Enrollment Process

  • Online registration for the 2022-2023 school year will open on Monday, April 4 for families currently enrolled in Parents as Teachers.

    Online registration for the 2022-2023 school year will open on Monday, April 18 for families new to the district.  

    Please call the office to schedule a free developmental screening.  This is the first step in the enrollment process.

    As a part of the enrollment process, your child will receive a free developmental screening.  Click here for a List of Items Needed for Virtual Screenings. PLEASE BE SURE TO KEEP THIS APPOINTMENT.  You will receive a phone call from one of our screeners one day prior to your scheduled appointment time.  At this time, our screener will ask questions to get to know both you and your child better.  In addition, you will receive the link for the virtual screening. 

    This free developmental screening assesses vision, hearing, health, speech, language, motor skills and concepts. All children between the ages of 3 and 5 are eligible to receive this screening. The results of the screening are shared with parents and guardians to better understand each child’s strengths and abilities, areas of concern and overall developmental progress.   

    Step 1:  A screening is the first step in the enrollment process.  To schedule an appointment for a free developmental screening, please call our office at 314-824-2074. Enrollment is not complete until a screening has taken place 

    Step 2:  Once your child's screening has been completed, you may begin the online registration process. Click here for information on how to complete online registration; Online Registration Information

    Step 3:  Once we have your child's completed screening and you have been cleared by the registration office, your child will be placed on a waitlist.  Once a spot becomes available, you will be contacted by the Early Education office. 

    Please Note-Enrollment is finalized once a screening has been completed and you have been contacted by the Early Education Office confirming receipt of all required registration documents.  A completed registration alone does not guarantee enrollment.  You will be contacted by the Early Education office regarding the status of your enrollment.  Students will be placed in a classroom if space is available.  If space is not available, your child will be placed on a waitlist.  

    If your child has a current IEP, contact the Early Childhood Special Education office at 314-824-2073 prior to completing online registration. 

    To enroll in one of our fee-based Child Development Center classes, call our office at 314-824-2074

    If you are in need of assistance with online registration, please contact the Admissions at 314-824-2035. We are currently not accepting walk-ins for registration.  

    **Parents must submit ALL of the following items to complete enrollment:

     ×  Proof of residency click here-----> Full List of Registration Requirements

     ×  If living in someone else’s home please call for more details and specific information on what to bring:

     ×  Proof of child's age (see detailed list of registration documents linked above for acceptable items)

      ×  Immunization record (complete from infancy, required by the state) – 

         Including:

    DTaP/DT

    4 doses

    Pneumococcal (Prevnar, PCV)

    4 doses

    IPV (Polio)

    3 doses

    Hepatitis B

    3 doses

    Hib

    3 doses

    MMR

    1 dose

    Varicella (Varivax, Chicken Pox)

    1 dose, or a statement from the doctor verifying month and year of disease

     ×  Custody/Guardianship

     ×  Photo ID – drivers license of parent or guardian enrolling student

     Call (314) 824-2074 for more information.

    Additional Full-day options in programs with separate eligibility and fee systems include:

    Child Development Center is located at Mark Twain Restoration Center and Lee Hamilton,  Head Start is located at Bermuda Primary School.