Due to the coronavirus, the following information pertains to registration opportunities for 2020-2021 school year. Please note unless you have requested hard copies of registration materials to complete because your family is without a computer or internet access, we are requesting that registration be completed online.
New Family Registration To Florence School
If your family is new to Florence School District, and you do not currently have any students enrolled at any of our schools, please begin the enrollment process by creating a new parent account when clicking the link below. Then click on “Create a New Account”. CLICK HERE
Existing Florence School District Families
For current students or students returning to the district, please use your existing ParentVue account to re-enroll your child for the 2020-2021 school year.
If you have any problems please contact your child's school for assistance.
FUSD Registration Information
Students entering Kindergarten must be 5 years old by September 1.
All students entering Florence Unified School District for the first time must have the following documentation:
- Original Birth Certificate
- Current Immunization Records
- Proof of Residency
Kindergarten is an all-day Program.
Documentary proof of immunizations must be presented to school personnel at the time of enrollment. Immunizations must be current for the age of the child. Please keep the school nurse informed of any new immunizations your children receive so the health records will be current. Students who are not up to date on immunizations will not be allowed to attend school.
Children who are not adequately vaccinated against preventable diseases will be excluded from school in the event of a disease outbreak. The following is the immunization requirement for school enrollment (Pinal County Department of Health):
Arizona state law requires that a child, upon first entering school, must have a record of immunization against preventable childhood diseases — diphtheria, whooping cough, tetanus, polio, measles, varicella, and rubella.
A waiver or deferral, in part or in full, will be granted in medical or religious cases, or for personal beliefs.
In all cases, parents must provide either a record of immunizations or request a waiver.