Lake-Lehman School District

Lake Lehman School District

Student Registrar

Welcome to our district! We’re happy to have you here and look forward to meeting you. Whether you’re new to the area or have a child ready for preschool or kindergarten, you’ll need to complete the registration process.

Kindergarten Registration

Kindergarten online registration opens on Monday, April 1. The Lake-Lehman School District will be holding kindergarten registration for the 2024–2025 school year on the following dates:

  • Tuesday, May 21 at Lehman-Jackson
  • Wednesday, May 22 at Lake-Noxen
  • Thursday, May 23 at Ross Elementary

All parents/guardians must complete the online registration prior to arrival at registration. Please see our kindergarten registration flyer for complete details.

Registration Requirements

Visiting your child’s new school campus can help put jittery feelings at ease—both yours and your child’s! Stop by the school to turn in all necessary registration forms and documentation. When you come, please bring the following documentation:

  • Birth certificate for each child
  • Proof of required immunizations
  • Proof of residency: Please complete residency form - must be notarized  if you do not have a real estate school tax bill.
    And of two the following:
    • Utility bill clearly indicating the residence to which services are being supplied
    • Copy of state/federal program enrollment or
    • Copy of paycheck stub with name and address of employee and employer
    • Copy of municipal/county tax receipt
    • Mortgage statement
  • Copy of most recent report card or transcript 

Driver's license/vehicle registration/cell phone bills are not acceptable proof of residency

If your child received services in his/her previous school, a copy of his/her most recent IEP is helpful but not required.

Immunization Requirements

We abide by the immunization requirements set forth by the state of Pennsylvania. We require all students enrolled in our schools to be immunized in accordance with state law and will verify your child’s immunizations at the time of registration.

McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act

The McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Assistance Improvement Act of 2001 (Public Law 107-110, Subtitle B) was enacted to make sure homeless youth have access to appropriate education while removing barriers that homeless children face. The Act defines the term “homeless children and youths” as individuals who lack a fixed, regular, and adequate nighttime residence. Its goal is to minimize interruptions to the education of homeless youth.