2022-2023 Kindergarten Registration
The Issaquah School District offers Full Day Kindergarten at no cost to all students. If you have a child who will be a kindergartener for the 2022-2023, please visit the ISD New Student Enrollment website. Students who are turning 5 years old by August 31, 2022, are eligible for enrollment for the 2022-2023 school year.
Please visit the ISD New Student Enrollment website to begin enrollment. Once the online portion is complete, you will be required to visit your neighborhood school to pick up additional forms that must be completed in order to finish the enrollment process. If you cannot access the online application, please call or visit your neighborhood school for assistance.
- Please Note: Students in the Early Childhood Education (ECE) Program, SLP Program, and those previously evaluated by Special Services (ex. Childfind) must still complete the online kindergarten enrollment process to register for kindergarten. Please start the process as though you are a new student to the Issaquah School District.
School offices are open from 8:30 – 4:30 pm to assist you. Please note for your convenience, arrival and dismissal times are very high traffic times for the school office. Picking up or submitting required documents at this time may result in longer wait times.
Don't know your neighborhood school, the ISD Transportation Department will be able to assist you in identifying your neighborhood school. Contact Transportation (email) Transportation-Enews@issaquah.wednet.edu or (phone) 425-837-6330.
For more information about kindergarten, visit our Kindergarten FAQ webpage.
Things to remember
To enroll a student in kindergarten for the 2022-2023 school year, a child must turn 5 years old by August 31, 2022.
A half day, morning kindergarten option will be available for families. Half day kindergarten students may still ride the bus in the morning. However, parents or guardians will be responsible for picking their child up at the end of the three-hour, half day morning session.
Required Documentation: Parents/Guardians are required to provide, and return, the following documents to their neighborhood school to finish the registration process:
Proof of birth date (birth certificate or passport)
Utility bill (gas, water, or electric)
ONE of the following:
Home purchase papers or property tax statement
Lease/Rental agreement (original)
Notarized verification of proof of residency
You have successfully completed the kindergarten registration process when the online enrollment process is completed and your neighborhood school has received all required documents.
New kindergarten students are invited to ride a school bus at Kindergarten Bus Rides during the summer. This popular event gives students and parents a chance to learn about school bus safety and etiquette, meet some of the bus drivers and take a ride on a school bus. Visit ourkindergarten transportation webpagefor more information.
- Kindergarten FAQ
- Kindergarten Readiness
- Kindergarten Transportation
- Early Entrance
- Dual Language Immersion Program
- Programa de inmersión de idioma dual
- For school-specific kindergarten questions, call your school office.
- For general district-related kindergarten questions, call the Elementary Education Department at 425-837-7025.
Your neighborhood school has made plans to welcome you!
Informational packets with additional registration materials are available in your school’s office beginning in early February.
Please refer to your neighborhood school below for detailed information regarding activities and events they have planned to welcome incoming kindergarten families.
Click below for school specific kindergarten Information.