For the safety of the Farmingdale Community during these uncertain times, the Student Registration Office will be completing our registrations via email. Please call or email the Student Registration Office at 516-434-5112 or firstname.lastname@example.org, for instructions on how to begin the process.
Por la seguridad de la comunidad de Farmingdale durante estos tiempos inciertos, la Oficina de Registro de Estudiantes completará nuestros registros por correoelectrónico. Por favor llame o envíe un correo electrónico a la Oficina de Registro de Estudiantes al 516-434-5112 o email@example.com, para obtener instrucciones sobre cómo comenzar el proceso.
Welcome to Farmingdale School District and we look forward to your family joining our DALER community!
In order to place your child/children in the most appropriate program, and to conform with New York State law and District Policy, we will need certain information and records. Please read the following information.
To be eligible for Universal Pre-K your child must be 4 years of age by December 1st.
A child may enter kindergarten in September if she or he will be five years old on or before December 1st of the school year. You must register your child into the Farmingdale School District through the Student Registration Office. Once a child is registered in our district, you will receive information about our Kindergarten registration which takes place in March.
A child who has had a full year of kindergarten in an appropriate school will be admitted to the first grade. Students who are six years old and have not attended kindergarten will be entered initially into kindergarten and advanced according to ability.
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Once you have completed the Registration Packet/Forms, please call our main office number to schedule an appointment. If you have any questions as to what is acceptable residency proof, or unclear of any of the above required forms, please call our office prior to your registration appointment.
Thank you for your cooperation.
Diane Greene and Madeline Tavel