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Registration for the 2019-2020 school year will open in March.  Please check back for updates. 
Central Registration
Located at Plum High School, 900 Elicker Rd., Plum, PA 15239
Hours 8:15-11:45 and 1:00-3:00
No appointment necessary
Registration is done in person
Your child does not need to be present for registration 
Plum Borough School District has a half day Kindergarten program.
Kindergarten students must be 5 on or before September 1st.
First grade students must be 6 on or before September 1st. 
Our registration forms are listed to the right, they are available for you to download.
If you are unsure which elementary school your child will attend, please go to Plum Borough School DIstrict's website, click Departments, click Transportation, click PBSD Bus Stop Locator and enter your address. 
Registration Requirements:
  • Registration packet filled out in its entirety including having page 4 notarized (first time Kindergarten does not need notarized)
  • Birth Certificate
  • Immunization Records
  • Custody and/or Guardianship Documentation (if applicable)
  • Proof of Residency:
    • Mortgage, deed or lease AND
    • Driver's License with the Plum Address AND
    • Two (2) Utility Bills
The following reports are required prior to your child starting school at the beginning of the school year (once the school year has started, if your child is transferring from another school and you turned this information into the other school, we can get the reports from them):
  • Dental Report (grades K, 3 and 7) 
  • Private Physicians Report (grades K, 6 and 11) 

 New Lead Testing Requirement for Students entering Kindergarten in the 18-19 School Year:

The Allegheny County Health Department (ACHD) recently imposed regulations requiring schools to collect proof that students entering Kindergarten have been tested for lead exposure. Lead is a neurotoxin that can have irreversible effects on your child’s health, IQ & ability to learn.  Your child could encounter exposure from many different sources, including the public water supply, as happened in Flint, Michigan. Please remember to ask your Health Care Provider to include the dates of lead testing when completing school forms. If your Kindergarten age child has not previously had lead testing, it is recommended that he or she get tested as soon as possible. The ACHD provides this test to un- or underinsured families. Please refer to the brochure in the Registration Packet, or you may find it posted on the Nursing Services section of the district’s website. For any concerns or questions, please contact your school nurse.