Time to pre-register for Coupeville Elementary

Parents of children planning to attend Coupeville Elementary School for the 2016-2017 school year may now pre-register their children grades kindergarten through fifth through June 16.

Parents of children planning to attend Coupeville Elementary School for the 2016-2017 school year may now pre-register their children grades kindergarten through fifth through June 16.

Registration packets are available in the elementary school office, 6 S. Main St.

A parent information night for kindergarten only is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Thursday, May 19 in the school library.

Current immunization record for all grades is required. Birth certificates are required for kindergarten and fifth grade students. Children must be 5 by Aug. 31 for kindergarten entrance and must be 6 by Aug. 31 for first grade entrance.

If children have special needs and/or have been receiving special services, a copy of their current individual education plan at the time of registration is most helpful.

Questions may be directed to Joyce Roethle, student services secretary, at 360-678-2474.

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