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New Student Registration Information

Central Registrar: Laurie Schmitt, Middle/High School Pupil Support Office, 1554 State Route 488, Clifton Springs, NY 14432. (315) 548-6312. Several important documents in the enrollment process can be found in both English and Spanish below. Contact Schmitt at

Kindergarten Pre-Registration

Children 5 years old by December 1 are eligible for kindergarten in that fall. Families may begin the registration process by completing the online pre-registration form to receive important updates and other information. Those with questions should contact Kim Maher at Begin kindergarten pre-registration to receive information and updates regarding enrollment, screening and more.

►Kindergarten Pre-Registration

UPK Registration

Universal Prekindergarten (UPK) is a state-funded program open to children that are four years old entering kindergarten the following school year. The program is a collaborative effort between the Phelps-Clifton Springs Central School District and Our Children’s Place Learning Center.

►UPK Registration

Additional Resources

►Community Eligibility Provision Household Income Form

►Student Enrollment Packet (English)

►Paquete de Inscripción de Estudiantes (Español)

►Home Language Questionnaire (English)

►Cuestionario Sobre el Idioma Del Hogar (Español)

►Medicaid Documentation Form

►Designation of School District of Attendance for a Homeless Child (English)

►Designación de Distrito Escolar de Asistencia Para un Niño Sin Hogar (Español)

►El programa de Educación para Migrantes - Oficina De Identificación y Reclutamiento-Encuesta Para Pa

►Migrant Education Program - Identification & Recruitment Office Parent Survey

Photo of Midlakes Elementary School

Midlakes Elementary School serves a diverse population of students in kindergarten through sixth grade while housing a Universal Pre-Kindergarten program and the Midlakes Education Center. 

photo of midlakes middle/high school sign

Midlakes Middle/High School serves a diverse population of students in seventh through twelfth grade while also housing the Midlakes Education Center.