Pre-K: For Pre-K and early childhood programs contact the Early Childhood Office at 554-2233.
Kdg: 5 years of age on or before August 31
1st Grade: 6 years of age on or before August 31
Centralized Enrollment for all new students to the Haysville School District for the 2022 - 2023 school year will be held at the USD 261 Administration Building, 1745 W. Grand, July 5, 2022 through August 5, 2022 between 8:30 am and 4:00 pm, Monday thru Thursday. After August 5, enrollment will take place at your student's boundary school.
To register a new student, you must have a valid address within the USD 261 attendance area. To see if your address falls within the district's boundaries and to determine your school of residence, click on the Google Map below.
For instructions on how to use the map, click on the button below.
All families that are new to the Haysville School District will need to fill out the following forms and provide the documents that are listed below. To speed up the enrollment process, you may bring the completed forms with you or they will be available at the time of enrollment.
New Student Enrollment Form Click to print.
Kindergarten Authorization Form Click to print.
Release of Records Authorization Click to print.
Support Services Form Click to print.
Suspension/Expulsion Questionnare Click to print.
Proof of Residency: Acceptable documents include a current utility bill (electric, gas, sewer, or water), showing the Parent/Guardian's name and student’s address, or a current rental or purchase agreement.
* Please note, the following documents will NOT be accepted as proof of residency: Driver's License, check, phone bill, disconnect notice, or any other kind of non-utility bill or letter.
Certified Copy of Birth Certificate: All students including pre-school and kindergarten, must have a certified copy of their birth certificate on file.
Kansas Certification of Immunization: Kansas requires all children entering school for the first time in Kansas to provide their immunization records prior to admission to and attendance at a public school. A health assessment is now required for school entry for children through 8 years of age who have not previously enrolled in a Kansas school. View Immunization Requirements