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District 304 to Host Kindergarten Enrollment; Debuts Full-Day Program Next Fall

No appointment is needed for a districtwide enrollment event on March 4.

Geneva Community School District 304 will debut its first year of a full-day kindergarten program this fall and 2014-15 enrollment for kindergarten students will get underway in coming weeks, according to a District 304 press release. 

No appointment is needed for a districtwide enrollment event on March 4 from 4 to 7 p.m. at each of the district's six elementary schools: Fabyan Elementary School, Harrison Street Elementary School, Heartland Elementary School, Mill Creek Elementary School, Western Avenue Elementary School, and Williamsburg Elementary School. 

The Geneva 304 School Board recently approved the implementation of a full day 
kindergarten program beginning in the fall of the 2014-2015 school year. Read more on Geneva Patch.

Children entering kindergarten must be 5 years old by Sept. 1, 2014 The documents you will need to enroll your child in kindergarten include: 
  • your child’s original birth certificate or a certified copy, which will be copied and returned to you that evening, 
  • two documents confirming residency in Geneva, must be property tax bill, recent utility bill showing address, document from closing or rental lease, free of contingencies 
  • parent or guardian’s photo I.D. (drivers license, Visa, Passport) for identification 
Enrollment documents may be downloaded from the Geneva 304 website (www.geneva304.org), completed at home, and turned in at the time of enrollment. 

Medical, dental, and vision forms may be turned in at enrollment but are required before the first day of student attendance. 

More information regarding the full-day kindergarten curriculum is expected to be shared with parents at the annual Taste of Kindergarten activities in May. 

Parents should contact the Central Administration Offices at Fourth Street (463-3000) after March 4 to schedule an appointment if you have a child entering kindergarten for the 2014-2015 School Year and were unable to attend the District-wide Kindergarten Enrollment. 

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