Kindergarten Round Up is March 31 for class of 2034

Future kindergartners and their guardians are invited to check out the facilities and ask questions ahead of the 2021-22 school year.

The new Baxter Elementary School opened its doors to students for the first time Tuesday, Sept. 8. The new school sits on a newly constructed portion of Jasperwood Drive, not far from Forestview Middle School. Steve Kohls / Brainerd Dispatch

Parents and guardians with future kindergarten students are invited to Brainerd Public Schools’ Kindergarten Round Up Wednesday, March 31, at Baxter, Garfield, Harrison, Lowell, Nisswa and Riverside elementary schools.

To avoid any overcrowding, the district asks attendance be limited to kindergartners-to-be in the class of 2034 and a maximum of two other people. All attendees must wear a face covering.

To follow safety protocols, attendees will be split up by their last names, with the schedule as follows:

  • Last name A-G, 5-5:30 p.m.

  • Last name H-O, 5:30-6 p.m.

  • Last name P-Z, 6-6:30 p.m.

Kindergarten Round Up is an opportunity for students to check out the school building, meet teachers, see classrooms, climb on a school bus, talk with the school nurse and test out playground equipment. Families are invited to ask any school-related questions they might have.
Those with future kindergartners who aren’t yet registered for school in the fall are invited to Kindergarten Round Up and will be provided with the necessary paperwork.

Those who are unsure of which school their child will attend, should visit , find “Transportation” under the “Departments” tab and click on the link to check attendance zones. Questions can also be directed to the Welcome Center at 218-454-6900.

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