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2021-2022 Kindergarten Registration is Open - Click here
Kindergarten Registration: 2021-2022 School Year
We're looking forward to welcoming our new kindergarten students in the 2021-22 school year!
Online registration for new kindergartners opens April 6!
WHO: Parents or guardians of rising kindergartners—children who will be five years old on or before
September 1, 2021.
WHAT: Register your child for the 2021-22 school year in an easy, two-step process, starting April 6.
WHEN: April 6 to May 28 (Online registration begins April 6, and local school registration appointments will be available from April 12 to May 28.)
WHY: Completing online registration will help us be ready to welcome your new kindergartner and make sure your child is eligible for summer enrichment activities.
HOW: Much of the registration process, including the uploading of documents needed for registration, will be completed online. Most document attachments (PDF, JPG, DOC, PNG, etc.) are compatible. The file-size limit is 2 MB.
Step 1—Complete online registration on the GCPS website, starting Tuesday, April 6.
Step 2—Between April 12 and May 28, schedule an appointment with your child’s new school to verify information, complete a kindergarten readiness profile, pick up materials to help prepare your child for school, and learn about exciting summer enrichment opportunities for your new kindergartner!
Baggett Elemetnary - 678-518-6652
Ready to begin registration? Click here.
Check the website of your child’s new school to learn more. If you’re not sure which school your child will attend, go to “Find My School” on the district website.
You should begin online registration (opening April 6), even if your child’s health records are not up to date. Be sure to complete your child’s health screening and immunizations with the Health Department or your physician before school starts on August 4.
- What You Need for Online Registration
- What to Expect When Your Child is a Kindergartner
- How to Prepare for a Great Kindergarten Experience
- Phone list of Gwinnett Elementary Schools
- Count Up to Kindergarten…a guide to year-by-year milestones for ages 1-5
- Getting Ready for Kindergarten
- Summer Learning at Home for Rising Kindergartners
- 2021-22 school year calendar
- Welcome to Kindergarten and the School Nutrition Program
- Health Department Information
- Find My School
- Dual Language Immersion (DLI) in GCPS
- Learn about Gwinnett's Academic Knowledge and Skills (AKS) curriculum and access the current AKS brochure for kindergarten. Ask ROVER to “fetch” a birth record for a child born in Georgia.
- Please take our Kindergarten Registration survey for parents and families (coming soon)
Welcome to Kindergarten and the School Nutrition Program
- Offering a variety of selections
- Meeting federal nutrition standards
- Encouraging lifelong healthy eating habits
- Feeding young minds
Good Food and a Good Value
- For elementary students, a student breakfast costs $1.50 and a student lunch is $2.50.
- Students who qualify for reduced-price meals pay $0.30 for breakfast and $0.40 for lunch.
- Students may also qualify for free or reduced-price meals.
How do you apply for free and reduced-price meals?
- Request a Free and Reduced-Price Meal Application from your child’s school, or Apply Online (beginning July 15, 2021).
- Provide all required information so your child’s application can be processed. Incomplete information will delay the process.
- Allow 10 days to process the application.
- Check your child's Application Status
- If you have children currently receiving free or reduced-price meals in a GCPS school, your kindergartner may be eligible for free or reduced-price meals for the first 30 days of school while your child’s application is being processed, please fill out the Kindergarten Sibling Form.
Manage Your Child’s Meals
Our School Nutrition Program is self-supporting and receives no local tax dollars. The financial health of our program depends on parents keeping accounts up to date. We encourage parents to pre-pay to ensure their child’s account always has funds to cover meals. You can pre-pay by the week, by the month, or for the entire year.
With MyPaymentsPlus you can make payments directly to your child’s account using the Internet.
- If you send a check, please write your child’s full name and account number in the memo area of the check.
- If you send cash, place the cash in a sealed envelope and write your child’s full name, Student ID number, and the amount of cash sent on the front of the envelope.
- If you are sending money in for more than one child, include the information for each child.
Kindergarten Sibling Form
If you have children currently receiving free or reduced-price meals in a Gwinnett County school, your kindergartner may be eligible for free or reduced-price meals for the first 30 days of school while your child’s application is processed. Please list the names of siblings currently receiving free or reduced-price meals by filling out the Kindergarten Sibling Form.