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Wasatch Elementary School

Last modified: March 14, 2021

New Student Registration

Welcome, we are excited for your child to join Wasatch Elementary! The following will provide you with information regarding the registration of your student.

Please note, there will be no in-person event for Kindergarten Registration. Kindergarten Registration will be online this year. We would encourage you to upload documents, however, documentation will also be accepted at the office.

Registration is a 2-step process

If you do not have access to the Internet at home you may register anyplace you can find access to the internet, you may call the register at the school and provide the information over the phone, or contact our office.

Step 1

Submit basic information.

Preregistration Form – Follow this link and fill out the basic information

The school’s registrar will create a Powerschool Parent Account and send you an email with further instructions. This process will take place in a matter of 2-3 days while the school year is still in session. Registrations that are submitted during the summer months may have a longer delay, and if the enrollment is for the next school year it will happen during the summer time.

Step 2

Login to Powerschool using the information sent to you in the email from the registrar.

Fill out the second portion; this should take you approximately 20-30 min. If you need assistance, please contact your school, or visit our office.

Provide the following documents to the school.

**Utah County requires proof of tuberculosis testing for ALL foreign-born students* entering schools for the first time, and students who have lived in a foreign country* for six months or more within the past five years. *except Canada

For registration to be complete both the online information and the above-named items must be received by the school.

Kindergarten Registration

Children who will be 5 years old on or before September 1 are eligible for enrollment.

Please click here for information regarding kindergarten registration.

Individuals with Disabilities

Provo City School District is interested in alleviating any unnecessary stress to individuals with disabilities. When students with disabilities are beginning school for the first time in a Provo school, they and their parents are encouraged to visit the school to identify barriers, which may require adaptations to accommodate their needs. To expedite any such accommodations, early contact with the Principal will be helpful.

Immunizations

Utah law requires that school records include a complete immunization record. Utah State law requires the following immunizations for the protection of your child and others from communicable diseases:

For kindergarten to 4th-grade attendance school year:

The 5th DTP and 4th Polio immunizations need to be given after the child’s 4th birthday, the first MMR and Chickenpox vaccines must be given after the first birthday.

For 5th to 6th grade attendance school year:

The 5th DTP and 4th Polio immunizations need to be given after the child’s 4th birthday, the first MMR and Chickenpox vaccines must be given after the first birthday.

Where to Get Immunizations

Immunizations are available from your personal physician or from the Utah County Health Department (UCHD) at the following times and locations. If your child needs immunizations and you will be getting them at UCHD, please take your records of previous immunizations when you go.

Immunization Exemptions

To claim a personal, religious or medical exemption, the legal guardian must complete an on-line educational module (free of charge) and provide a copy of the completed form to the school official. The on-line course can be found at www.immunize-utah.org. Completion of the online educational module can be done at the Health Department if you do not have access to a computer. For a medical exemption, a written note from a licensed health care provider must be provided along with a copy of the completed online educational module. It should state the physical condition of the student, and why that vaccine would endanger the student’s life or health.

Physicals

A physical examination, including vision screening, and a dental examination are recommended for students but not required.

Medications During School Hours

If your student has any medical condition that needs attention during school time, please contact the school nurse.