GEK-School Calendar




Full Day Every Day Kindergarten

Registration begins in January each year for 
Junior and Senior Kindergarten.
 

Beginning in January each year, the Halton District School Board accepts registrations for Junior and Senior Kindergarten. Please drop by or call your designated elementary school to find out which dates have been established for Kindergarten registration.

Parents are reminded to register at their existing home school (as shown on the Schools page under Find a School on the Halton District School Board website, www.hdsb.ca)

In neighbourhoods where new schools are under construction, parents should continue to register at their current home school. Information about changes to the school boundaries will be shared on the board website once school boundary reviews are completed. 

Which school is my child’s home school? 
To determine your child's school, please refer to the Schools page and enter your address in the Find a School search box

School Boundary Maps are also found within the Planning section of the Halton District School Board website.

To register for Fall 2016, Junior Kindergarten children must be 4 years old by December 31, 2016, and Senior Kindergarten children must be 5 years old by December 31, 2016. Parents/guardians must be public school supporters.

*Click here for registration information, including a list of the documents that must accompany the Student Registration Form.

Parents/Guardians may print and fill out the Student Registration Form and theKindergarten Parent Questionnaire before bringing them to the school.  These forms are found in the downloads section on the right side of this page.

For additional information, contact: 
905-335-3663, Toll free: 1-877-618-3456
Burlington schools - ext. 3294
Halton Hills and Milton schools – ext. 3324 
Oakville schools – ext. 3271 or 3307


Note: Student personal information is collected during registration and while attending school pursuant to the Education Act. This information will be used for planning and programming, school to home communications, and to establish the Ontario Student Record, which contains information conducive to the improvement of instruction. Questions about the information collected during registration and while attending school should be directed to Tim Sadai, Managing Information for Student Achievement (MISA) Leader for the Halton District School Board or your local Superintendent of Education.