March 1st - Online Enrollment for 2017-18 New Students
Starting March 1, 2017, Dayton School will have Online Enrollment for parents to register new students for 2017-18 school year. You must have a valid email address and (optional) print capability. Go to:
This link will take you to this page, "Welcome to Aeries AIR - Online Student Enrollment" for Dayton School.
Once you are done, there will be a request for you to print the enrollment information, we will print your enrollment information when you come for your appointment. Once online information is completed, your submission will be directly sent to the school office who will contact you for an appointment to bring in the supplemental paperwork and other documentation below:
o Original Birth Certificate or Passport (Copies will be made and original returned to you)
o Proof of Guardianship (Picture ID – Driver’s license, Passport)
o Immunization Record (all CA Immunization Requirements must be met)
o Physical Exam Report on or after March 1, 2017 for TK/Kinder, on or after March 1, 2016 for 1st grade students.
o Dental Exam Report (TK, K and 1st grade) on or after September 1, 2016.
o 2 Proofs of Residence (Statements are to be in the current month at the time of enrollment)
The mission of San Lorenzo Unified School District is to work together with parents and the community to develop critical and creative thinkers who are knowledgeable, responsible, caring participants who contribute to a changing world.
All Dayton students are valued and appreciated for their unique talents and backgrounds. Dayton School challenges our students to become independent thinkers, responsible citizens, and lifelong learners, by providing an interactive and mutually respectful learning environment. The Dayton staff works toward bettering our understanding of how our behaviors and practices are linked to our expectations of student achievement. We acknowledge that having conversations about equity and the achievement gap are uncomfortable, yet through these discussions we further build our skills and strategies in teaching all students within our diverse student body. We understand that moments of discomfort may also be moments for great learning. We use multiple data sets to create new tools and improve old ones, while continually remaining flexible. Dayton School remains focused on our students and the community we serve.