Sequim all-day kindergarten registration scheduled for May 2

SEQUIM — Registration for Sequim all-day kindergarten is scheduled May 2 at the district’s two elementary schools.

Registration is planned in the library at Helen Haller Elementary at 350 W. Fir St., from 4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.

Registration is set in the gym at Greywolf Elementary at 171 Carlsborg Road from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Children will go through a brief screening process with kindergarten staff and visit a classroom while parents and guardians complete paperwork.

Children must be 5 years old on or before Aug. 31 to attend kindergarten in fall 2016.

Seventh Avenue is the dividing line between Helen Haller and Greywolf attendance areas.

Those who live west of the dividing line will attend Greywolf.

Parents and legal guardians must bring their child’s passport or a certified copy of the birth certificate as well as a record of immunization dates and proof of residency.

Acceptable forms

Acceptable forms include rent or lease agreements or a current bill with the physical address listed.

An immunization form must be filled out and signed by a parent or legal guardian.

A map showing the elementary school boundary line, and other enrollment and registration information, can be found on the district website at

Those who are not sure which elementary area they live in can call the district office at 360-582-3260.

For more information about kindergarten registration at Helen Haller, phone 360-582-3200.

For more about kindergarten registration at Greywolf, phone 360-582-3300.

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