Welcome to Landis Elementary!
We are so excited to welcome you and your child to our school community! Below you will find information that will help you as you plan for kindergarten. As you can imagine, due to the coronavirus we are carefully examining all of our practices and procedures and will keep you updated as we have more information. Please know that the safety of our students and staff is utmost in our minds as we plan for a great 2021-2022 school year!
Enrollment information: All students must have the following in order to enroll:
PROOF OF DOMICILE: This can be shown by way of a power bill, phone bill, rental/lease agreement or purchase agreement. Please make sure that parents’ and/or guardians’ name and street address are visible.
BIRTH CERTIFICATE/SOCIAL SECURITY: If your child is enrolling in kindergarten or this is the first enrollment in a public school this year, you will need a certified copy of his/her birth certificate and his/her social security card. (Must be 5 years of age on or before August 31st, 2021)
IMMUNIZATION RECORD: The Health Department now requires an appointment for immunizations. Call 704-216-8786 for an appointment immediately. Parents can also have their physician’s office immunize their child for a fee.
HEALTH ASSESSMENT FORM: By North Carolina State Law your child must have a physical assessment and the health assessment form must be completed and signed by a physician within twelve months prior to the first day of school.
MEDICATION FORM: If your child takes daily medication for asthma, seizures, diabetes, etc. or any kind of medication during the year, we must have the medication form completed, signed by a physician and returned to school. You must personally bring medication to the school and pick up medication. We cannot send or receive medication through book bags.
Other Important Information:
TRANSPORTATION: We have staff members on duty throughout the building who will make sure that your child gets from the car or bus to the classroom safely each morning. Please note that after the first 10 days of school parents may not walk their child into the building. This teaches your child responsibility, confidence, and independence! In the afternoons you should pick your child up in the car rider line at dismissal. This prevents disruptions during the school day and is for the safety of your child. NO ONE IS ALLOWED IN THE BUILDING AFTER the tardy bell rings (7:30 am) unless they enter through the front office, sign in, and received a visitor’s pass.
***If your child is to go home a different way than normal, you must send a written note to your child’s teacher. Due to safety issues, students will NOT be allowed to be checked out from the office after 2:00 pm daily.
SUPPLIES: Be sure to label EVERYTHING that comes to school with your child such as book bags, coats, jackets, etc. Your child will need to bring a book bag to school every day! Rolling book bags are not allowed because they pose a safety hazard in the halls and do not fit in cubbies.
ABSENCES AND TARDIES: It is very important that your child attend school every day that they healthy. If your child is sick and cannot attend school, we must have a written note explaining the reason for the absence when he/she returns to school. Students need to be at school and in their classroom before the tardy bell rings at 7:30 am. It is also equally important that your child stay in school until dismissal at 2:30 pm. If your child is late or is picked up early, you must sign them in or out at the front office.
Our school day begins at 7:30 am and ends at 2:30 pm.
Please review the information on our website and watch our kindergarten video. If you have additional questions, please call the school office at (704)857-3111 and someone will be happy to assist you!
Dr. Ashley Roach
Kindergarten Supply List
Requested Classroom Supplies
- 1 Block eraser
- 1 Pack crayons
- 3 Packs loose-leaf paper
- 2 Glue sticks
- 1 Pencil box/pouch
- Book bag
- Headphones (***NO earbuds!) • 1 Composition notebook
- 1 Pocket folder
Donations for classrooms are welcomed:
- Kleenex Hand sanitizer
- Notebook paper
- Dry erase markers
- Wet Wipes
***Please note: Headphones are used in the classroom daily. Please make sure to provide a pair (and spares if possible)! Younger students do better with headphones that go over their ears instead of earbuds. Headphones may be purchased at Walmart, Target, Five Below, and many other places. No earbuds please!
Landis Elementary School School Uniform Description
The Rowan Salisbury School Board approved a mandatory school uniform policy for the students at Landis Elementary beginning with the 2014-15 school year. The school uniform policy is designed to provide students with the safest and most orderly learning environment possible.
Shirts and Blouses: Any solid color, polo style collared shirt or Oxford shirt (short or long sleeve), polo style collared shirt with Landis Elementary embroidery (available through the LES PTA)
Pants and Shorts: Navy blue, khaki, or black
Sweaters & Sweatshirts: Any designs or logos on sweaters and sweatshirts must be appropriate for school. Hoods may not be worn in the building.
Socks: Any solid color, no patterns or designs or mismatched socks
Shoes: Tennis shoes only
Jewelry :Cannot be distracting or pose a safety hazard
Girls Only: Skirts, skorts, capris, culottes or jumpers in solid navy blue, khaki, or black
Tights: Any solid color, no patterns or designs
No logo other than the logo of Landis Elementary School may be displayed on shirts.
No jeans, jean skirts, jean jumpers, sweatpants, spandex or yoga pants.
All clothing must fit appropriately. Pants may not sag.
Clothing may be purchased from any vendor as long as it complies with the uniform requirements.
The length for all shorts, skirts, etc., must be mid-thigh length or longer.
All clothing must follow the Rowan-Salisbury Code of Conduct for Appropriate School Attire.
Landis Elementary t-shirts (available through the PTA) may be worn with uniform bottoms on Fridays.
The link below is for enrolling upcoming kindergarten students for the 2022-2023 school year.
The majority of the registration process can be done online. However there are still some paper documents that are required. These will need to be turned in prior to the student beginning school. Those documents are:
- Proof of Residency: Families must reside in the Rowan-Salisbury Schools District for their children to attend our schools. When enrolling your child, please bring proof of residency documents with you: a utility bill, lease agreement, or home purchase statement.
- Immunization Record: You must bring your child’s current immunization record at time of enrollment.
- Certified Birth Certificate / Other Documentation: For all newly enrolling students, you must present documentation verifying the student's date of birth upon enrollment. For students who have been previously enrolled in school, a copy will suffice. If you cannot provide a birth certificate you can also provide:
- A certified copy of any medical record of the child's birth issued by the treating physician or the hospital in which the child was born
- A certified copy of a birth certificate issued by a church, mosque, temple or other religious institution that maintains birth records of its members.
- Previous School Information: Please bring contact information, including fax number, of the school you are transferring from so that RSS can request your child’s records.
If you have any questions please feel free to contact the school at 704-857-3111.
If this is your first child in Rowan Salisbury Schools you will need to create an account. If you already have a child enrolled in Rowan Salisbury Schools, please log in with the username and password you created for your other child(ren).
Special Note: Please create your account and then open a new window with the RSS Registration page and clicking on “New Student Registration 20-21” again before proceeding to fill out any information for your child.
Please make note of your username and password for future uses of the registration portal.