Kindergarten Registration

Student Council students put together a video tour of Ralph Moody Elementary.  Click here to watch the tour.  Click here to watch the slideshow from Kindergarten Information Night on January 7.

Kindergarten Registration

Children who will be five years old by October 1, 2021 are eligible for kindergarten in the fall. If you have a child who will be entering kindergarten for the 2021-2022 school year and you would like to learn more about our school and kindergarten program, please call the Megan in the office at 303-347-4611 or email mnordlander[at]lps.k12.co[dot]us.

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Parents may register their child for kindergarten starting December 1.  If you are a current LPS parent with an active parent portal Infinite Campus account, click on "More" and "New Student Registration 2021." If you are a current LPS parent and your portal is not active, contact the main office to activate your portal account.  

If you are a new LPS parent, visit the district website to begin registration on December 1. 

In addition to the registration packet, parents should upload the following items to their online registration:

  1. Birth Certificate
  2. Immunization records
  3. Parent ID
  4. Proof of residency (For proof of residency please bring a utility bill, house contract, deed, or signed lease agreement)

The deadline for kindergarten registration is January 20, 2021.

Getting Your Child Ready for Kindergarten

  • Talk to your child, have him or her share ideas. Ask questions that require a detailed response.
  • Sing songs and nursery rhymes. Help your child make new words to familiar tunes.
  • Read daily to your child. Talk about the book. Ask questions about his or her favorite part or what the book is about.
  • Visit your local library. Help your child check out a variety of books and join in story hour.
  • Do puzzles and play games together.
  • Count everyday objects—household items, driving in the car, steps it takes to get down the stairs.
  • Help your child socialize. If your child is not currently in a preschool program, look into group sports, play dates, even a trip t the playground.
  • Visit the classroom before school starts with your child. The teachers are at Ralph Moody bout a week before school starts. Come by and say hello!
  • Have your child practice tying shoes, zipping and putting on coats.
  • Role play with your child, pretend to be the teacher. Have your child ask questions and share excitement or fears.
  • Buy school supplies together.  Make sure your child helps pick out the supplies.
  • Have your child practice cutting. Use old newspapers or magazines.
  • Use flash cards to familiarize your child with the alphabet.