MWJH REGISTRATION OFFICE
Registrar: Kate Pleskun (360) 874-6171 E-mail: email@example.com
During the school year you can registrar during regular building hours 8 am to 3:30 pm M-F.
Summer months our hours are 9 am to 2 pm M-F. We are closed the month of July.
How to register for the 2013-2014 school year
To enroll at
1. Immunization Records (Washington State Law (RCW 28A.31) requires that all children admitted to public and non-public schools be immunized against diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, polio, measles, rubella, mumps and varicella. Students must have a completed Certificate of Immunization Status form to submit to school authorities upon enrolling or transferring into a
2. Emergency Contact Information
4. Information about extra services (IEP, 504, Speech)
5. Birth Certificate
For your convenience we have linked these registration forms to our web site.
(1) Complete the Forms Online:
Click on each of the 7 forms below, one at a time. Fill in all information, and click the "submit by email" button. (If the submit by email causes any difficulty, try saving the forms to your desktop, then manually emailing them to firstname.lastname@example.org.)
(2) Print Forms and bring to our office:
Click on each form below, type all information into the form, then click the "Print Form" button. (You can also print the forms and fill them in by hand.) Bring all completed documents to the Guidance Office at Marcus Whitman Junior High School.
If you do not have computer or printer access, you may visit our office to complete the enrollment packet.
Students who live outside of the Marcus Whitman Junior High service area but live in the
Open Enrollment Form It is understood that the filing of this application and placement in the requested school is on a first-come, first-served basis, and the requested school must have adequate classroom or program space in order to be admitted. Open enrollment, once granted, provides placement in the requested school for the duration of the student’s experience at the elementary or junior high level, unless otherwise specified. Re-entry at a future date to the resident area school is not automatic. It requires resubmitting an open enrollment form, requesting the resident area school, and placement will depend on building enrollment capacity.
Transportation will be the responsibility of each student’s parent/guardian.
Enrollment for Non-District Residents
Students who live outside the District’s boundaries are welcome to attend South Kitsap Schools, as long as the school has sufficient space and parents are willing to provide transportation. A Non-Resident Admission Application must be approved and on file with the district, before a student can be registered for classes.
Non Resident Admission
State law dictates that all medications (prescription and OTC) require a Physicians Singature. The following form (157 Medication at School) must be completed and on file with the school Nurse/Health Room. All medications must have appropriate labeling.
Free and Reduced Lunch Information and Forms