The District maintains a half-day kindergarten, along with a half-day Enrichment Program, with an instructional focus that fulfills the District’s curriculum goals and objectives and the requirements of the State law. Students are assigned to either a morning or afternoon session with information about the assignment available in early August.
- Morning Kindergarten Hours: 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
- Afternoon Kindergarten Hours: 1 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
- A sample schedule that includes the Enrichment Program can be found HERE.
For children turning 5 years of age on or before September 1, 2022, BPS101 kindergarten is open to all BPS101 residents. As we begin the process of welcoming the graduating class of 2035, we will be hosting “meet and greet” sessions again that will take place in February. These sessions give families an opportunity to submit all of their registration documents and meet a member of the administration team from their school. Appointments will be made available to all incoming Kindergarten families on these dates: East Side Schools = February 17, 2022; West Side Elementary Schools = February 24, 2022. Time slots will be between 3:00 PM and 7:00 PM and will take place at the Rosalie Jones Administration Building at 335 W. Wilson Street. The appointment times will go quickly, so please submit the appropriate form below (EAST or WEST side) as soon as possible. You must complete the online signup form to attend.
We also plan to host a Kindergarten Preview at each school building just prior to the start of school in 2022. Details on this event will be provided over the summer.
Here is information about District school boundaries if you are unsure where your student would attend elementary school in our District.
For students that will attend a District Elementary School on the EAST side of Batavia (Hoover-Wood, J.B. Nelson, or Louise White School) an appointment window has been set for the evening of Thursday, February 17. All appointments will take place at the Rosalie Jones Administration Building, 335 W. Wilson Street in Batavia. Please sign up for an appointment time HERE.
For students that will attend a District elementary school on the WEST side of Batavia (Alice Gustafson, H.C. Storm, or Grace McWayne School) an appointment window has been set for the evening of Thursday, February 24. All appointments will take place at the Rosalie Jones Administration Building, 335 W. Wilson Street in Batavia. Please sign up for an appointment time HERE.
Current Early Childhood Program Students: If there have been no changes to your address, no documentation is necessary. Updated proof of residency will be required if your address has changed. If you rent, a current lease will be required.
First Time Students to BPS: You will be asked to submit the following documentation for registration. If possible, please bring photocopies. All students that plan to attend MUST be registered and families MUST provide the below documentation. Residency verification is required for all new students to Batavia including those who have siblings already in the district. A notary will be available for the Affidavit of Enrollment and Residency.
- The child’s county issued birth certificate
- Proof of Residency, which includes (a detailed list can be found HERE).
- Real estate tax bill, a signed lease, Warranty Deed, or mortgage statement AND
- Two items with name and current address (driver’s license, vehicle registration, utility bill, credit card statement, bank statement, public aid card, homeowners/renters/car insurance policy). Items must be dated within 60 days.
- Affidavit of Enrollment and Residency
- Initial Student Enrollment Forms (Part I and Part II)
Once your registration has been approved, you will receive an email Welcome Letter providing log in credentials to set up a PowerSchool account.
Prior to the first day of school, August 16, 2022, you will also need to complete these medical requirements for your student.
If you need additional assistance with registration, please call (630) 937-8800 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
BPS101 hosts a Kindergarten Enrichment Program in-house. The BPS101 Kindergarten Enrichment program coordinates with the District’s Half-Day Kindergarten Program (HDK). Kindergarten Enrichment students engage in work and play in line with the themes and skills developed in the HDK program. These skills are an extension of the core program with an emphasis on play and exploration. For additional information on the 2022-23 Kindergarten Enrichment Program, click HERE.