WHO CAN REGISTER FOR KINDERGARTEN?
Kindergarten registration is available for any student who will be 5 years of age (or older) by August 1, 2019.
WHAT DO I BRING TO KINDERGARTEN SCREENING/REGISTRATION?
WHAT HAPPENS AT KINDERGARTEN SCREENING?
Parents will report to the Buckeye Primary School at their scheduled screening time. There will be a sign-in area in the lobby directly beyond the main doors. Upon arrival please report to this area, not the primary offices.
During the screening session, parents will meet separately with office staff to attend an informational meeting in the Media Center while students will be assessed by our team of education professionals. Parents will be in this meeting for the entire one hour and fifteen minutes allotted per screening session. We will also collect the necessary registration documents at this time for those students new to our district. For those parents without access to the online registration portal, we will provide computers during this time to enable them to register their child.
If you do have concerns about your pre-school child in one of the following areas: understanding language, using language, self-help skills (eating, using the bathroom, dressing), social skills/behavior, gross motor skills (running/jumping), fine motor skills (eye-hand coordination), attention span/following simple directions, vision, hearing, please contact Mrs. Kissinger, Buckeye Primary School Psychologist at 330-722-8257 X 4124 for further information regarding help that may be available for your pre-schooler.
What is Medina County R.O.C.K.S.? Medina County R.O.C.K.S. is an interactive workshop-based program series for parents and their kindergarten-age children to attend together. Each workshop has informational speakers for parents, interactive programs for the children and reading readiness activities that parents and children complete together. The workshops are each 2 hours long and children and parents who participate in ALL workshops in the series will show the greatest gains in skills. This program is funded through the generosity of The United Way. Click here for a registration form.