Kindergarten Registration Forms
- Registration form
- Directory Release Refusal form
- Birth Certificate
- Guide to Immunizations Required for School Entry
- Immunization Record & Physical or Personal Beliefs Exemption to Required Immunizationform
- Oral Health Assessment Form
- Interdistrict Agreement (for those living outside the South Bay Union School District)
- Shots for schools brocuhure in English or Spanish.
Panel Night: Feb. 3 from 6:00-7:00 in the cafeteria.
The Kindergarten teachers, administrators, and after school personnel discuss all things TK/Kindergarten, while parents have an opportunity to ask questions. Child care will be provided.
Kindergarten Orientation: March 30th from 2:00-3:00 in room 8. Teachers will discuss curriculum and a day in the life of a Kindergartener, plus what every Kindergartner should know before the first day of school. Child care will be provided.
Kindergarten Visitation: Saturday, May 7th from 10:00-11:00 in room 8. Children will have an opportunity to be in a Kindergarten classroom doing an activity and have a “recess” while parents get a tour of the school.
Transitional & Regular Kindergarten Registration
Thank you for considering Pine Hill School . You may visit the school office to pick up a registration packet. In the packet you will find the Pupil Registration, Oral Health Assessment, and Report of Health Examination for School entry and the Directory Release Refusal forms along with resources to help you determine if your child is ready for kindergarten. You may also use the links to the right to download copies of the necessary forms.
However you obtain the forms, they need to be returned with a copy of your child(s) birth certificate, copy of shot records and the dental form to the school office before your child can be enrolled.
Feel free to call with any questions I can assist you with. 707-443-4596
Pine Hill, Secretary
Interdistrict Transfer Application Policy
The South Bay Union School District is clearly a school of choice in the Eureka area. Approximately 30% of our students reside outside of our district boundaries. Student achievement, as well as student enrollment have seen continued growth over the last several years. As a result of our recent successes, SBUSD is reaching our student carrying capacity. Simply put, if we continue to grow at our current rate, we will have too many students and not enough classrooms.
Thursday, February 5, 2015, the SBUSD Governing Board updated our Interdistrict Student Acceptance board policies and administrative regulations. Changes to SBUSD Interdistrict Agreement policies and regulations are detailed below:
The Superintendent shall by January 31 of each year, estimate how much excess capacity may exist to accept out-of-district students for the preceding school year.
2015-16 Interdistrict Carrying Capacity by Grade-Level
- Transitional Kindergarten – 6 out of district seats available
- Kindergarten – 9 out of district seats available
- 1st Grade - FULL
- 2nd Grade - 13 out of district seats available
- 3rd Grade - FULL
- 4th Grade - FULL
- 5th Grade - FULL
- 6th Grade - FULL
When the projected enrollment of a school exceeds the school's published capacity, the school will be declared "closed" to out-of-district students.
Interdistrict Transfer Application Process
The District shall communicate and follow the District-adopted timeline for accepting and responding to transfer applications.
- Window 1: February 1 – February 28
- Window 2: March 1 – March 30
- Window 3: August 30 – Current School Year
Order of Consideration will be based on date/time of district receipt
A non-biased lottery system will be established once capacity has been reached
Applications will be considered in accordance with the application window periods in which the application is submitted.
Continuing interdistrict transfer applications will fill available slots before new applications.
Continuing transfer applicants who do not meet the application timeline will be required to reapply as new applicants.
Priority admittance will be given to siblings of students who are currently enrolled in the district, provided available capacity exists within the grade level.
Accepted new applicants must confirm their intention to attend the school by returning their completed transfer contract to the District Office according to the District-adopted timeline. Failure to do so will result in cancelation of the accepted transfer application.
If all available slots are filled for the next school year, a lottery system will determine the order in which approved applications will fill slots that open up.
If multiple application windows are made available for new transfer applications, all applicants in the lottery system from the previous window will be considered to fill available slots before those who applied in a subsequent application window.
Current school year transfer applications will be approved on a space-available basis.
The full version of BP 5117, BP 5117.1, AR 5117 and exhibit 1-2 can be viewed on the Pine Hill, South Bay, our the District web page.
If you have any questions regarding Interdistrict Agreements, please contact me at your convenience. I can be reached at (707) 476-8549 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
South Bay Union School District