KCPS Neighborhood School preschool and kindergarten enrollment for the 2018-2019 academic year opens at 8:00 a.m. on Thursday, Feb. 1. Preschool includes our pre-kindergarten and Head Start programs. Enrollment will be online only - applications cannot be submitted at schools. Enroll by visiting www.enrollkc.org. Kiosks will be available at the BOE from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday. Technical support will be available at the BOE and by calling (816) 418-7888.
Neighborhood School Frequently Asked QuestionsQ: Who is eligible to attend school in the Kansas City Public Schools?A: Any student currently residing within the boundaries of Kansas City Public Schools.Q: How do I know which Neighborhood School my child will attend?A: Use the "Find Your School" service. If you need clarification, you may call the Office of Admissions at 816-418-7505 or any of the Neighborhood Schools.Q: What is the age requirement for my child to enter Kindergarten?A: Your child must be 5 years of age before September 1.Q: Is my child eligible for transportation?A: Students who live 0.5 miles or more from their Comprehensive Community School are eligible for transportation. Some restrictions apply. A handbook containing more detailed transportation information is available here.Q: What documents do I need to submit if I am new to the district?A: • A birth certificate or other official verification of birth• Child's current up-to-date immunization record• Two proofs of current residence (Current utility bill: electric, water, gas, home phone, cable, lease or mortgage agreement)
If the parent or guardian is not the head of household, please use this document to prove residence.• Parent/guardian photo ID (Proof of Guardianship, if required)• Discipline records from the previous school*• Grades/transcripts from the previous school**A request for records form is included in the school application packetQ: Will I be allowed to enroll my child in KCPS without having an up-to-date immunization record on file?A: No: Missouri law (RSMo 167.181) requires all children show proof of adequate immunizations.