Welcome to the 2012-2013 registration and parent notices web page.
|PLEASE NOTE: This page is for returning or otherwise previously registered students and families. Families of new students must first visit their school site for registration information.
All district Back-to-School materials are online. We believe this will make it easier for families and our community to find the materials you need. And, it will help save money and resources!
All documents are PDF downloads under 300KB unless otherwise noted. Click the Acrobat logo to the left to download Adobe Acrobat Reader.
Step 1 Please read the following forms.
Parent-Guardian/Student Rights and Responsibilities The law says we must give you this information at the beginning of the year.
Agreement for Acceptable Student Use of Technology You and your child should understand his/her responsibilities for use of technology in school.
Step 2 After you read the items listed in Step 1, you must print, then sign this page. (This web site is not interactive – you cannot fill out these forms online).
Step 3 Click below if you want more information on these optional items.
Release of Student Directory Information
You may fill out and return this form to tell us which agencies may/may not receive information about your child.
Permission to Display Student Work
You may fill out and return this form if you don’t want your child’s school work or photos displayed.
- Student Nutrition Services Frequently Asked Questions
- MyNutriKids Letter to Parents and MyNutriKids Instructions
This is a new service that makes paying for school meals easier. School Meal Charge Limit Form
- Low-cost Preschool
Information about this community-based program.
- GATE Program
Our district tests all 3rd graders ("universal testing") for GATE placement. If you do not want your child to be tested, print and sign this form and send it to your child's school. For more information about the GATE program, click HERE.
Instrumental Music Program
Information about band and orchestra lessons in our district.
- City of Davis Teen Program The City of Davis provides many activities, including dances, for Davis teens during the school year. Click this link for information about the programs, as well as the parent/guardian permission slip necessary for participation
Student Accident Insurance
Information about low-cost, short-term insurance, including for tackle football players and other sports. Insurance is required for school athletics. If you already have insurance, you don’t need to purchase more.
Information about Medi-Cal health insurance for low-income families.
Information about Pesticide Use and specific chemicals that could be used. Fill out and return the form if you want us to tell you each time pesticides are used. Click here for the Master Pesticide List.
Step 4 Your child’s school site will provide you with additional forms to complete registration.