22 - 23 existing STUDENT REGISTRATION
If you are planning for your child to continue attending Turner School District for the 22 - 23 school year, please complete online enrollment for your child now. To enroll current students for next school year, login to your Infinite Campus Parent Portal account (this works best in Chrome or Firefox). In the online registration application (OLR), you will review your child's current information and make any updates needed. Please make sure this information is still accurate.
Again this year, you will also mark whether your student(s) will ride the bus as we will only route students that indicate they are planning on riding. Please pay close attention to the transportation section as there is important information on procedure changes for your review.
Online Registration (OLR) must be completed by July 1st. Students will not be issued a schedule, teacher, or mobile device until the OLR is complete. If you need assistance accessing your online Infinite Campus parent portal account, email ParentPortalHelp@turnerusd202.org.
Welcome to Turner USD 202! Everyday we strive to achieve success by expecting the best from everyone, both in the classroom and outside school walls. We thank you for choosing the Turner Unified School District and look forward to getting to know your student both personally and academically.
NEW STUDENT ENROLLMENT
Online enrollments are preferred, however in person enrollment may be done by appointment. Please call (913) 288 - 4123 to schedule an appointment. It is not necessary for the student to be present during the enrollment process and only the parent or guardian will be allowed in the building.
New students enrolling in USD 202 will need to provide the following:
- Proof of Residency: A utility bill or lease is needed to establish residency in Turner USD 202.
- Student's State Issued Birth Certificate: Any student without a birth certificate submitted within 30 days of enrollment will be referred to the District Attorney's Office pursuant to Kansas State Law 72-53,106.
- State Issued Identification of Parent/Guardian
- Immunization Record
Completed Physical Form
returning student online registration (OLR)
Each July, returning students will need to complete online registration (OLR) through Parent Portal to be officially enrolled for the upcoming school year. This process consists of the parent/guardian verifying the information on file for each student and signing off on the parent acknowledgements. Students will not receive their district technology or class schedule until OLR is completed.
NOTICE FOR NON-RESIDENT STUDENTS
If your plans are to continue as a student in the Turner District, you must comply with the following:
- The student must meet established criteria for attendance, behavior, and grades based on the previous school year.
- Requests for returning non-resident enrollments are considered on a space available basis.
- Transportation for returning non-resident students is the responsibility of the parent/guardian.
- Student residency is determined by the residence of the custodial parent only. Resident locations of grandparents, other relatives, babysitters, other child care providers, etc. may not be used to determine residency.
IN ACCORDANCE WITH BOARD OF EDUCATION POLICY JBC, TURNER USD 202 DOES NOT ACCEPT ANY NEW NON-RESIDENT STUDENTS WITH THE EXCEPTION OF CHILDREN WHOSE PARENTS ARE EMPLOYEES OF THE DISTRICT OR TURNER RECREATION COMMISSION. (SEE POLICY JBC & JBCAA)
Statute 72-1111: Compulsory school attendance; exemptions. (a) Subject to the other provisions of this section, every parent or person acting as parent in the state of Kansas, who has control over or charge of any child who has reached the age of seven years and is under the age of 18 years and has not attained a high school diploma or a general education development (GED) credential, shall require such child to be regularly enrolled in and attend continuously each year (1) a public school for the duration of the school term provided for in K.S.A. 72-1006, and amendments thereto, or (2) a private, denominational or parochial school taught by a competent instructor for a period of time which is substantially equivalent to the period of time public school is maintained in the school district in which the private, denominational or parochial school is located. If the child is 16 or 17 years of age, the parent or person acting as parent, by written consent, or the court, pursuant to a court order, may allow the child to be exempt from the compulsory attendance requirements of this section.