New Student Information

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    For additional information, please contact the registrar’s office at Sunset Lakes Elementary at 754-323-7650.  During COV-ID 19 and eLearning, office hours will be Monday through Friday 7:30 - 2:30 p.m.    At the present time, all registration is handled electronically.   E-mail the complete registration packet to the Sunset Lakes Elementary School Registrar,

    Registration Form English

    Emergency Contact Card English

    Registration Form Spanish

    Emergency Contact Card Spanish

    Registration Form Haitian/Creole

    Emergency Contact Card Haitian Creole

    Registration Form Portugese

    Emergency Contact Card Portugese

    Age Requirements
    Child must be 5 years old on or before September 1
    First Grade
    Child must be 6 years old on or before September 1and must have been enrolled in a public school or must have satisfactorily completed kindergarten in a nonpublic school.

    How to Register for School

    Below is a checklist to help the registration process go as smoothly as possible:
    First, make sure that we are the correct school.  To find out the school(s) assigned to your home address, you can either use the School Locator feature at or call the District's Innovative Programs Department at 754-321-2380. You must provide your specific street address and your child's grade level and the office will determine the correct school your child is supposed to attend.

    When you arrive at your child's school to register, please use the following checklist:

    (School Board Policy 5.1 Amended 1.15.13)

    Column A - One current piece of evidence from the following sources in the name of the parent/guardian registering the child:
    _______ Current telephone or electric bill in the name of the parent registering the child
    _______ Mortgage Statement
    _______ Notarized Lease agreement with name, address, and phone number of lessor
    _______ Mortgage commitment
    _______ Home Purchase contract including specified closing date, with copy of deed to be provided within 60 days of closing date
    _______ Homestead exemption card


    Column B - One current piece of evidence from the following sources in the name of the parent/guardian registering the child:
    _______Automobile Insurance
    _______Current Florida Driver’s License/Florida Identification Card
    _______Cellular telephone bill
    _______Credit card statement
    _______Bank account statement
    _______United States Postal Service confirmation of address change request or evidence of correspondence delivered through U.S. Postal Service
    _______Declaration of Domicile form from the County Records Department
    When domicile is temporary, and proof, as stated above, cannot be presented at the time of registration, the student shall be allowed to register in school for 30 days with the following documents:
    ________A notarized statement of Provisionary Domicile signed by the parent/guardian and owner or lessee with whom the parent/guardian is residing
    ________A proof of residency from the Column A list above, in the name of owner or lessee signing the Statement of Provisionary Domicile
    Acceptable permanent proof of residency must be provided with 30 days
    When the parent/guardian resides permanently with someone else who resides in the school’s boundary area, the parent/guardian must submit one from each of the following plus the appliucable Shared Housing Form below
    Shared Housing Form English

    Shared Housing Form Spanish

    Shared Housing Form Haitian Creole

    Shared Housing Form Portugese
    ________A proof of residency from the Column A list above, in the name of owner or lessee
    ________ One current piece of evidence from Column B list above in the name of the parent/guardian registering the child

    NOTE: Students whose parents are found, after appropriate investigation, to have submitted fraudulent in formation in an effort to enroll a student in a school to which the student is not assigned shall be immediately withdrawn and referred for enrollment in the appropriate boundary school.

    _______Official birth certificate
    If such certificate is not available, the following forms of evidence are acceptable:
    _______ A duly attested transcript of a certificate of a religious document showing date of birth, accompanied by an affidavit sworn to by the parent
    _______ Insurance policy on the child’s life which has been in force at least two years
    _______ A passport or certificate of arrival in the U.S. showing the age of the child
    _______ Official school records that provide evidence that the child has attended school for four years
    _______ An affidavit sworn to by the parent, accompanied by a certificate from the
    County health officer, that he/she believes the child to be of required school age

    _______ Students, grades K‐12 and entering Florida school for the first time, must present evidence of a medical examination performed within twelve months prior to their initial enrollment or day student was brought to school to fill out necessary forms for the purpose of Becoming a Broward County Public School student
    _______ Parents must provide a written notification of any health/medical problem that requires staff awareness and/or supervision for their child
    _______ Medical Treatment Form, if needed

    _______Florida Certificate of Immunization (Form HD680)
    _______Permanent medical Exemption (if immunization if contraindicated for one or all)
    _______Religious exemption (Form681), a temporary exemption (Form DH680 Part B) or a medical exemption (Form DH680, Part C)

    If the student is residing with someone other than the parent or legal guardian, the following provisions shall apply:
    _______If the parent/guardian lives within the tri‐county area (Miami Dade, Broward or Palm Beach), the individual registering the child must provide documentation of custody by an appropriate state agency such as the Department of Children and Families or the Court. In case of hardship, to be determined by the school, a signed, notarized Letter appointing custody will be sufficient
    _______ If the parent/guardian lives outside the tri‐county area (including outside of the U.S.), a notarized statement from the parent/guardian, identifying the person assuming responsibility for the child must be presented
    _______ If a parent/guardian lives within the tri–county area, and the student lives in a residence licensed by the Department of Children and Families, the student may be enrolled in the school that serves that licensed residence.
    _______Registration emergency card (NOTE: Only parents/guardian signing registration form can change registration/emergency information).
    _______Latest report card and/or transcript needed for appropriate grade placement


     CHECKLIST (pdf)


    Our School Dress Code
    School uniforms are MANDATORY.  Students may wear a RED, WHITE, or NAVY BLUE polo shirt, with khaki or navy blue pants, shorts, skirts, or skorts, and closed toed shoes.  Polos may be worn with or without our school logo.  Our school uniform store is Planet T.  Please click here for Planet T hours, pricing, and other information.  
    Students may wear Spirit Shirts on Fridays with uniform bottoms.  Spirit Shirts are available for purchase through our PTSA.  Jeans are not part of our dress code and may only be worn on  designated days.  For more information regarding uniforms, please call the front office at 754-323-7650.

    Benefits of a Uniform Policy
    Research suggests that school uniforms

    • Improve discipline, self-esteem and self-respect.
    • Focus the student towards learning.
    • Eliminate the fear of whether their clothing choice will be acceptable by peers.
    • Strengthens school pride.
    • Identify student population from strangers on school grounds.
    • Cost effective.


    All children should start wearing their school uniform on the very first day of school this August.  Please call us at school if you have any questions or concerns.

    A parent or guardian may request by mail or in person an application for an exemption from the uniform program.  Exemption waivers must be completed by the 10th day of the student's enrollment.