Enrolling Your Child

New to the district?

If you are a new student entering the district or re-enrolling in the district you must complete the process at the Administration building at 1102 Gardenia Drive.  Enrollment hours are: 8 AM to 3 PM.  If you need hours outside of this time please contact Charlotte Schnippel.
Office information is: 419.739.2905 or [email protected]  You must bring the following with you to enroll your child:
  • Proof of Residency (driver's license, current utility bill-call Charlotte if you have any questions about this)
  • Birth Certificate
  • Immunization Records
  • Any divorce or custody papers
Your child is not considered registered until we have all the appropriate documents.

WCS OneView Portal

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This portal will be used to register all new students, and also complete all school related forms.


Need a copy of a Birth Certificate?  The Health Department can help.  We've included instructions here.  

Need immunization Records or have incomplete records?  Please turn in what you have and our nurse will contact you with guidance.  

Wondering what happens if you child turns 5 after August 1?  According to Board Policy, a child is eligible for entrance into kindergarten if s/he attains the age of five (5) on or before August 1st of the year in which s/he applies for entrance. The Board may admit a younger child to kindergarten if the child satisfies the Board's early entrance criteria. A child under age six (6) who is enrolled in kindergarten will be considered of compulsory school age.  Any student residing in the District may be referred by an educator employed by the District, a preschool educator who knows the child, the child's parent or guardian, or a pediatrician or psychologist who knows the child.  The referral should be made to Carrie Knoch ([email protected] or 419-739-5064).  Before a student is evaluated for early entrance, the principal (or his/her designee) of the school to which the child may be admitted shall obtain written permission from the child's parent/guardian.  

Children referred for early entrance will be evaluated in a prompt manner. The principal of the school to which the child may be admitted shall convene an acceleration evaluation committee to determine whether early entrance is appropriate for that child. The acceleration evaluation committee shall include the following:

  1. a parent/legal guardian or a representative designated by the parent/guardian


  2. a gifted education coordinator or gifted education specialist, or, if neither is available, a school psychologist or a guidance counselor with expertise in the appropriate use of academic acceleration


  3. the principal or assistant principal of the school to which the child may be admitted


  4. a teacher at the grade level to which the student may be admitted

The acceleration evaluation committee shall be responsible for conducting a fair and thorough evaluation of the student. The acceleration evaluation committee will also consider the student's own thoughts on possible accelerated placement in its deliberations.  Children considered for early entrance shall be evaluated using an acceleration assessment process approved by the Ohio Department of Education.

Kindergarten Orientation/Screening will be June 1-3.  More information will be available soon!

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