E.A.K. ENROLLMENT IS CLOSED FOR THE 2014-15 SCHOOL YEAR. Kindergarten registration packets for the 2015-16 school year will be available in March.
Early Admission Kindergarten (EAK) is a free, state-funded, full-day kindergarten program. EAK is for children who will be five years of age by March 1, 2015 and are not currently enrolled in kindergarten or transitional kindergarten. The program is open to all eligible students living in the community. Participation is voluntary and not designed to take the place of kindergarten. Students participating in the EAK program will enroll in kindergarten for August 2015.
Enrollment is limited to the District average for Kindergarten of 26 students per class. Priority will be given to older students. For your convenience, registration forms will be available here on October 27, 2014. Forms may also be picked up at LMSVSD elementary school sites on October 27th. You must make an appointment to complete the registration process at the District Office. Please call 668-5700 x6480 or x6481 to make your appointment or for additional information.
Please bring the following original documents for your child to your registration appointment:
- Completed Registration Forms
- Original Birth Certificate
- Original Up-to-Date Immunization Record
- Two Proofs of Residency
|EAK begins: |
- Casa de Oro Elementary School
10227 Ramona Dr.
Spring Valley, CA 91977
- Maryland Avenue Elementary School
5400 Maryland Avenue
La Mesa, CA 91942
- Northmont Elementary School
9405 Gregory Street
La Mesa, CA 91942
|Inter-District Form: |
|Students living in a neighboring district's attendance must obtain an inter-district transfer form, from the resident district and bring the completed form to the registration appointment. |
|Transportation will not be provided for the EAK. |
|ESS Services: |
| Extended School Services (ESS) will be available for EAK families. |
The La Mesa-Spring Valley School District is committed to equal opportunity for all individuals in education. The district prohibits discrimination, harassment, intimidation or bullying based on actual or perceived race, color, ancestry, national origin, nationality, ethnic group identification, ethnicity, age, religion, marital or parental status, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, gender expression or association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics. Complaints alleging unlawful discrimination may be filed using the district’s Uniform Complaint Procedures.
(BP 0410 BP 1312.3)