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2024-2025 PreK Enrollment Form

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2024-2025 Enrollment Information

The 2024/2025 school year begins with a new law pertaining to non-resident enrollment.

Here is a copy of our Policy.

If you are a non-resident student and want to attend Pretty Prairie Schools, we're glad you're here!

Here is the application! Please print it and complete!

Email the form to or deliver/mail the form to:

USD 311 Central Office

Attn: Enrollment Application Processor

206 E Main St

PO Box 218

Pretty Prairie, KS 67570

Open Seats for Non-Resident Students for the 2024-25 School Year

enrollment capacity

After an application is completed, here are the next steps:
From June 1-30, the district will accept applications from nonresident, or out-of-district, students. If the number of nonresident students applying is less than the capacity available, all students must be admitted. If the number of applications exceeds the capacity for a grade level within the district, the district will randomly select nonresident students via a lottery process on or before July 15 of each year.

Per statute, priority is given to military students, students in the custody of the Department of Children and Families and, in future years, to any sibling who already has been accepted to enroll in our schools, as long as there are open spots for those siblings. Once a student has been accepted, he or she can remain a Pretty Prairie student until graduation, provided the student meets the attendance and behavioral expectations specified in the policy.

Nonresident families will be notified by July 15 if they have been accepted to enroll for that school year. The district shall provide to the parent or person acting as a parent of a nonresident student who was not accepted for or denied enrollment at such school district the reason for the nonacceptance or denial and an explanation of the nonresident student selection process.

Please bring the following information to the school offices.

Proof of Residency - Kansas state approved list:

  • Kansas DL or ID renewal postcard

  • Current Kansas vehicle registration or title

  • Utility bill or equivalent no more than two months old

  • Financial institution such as a bank statement, deed or mortgage

  • Rent or lease agreement

  • Kansas Voter Registration Card

  • Current auto, life or homeowners insurance bill with applicant’s name and address

  • Current educational transcript/school grade card

  • Current professional license by a U.S. agency

  • Current W-2 or 1099

  • Mail from a federal, state, county or city agency

  • Department of Corrections Certificate of Identification

Certified Copy of Birth Certificate -

  • Age: Pre-school: if eligible, 3 or 4 years on or before August 31

  • Kindergarten: five years old on or before August 31

  • First Grade: six years old on or before August 31

Immunization Record

Health Assessment - Physical from most recent medical exam.

Physical Form (needed for anyone participating in athletics, Grades 6-12)

School Contact Information

Elementary School – Jo McCullough: 620-459-6621,

Middle School – James White: 620-459-6911,

High School – Kristin Rexwinkle: 620-459-6313,