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Registration

All new registrations for the Camas School District are taken centrally by the district registrar located in the Camas School District Administration Center at 841 NE 22nd Avenue.

Below you will find a list of forms found within the district registration packet. For your convenience, you may print these forms, fill them out manually, and bring them with you to the Administration Center for registration.

It is necessary to schedule a registration appointment if your student is new to the district. Please contact Shanna Nielson or Becky Stauffer, District Registrars, at 360-833-5410 to set an appointment.

Registration Form (pdf)

 

Additional Information Required

For preschool and elementary-aged students:

  • State-issued birth certificate
  • Immunization information*
  • Proof of residency (two pieces), e.g., driver’s license, utility bill, closing or title documents, renter’s agreement

For middle school:

  • Copy of last report card
  • Immunization information*
  • Proof of residency (two pieces), e.g., driver’s license, utility bill, closing or title documents, renter’s agreement

For high school:

  • Transcript
  • Immunization information*
  • Proof of residency (two pieces), e.g., driver’s license, utility bill, closing or title documents, renter’s agreement

If your student is on a 504 plan or an IEP (receiving Special Services support), please provide a copy of that documentation at the time of registration.

Immunizations

Parents/guardians of students entering Kindergarten or Preschool in the fall must complete the Certificate of Immunization Status form.

View the required immunizations for pre-school age children.

View the required immunizations for school age children.

View the Certificate of Exemption (COE) form.

Every effort is made to ensure that all employment decisions are administered in accordance with the principles of equal opportunity. The Camas School District #117 does not discriminate in any programs or activities on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, veteran or military status, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following employees have been designated to handle questions and complaints of alleged discrimination: Rita Pakenen, Rita.Pakenen@camas.wednet.edu, Title IX and Compliance Coordinator; and Dana Lighty, Dana.Lighty@camas.wednet.edu. Both may be contacted at 360-335-3000 or 841 NE 22nd Avenue, Camas, WA 98607.
Learning by Choice

Student Enrollment Options

Most students in Washington go to the public schools that are closest to their homes. But parents and guardians have many enrollment options for their kids. Students can attend an approved private school, enroll in an Alternative Learning Experience program (such as an online school), be taught at home, or attend a charter school. In some circumstances, they also can transfer to other schools within or outside the district in which they live.     Click this link to read about all the options.
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