Enrollment and Registration

Enrollment vs. Registration

All new students must first enroll in the Plymouth School District. They then can register for the current or (in August) coming school year.

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Welcome to the Plymouth School District! We are honored that you have trusted us with your child's education, and we look forward to helping your child become his or her best.


How to enroll

• Families NEW to the district

1. Begin by requesting enrollment access.

2. You should receive an email with your login information and a temporary password. (If you do not have an email address, check that box and a temporary password will pop up.)

3. Log in to Skyward Family Access, set your permament password, and select "New Student Enrollment."

• Families with an EXISTING Plymouth Skyward account

If you already have a Skyward Family Access account with the Plymouth School District (from Summer School or an older child), log in to Skyward Family Access and select "New Student Enrollment."

• Families WITHOUT INTERNET access

Families also can enroll in the Plymouth School District office, located on the south end of Plymouth High School, 125 S. Highland Ave. The office is open from 8am to 4:30pm school days (in summer, 7:30am-4:30pm Monday-Thursday and 7:30am-noon Fridays). Park in the visitor lot in front of the school and enter Door 18.
Please bring the following with you:
• Child's birth certificate (if possible)
• Parent/guardian driver's license or other state ID

2023-24 paper forms: (also available in District Office)
2023-24 Student Enrollment Form / 2023-24 Inscription de Estudiante
2023-24 Bus Registration Form / 2023-24 Inscripción para el Transporte Escolar - Autobus
Health Information / Información de Salud
Home Language Survey /La Planilla HLS de Wisconsin
Affidavit of Residence / Affidavit de Residencia
Residence Questionnaire / Cuestionario de Residencia

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PLEASE NOTE: Once you enroll in the district, you then need to register for the current or (in August) coming year (see below).


Please contact the District Office at (920) 892-2661 Ext. 1007.

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4K Enrollment

Our 4-year-old kindergarten programs feature nurturing environments designed to foster independence, encourage creativity, provide for social growth, and promote new learning.

4K, which offers enriching curriculum in a classroom setting 4 days a week, is open to children who will be 4 years old on or before Sept. 1.

Learn more

To enroll a child in 4K, please follow the Enrollment instructions above. We make every effort to provide placement information (i.e. school location and morning or afternoon) by June 1 to families who have enrolled by May 1, but enrollment is open all summer.

To schedule a personalized 4K tour with a principal, please contact any elementary office:
• Fairview: (920) 892-2621 (north side)
• Horizon: (920) 892-2225 (south side)
• Parkview: (920) 892-4076 (west side)

View the 4K Info slideshow.
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Open Enrollment

Families exploring their options through open enrollment are encouraged to consider the Plymouth School District, which is just the right size to offer personal attention along with a wealth of opportunities.

Wisconsin's inter-district public school open enrollment program allows parents of children in kindergarten through 12th grade to apply for their children to attend school districts other than the one in which they reside. There is no tuition cost to parents/guardians who opt for open enrollment, though families may be charged the same fees as resident students. Parents are responsible for transportation to and from school.

NOTE: There will be unlimited availability for regular education students to Open Enroll into the Plymouth School District in all grade levels for the 2022-23 school year. It has been determined there is no space available for special education students.

To apply: The state encourages online applications at http://dpi.wi.gov/open-enrollment. Paper applications are available in the Plymouth School District office.

Learn more:
• Visit our Why Plymouth? section to further explore what the Plymouth School District offers.
• Explore our interactive District Report Card to see how an exciting mix of academics, extracurriculars, and other enriching experiences allow our students to thrive.
• Contact the district office at (920) 892-2661 to schedule a visit.
• Visit the state’s open enrollment web site at http://dpi.wi.gov/open-enrollment.
• View the Board of Education policy on 2023–24 Open Enrollment spaces.


Registration (K-12)

Students who have been enrolled then need to register for each subsequent school year in August.

2023-24 Registration

Once enrollment has been completed (see instructions above), you will be able to register your child for the current or coming school year. Registration has two parts, which may be completed in either order.

1. Skyward Family Access

Those without access to the Internet can contact a school office for assistance.

  1. Open Skyward Family Access.
  2. Log in with your Login ID and Password. (Please contact any school office if you need assistance.)
  3. Click on your child’s name in the drop-down box.
  4. Click on the school in the drop-down box.
  5. Click on the 2023-24 Registration box and follow the steps.

2. Pay fees

Ways to pay:

  • Online, through the same vendor that handles Food Service payments. Simply visit https://plymouthjoint.revtrak.net and select “School Fees” under the Browse menu. (Notes: There is a convenience fee; Revtrak payments must be recorded manually, so there may be a delay before your Skyward account is updated.)
  • In person, by visiting Plymouth High School (7am-3:30pm at Door 1G) or Riverview Middle School (7am-3:30pm) weekdays. To help busy parents, the oldest student’s school can accept fees and forms for younger siblings.
  • By mail, by sending a check to the appropriate school:
    - Fairview Elementary School, 300 Salem Drive, Plymouth WI 53073
    - Horizon Elementary School, 411 S. Highland Ave., Plymouth WI 53073
    - Parkview Elementary School, 500 Parkview Drive, Plymouth WI 53073
    - Riverview Middle School, 300 Riverside Circle, Plymouth WI 53073
    - Plymouth High School, 125 S. Highland Ave., Plymouth WI 53073

Elementary fees
Registration: $40 (required)

Riverview fees
Registration: $60 (required)
Physical education shirt: $8 (required for grades 6-8)
Instrument rental: $60 (optional)

PHS fees
Registration: $60 (required)
Extracurricular fee: $85 (required)
Parking permit: $80 (optional)
Yearbook: $65 or $73 with name imprint (optional)
Instrument rental: $60 (optional)
Laptop insurance: $25 (optional)
Physical education shirt: $8 (optional)

Food Service
Families also can make Food Service payments at this time. Breakfast will be free for all students during the 2023-24 school year. Lunch prices, which can be paid online via Revtrak or by sending a check to school, will stay $2.85 at elementary schools, $3.05 at Riverview, and $3.15 at PHS.
Learn more: Visit the Food Service webpage, which has more pricing and additional information, including the Free & Reduced Lunch Application


Forms and additional information

Forms for families

Where appropriate, please download, fill out and return these forms to your school office.

School Supply Lists

School Handbooks

Additional information for all families

Additional information for PHS families