Preregistration for Douglas County kindergartens |

Preregistration for Douglas County kindergartens

Staff Report

Douglas County School District’s kindergarten preregistration for the 2001-02 school year is scheduled for March 12 through 23 at these Douglas County elementary schools:

– Zephyr Cove Elementary School, 226 Warrior Way – Zephyr Cove.

– Meneley Elementary, 1446 Muir Drive – Gardnerville.

– Gardnerville Elementary, 111 Toler – Gardnerville.

– Gene L. Scarselli Elementary, 699 Long Valley Road – Gardnerville.

– Jacks Valley Elementary, 701 Jacks Valley Road – Douglas County.

– Minden Elementary School, 1170 Baier – Minden.

– Pinon Elementary School, 1479 Stephanie Way – Minden.

Parents may complete registration materials at their neighborhood school. At the time of registration, a time will be reserved for each child’s language development screening.

Nevada School Law states that a child must be 5 years old by Sept. 30, 2000 to attend kindergarten during the 2001-02 school year. To register, parents must bring their child’s birth certificate and complete and up to date immunization records signed by a doctor or nurse as required by Nevada law.

Kindergarten shot clinics

The Douglas County Public Health Nurse will have a special kindergarten shot clinic for preregistration. Clinics are scheduled for March 5, 12, 19 and 26 from 8:30 to 11 a.m. and 1 to 4 p.m. at the Douglas County Community Health Department at 1133 Spruce Street in Gardnerville. Appointments are required and there is an $8 fee for the service. If this is not affordable, the fee will be based on a sliding scale. Parents must bring their child’s shot records.

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