Wednesday, August 1st
4:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
In the Cafeteria
The first day of student attendance for Cypress Elementary School is Tuesday, August 14th. School will be dismissed at 11:30 a.m. on the first day, with a 2:00 p.m. dismissal August 15th – 17th. Bus routes and times will be about the same as last year, but may vary slightly.
All students must be fully immunized according to the requirements set forth by the Illinois Department of Public Health. Students entering kindergarten, sixth grade, and any student transferring into the district must have a completed physical exam on file before the first day of attendance.
Students entering kindergarten, second, and sixth must also show proof of a dental exam. Students entering kindergarten will also be required to have a vision exam.
Any student who participates in a sport or an extra-curricular program that requires a physical examination will still need to provide proof of current physical in order to participate prior to the first formal school practice for any respective sport season (sports physicals are valid for 395 days).
Past due balances must be paid at registration.
Lunch and breakfast money may also be paid at this time.
You MUST also have the following information to register your child:
Child’s date of birth (Certified Birth Certificate must be on file)
Child’s Social Security Number
911 Address/ Mailing Address and proof of residency(tax bill, utility bill, etc )
Telephone numbers: home/work/cell
Physician’s name and telephone number
Three emergency contacts including name, telephone number and relationship to student
Cypress Elementary School Vision Statement:
The vision of Cypress Elementary School District 64 is to develop a lifelong love of learning. Our knowledgeable, dedicated, and passionate staff strives to increase achievement while recognizing the diverse needs of each student. Together we will promote a safe and nurturing learning environment, which fosters respectful, responsible, productive, and honest citizens in a caring atmosphere. Students are provided with the opportunity to reach their full potential through the use of challenging, rigorous, and innovative curriculum to meet high expectations of personal growth.
It is the responsibility of the school, home, and community to work cooperatively to help all students develop understanding and respect for themselves, as well as others, in their daily lives. Families are their children’s primary teachers and are encouraged to be actively involved in education. When we work together, student achievement increases and the community strengthens.
4580 Mt. Pisgah Road Cypress, IL 62923
618-657-2525 618-657-2570 fax