New Student Enrollment
Please pass this information along to any of your friends or neighbors who live in Lakeview Elementary's attendance area and are interested in attending Lakeview Elementary next school year.
Lakeview Elementary School’s Transitional Kindergarten (TK) / Kindergarten and New Student ONLINE Registration will begin Mid-February 2023 via this link. Be sure to check the correct date you are enrolling for (i.e. next school year vs. current school year) and make sure you have the correct spelling of your child’s name and correct birth date, exactly as listed on your child’s birth certificate. Please DO NOT USE all uppercase when completing your registration online. Once you have completed your online registration we have a Part B Packet that you will need to pick up from our school office.
Any questions regarding Child Care, please contact our Child Care Lead Teacher, Jennifer Gutierrez, at 714-223-7506.
Once you have completed the first step of registering online, please call our front office at 714-986-7190 to let us know that you are ready for Part B of our registration process.
All incoming students must provide the following documents:
- Birth Certificate - Original legal Birth Certificate or passport, not hospital certificate
- Immunization Record - Must include complete dates of all immunizations, including diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus, polio, hepatitis B, measles, mumps, rubella, and chickenpox vaccines. Immunizations must be up to date prior to school entry.
- California Health Examination - All incoming Kindergarteners must have a physical after March 1, 2021. Proper forms to take to your health care provider are available in the school office or online through the district’s website.
- Proof of Residency - Current gas or electric bill, rental agreement, escrow papers, IRS documents, property tax documentation, or a paycheck stub. We will need one proof of residency and verification of identity of parent with a legal document.
This year, Lakeview Elementary has one Transitional Kindergarten and two full-day Kindergarten classes, however, depending on enrollment numbers this can change for the incoming school year.