· Birth Certificate or Passport (please bring the original and a copy)
· Immunization Records
· Proof of Residency: Recent SMUD Bill, PG&E Bill, or Rental/Lease/Escrow Paperwork (Please speak with the office staff if you need an Affidavit of Residency)
SnapCodes will be emailed to families in February after the New Parent/Kindergarten meeting. The SnapCode will enable families to complete their student's registration online. Online registration will opens sometime in February. Look for a email from us. All online registrations must be completed by Friday, March 13th.
PLEASE NOTE: Incoming Kindergarteners must turn 5 on or before September 1, 2015.
When registering, every new student completes a Home Language Survey (Language Identification Form). If the answers to questions 1, 2, or 3 name a language other than English, the student is identified as a “language minority” student. A "language minority" student will be assessed within thirty (30) calendar days of enrollment to determine if s/he is an English learner or is initially fluent in English. Students will be tested for English proficiency using the California English Language Development Test (CELDT), and that test will be the primary determinant for initial identification of English fluency status.
New Parent/Kindergarten Orientation is scheduled for February 3, 2015 at 3:30 in the Multipurpose room.
There are only 23 other elementary schools in the United States participating in this new science program. STEM will be offered in all classes this year, K-5th grade.
Each week, Vista del Lago students provide personal, powerful messages to their younger Folsom Middle School audience: How to stand up for others, for instance, why it’s important to value character over appearance, or how to navigate the emotionally difficult transition through middle school.
Students recently grabbed their video cameras, put pen to paper and tested their creativity for programs that challenged them to speak out against tobacco, drugs and alcohol in their school communities.
Students at Riverview STEM Academy this year have had the opportunity to dig into new hands-on robotics activities and physics lessons thanks to a $1,000 contribution from the GenCorp Foundation. The funds were used to bring VEX robotics kits to fourth and fifth grade students at the Rancho Cordova magnet school
Dozens of Folsom High juniors learned from the city’s business and community leaders the skills and traits necessary for effective leadership during a daylong workshop co-sponsored by the Rotary Club of Folsom.
We’re excited to announce a big change to our annual student registration process in the hopes of saving our families time.
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM Internet Safety and Social Media - Special Presentation
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM Family Writing Night
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Board Meeting