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Kindergarten Registration Information and Early Enrollment Information

Laurel County Public Schools look forward to welcoming your child as a future kindergarten student!  The information collected will be utilized to begin the Kindergarten Registration process for the 2022-2023 school year.  If you have multiple children enrolling in kindergarten, please complete a registration form for each child.  Newly enrolled Kindergarten students must be 5 by August 1st, 2022.

Kindergarten students must enroll in the school that is closest to their primary residence. 

Families can complete the Kindergarten Registration form online and email to their child's school or print form and mail/deliver to their child's school.

Other documents required to complete Kindergarten Registration:

  • Proof of Residence:  One of the following is accepted as proof of residence, utility bill (telephone, cell or residential), electrical/gas/water bill, lease or house contract, paycheck or paycheck stub, SSI or other government check.
  • Current KY Immunization Certificate (Required by state law)
  • Social Security Card
  • Copy of Birth Certificate
  • Current Dental Exam/Screening (Completed by January 1, 2023)
  • Current Preventive Health Care Exam  (Required by state law)
  • Current Vision Exam (Only required for students 6yrs. of age or younger, must be completed by January 1, 2023)

Print and Mail/Deliver Form

Click here to complete and print Kindergarten Registration Form.  Complete the form, and mail it/deliver (along with the other required items) to the school in order to complete registration. School Phone Numbers and Addresses can be found here.


Information on Early Entrance to Kindergarten

The Early Admission language is an amendment to KRS 158.030 requiring each local school board to adopt a policy allowing parents or guardians the opportunity to petition the board to enroll a child who does not meet the Kindergarten (Pl) age requirement of turning 5 years of age by August 1.


For additional information, please contact your child's school.




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