Admission of Students

The parent, guardian, or surrogate of each new enrolled in the District, except homeless pupils as defined in A.R.S. 15-824, will be asked to present the following when registering:

  • A certified copy of the child's birth certificate
  • Immunization records
  • Photo ID (Drivers License)
  • Two proofs of residency (rent or lease receipts, receipts for utility payments) Must contain parent/guardians name.

Please download, print, and fill out the registration packet below to ensure you have all of the necessary paperwork ready when you come to register your child for school.

Kindergarten Students

Your child is eligible for admission for kindergarten if he/she is five (5) years of age before September 1st of the current school year. 

A child who's birthday falls after the September 1st date can be considered for early entry. If you feel your student might be a great candidate for Early entry to kindergarten contact your home school for more information. 

Students New to Union Elementary District

In addition to the above information, students coming to Union Elementary Schools from another district must also provide a copy of their last report card or withdrawal slip from their previous school.

Non-Resident Students

The District may admit children who do not reside in the District upon such terms as it prescribes. A Pupil who enters a school shall present a properly executed withdrawal form if such pupil previously attended another school in this State(A.R.S. 15-827).

Immunization records are required for attendance of any child in any District school. As of January 1, 1992, schools were required to forbid attendance of (or to suspend) any student not meeting the requirements for immunization or exemption from immunization and shall suspend such students (pursuant to A.R.S. 15-843).

Parents will be notified of any immunizations that their child needs.If your child has received the required immunizations and booster doses in the primary grades, they will not require booster immunizations until they reach junior high school age.