To enroll your child in private school, contact the school directly for necessary documents and procedures.
To enroll your child in public school for the first time, you need the items listed below to complete your child's registration. You can also visit the Clark County School District Web site at www.ccsd.net for more information.
Two forms of proof of address are required. These may be in the form of a recent utility bill, rent receipt, residence lease, or sales contract. If you only have a sales contract for the purchase of a new home as proof of address, the school will enroll your child on the condition that one additional proof of address from the above list is submitted within 30 days. (Driver's license, telephone bill, or cable bill are not acceptable).
If you are living with a friend or relative, you must bring a notarized statement signed by you and the owner/renter of the property where you are staying, indicating that it is your place of residence, and a form of your personal identification (driver's License, picture I.D., etc.) which bears the address of the friend or relative you reside with. (Must be presented within 30 days.)
People who are homeless or living in shelters may obtain enrollment information by calling (702) 855-6682.
2. Proof of the Child's Identity
This may consist of an original birth certificate, a passport, or a certified birth card (issued by the Clark County Health District or another health district). Copies will not be accepted.
3. Proof of Immunizations
You must have records indicating that your child has had, or at least started, this series of immunizations. These are available at the Southern Nevada Health District.
- Four DTaP/DTP/DT/Td/ATD doses (at least one dose must be given on or after the fourth birthday).
- New requirement for 7th grade entry: One Tdap dose required if at least 5 years have lapsed since last DTaP/DTP/DT/Td/ATD
- Three Polio doses (one dose must be given on or after the fourth birthday unless all four IPV doses are administered after 6 weeks of age and are all separated by at least 4 weeks).
- Two MMR doses (1st dose must be given on or after the first birthday. A 2nd dose is required for initial entry into kindergarten and first grade).
Students new to Nevada schools, whether entering school for the first time or transferring from another state need the following in addition to the above vaccinations:
- Two Hepatitis A doses (2nd dose must be given at least 6 months after the 1st dose).
- Three Hepatitis B doses (must have a minimum of 4 weeks between 1st and 2nd dose, 8 weeks between 2nd and 3rd dose, and 16 weeks between 1st and 3rd dose).
- One Chicken pox (Varicella)* dose (must be given at 12 months of age or older).
* If first dose given on or after 13 years of age or older, two (2) doses are required 3 months apart. NOTE: Physician verification required if student has had the chicken pox disease.
Providing the following information will help ensure that your child is enrolled promptly and placed in the appropriate classes:
- Previous records regarding placement in a special program or class.
- A recent report card or transfer document that shows the name and address of your child's last school.
- Information about any disabilities or special health problems, such as seizures, asthma, heart problems, health care procedures or medications.
If you are transferring your child from one school to another within the Clark County School district, you will still need to provide:
- Proof of new address (as previously described)
- Transfer papers from the school of withdrawal
Once you have accumulated the required information, you can find your assigned school by calling (702) 799-6430 or visiting http://ccsd.net/schools/zoning/
Bus service is provided to all students who live more than two miles from their zoned schools. All eligible students must fill out an application requesting bus transportation. These forms are available at your child's school and the Clark County School District Transportation Department ((702) 799-8100). For routes and schedules, call the respective school. Busses are not allowed to load and unload on private property except when unsafe to do so on the street. Note: If your child requires bus transportation due to special physical needs, please notify the school nurse. A physician's statement may be requested.
Hot lunches and breakfasts are available for purchase at all schools. Breakfast and lunch items are available a la carte at area high schools. Contact the school directly for exact costs. Applications are available at the school office or school cafeteria for free or reduced-price meals for students in grades kindergarten through eight.
Starting and ending times vary. Please call your school for the schedule.
Before and After School Programs
The City of Henderson Parks and Recreation Department offers Safekey, a before- and after-school recreational enrichment program, at all Henderson elementary schools. The program provides crafts, games, special activities, nutrition, and homework time for children while their parents work. Safekey also provides milk by way of the USDA Special Milk Program through a grant from the Nevada Department of Education.
Safekey follows the Clark County School District calendar. Registration is available online at cityofhenderson.com/parks and at all of our recreation centers. Registration is not available at Safekey sites. Any payments received after Wednesday are based on drop-in rates only. Families are eligible for multiple-child discounts for weekly enrollments and financial assistance is available for those who qualify. In accordance with federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, these programs are prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, natural origin, sex, age, or disability.
Elementary school sites: Bartlett, Cox, Dooley, Galloway, Gibson, Hinman, Kesterson, Lamping, Mack, McCaw, McDoniel, Morrow, Newton, Roberts, Sewell, Smalley, Taylor (Glen), Taylor (Robert), Thorpe, Treem, Twitchell, Vanderburg, Wallin, Walker, and Wolff. The first day of school is Aug. 26.
Teen Scene Program
Sixth through eighth graders enjoy this enriching after-school program with their peers. Provided for parents to ensure teens’ safety, the program features arts and crafts, nutrition, sports, field trips, special events, homework time, and a snack. Teen Scene provides milk by way of the USDA Special Milk Program through a grant from the Nevada Department of Education.
The program follows the nine-month Clark County School District calendar. Registration is available online at cityofhenderson.com/parks and at every City of Henderson recreation center. Registration is not available at Teen Scene sites. Any payments received after Wednesday are based on drop-in rates only. Families are eligible for multiple-child discounts for weekly enrollments and financial assistance is available for those who qualify.
In accordance with federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, these programs are prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, natural origin, sex, age, or disability.
Junior high/middle school sites: Brown, Burkholder, Del Webb, Greenspun, Mannion, Miller, and White. The first day of school is Aug. 26.