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Frequently Asked Questions
New Student Enrollment and Registration
Parents may enroll at their boundary area school at any time during regular office hours before school begins in the fall and at any time during the school year. Parents are asked to bring proof of their child’s age and address and a record of their immunizations. School offices are closed during the month of July and open for summer hours in August. Please visit the Student Enrollment page for details about getting started in Corvallis schools.
Enrollment is determined by your neighborhood boundary area. If your student is not yet registered for school, please review the Corvallis School District’s school boundary area maps and input your street address in the top right search bar to find the correct school. You may also call the district administration office for assistance. School registration takes place in person, at your child’s school.
Locally prepared healthy meals (breakfast and lunch) are served every day at school. Monthly menus and information about costs are available on the Food and Nutrition Services page. The Free and Reduced Meal Program is available for qualifying families. If you are unsure of your family’s eligibility, you can review the guidelines HERE.
Students are NOT required to purchase supplies for school. All general classroom supplies (e.g. pencils, paper, glue, crayons) have been funded by our district and purchased in bulk. You can visit school websites for streamlined, personal supply lists.
School Transfer Requests
Please visit our Student Transfer page for more information regarding school transfers.
Bus information is available on the school district’s Bus Routes page and also will be posted at each school. In order for your child to ride the bus, registration is required.
High School Athletics
Fall sports teams (football, volleyball, cross-country and soccer) practices and tryouts begin on August 19, 2019.
- Student athletes must first be cleared for participation by turning in a signed emergency information card and a code of conduct form. Forms may be downloaded from the athletics section of each school’s website.
- Athletic fees are $150 per student. The first and second OSAA sports fees are $150 each; a third sport costs $100.
- All freshmen, juniors and new students need a physical exam prior to beginning practice. Contact individual schools for sports physicals at each school.
For more details about high school athletics, visit each school’s Athletics Department web page.