Kindergarten Child Sitting

Who Should Register for Kindergarten 2024-2025?

JK – Children who will turn 4 in 2024
SK (SKFI) – Children who will turn 5 in 2024
(Please remember to bring proof of your child’s age and address.)

If you have a child already attending JK in one of our schools, you:

  • DO NOT need to register for SK English.
  • DO need to register for SK French Immersion.

We encourage you to contact your school principal to talk about the Kindergarten program and how the program will support your child’s educational adventure.

Questions? Please call your child’s designated school. This will help to ensure that you are connected with school specific contacts.  

Would you like to get started?

How to Start Preparing Your Child for JK

Check out our Kindergarten Videos!

Check out our Kindergarten Handbook!

We’re thrilled to welcome you and your child to Lakehead Public Schools! What an exciting milestone your child has reached. Your child is very important to us and we can’t wait to meet and work with you, your child and your family.

We know that you want your child to have the best possible start to his/her school experience. It is a priority for us to make sure that this happens, beginning with you and your child feeling welcome and at home in your public school. Visit the school at the Kindergarten Open House, or call us to arrange a visit while classes are in session. If any questions come up about starting school, please contact us any time.

Transportation 807-625-1660
Board Office Main Reception 807-625-5100

All Lakehead Public Schools Kindergarten Programs provide instruction and play-based learning where children develop socially and emotionally through interaction with their peers and the adults who teach and guide them. Students develop their capacity in language and mathematics, and engage in healthy physical activities and the arts.

Click here to learn about our Before and After School Child Care program.

Each child is unique and exceptional

Children arrive at school with different backgrounds, experiences and are at different stages of development. Teachers and parents working together can provide learning experiences that will build each student’s confidence and give everyone the best possible start.

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