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How to Enroll Your Child in Kindergarten

Children who are five years of age on or before September 1 of the school year are eligible to attend kindergarten. Centennial offers free, all-day kindergarten.

Questions? Contact Margaret Kindle at 763.792.6006, or by email at

How Do I Know if My Child is Ready for Kindergarten?

Centennial wants all children to be successful and enjoy school. Parents/guardians often wonder whether their child is ready to enter kindergarten. 

Questions and Answers about Kindergarten

General questions and answers about enrolling your child in kindergarten.

Enrollment Forms and Documents

Forms need to be completed by the parent or guardian of the student.

Minnesota School Immunization Law and Information

Minnesota Statute Section 121A.15 and Minnesota Rules Chapter 4604 require that each student enrolled in and remaining in an early childhood program, elementary school, or secondary school must submit a record stating that they have received immunizations consistent with medically accepted standards.

Technology Information

At Centennial Schools, we believe technology is a critical tool for learning and teaching in the 21st Century. 

Transportation Information

Transportation for all day, every day kindergarten is available for students who live outside the kindergarten walk area and attend the school that serves their neighborhood.

Title VII Student Eligibility Certification

Did you check American Indian or Alaskan Native on the enrollment form?