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Student Registration

How to register your new student

New families to the Byron-Bergen Central School District will enroll their children in our schools through a centralized registration process, located in the District Office. In addition to providing school records, those registering new students need:

  • Proof of a student’s address (mortgage statement, rental or lease agreement, tax receipt). Please contact the Central Registration Office for other examples of acceptable proof -  (585) 494-1220 x2229.
  • Documentation of Age (birth certificate, record of baptism, passport). Contact the Central Registration Office for other examples of acceptable proof.
  • Record of immunizations and current physical.
  • Custody/Guardianship/Adoption documents, if applicable.
Registration packets are available in the District Office or download below.
Registration packet documents:

After the registration paperwork is processed, appointments will be made for class placement and student schedules. For questions or to register your child, please call the Central Student Registration Office at (585) 494-1220 x2229.

2022-23 kindergarten registration

Kindergarten Registration 

Children who will be five years of age, on or before December 1, 2022, are eligible for entrance to Kindergarten in September of 2021.  New families in the school district should notify the school if they have a child that will enter Kindergarten in September of 2021.  Parents may contact the Byron-Bergen Elementary School Office by calling 494-1220, ext. 1301. Information may also be sent to the Byron-Bergen Elementary School, 6971 West Bergen Road, Bergen, New York 14416.


All children registering for Kindergarten will be scheduled for a screening appointment this spring.  The results of this screening will be used to plan for the 2022-2023 Kindergarten Program. 


The following items are necessary to complete the registration process:

  • Your child’s Birth Certificate
  • Certificate of Immunization – Immunizations must be completed prior to entering school.
  • Proof of Residency – If this is the first time you have a child entering Byron-Bergen Central School District, please bring proof of residency to your screening appointment.  This can be a copy of your mortgage statement, rental/lease agreement or a copy of your tax bill.
  • Complete and Submit Printed Registration Packet 

For more information or to register your child, please contact:

Elementary School Office
(585) 494-1220 ext. 1301

Information may also be sent to:

Byron-Bergen Elementary School
6971 West Bergen Road
Bergen, NY 14416

2022-23 Prekindergarten registration

Universal Prekindergarten

The Byron-Bergen School District hopes to once again offer a half day Universal Prekindergarten (UPK) program for the 2022-2023 school year. The class will be held at the Byron-Bergen Elementary School which is located at 6971 West Bergen Road, Bergen, NY  14416. 

Students eligible for the program must turn four years of age by December 1, 2022. If you have a child eligible and are interested in having him/her attend our UPK program, please send a letter of interest with your child’s name, parents’ names, address, phone number, email address, and date of birth to: Brian Meister, Elementary School Principal, 6971 West Bergen Rd., Bergen, NY  14416, by Friday, April 8, 2022. Parents that have already contacted the Elementary School by phone will still need to send in a letter to be eligible for UPK. Please note that if we receive more than our allowed capacity, we will select students using a lottery system.

What are the Program Goals of the UPK at Byron-Bergen?

  • To meet the NYS learning standards by using a curriculum that is thematically based and supported using literature, songs, and exploration.
  • To foster an environment that promotes happy, confident children who are willing to take risks, make independent choices, and ask questions.
  • To create an inclusive community that builds upon the student’s strengths and accommodates their needs.

Philosophy of UPK

The UPK program at Byron-Bergen is focused on socialization, learning through play, and self-exploration. Children learn through a hands-on learning environment that includes activities, learning centers, concrete materials, and manipulatives. Students learn through a nurturing environment that is enriching, challenging, and developmentally appropriate.

Required Immunizations for Pre-Kindergarten

 ImmunizationNumber of Doses
 Hepatitis B3
 Varicella (Chickenpox)1
 Hemophilus Influenzae1 to 4
 Pneumococcal Conjugate1 to 4

Required Immunizations for Kindergarten

ImmunizationNumber of Doses


4 doses, or
3 doses if the 3rd dose given at 4 years of age or older 
Hepatitis B3
5 doses, or
4 doses if the 4th dose was given at 4 years of age or older, or
3 doses if 7 years or older and series started at age 1 or older
Measles/Mumps/Rubella 2
Varicella (Chickenpox) 2
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