Kindergarten Registration

Children enrolling in Kindergarten for the 20-21 school year must be 5 years old on or before October 1, 2020.

Register here using Online Registration Application.  The following documents must be submitted when completing the registration process: 
• Birth Certificate
• Immunization Records
• Proof of Residency (warranty deed, deed of trust, or lease agreement).

Please email OLR_Help@dcsdk12.org, or phone 720-433-1242 for assistance. You can reach LPE's Registrar Irma Krzak, via email at ikrzak@dcsdk12.org.
20-21 Registration Packet

KINDERGARTEN for 20-21 will be Full Day.
Children enrolling in Kindergarten for the 20-21 school year must be 5 years old on or before October 1, 2020.

Full-day(9:05 am - 3:55 pm) 
If you reside outside of the Legacy Point Elementary attendance area, you may apply for the Second Round of Open Enrollment from January 22nd - August 3rd. You can begin the process by clicking on the following link: Open Enrollment


IMPORTANT SKILLS FOR KINDERGARTEN

Kindergarten Skills in 6 Key Areas of Learning

Skills in six key areas of learning and development are important as children prepare to enter Kindergarten. Does your incoming Kindergarten student have most of these skills?


Click here to view the skills: Kindergarten Skills.pdf

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