New Student Registration



for 2020-2021 School Year

  Registration Form (English)    Registration Form (русский | Russian)    Registration Form (Español | Spanish)

Download and print the attached Registration Packet. The basic registration packet is the same for all schools. However, depending on student grade level, additional information may be required. Please refer to lists and links below for additional requirements.

To register your child, please bring the completed registration packet and additional required documents to the school of enrollment.  If you are unable to print these, you may request a paper copy at your child’s school.

During the summer, when schools are closed, registration packets can be turned into the district office. Please note that the district office is closed on Fridays during most of the summer.

Please bring the entire completed Registration packet along with the following documents when registering your child:

    • Registration Packet
    • Birth Certificate *
    • Copy of the most recent report card, if available
    • Immunization information**
  • GRADES 2 – 8:
    • Registration Packet
    • Copy of most the recent report card, if available
    • Immunization information**
  • GRADES 9 – 12:
    • Registration Packet
    • Transcript
    • 9th graders can bring a copy of most recent report card
    • Withdrawal grades (if enrolling after the semester has begun)
    • Immunization information*
    • Verification of District Residency form and supporting documents listed on form
    • State Assessment scores, if any
    • State History Requirement completion verification
    • Birth Certificate *
  • IEP and current evaluation – if your child is receiving Special Services
  • 504 or Individual Health Plan (IHP) – if your child has one.

* To request a Washington State issued birth certificate, click here.  For all other states, we suggest searching for the state’s name plus birth certificate in your favorite search engine to find the process to request one.

** Immunization Information

Vaccines Given in Washington State

  1. Access the provider-verified certificate on the Washington State Immunization Information System. Once you create an account on Washington MyIR, you will be able to access the certificate at any time.
  2. Ask your clinic or provider to fax or mail the vaccine report to you or to the nurse at your child’s school. You may also pick this up from the provider’s office.
  3. Visit your primary care provider and have them print a copy of your child’s Certificate of Immunization Status (CIS). It must be signed, dated, and submitted to the school nurse.

Vaccines Given Outside of Washington State

  1. Ask your clinic or provider fax or mail the vaccine report to you or to the nurse at your child’s school.
  2. Transfer your child’s immunizations on to a Washington State Certificate of Immunization (CIS). It must be signed and dated and submitted to the school nurse and we request you attach the original vaccine record.

Exempt Status

To request your child to be exempt from any immunization requirement, you must have a completed Certificate of Exemption (COE) form on file, which may be obtained from your child’s school or health care provider.

Students with exempt status will be excluded from school in the event of an outbreak and will remain excluded per Department of Health recommendations. One case constitutes an outbreak.

2020-21 Vaccine Requirements for New Students

All new students enrolling in Washougal School District for 2020-2021 are required to provide medically verified immunization records.

This means immunization records turned into the school for incoming students must be from a health care provider, or paperwork from a health care provider must be attached to a handwritten form showing your child’s records are accurate.

Examples include:

Learn more about changes to state immunization rules for schools effective August 1, 2020, on the Washington State Department of Health website.

Print the 2020-21 Certification of Immunization Status Form

Parents and guardians must provide a record of student’s immunizations by completing a 2020-2021 Certificate of Immunization Status (CIS) form available from the Washington State Department of Health in multiple languages.

Upon registration, you must provide current immunization information for your student(s).


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