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 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 of the upcoming school year, BPS101 kindergarten is open to all BPS101 residents. As we begin welcoming the next class of future Batavia Bulldogs, we host “meet and greet” sessions at each elementary school before the start of the school year. The purpose of these sessions is to welcome you and your child(ren) to kindergarten and a 13-year partnership with BPS101. We will have time for your child to see their classroom and meet their teacher. We will also give you a primer on school basics such as drop off, pick up, lunches, etc. This will make for a great first day of school! See your school’s calendar for more details.

Here is information about District school boundaries if you are unsure where your student would attend elementary school in our District.

Kindergarten Meet and Greet

Thank you to the 200+ families that joined us for our Kindergarten Meet and Greet on Feb. 16, 2023. If you have a student that will be turning 5 by September 1, 2023, and you are considering entering kindergarten at a BPS101 elementary school for the 2023-2024 school year, this is your place for information. Families are required to submit registration documents to the District offices at the Rosalie Jones School Administration Building, 335 W. Wilson Street. We are open during regular business hours and closed on holidays. Please call in advance to set up a time to visit with your registration documentation. We have a couple of Notaries on site but want to make sure they are available at the time of your visit. Below is a list of required registration documentation.


Registration Documentation

Current Early Childhood Program Students: All registration documentation must be provided even if your student was in the EC program at the Early Childhood Center. The state requires us to obtain this documentation for ALL incoming kindergarten students.

All Kindergarten Families:  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 newly enrolled kindergarten students, including those with siblings already in the district.  A notary will be available for the Affidavit of Enrollment and Residency.

  1. The child’s county-issued birth certificate.
  2. Proof of Residency, which includes (a detailed list that can be found HERE).
    1. Real estate tax bill, a signed lease, Warranty Deed, or mortgage statement  AND
    2. 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.
  3. Affidavit of Enrollment and Residency
  4. Initial Student Enrollment Forms (Part I and Part II)

Once your registration has been approved, you will receive an email Welcome Letter providing login credentials to set up a PowerSchool account.

Prior to the first day of school, August 16, 2023, 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

Kindergarten Enrichment

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. Click HERE for additional information on the Kindergarten Enrichment Program.