Enrollment and Immunizations
Do you need to register a child at one of our district schools? You'll need to stop by your child's school office and complete the enrollment packet. This packet contains the necessary information for enrollment in our district, like:
- Home Address
- Home or Work Phone
- Parent's Names
- Emergency Contact Information
- Home Language Survey
- Student Medical Information
We will also need originals of the following documents (we will make copies and return the originals to you):
- Your child's birth certificate
- Up-to-date immunization record
- Certificate of Indian Blood (if applicable)
- Current grade report or transcript
- Proof of residency
- Withdraw form from your previous school
Not living within FHUSD boundaries? Download and complete the Open Enrollment Form.
Students must be three-years-old and toilet trained. Please call McDowell Mountain school office at (480) 664.5200 or the district office at (480) 664.5000 to verify if there is an opening before enrolling. Class size is limited. Please download and complete the Preschool Enrollment Packet.
Students must be three-years-old. Peer models must be toilet-trained, but it is not a requirement for children identified with special needs. Please call McDowell Mountain school office at (480) 664.5200 or the district office at (480) 664.5000 to verify if there is an opening for peer models before enrolling. Class size is limited.
Students must be five-years-old by September 1st to be entered into the program. Parents of children without complete immunization records will be allowed to pick up registration materials, but will not be able to officially register their child until all immunizations are complete.
Arizona state law requires every student to complete an immunization history at the time of enrollment. The immunization records must show your child’s:
- Date of birth
- Month, day, and year of all the immunizations received
- The name of the physician or health agency that administered the vaccines
Each child must be current on his/her immunization unless the health office has a signed exemption form on file in the health office.
Parents/guardians must keep the district nurse and health aides informed of any new immunizations their child has received so that we can keep health records updated.