- Child's Completed Physical (School Entrance Health Form)
- Child's Record of immunizations
- Child's Birth Certificate (State Copy)
- One of the following proofs of residency:
- Lease or rental agreement with current address and parent name
- Copy of deed with current address and parent name
- Copy of lease or other documentation for property at Fort Gregg-Adams
Also, families should bring their children to registration night to be screened. Resources will also be available for families to prepare their children for the upcoming school year.
- L.L. Beazley Elementary: 6700 Courthouse Road
- D.A. Harrison Elementary: 12900 East Quaker Road
- Middle Road Elementary: 5400 Middle Road
- North Elementary: 11106 Old Stage Road
- South Elementary: 13400 Prince George Drive
For those parents who are new to Prince George and do not know their child's home school, please contact the Prince George School Board Office at (804)-733-2700 for further assistance with the registration process. Families can also visit the district's website and use the interactive school locator map to see their school assignment for the upcoming year by entering their address. The map is available in the Student Registration portal of the district website.
If those unable to attend Pre-K / Kindergarten Registration Night on March 26, families are encouraged to visit the division's Student Registration portal on our website http://www.pgs.k12.va.us/studentregistration/. Registration forms are available to download and complete anytime, but families will still need to complete the registration process by making an appointment at their child's school.
Additionally, the event will allow families to apply to have their child participate in the district's preschool program.
PGCPS Preschool Program:
PGCPS' Preschool Program for At-Risk Four-Year-Old Children is designed for at-risk four-year-olds residing within Prince George County, aiming to provide a healthy learning environment that addresses the needs of preschool children whose social or economic conditions place them at risk of poor school performance.
The state-funded, locally administered program focuses on providing quality preschool programs for those at-risk four-year-old children who are not being served by another program. To qualify for admittance to the division's preschool program, a child/family must meet at least one of the following four criteria:
- Family income at or below 200 percent of federal poverty guidelines,
- Student's parents or guardians are school dropouts, OR
- Students with special needs or disabilities with Individual Education Plans (IEPs).
Additionally, the child must be four years of age on or before September 30 of the enrollment year. An application must be submitted to the Prince George School Board Office for a child to be considered for enrollment.
More information about the district’s preschool program is available on the division’s website at https://www.pgs.k12.va.us/apps/pages/preschool.