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  • 2021–2022 New Kinder - 5th Grade 

    Student Priority Registration

    Priority Registration - January 11, 2021 through February 10, 2021

    Priority Open Enrollment - January 27, 2021 through February 10, 2021

    • 2021-22 School year will start on August 16. 2021. 
    • All TK registration is done at the CUSD District Office. TK is available for children turning 5 years old between September 2, 2021, and December 2, 2021. 
    • Kindergarten is offered to children turning five years old on or before September 1, 2021.  
    • Students who are currently enrolled in CUSD do not need to re-enroll for the 21-22 school year. Matriculating Kindergarten (current TK in 20-21) students and 6th grade (current 5th in 20-21) students DO NOT need to complete a new Priority Registration.
    • Transitional Kindergarten (TK) and children of CUSD/FUHSD employees will be required to register at the Student Assignment Office (online only). Please visit for more information.
    • The student must be physically living within Stevens Creek Elementary boundaries to register. CUSD does not accept any pre-registrations. If you have not yet moved within CUSD boundaries, please wait to register till the child physically lives in the neighborhood.

    What do parents need to do to register their child at Stevens Creek Elementary?

    1. Gather all required documents:

    • Proof of Residence- Current property tax bill or a final buyers statement from your title company if you recently purchased your new home (if purchased within the last six [6] months if you own your home or a fully executed lease agreement if you rent. (CUSD does not accept grant deeds)
    • Parent Photo ID- either a CA ID/Driver’s license or a passport is accepted
    • Child’s birth certificate or passport
    • Child’s most up to date Immunization records

    2. Complete this Google form to submit a registration request for your student at Stevens Creek Elementary. 

    3. Stevens Creek Staff will begin responding to submissions on January 11th, 2021.  As staff goes through the queue of applications, they will contact you with details on how to submit documents and complete online registration.

    Please email: for all registration related questions.

    Helpful Registration Links:

    2021-2022 Priority Registration and Open Enrollment

    CUSD Registration Requirements

    2021-2022 School Year Grade Placement

    What is Open Enrollment and what do Parents need to do?

    Open Enrollment is a lottery held yearly by CUSD where students can apply for CUSD schools other than their home school/attendance area school. All incoming or matriculating CUSD Kindergarten through 8th-grade students may apply for up to two alternative programs* and/or up-to two attendance area schools other than their home school. Parents will apply via an electronic form on the District (CUSD) website during the Priority Open Enrollment Window. The Priority Open Enrollment Lottery will be done electronically on March 30th, 2021. The results will be available the week of April 19th, 2021. 

    Please visit for more information regarding Open Enrollment.

    *Participation in the alternative program school lottery requires attending a tour/meeting—visit each alternative school’s website to sign up for a tour/meeting!


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    Early Dismissal:  
    Reminder - all students are released at 2:30 pm on Tuesdays.  Prompt arrival is appreciated.  


    Supervision Begins at 8:45 am:
    Children are not to arrive at school BEFORE 8:45am.  


    Homework may be requested for illness absences after three days or more.  Please call the office before 9:00 am to request homework for pick up after 3:00pm.


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