New Student Enrollment Information Can Be Found Under Counseling Tab
RETURNING PRESCHOOL STUDENTS WHAT'S NEEDED?
This will be an interesting year with a new process for registering and learning, and we want to make sure that it goes smoothly for all.
All of our returning students must update their registration information and there are three steps to registering for the 2021-2022 school year. Details on each step are outlined below, and PUSD will be sending additional information in the mail (if you haven’t already received it).
Consider making a voluntary classroom donationonline. The Preschool Classroom donation area is found through the Harvest Park Middle School Future Fund Site. These donations go directly to teachers for use in their classrooms and will include supporting the cost of the Pumpkin Patch as well as the emergency kit for your student. Teachers will not be collecting checks or cash in their classrooms the first week of school, so, if you choose to donate, please donate online. As usual, your ability to donate will in no way affect the program offered to your child.
Consider donating to PTSA and/or Pleasanton Partners In Education (PPIE) to support school wide projects including technology on campus.
STEP 2: Complete online registration through Q Parent Portal (Beginning July 30th)
Complete the online enrollment process by going to the PUSD website, starting July 30th. (Returning students should have received information in mail on registration and updating information using this same link)
Online, you will provide the required documentation, i.e. enrollment confirmation form, completed PUSD enrollment form, proof of residency, proof of birth and immunization record
Harvest Park registrar will review your online enrollment submission and will contact you if anything is missing to complete the enrollment.
* All families returning to Harvest Park will be required by the district to produce TWO current (within the last two months) documents to show proof of residency in Pleasanton. These documents can be a PG&E., water, garbage or cable TV bill, a lease document or close of escrow papers. Please note that parents or guardians without TWO proofs of residency will not be able to continue with the process of registration.
STEP 3: Payment (if required)
An invoice for tuition for iPALs will be sent with a letter confirming your placement.
Important Dates and Times
Online Registration - starts Friday, July 30th
First Day of School - Monday, August 16th for students
Harvest Park’s office is closed for the summer and will reopen July 28th. We hope you have a wonderful summer and we look forward to seeing you in August!
Please complete the emergency card, print and bring to school on your child’s first day. Click the "Emergency Card" link on the right.
Please take the time to read our Preschool Handbook, print the last page (page 9) and return it to your classroom teacher. Click the "HP Preschool Handbook" link on the right.
In the event of an extreme emergency, we are preparing emergency kits designed to help us keep your child safe and comfortable until you are able to pick him/her up. Most of the supplies are paid for by your donation to the preschool. There are a few items that we need you to provide and your teacher will give you specific information about these items.
The Preschool at Harvest Park staff appreciates the support from parents who help us supplement our classroom programs by providing materials and supplies. We are asking for a voluntary donation of $75 per student to go towards student and classroom supplies. For more information, click the "Donation Request" link on the right.
For those of you who shop on Amazon, if you do your shopping through the Amazon Smile website we will receive a donation for most all of the purchases you make. Simply go to AmazonSmile.com, select the PUSD Harvest Park Preschool as your designated charity and shop as usual. OR click on this link to go there directly: http://smile.amazon.com/ch/94-3062524
eScrip is proven to be a fantastic resource for fundraising where participating business partners contribute a percentage of your grocery loyalty cards, credit card, and debit/ATM card purchases to the school, group or organization of your choice. Visit our family of merchants for a complete list of participants in the program.
Here’s How it works
You register any one or all of your existing grocery loyalty, debit and credit cards for use in the program
Participating merchants will make contributions to your chosen group, based on purchases made by you, just by using the cards you have registered.
Your purchases are traced and available to you online, allowing you to see just how much you are earning on your child’s behalf!