AllentownSchool District

Enrollment & Registration

Modified Enrollment Due to COVID-19 (GRADES 1-11)

CLICK HERE FOR KINDERGARTEN ENROLLMENT INFORMATION



Due to COVID-19 the Allentown School District will modify the current enrollment / dis-enrollment process. Please see below for information regarding enrollment / dis-enrollment for Grades 1-12.


The Pennsylvania Department of Education is recommending if students have begun distance learning in one district, they should remain in that district for the duration of the school year, even if they move within a new school district. Families should be informed of this option prior to beginning enrollment. 

Social distancing guidelines, particularly during a "stay at home" order, may make it difficult for schools and students/families to obtain the documentation typically required for school enrollment. Exercise flexibility in the documentation accepted.

Families can submit proof of immunizations if they have it, if not, a nurse follow up at a later date 
Students that were previously enrolled don’t need to provide proof of birth if unavailable. 

Options for acquiring registration paperwork:
Registration paperwork available online here or begin the process digitally using this GoogleForm.
Registration Packets available for pick-up at ASD feeding sites on Monday and Wednesday from 11:00 – 1:00. Central ES, all middle schools, Allen and Dieruff.

Options for returning registration paperwork:
Email registration paperwork: enrollment form,  proof of address, proof of birth, and affirmation of prior discipline record to ASDenrollment@allentownsd.org.
If you are unable to email the registration paperwork, please provide registration information using the survey link. The school’s enrollment secretary will contact the parent to complete your registration.

Following completion of enrollment:
Clerical staff will collaborate with appropriate building staff identified by the principal to handle next steps.
o Homeroom/Courses in Edgenuity.
o Parent contact with information on how to get student started with distance learning. 


If a family wants to disenroll a student, they should call their school and leave a message. The secretary will return their call to confirm and process the disenrollment. 



Allentown School District seeks to ensure that all eligible children within the City are enrolled. Students are encouraged to learn and parents are invited to participate in the education process. Enrollment packets are available at any of the district schools or may be downloaded from this site.

Procedure for Enrollment

You will need to have the following information at the time of enrollment.

  1. Proof of Birth (birth certificate, baptismal certificate; valid passport; green card; hospital birth record; adoption papers; a notarized affidavit of parent/guardian; prior school record).

  2. Proof of Residency (current utility bill or service agreement for gas/oil; electric; phone, cable TV; driver’s license; vehicle registration; deed or signed current property lease; or a notarized statement from parent/guardian indicating address of residence). Residency is subject to investigation and verification by the School District.
  3. Affirmation of Prior Discipline Record – The sworn statement of the parent/guardian about the child’s previous disciplinary record. This statement is included in the enrollment packet.

  4. Proof of Immunizations with Dates (see enclosed Immunization Requirements for Kindergarten and Original Entry to School which is included in the registration packet).

Required for Students Entering Kindergarten or First Grade, BUT NOT AS A CONDITION OF ENROLLMENT

  • Proof of Physical Examination within the past year or consent for a physical exam to be conducted by the school physician. For the form in English/Spanish, click here

Other Helpful Records

  • A transfer card, an academic transcript or report card, and for special education students, an IEP and copies of assessments.

As per public policy 201 - Admission of Beginning Students:

Kindergarten

  • A child is eligible for admission to kindergarten if she/he is five (5) years old on or before September 1 of each year.
  • The Superintendent, or designee shall require that the parent/guardian of each student who registers for entrance to school shall submit proof of age, residency, and required immunizations.
  • Any other pertinent information needed, including proof of residence, shall be secured by having the parent(s)/guardian(s) complete the Pupil Registration Form and provide the required supportive documentation.
  • The determination of the date for registration, and the supervision of such, shall be the responsibility of the Superintendent or designee.
  • Click for: Pre-K/Kindergarten Registration Packet/Paquete de Inscripción para Pre-K y Kindergarten

First Grade

  • A child is eligible for admission to first grade if she/he is at least six (6) years old on or before September 1 of each year.
  • The Board is not required to admit any child whose age is less than the district's established admission age.