WELCOME TO THE FREDERIC SCHOOL DISTRICT!
The Frederic School District offers an exceptional educational environment for students, involving them in academic projects, co-curricular activities and community service opportunities through the school year. Academic growth of all children is the focus of our 4K-12 school district.
Frederic offers half-day 4-year-old kindergarten and all-day 5-year-old kindergarten classes. Starting children off right - being prepared to meet their individual needs, understanding their individual personal development, and preparing to work with and for them as they grow and learn - is the primary goal of our early childhood and kindergarten programs.
Enroll your new student by following these steps:
STEP 1: Determine the student's eligibility
Enrollment in the Frederic School District is open to all school-age residents within the district's boundaries and to those students from other districts who have been accepted through Open Enrollment.
Children age 4 on or before September 1 are eligible for 4 Year-Old Kindergarten and children age 5 on or before September 1 are eligible for Kindergarten enrollment. To be considered for early entrance testing, please contact the Elementary School at 715-327-4221.
STEP 2: Register
Students entering 4K - 5th grade can be registered at the Frederic Elementary School (305 Birch Street). The Elementary School is open 7:30 am - 4:00 pm, Monday - Friday.
Students entering 6th - 12th grade can be registered at the Frederic 6-12 school (1437 Clam Falls Drive). The 6-12 School is open 7:30 am - 4:00 pm, Monday - Friday.
Please review the registration information needed below:
- Proof of residency (all grades)
- Electric or cable bill dated within the last 30 days
- Lease agreement with your name and current address
- Proof of immunizations (all grades)
- For more information see Immunization section below*
- Student Immunization Law Age/Grade Requirements
- Birth certificate (4K and Kindergarten)
- Additional forms that may apply (examples: asthma/allergies, medication)
- Registration packet (may be printed and dropped off or completed at the school):
*Immunizations: Wisconsin state law (252.04) requires that all students in grades K-12 be immunized against diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis (whooping cough), polio, measles and rubella. Written evidence of completed basic and booster immunizations, including the day, month and year is required. This requirement will be waived for an individual student only for health, religious or personal conviction reasons. If students are not fully immunized upon admittance to school, they must have received at least one dose of any vaccine required for their grade within 30 days of admission. They must remain on schedule, and complete all required immunizations within one year. For more information please see the Student Immunization Law Age/Grade Requirements.