Welcome to Waverly! New Student Registration Information

Sun, 03/03/2019 - 10:30am

(Page last updated July 5, 2022)

Welcome new  familes!

UPDATE: Due to the COVID-19 safety procedures, please begin your registration process online below and upload the required documents:

HCPSS Online registration directions

HCPSS Online registration link

In order to be prepared, here are the necessary documents: 

  • parent picture ID
  • a signed original lease or deed with signatures
  • one of the following with parent’s name and address on it –current gas and electric bill, current cable bill, or current telephone bill (land line)
  • student(s) proof of birth (birth certificate, baptismal certificate, hospital certificate, passport, or military identification)
  • proof of custody (divorce settlement papers, court papers, adoption papers)
  • student(s) current proof of immunization.

After clicking on the Begin Registration Process button above, please be sure to select the correct school year (2022-2023 for NEXT SCHOOL YEAR) in the registration portal.

 

Online Registration is now open to enroll NEW HCPSS 1-5 students for the 2022-2023 school year. *IF YOUR STUDENT IS ALREADY A WAVERLY STUDENT, PLEASE DO NOT COMPLETE A REGISTRATION!*

 

Guide to Online Registration for New Students

 

Grades 1-5

If you would like to register your child (new students only), please complete the online registration by clicking the “Begin Online Registration” button above. While completing the online registration form, you should also upload the required documents. 

Gather Documentation

Having all your documentation prepared in advance of registration will keep the process moving quickly. If you are missing documentation, your registration will be denied.

 

Student Identification Documentation

  • Student’s evidence of birth (birth certificate, passport/visa, physician’s certificate, baptismal or church certification, hospital certificate, parent/s affidavit or birth registration.)
  • Proof of parental relationship, custody, or guardianship. If applicable, bring legal proof of custody (court order).
  • Any additional paperwork that may be necessary due to special living arrangements or circumstances.

Academic Documentation

  • Student’s most recent grade report, transcript, report card from last school attended at time of withdrawal.
  • Documentation of Special Education (IEP), 504, Psychological Report, or related services.

Parent Identification Documentation

  • Parent picture ID: driver’s license, passport, MVA identification or other legal form of photographic identification.
  • Signed original, current complete lease or complete deed with your address, valid dates, signatures.
  • Current utility bill with name and address (non-cellular telephone, gas and electric, cable bill issued in the last 45 days.)

Health Documentation

Please email Mrs. Cynthia Coleman at cynthia_coleman@hcpss.org to finish up the online registration process. If you have any questions she is happy to assist you.

Click the link to view our 2022-2023 School Supply Lists for grades K-5!

 

Kindergarten

(Virtual) Registration Week is March 7th-11th, 2022!

Parents/guardians of children who will be five as of September 1, 2022, must enroll their children in kindergarten for the 2022-2023 school year. 

Note: Parents/guardians without access to a computer should contact their child’s school for assistance in completing the registration form.

The HCPSS Getting Ready for Kindergarten page, which includes resources to support kindergarten readiness and online registration, has been updated with additional information and resources for families. This includes information that is typically covered in the Road to Kindergarten live event, such as kindergarten readiness, the kindergarten program, and registering children for school. The live Road To Kindergarten events will not take place this year due to the pandemic. We also encourage families to visit the HCPSS Grade K Family and Community Resources page for more information about the kindergarten instructional program and ways families can support their children at home. The Prekindergarten Family and Community Resources page also contains resources for families and providers for children currently in their prekindergarten year. The Transition to Kindergarten Workgroup is working on additional readiness resources that can be implemented at home or in early learning centers.

HCPSS Resources Links
Kindergarten Parent Guide (Korean) PDF icon Off To Kindergarten 2022-23_Korean.pdf
Kindergarten Parent Guide (Spanish) PDF icon Off To Kindergarten 2022-23_Spanish.pdf
Ready to Read Parent Letter PDF icon KindergartenRegFlierEnglish.1.22.pdf
Ready to Read Parent Letter (Korean) PDF icon Kindergarten Registration Flyer 2022_Korean.pdf
Ready to Read Parent Letter (Spanish) PDF icon Kindergarten Registration Flyer 2022_Spanish.pdf
I'm off to Kindergarten Booklet! PDF icon I'm Off to Kindergarten Booklet.pdf
A message from the Howard County Library! PDF icon A+ Student Letter Incoming K.pdf

 

Prekindergarten

The HCPSS Pre-K program is a high-quality, half-day prekindergarten program. Students must be four years old by September 1, 2022, to be considered for enrollment in fall 2022. See specifics on Pre-K Program.

 

Medication Information

 
If your student requires a medication at school for the upcoming school year, please go to the link below.  Here you will find all the information and forms that are needed for students that need medications at school.  There are links to the Epi-pen order form, Diabetes order form, and Medication order form.  Please note that the order forms must be completed by a medical provider after July 1st for the 2021-2022 school year.  If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Mrs. Mary Ellen Evans, Cluster Nurse, at Mary_Evans@hcpss.org.
 
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