proof of residence must be original documents and must show the parent/legal guardian's name and address. All documents must be dated within the past 30 days. Only the parent or legal guardian/foster parent may register the student. Proof of residency and photo identification must be presented for the person registering the student.

Please use the School Locator App to verify your school of residence. Click here to see a list of acceptable proofs of residency.

Grade Level Placement

Students are placed in their grade level according to their birthdate. For the 2024-2025 school year: 

Kindergarten Birthdates: September 2, 2018 thru September 1, 2019
Transitional Kindergarten Birthdates: September 2, 2019 and June 2, 2020

Please note, Transitional Kindergarten and Kindergarten are full-day programs.

To enroll a student with a birthdate after June 2, 2020, please contact the Early Childhood Center at (951) 352-8290.

Transitional Kindergarten

RUSD offers a high quality transitional kindergarten program for students who want to start school, but are not quite old enough to enroll in kindergarten. A child must reach the age of 5 on or before September 1 of the school year to be eligible for enrollment in Kindergarten.

Transitional Kindergarten is a wonderful opportunity for students to prepare for the rigorous nature of the kindergarten academic standards. Students will receive developmentally appropriate instruction using standards and curriculum that is designed to meet their needs. This additional year of school will help your child to develop socially and emotionally in order to be prepared for kindergarten.  Click here to learn more.    Haga clic aquí para saber más.

Dual Language Immersion Program

Having an in-depth knowledge of another language has been shown to contribute to cognitive benefits in creativity and metalinguistic awareness. Students who complete the Dual Language Immersion program develop an enhanced cross-cultural understanding and are more likely to stay in school and continue into postsecondary education. Mountain View Elementary is currently accepting new kindergarten and first grade students into the DLI program for the 2024-2025 school year.

Click here to learn more about Dual Immersion and be sure to ask about the program at time of registration.

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