NOW AVAILABLE! Registration for 2017-18 School Year: Pre-Kindergarten, Kindergarten, and NEW students

We're glad you've decided to enroll your child in our schools for 2017-18! Please see the instructions below to get started.


What is my school?

How do I get started to register?

Step 1: Complete the online pre-enrollment form at this link. You will be asked to upload documents that prove your residency within District 64. Acceptable documents are listed in the form or see a list of acceptable residency documents here.

Step 2: You must provide a certified copy of your child's birth certificate in person at the school office. Or during the summer, please submit to the District 64 Educational Service Center. To register for kindergarten in 2017-18, a child must be five years old on or before September 1, 2017.

Step 3: Once your documents have been accepted, you will be emailed a unique Infosnap code in late April for each child to provide additional emergency information, review required permissions, see health requirements, and pay required student fees for 2017-18. You must finish this final step of the registration process as soon as possible for enrollment to be considered complete.

Information especially for Kindergarten/1st Grade 2017-18

  • Early Entrance to Kindergarten or First Grade for 2017-18 - For information about the requirements and procedures, please contact the District 64 Department for Student Learning at 847-318-4304.
  • Looking for child care options for your kindergarten student? Information about child care options for students entering kindergarten in 2017-18 is available here.
  • Kindergarten Roundup Evenings have been scheduled at the five elementary schools. The school offices will be open for parents with questions or who need assistance with the registration process, or to drop off a birth certificate and complete the Home Language Survey. The roundup also includes an orientation with the principal and teachers, and a kindergarten classroom visit. The dates are:
    • Tuesday, April 18 - Field School - office open 5:30-6:30 p.m.; 6-7 p.m. presentation and tour
    • Wednesday, April 19 - Carpenter School - office open 6:30-8 p.m.; presentation at 7 p.m.
    • Wednesday, April 19 - Franklin School - office open 5:30-7 p.m.; presentation and tour at 6:00 p.m.
    • Thursday, April 20 - Roosevelt School and Washington School - office open 5:30-6:30 p.m.; presentation 6:00 p.m.; tour 6:40 pm.

Please complete the pre-enrollment for 2017-18 prior to attending the Roundup event.


  • Homelessness or Temporary Living Situations:

    Students experiencing homelessness or a temporary living situation should consult this letter for more information. A list of additional resources is available. See also this referral information from AHAND (Association of Homeless Advocates in the North/Northwest District).

    Transfer students:  Records request form to be sent to prior school.

    Affidavits: These forms are to be used when further documentation must be provided as requested by District 64:


    TRANSFER STUDENTS - CURRENT 2016-17 SCHOOL YEAR ONLY

    What is my school?

    How do I get started to register?

    Step 1: Complete the online pre-enrollment form at this link. You will be asked to upload documents that prove your residency within District 64. Acceptable documents are listed in the form or see a list of acceptable residency documents here.

    Step 2: You must provide a certified copy of your child's birth certificate in person at the school office. Or during the summer, please submit to the District 64 Educational Service Center. To register for kindergarten in 2016-17, a child must be five years old on or before September 1, 2016.

    Step 3: Once your documents have been accepted, you will be emailed a unique Infosnap code for each child to provide additional emergency information, review required permissions, see health requirements, and pay required student fees for 2016-17. You must finish this final step of the registration process as soon as possible for enrollment to be considered complete.

    Looking for child care options for your kindergarten student? 
    Information about child care options for students entering kindergarten in 2016-17 is available here.

    Homelessness or Temporary Living Situations: Students experiencing homelessness or a temporary living situation should consult this letter for more information.  A list of additional resources is available. See also this referral information from AHAND (Association of Homeless Advocates in the North/Northwest District). 

    Transfer students:  Records request form to be sent to prior school.

    Affidavits: These forms are to be used when further documentation must be provided as requested by District 64:


    Transition to Middle School (Grades 6-8)

    Get more information on "Surviving Middle School"