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Enrollment Just Got Easier

For the 2014-2015 school year, Auburn-Washburn is moving to centralized enrollment. All enrollment sessions for returning students (grades K-12) will be held at Washburn Rural High School July 29-31.

Elementary Students

Returning elementary families may not need to attend an enrollment session if they register online. Just follow the online registration instructions.

Middle and High School Students

Returning students entering grades 7-12 should register online prior to enrollment, then attend one of the sessions.

Enrollment Sessions

Returning students in all grades can come to Washburn Rural High School (5900 SW 61st Street) during the enrollment sessions to complete the registration process, pay fees, etc.

To help evenly spread the flow, families are encouraged to attend the enrollment session date corresponding to the first letter of their last name; however, families may come to another session if the assigned day is inconvenient.

  • Tuesday, July 29, 7:00 AM to 3:00 PM
    Last name A - G
  • Wednesday, July 30, 7:00 AM to 3:00 PM
    Last name H - O
  • Thursday, July 31, 7:00 AM to 3:00 PM
    Last name P - Z
  • Thursday, July 31, 3:00 PM to 7:00 PM
    Families who could not attend earlier sessions

Visit our enrollment page for more information about online registration.

School Supply Lists

Click a link below to view that school's supply list:

Auburn-Washburn has openings in preschool programs

Preschool Programs Available

If you are new to our district and have a student ages three to four years old, you may be interested in one of our preschool classrooms. For more information, please call Jill Gratton at 339-4038 or pick up an application at the Shuler Education Center at 53rd and Wanamaker.

We offer several types of early childhood education in our preschool settings, allowing us to serve as many children as possible and to meet the needs of individual learners. Classrooms may contain a mix of students who are enrolled in different programs or “slots”. Not all programs are available at all attendance centers. Children attend three, four, or five days a week depending on their program. Most of the programs we offer have specific criteria that determine eligibility. These programs include:

At-risk four-year-old preschool

Students must be four years old by August 31 of each new school year. Families must meet at least one of ten eligibility criteria such as low income, single parent, parent lacks a high school diploma, etc.

Students with a disability

Students must be determined eligible for special education services through a comprehensive evaluation. Students may be ages three to five years. Students in this program may receive services in our classrooms, in community preschools, at home or in other community settings.

Kindergarten prep

Students who have attended one year of preschool and are not quite ready for Kindergarten. Teachers refer students for this program. This program is only available at Pauline Central Primary School.

Title One

Students who live in the neighborhood of a school designated as a Title One school (a certain percentage of families in that school meet socio-economic eligibility criteria). Currently, this program is only available at Pauline Central Primary School.

Three-year-old peer models

Students who are three-years-old and have passed an eligibility screening. There is a fee associated with this program. No transportation is provided for students in this program.

Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library Events

Readapalooza [6-12 years] Marvin Auditorium, 101C
July 15, 17, 22, 24, 29, 31 10:00 - 11:00 AM
Grab some carpet, and discover books you’ll dig — down-to-the-meat nail biters, snort-when-you-laugh funny, stay-up-all-night-to-finish good, and best of all, no book report. Score 30 minutes toward your Summerfest reading goal for each time you participate.
Blockbuster Wednesday [all ages] Marvin Auditorium, 101C
July 16
9:30 - 10:30 AM | 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM | 6:30 - 7:30 PM
Kid rocker Jim Cosgrove (aka Mr. Stinky Feet) is back with his high-energy, interactive program loaded with laughter, singing, and dancing for families with elementary-aged children. Join the act as Mr. Stinky Feet performs his original songs.
Young Pianists Marvin Auditorium, 101C
July 17 7:30 - 8:30 PM
Marvel at the expertise of these piano prodigies from around the world. This classical performance is brought to you by the gifted students attending the 2014 International Institute for Young Musicians at the University of Kansas.
Slow Ya Roll Summer Concert [11-18 years] The Edge
July 21 2:00 - 3:00 PM
Step out of the summer heat and clap to the catchy grooves, sweet harmonies, and upbeat lyrics of Slow Ya Roll, the acclaimed electro/acoustic band.
Bag Day Book Sale Marvin Auditorium, 101C
July 26 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM (or until sold out)
All the books you can stuff into a brown grocery bag (purchased at the door for $5 each) are yours. There will be books of all topics through which to cruise. This book sale event will be a true scavenger hunt. Come early for the best book bargains.
Blockbuster Wednesday [all ages] Marvin Auditorium, 101C
July 30
9:30 - 10:30 AM | 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM | 6:30 - 7:30 PM
Wings of Love and Yvonne Patterson’s talented feather friends entertain and educate with this bird program. Meet a naughty toucan and watch parrots play sports. A lory dances and drives a fire truck. Be amazed by Patterson’s graceful owls. Families with elementary-aged children will love this show.

SummerFest Reading Program

Participate in the Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library SummerFest reading program and earn prizes for reading! Click the button below for more information. SummerFest reading program for kids, teens, and adults

Summer Enrichment Programs

Click here to view this year's list of summer enrichment camps.

   
 
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