We are putting our house on the market this fall, we are selling it to buy another house closer to DH's work. Registration here for Kindergarten is usually in January, and we have no idea if the house will be sold by then, or if we'll even be looking for a new house in the new city yet. So I will probably plan on registering my son for Kindergarten here, in the town we are currently in.
Here is my question: Because Kindergarten in not mandatory in Colorado, if we end up moving before the school year starts, or even in the middle of the year, will the schools in the new city be required to accept my son? Or will he be put on a waiting list if the classes are full, and possibly NOT get to go to or complete kindergarten?
I ask because Preschool is not required here either, and once classes are full, you are put on a waiting list and you just have to hope for an opening for the school year. I have tried calling SEVERAL elementary schools in the city we are moving to, and have not been able to get a hold of a person, and have not received a single call back.
I appreciate any help or direction on how to find the answer to this...
Asked by MichaelsMom330 at 4:44 PM on Apr. 1, 2011 inLevel 16 (2,334 Credits)
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