Registration and Enrollment: New Student Registration for 2020-2021

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Registration Open for 2020-2021

New Student Registration for the 2020-2021 school year is now open for all grade levels. If your child is new to EUSD — whether they are entering Transitional Kindergarten or 8th Grade — we invite you to register for the new school year at your neighborhood school of residence using our online registration process.

Please note: Current EUSD Students transitioning to middle school from elementary school do not complete new student registration. You will complete returning student enrollment opening July 15.

You will be asked to create an InfoSnap account before completing your child’s registration. You also will need an email address to create your InfoSnap account. If you don’t have an email address, please create a free Google Gmail address first.

If you previously have registered another new student at EUSD using InfoSnap, you will be able to sign in directly using your existing email address and InfoSnap password.

Please note: Students applying for Kindergarten must be age 5 on or before Sept. 1, 2020. Students applying for Transitional Kindergarten must be age 5 between Sept. 2 and Dec. 2, 2020. Kindergarten programs will be full-day at all 17 elementary schools for the 2020–2021 school year beginning the first day of school. All Transitional Kindergarten programs will remain a half-day program.

Get Started:

  1. Find your child’s neighborhood school of residence.
  2. Complete your child’s New Student Registration through InfoSnap.

After completing the New Student Registration form, please be sure to review the Next Steps on the submission confirmation page. Registration is not complete until all of the following registration documents have been provided to your school of residence:

  • Proof of Residence
  • Birth Certificate
  • Immunization Record

Dual Language Program

EUSD is pleased to offer the Dual Language Immersion Program at four elementary schools. Our program follows a research-based 90/10 instructional model designed to promote bilingualism, biliteracy, and biculturalism for students whose primary language is English as well as those whose primary language is Spanish.

EUSD dual language programs are offered at the following schools:

  • Farr
  • Glen View
  • Lincoln
  • Pioneer

If you are interested in the dual language program for your child, even if one of these schools is not your school of residence, please complete the following three-question survey: Dual Language Program Parent Request.

Need help?

For your convenience, we have created a downloadable step-by-step guide (PDF) to complete the New Student Registration form. If you need additional assistance, please contact your child’s school of residence for questions or support in completing the registration process.