Registration

Registration for 2017-2018 

Returning Students

Online registration is open for students who were enrolled at the end of the 2016-17 school year. Parents will use the PowerSchool parent portal to register. If you are the parent of a returning student and have not yet set up your PowerSchool Parent Portal, you can do so at any time. See detailed instructions here:

  PowerSchool Parent Portal Instructions (77.8 KiB)

New Students

Registration is also open for parents of new Kindergarten students who attended round-up and new PEP students who attended an early childhood screening during the 2016-17 school year.

Parents of all other students new to the district should contact their school after July 31st to initiate the registration process. 

Baldwin Elementary Primary Center (grades pre-k-2) – (785) 594-2444
Baldwin Elementary Intermediate Center (grades 3-5) – (785) 594-2446
Baldwin Junior High School (grades 6-8) – (785) 594-2448
Baldwin High School (grades 9-12) – (785) 594-2725

Preparing for Registration

Out of District

If you are new to the area and are uncertain whether you live in the district, please check to see if you reside within district boundaries. Out of district students must be approved prior to registering.  You may apply for out of district approval at any time.  Note that while applications can be made at any time, administrators may wait until after school starts and class sizes are available to make a decision.  Additional information and the specifics of the district policy are available on the District Transfer Information page.

Immunizations

All students need to provide documentation of current immunizations.  The documentation may be in the form of a government record or a statement from your doctor.  Please check current immunization guidelines  to ensure your child has the necessary immunizations.

Birth Certificate

Students attending school for the first time need to provide a birth certificate.  Information about getting a Kansas birth certificate can be found on the Kansas Department of Health and Environment website.  

Health Assessment

Students attending a Kansas school for the first time who are age eight and under need to provide documentation of a school health assessment (physical examination) performed by a licensed health care provider. The examination must have been completed within 12 months prior to school entry by a private health care provider or at a county health department. You may contact the Lawrence-Douglas County Health Department at 843-0721 for an appointment.