1702 N. Main St.
Davenport, IA

Kindergarten – 8th Grade Registration

Our Elementary schools serve Kindergarten through 5th grade students while our Intermediate schools serve 6th through 8th grade students. To enroll your new student into Davenport Community Schools please complete Online Registration. Families with currently enrolled students will complete Online Registration through their Parent Portal account. The initial enrollment requires additional information from families including, proof of birth, proof of immunizations, proof of address, and an extended enrollment packet. A traditional in-person registration will also be held in August at your child’s school.

For additional resources and enrollment information please click your area of interest below:

Elementary Resources
Intermediate Resources
Other Important Resources

Kindergarten Enrollment

To enroll in Kindergarten for the 2019/20 school year a child must be 5 years of age on or before September 15th, 2019. Completing online registration is the first step in the registration process with final enrollment based on availability. Schools will host a traditional Kindergarten Roundup to introduce families and students to their new school on Thursday, March 7th. Times vary by school. Please click here for more details and the compete schedule. Please note that for new Kindergartners, Parent/Guardians are required to complete online registration AND submit these additional documents:

  1. Proof of birth such as birth certificate, baptismal record, hospital certificate, visa or passport, immunization record, or adoption paperwork.
  2. Proof of Address in the form of a utility bill, mortgage statement, lease or rental agreement. Proof of address is required to consider your child for enrollment.
  3. Proof of Immunization from doctor or Iowa Exemption Certificate
  4. Confirmation of  Blood Lead Testing, Vision Screening, and Dental Screening or Exemption Form.

Elementary Resources

  • Stepping Stones offers before and after school programs at most Davenport elementary schools. The Stepping Stones programs offer a safe, fun, caring environment with enrichment activities geared to the elementary school students’ interests and abilities. Reading, math, arts enrichment, homework help and structured play activities that align with the Davenport Schools curriculum are offered. Additional information and an application may be found by visiting the Stepping Stones web site.
  • The Davenport Community Schools publishes Family & Community Learning Guides packed full of information for parents of students Kindergarten through Grade 5. Each grade-level guide helps parents understand what students should know by the end of that grade level. Included are ideas for fun activities parents can do at home with their children to strengthen specific skills and information about community resources. The Family & Community Learning Guides are available at your child’s school, on the main level of the Achievement Service Center at 1606 Brady Street or you may view the guides as PDFs by clicking here.

Intermediate Resources

  • Some schools host transition to middle school for many incoming 6th grade students. Activities include learning the school, team building activities, and getting to know their schedules and teachers. Intermediate “Jumpstart” will vary by building. Please contact your school office for more information.
  • All students who are interested in participating on a school athletic team must bring a completed physical examination form to be completed by your physician and includes the signed parental permission for the student to participate on school athletic teams.

Other Important Resources

  • Student Health Needs: For information related to immunizations and exemption forms; vision, hearing, and dental screenings; and other student health topics, please visit Health Services.
  • School Meals: Each school offers daily meal options that meet federal nutrition standards. Families can use the My School Bucks Online Payment System for online deposits to your child’s meal account. You may also deposit money into your student’s lunch account by bringing cash or check to the food service cashier at your child’s school. Families wishing to be considered for free and reduced meals will need to complete an online application prior to receiving benefits. For further information please visit Food and Nutrition Services.
  • Bussing and Transportation
  • School Supply Lists
  • Parent Portal: Parent Portal is a secure website that you can use to track your child’s progress in school. It is your access point to use the online registration system (returning families), view your student’s attendance records, lessons and current grades (secondary only), report cards, and class schedule. You may also pay fees by using our online payment system, Touch Base, through Parent Portal.
  • Student Insurance: Click here for a .pdf overview of student accident insurance options. To enroll please click here to visit the Student Assurance Services website.
  • Online Registration Service
  • Fees and Fee Waiver Application