New Student Registration
Welcome to the Rock Island-Milan School District! Our mission is to develop high-achieving world citizens!
Rock Island-Milan School District #41 currently consists of 8 neighborhood elementary schools, 1 elementary magnet school, 2 junior high schools, 1 high school, 1 alternative junior/senior high school, one special needs preschool, and the Head Start program.
Families who are new to our district may enroll their child at the individual school. If you are unsure of what school boundary you are in, check the boundary map >>
Parents/guardians must enroll their child in person at the appropriate location. To enroll a student at Rock Island High School, an appointment is needed. Please call 309-793-5950 x2010 and talk to the Registrar. Visit the high school site >>
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Kindergarten/First Grade Entrance Age
Children who are five years of age on or before September 1, 2012, will be permitted to enter kindergarten for the 2011-12 year. Children who are six years of age on or before September 1, 2012, will be permitted to enter first grade.
All children entering the school district from out of state need to present proof of up-to-date immunizations and a school physical within 30 days of school entrance. No medication can be given in the schools (including over the counter and prescription medications) without written permission from the doctor and guardian. Medication permission slips MUST be renewed annually.
Physical and Dental Exams Required (scroll down for forms)
Kindergarten: Physical, vision & dental exam
2nd grade: Dental exam
6th grade: Physical and dental exam
9th / Freshman: Physical exam
Sports physicals are also required to participate in extra curricular activities and are separate from a regular physical examination.
New Students Must Bring
- Birth Certificate
- Social Security Card
- Illinois physical and immunization record
- Current Copy of IEP if available
- Proof of address, such as utility bill or water bill (address must be printed on the bill) Driver’s license and cell phone bills are unacceptable.