kindergarten registration


The Fairview Park City Schools Kindergarten Program is a no cost, full-day program. Students entering Kindergarten for the 2021-2022 school year must be 5-years-old by August 1, 2021. 

The first day of school for students entering Kindergarten is September 1, 2021. Kindergarten screenings by appointment will take place on August 30 and 31. More information will be provided. 

Academic Acceleration for Advanced Learners Information


We will offer families the opportunity to complete the Kindergarten registration process entirely online (no in-person registration required). Once the online registration link is available,  you will be able to upload scans or photos of documents directly into the registration system.

Read the information carefully below before you begin registration.

If you have additional questions, please contact the Fairview Park Board of Education at (440) 331-5500.


Kindergarten Registration Requirements

Documents Required for Registration:

Proof of Birth (one of the following):

  • Original or Certified Copy of Birth Certificate
  • Passport
  • Baptismal Record

Parent/Guardian Identification (one of the following):

  • Driver’s License
  • State ID
  • Work Photo ID
  • Passport

Proof of Residency:
A, B and C 

A. One (1) of the following with your name and address:
  • Current signed lease (rent receipts are not acceptable)
  • Proof of home ownership (settlement statement or mortgage bill)
B. Two (2) of the following with your name and address:
All mail must be dated within 30 days of the registration appointment.
  • Utility bill
  • Bank statement
  • Insurance bill
  • Other business mail (no junk mail)

C. Parental Residency & Custody Affidavit *Mandatory and MUST BE NOTARIZED*

  • Please note, if  you do not have a Mortgage or Lease in your name to your current residential address and are residing with a Friend or Family member who is the homeowner, the homeowner must fill out the Owner’s Affidavit and have it notarized. 
  • Renters: The homeowner/landlord must write a letter stating that you and your child are living with the renter on the lease, or you and your child’s name must be added as occupants to the lease.

Immunization and Health Records (can be brought to school later after doctor appointments)

  • Copy of your child’s immunization records from their doctor

Custody Papers – Finalized with court stamp (if applicable):

  • Divorce Decree
  • Guardianship or Custody
  • Grandparent Power of Attorney
  • Journal Entry – Case Worker (must have district of responsibility listed in the document)

Special Education Students

  •  IEP AND ETR (current copies)
  • 504 Plan (current copy)

Frequently Asked Questions

At what age can my child attend Kindergarten at FPCS?

Your child must be five years old by August 1, 2021. 


What is the fee for Kindergarten at FPCS?
There is no fee to attend Kindergarten at Fairview Park City Schools (except supply fees) for Fairview Park residents.


How do I enroll my child into Kindergarten?
Step 1: On March 1, 2021: Go to and click on the New Student Registration link. Fill out the registration in its entirety. Step 2: Provide required documents to the school. 


How will I know when my child’s bus will pick them up?
You will receive school transportation information approximately one week before the start of school. You will learn more about transportation at the parent meeting.


What supplies will my child need to bring?
Supply lists will be posted at prior to the start of school.


What is the cost of lunch? How do I set up a lunch account?
 Prior to the start of school, you will also receive information on how to add funds to your child’s lunch account.


When can I meet my child’s teacher?
Families will be invited to a kickoff event in May 2021 to meet their new teacher. Students may also drop off their school supplies on this day. 


What are the before and after school care options?
The EEC program offers a limited number of before/after school spots. Please contact the office for more information.


Is all-day kindergarten required in Ohio?
No. Children must attend only half-day kindergarten (2.5 hours per day).
Some school districts do offer all-day kindergarten, but if a family requests only half-day kindergarten for a child, the district must accommodate the family’s request.


What if I have another question?
Please contact the office at (440) 356-3515 or Kindergarten Principal, Trish Moran.