First day of school is Monday, August 12, 2019
Steps to register...
If you attended Kinney High School last year, but did not complete the online enrollment before June 30...
Call the Kinney HS office for your SNAP CODE: 916-294-9060
Log on to INFOSNAP HERE and complete the online enrollment
Drop off residency verification (recent SMUD, PGE or Rental Agreement)
If you did not attend Kinney HS, but did attend a FCUSD school last year...
Call the office to confirm a referral has been made and schedule an orientation: 916-294-9060
If you did not attend a FCUSD school last year...
Bring transcripts, immunization records, a copy of the student's birth certificate and two residency documents to the Kinney HS office and schedule an orientation.
Per Education Code 48204.1, residencey documentation includes, but is not limited to:
- Property tax payments
- Rental property contract, lease or payment receipts
- Utility service contract: SMUD, PG&E or City/County bill
- Pay stub
- Voter registration
- Government issued document such as CA Driver's License or CA ID Card
Please call the office if you need assistance or have questions: 916-294-9060
FCUSD High School Registration Forms
If your student is currently attending school in the Folsom-Cordova Unified School District (FCUSD), and plans to continue attending a FCUSD school in 2019/2020, use this form:
If your student lives in the Folsom-Cordova Unified School District (FCUSD), but would like to attend a different FCUSD school outside of your neighborhood assigned FCUSD school, you must use the Choice Request Form. This form must be turned in to your neighborhood school before Feb. 1, 2019.
All students intending to enroll in any FCUSD high school must also fill out all of these forms for 2019/2020 registration:
Don't want your student's name or photo to appear in any FCUSD publications or videos? Please fill out this form to OPT OUT:
Is your student on an IEP/504 Plan? Please fill out this form only if you are giving consent for photos/videos of your child to appear in FCUSD publications, videos, web-sites, etc.
Will your student be 18 years of age (or older) at any point during the 2019/2020 school year? If so, please read this important information: