Return enrollment postcards to Issaquah School District

August 6, 2009

By Chantelle Lusebrink

NEW — 12:01 p.m. Aug. 6, 2009

Do you have an elementary school child who will attend an Issaquah School District school this year? If you do, district officials would like you to return the lime green enrollment postcard they sent to your home about a week ago.

The postcards help give district officials an idea of how many students they can expect the first day of school to ensure they have enough teachers and seats at every grade level.

Classes start Sept. 2.

In addition to verifying your child’s enrollment, district officials also ask you to correct any invalid information on the card, such as an address or your child’s grade.

There are several ways to verify your student’s enrollment or update family information:

  • Mail the confirmation card: Simply correct any wrong information and confirm your student’s enrollment then drop the postage-paid card in the mail.
  • E-mail your school by going to the district Web site and confirming your student’s information and enrollment.
  • Leave a voicemail for your school by calling 837-7677 then selecting your school from the menu of options. When you leave your message confirm your child’s information and enrollment.

If you send and e-mail or leave a voicemail make sure you include the student name and grade level in your message.

This process is for elementary students only. High school and middle school student enrollment verification occurs during August registration.

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