Welcome to the school district of Lodi
Our Online Registration offers families with new students to the district an easy process for entering and providing all required information for enrolling your child(ren). After you complete the online process, the district registrar will contact you regarding next steps to complete the enrollment process.
Click on the first Panel "Online Registration" below to start your process.
The inter-district public school open enrollment program allows parents to apply for their children to attend public school in a school district other than the one in which they reside. Open enrollment period starts in February 2020 for the 2020-2021 school year
- Online Registration and Instructions
- Who is eligible to attend Lodi Schools?
- Documents Needed to Enroll
- Forms that are on the Online Registration Application - English
- Formularios que estan en la solicitud de Registro en Linea - en espanol
- Medication Forms
- Parent Student Handbook
- Securly Web Filtering and Securly Home Hub WiFi Device
- COPPA (Children's Privacy Act)
- Immunization Record
Online Registration Link - for NEW Families/Student Enrollment (Note: this link is NOT for updating current family/student demographics, nor is it for summer school online enrollment).
Online Instructions for NEW Families and Re-registrants and Incoming 4K Students:
Step by Step Instruction Guide - New to District -English
Step by Step Instruction Guide - Re-registering and Incoming 4K Students - English
Step by Step Instruction Guide - New to District - Spanish
Step by Step Instruction Guide - Re-registering and Incoming 4K Students - Spanish
In accordance with the School District of Lodi Admissions Policy, any child who meets the entrance age requirements and resides within the boundaries of the district shall be admitted to attend school in the district. Any child who lives outside of the district boundaries may apply to attend the Lodi School District through Open Enrollment and shall be admitted to the district consistent with the established district policies and legal requirements. You may find your school district affiliation by going to: Columbia County Ascent Land Records Suite or the Access Dane Parcel Search. Once you find your current address you will look under "Regular School", this will tell you what district the address is located in.
1. Proof of residency (i.e., utility bill, signed lease agreement, or signed accepted offer to purchase);
2. Birth Certificate, Baptismal Certificate, or Current Passport (needed for verification of birth date and formal legal name);
(For information on how to request a birth certificate, please go to: How do I request copies of birth certificates? or contact the Wisconsin Department of Health Services at 608-266-1371.
3. Completed and submitted Online Registration.
Transportation Form - Kobussen -Complete and send by email or by fax to Lodi.Dispatch@kobussen.com or by fax at 608.592.0552
High School Parking Permit Form - Complete and return to the Lodi High School Office
Request for Records - Complete and return to Kris Wendorf at the District Office
Home Language Survey Form - Complete and return to Kris Wendorf at the District Office
Annotation of Birth - This is an abstract of information from your student's birth certificate. Complete and bring to District Office.
Parent Responsibilities regarding Medications at School
Prescription Medication Taken at School - ( optional) please complete form and return to your students school office
Non-prescription/Over-the-Counter Medication Form - (optional) please complete form and return to your students school office
Permission to Self-carry Non-prescription/Over-the-Counter Medications (optional) please complete form and return to your students school office
Las Responsabilidades de Medicamentos en La Escuela
Formulario de Medicina Recetada - (opcional) por favor complete el formulario y regrese a la oficina de la escuela de sus estudiantes
Formulario de Medicina No Recetada - (opcional) por favor complete el formulario y regrese a la oficina de la escuela de sus estudiantes
Permiso de Llevar Medicina No Recetada y de Venta Libre (opcional) por favor complete el formulario y regrese a la oficina de la escuela de sus estudiantes
Information for OSC - grades 3, 4, and 5 & Grades 6-12
Click here to view Chromebook Handbook
Chromebook Case for OSC - grades 3, 4, and 5 & Grades 6-12
- If you already own a Lodi Chromebook case, it will still work next year. Any case that fits an 11" screen will work for all of our Chromebooks
- Cases can be purchased individually for $23 or part of a package.
- The case option is mainly for 6th grade students or new students enrolling into the District.
Chromebook Protection for OSC - grades 3, 4, and 5 & Grades 6-12
Click here to view Lodi Optional Chromebook Protection Flyer
Chromebook Case and Protection Package for OSC - grades 3, 4, and 5 & Grades 6-12
- The package includes one Chromebook case and one year of Chromebook protection for $38
- The package is intended for OSC students for 2019-20, 6th grade students or new students, but can be purchased by anyone.
Under the Children’s Online Privacy Act (COPPA), educational websites must provide parental notification and obtain parental consent before collecting any personal information from a child under the age of 13. The law does allow school districts to consent to the collection of personal information on behalf of all district students. This stipulation eliminates the need for individual parental consent given to each web site operator. A complete list of possible sites to be used in classrooms can be found on our Educational Sites document. This document will be updated periodically.
If you want to have your child removed from all web-based services, including Google (G-Suite), please contact the Technology Integrator, Tyler Potter at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please understand that removing your child from all web-based services will drastically reduce your child's access to technology.