How do I find out what school district I live in?
A great web site available to you for FREE is www.schooldistrictfinder.com. Enter your physical address and the map will provide you with your resident school district information.
If you live in Kent County, visit www.accesskent.com. Select Property Search from the Online Services drop down menu. Enter your physical address information. The school district will be listed under the Parcel Information.
How do I know if I need to complete the Kent ISD Schools of Choice plan or the 105c Schools of Choice plan?
If your resident school district is within the Kent County boundaries, you will need to complete the Kent ISD Schools of Choice application. If your resident school district is outside the Kent County boundaries, but borders Kent County, you will need to complete the 105c Schools of Choice application. Click here for more information.
Do you have a Before and After School Care (BAC) program?
Yes, Campus Kids Child Care - A State-licensed child care service located on the campus of Cedar Springs Public Schools. Click here for more information.
How will I find out about my child's bus information?
If you enroll your child DURING the school year, the transportation department will contact you by phone to provide you with your child's bus information (location, time, bus number, etc.)
If you enroll your child BEFORE the first day of school, you will be sent a notification letter with your child's bus information listed (location, time, bus number, etc.) Click here for more information.
How long after I complete the registration with the Registrar can my child start school?
Once the Registrar completes
the registration, school personnel will be notified. The school
personnel will complete the student's enrollment into classes and/or
assign a teacher. We request at least 48 hours for teacher notification
that a new student is arriving in his or her classroom.
How do I apply for the Free or Reduced Lunch Program?
Visit www.lunchapp.com to
complete your application for the Cedar Springs Free or Reduced Lunch
program. This website is confidential, quick and efficient. You will
be informed of your qualification status as soon as the processing of
your application is complete.
Applications for the school year are accepted from July 1 through June 30. If you are applying for the next school year, you MUST wait until July 1 to complete this application.
What is the R1TS Program?
R1TSstands for Region 1 Transition Services. The
R1TS Programs are Transition specific classes for young adult students
who have special needs and live within the Region 1, Kent County School
Districts. The school districts include: Cedar Springs, Comstock Park, Kenowa Hills, Kent City, Northview, Rockford and Sparta.
All R1TS participants
must have completed at least four years of high school where they have
met the academic requirements for a certificate of completion, but need
additional support in reaching their Transition goals.
R1TS #3 ~ Cedar
Springs is designed for participants who need training in regards to
safety, communication, and social skills necessary for community
integration. Participants do not require one-on-one supervision but
practice in small groups at the base site or community environments and
through volunteer activities.