Kindergarten Registration 2021-2022
Required Documents for 2021-2022
The following registration documents can be emailed to email@example.com; delivered in person to Fremont Elementary School; or mailed to Fremont Elementary School, Attn: Christie Johnson, 28908 N. Fremont Center Road, Mundelein, IL 60060.
- A copy of the original child’s birth certificate with the certified seal affixed to verify that the child is 5-years-old on or before September 1. (DUE ASAP) PLEASE NOTE: It is a state requirement that the original birth certificate be presented to the district office upon registration and the office retain a copy. Since we are accepting a copy at this time, the original will need to be brought to Fremont Elementary School once we have opened for verification.
- For homeowners, a copy of your tax bill or mortgage statement. (DUE ASAP)
- For renters, a copy of your lease agreement. (DUE ASAP)
- A copy of a photo ID of parent/guardian. (DUE ASAP)
- A current utility bill with your current address. (DUE ASAP)
- Home Language Survey. Please complete and sign this home language survey only if your child lives in a home where another language other than English is spoken or if your child speaks another language other than English. (DUE ASAP)
- Acceptable Technology Use Procedures. (DUE BEFORE THE FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL)
- Emergency Card/Student Health Information. This health form indicates any health concerns regarding your child. It will be kept with the school nurse and must be completed and signed. (DUE BEFORE THE FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL)
- Illinois Physical and Immunizations, Dental and Vision forms. Proof of 5 year physical/immunizations, dental exam and vision exam. For more information, please click on the Health Services tab to the left. (DUE BEFORE THE FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL)
FAQ on Full-Day
Q: Why does Fremont School District 79 charge for full-day kindergarten?
A: Fremont School District 79 is required to offer a half-day kindergarten program. The district designed a tuition-based, full-day kindergarten program based on parent requests for a full day option. The district charges tuition for the program in order to maintain a balanced budget. Launching a full-day kindergarten program without tuition would cost the district approximately $350,000. With Illinois’ current financial status and the state charter school that diverts 87 percent of the district's state funding to that site, FSD79 would be deficit spending over its current budget if it extended the kindergarten day without a tuition component. FSD79 continues to seek alternative funding to support its programs.
Q: How do students enroll in full-day kindergarten?
A: Parents may enroll their children into full-day kindergarten by going through the kindergarten registration process. Parents can learn more about kindergarten registration during the kindergarten registration night, which typically occurs in February.
Q: If parents have questions about full-day kindergarten, who can they contact?
A: Please contact Stefan Ladenburger, K-5 principal, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call him at 847-388-3700.