Pattonville School District
2017-2018 New Student Enrollment Information
School Begins August 10, 2017 for the 2017-2018 School Year
2018-19 New Kindergarten Enrollments will be on February 28, 2018 in the office of the elementary school serving the area where your home is located.
(Kindergarten Enrollments that need an Affidavit of Residency will take place after July 1st)
To Schedule an Enrollment Appointment
Click here to display a google map location of the Pattonville Learning Center where the Student Service office is located.
You will be required to set up a Parent Portal account to finalize your students’ enrollment in the district. If you DO NOT complete your Parent Portal at the time of enrollment your student will NOT BE ABLE TO START on the first day of school. Unfortunately if you enroll after Aug. 4, 2017 we cannot guarantee enrollment on the first day of school. To help us prepare for the new school year, we ask that families complete the enrollment process as soon as they are able.
Documents Required for New Enrollments
1. Photo ID of parent/legal guardian:
A driver's license or any other state ID is acceptable as well as a passport.
NOTE: POWER OF ATTORNEY AND HAND WRITTEN LETTERS ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE AS GUARDIANSHIP DOCUMENTS.
2. Documentation of child's date of birth:
NOTE: Kindergarteners must be 5 years old on or before July 31.
First-graders must be 6 years old on or before July 31.
3. Proof That You Live in the Pattonville School District:
A. If you own your home, please bring the following:
B. If you rent, please bring the following:
(NOTE: DISCONNECTION AND PAST DUE NOTICES ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE FORMS OF PROOF OF RESIDENCY.)
4. Immunization records are required by state law.
Children cannot enroll after the first day of school without immunization records.
Click here to find Missouri’s requirements:
Documents Required for New Enrollments.pdf
Affidavit of Residency
This form is to be completed for a student attending a school within the Pattonville School District who resides with his or her parent(s) or legal guardian(s), but whose residence is located in the home of another adult living within the boundaries of the Pattonville School District. The Affidavit of Residency is valid for the current school year only, as long as the student and the student’s parent(s) or legal guardian(s) continue to reside at the address listed on the affidavit during that school year. The affidavit must be submitted annually before the start of each school year or upon moving into the attendance area of the new school.
Affidavit of Residency Form0.pdf
Documents Requried for Affidavit of Residency.pdf
Parent(s) or legal guardian(s) must submit the Affidavit of Residency and all required documents to the Student Service office. Parents can make an appointment online at https://ttsu.me/specialenrollment
Back to School Supply lists can be found on the website of your child's school. Click Here for links to Pattonville Schools.
To find out what school your child should attend based on your address, click on the link below and insert your address and child's grade level into the appropriate fields. You must choose a grade level in order to find the school your child would attend. Your child does not need to be enrolled to use this search function.
The Pattonville Board of Education establishes attendance boundaries for each of the schools in the district. The attendance boundaries are established to balance the enrollment of students throughout the district and to utilize the available space in the facilities in the most efficient manner. Generally, students will attend the school to which their geographic area is assigned.
The Board recognizes that there may be some families who desire to have their children attend a school outside of their attendance boundary. The Board has established the Exceptional Attendance Policy to govern the assignment of students to schools other than their normal attendance center. Review the Exceptional Attendance Application if you are interested in applying for Exceptional Attendance please fill out this form.
Exceptional Attendance Application.pdf
Missouri State Law Bill Number 167.181
Missouri law requires that students meet immunization requirements on the FIRST DAY of school. These would include all students unless noted otherwise:
1.) Diphtheria (DTaP/DTP, DT or Td) – A minimum of four doses is required for students in grades kindergarten through four and three doses required for those in grades five through 12. One of the three doses must be on or after the child's fourth birthday. Six doses of pertussis is required for all students six years of age and younger. An additional dose of Td is required 10 years after the last dose. Td booster may be given five years after last DTaP/DTP. Repeat every 10 years throughout life.
2.) Polio (TOPV) – A minimum of three doses is required of Trivalent Oral Polio vaccine. One of the three doses must be on or after the child's fourth birthday. (If a combination of IPV/OPV is received, four doses are required.)
3. Rubella (German Measles or Three-Day Measles) – Kindergarten requires two doses with 28 days between doses with one dose required on or after the child's first birthday. For children in grades one through 12, one dose is required, received on or after the child's first birthday.
4. Measles (Rubeola, Hard or Red Measles) – Two doses must be administered at least 28 days apart on or after the child's first birthday.
5. Mumps (MMR) – Kindergarten requires two doses with 28 days between doses with one dose required on or after the child's first birthday. For children in grades one through 12, one dose is required, received on or after the child's first birthday.
6. Hepatitis B – Three doses of Hepatitis B vaccine are required for all students in grades kindergarten through 11. Students ages 11-15 may use the following as a guide for the two-dose Merck Recombivax Hepatitis B vaccine schedule: Dose two, four to six months after dose one.
Missouri School Law requires that children who are not completely immunized will not be allowed to enroll in school and will be excluded immediately. If you have any questions regarding your child’s immunization status or for more detailed information, please check with your school nurse.
Early Childhood Requirements
The following explains what age-appropriate immunizations are required for preschool attendance to be in compliance with the law. Required immunizations by the time a child reaches the upper-age limit are:
0-14 months - 3 DTP, 2 OPV
15-17 months - 4 DTP, 3 OPV, l MMR
18 months to school entrance - 5 DTP, 4 OPV, l MMR, l HB (HbCV)
0-18 months - 3 HB
One dose of Varicella (chicken pox) vaccine on or after the child’s first birthday is required.