Thank you for your interest in Plato R-V School District. We are honored that you are taking the time to learn about PSD – a truly magical place.
Come Check Out Our District
The Plato R-V School District is happy to have you considering or planning on a move to our district. We offer many opportunities for students to learn and grow in their educational pursuits from early childhood through high school. On this page, you will find the necessary forms and information for making the transition from your current school district to ours as easy as possible.
New Student Enrollment Basics
We enroll new students between the hours of 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. throughout the school year.
Students who were enrolled in Plato R-V school district in May of the previous school year have already pre-enrolled. New students in grades kindergarten through twelve should enroll in the building assigned for their grade level. The office in the high school handles registration for grades 6 through 12. Students enrolling during the school year will begin school on the first day
New Students Should Bring the Following to Enroll:
- Shot record
- Birth certificate
- Social security card
- Recent physical examination (within the last 12 months, if participating in sports)
- Last grade card (if applicable)
- Any other information available from previous school
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BEGIN THE APPLICATIONAccording to Missouri law, a child is eligible for admission to kindergarten if the child reaches the age of 5 before the first day of school in August, or if the child has attended a (state) accredited kindergarten program in another state.
ADMISSION EVENTSMissouri state law states that all immunizations must be current and up to date before attending school.
Plato R-V School District
Frequently Asked Questions
A student may only register in the District if the student provides proof of residency or if the student or parent/guardian requests a waiver from the Board of Education on the basis of hardship or good sense. Students or parents/guardians seeking a waiver of the District’s residency requirement must complete and submit to the Superintendent a Request for Waiver of Proof of Residency (Form 2230.1) stating the reasons for which the waiver is requested (see Board Regulation 2230).
Does Plato have sports teams?
Yes, we offer the following:
JH Boys Basketball
JH Girls Basketball
HS Boys Basketball
HS Girls Basketball
What is the student/teacher ratio?
2017 Students per Admin Ratio
2017 Students Per Classroom Teacher Ratio
Students Per Teacher Ratio
What are primary entry points?
Please enter and check in through either the elementary office or the high school/ middle school office.
What is the birthday cut-off?
What if my child hasn't had all of his or her shots?
Missouri state law states that all immunizations must be current and up to date before attending school. Documentation must include the month, day, and year of the immunization. No student will be allowed to attend school if any immunization is past due. If you received a notice that your student needs an immunization, be sure to bring proof of this updated immunization to the school before the first day of class. New students must present immunization records at the time of registration that comply with Missouri state law requirements.
Can I send medications to school with my child?
Students needing to take any medications (prescriptions or over-the-counter) at school must have a new medication authorization form on file for the upcoming school year. All medications must be in a properly labeled bottle and kept at the nurse’s office. Students are not allowed to take any medications (including Tylenol, cough drops, or other over-the-counter medications) to school without proper paperwork being on file at the nurse’s office. Students are not allowed to carry any medication with them at school or to and from school. Students may carry an inhaler, Epi-pen, or other medical device authorized by law only if signed authorization and release forms from their physician and parent are on file at the nurse’s office, and only if the student can demonstrate proper usage to the school nurse and comply with additional requirements under law and/or Board policy. For students with serious health care concerns, an Individualized Health Care Plan or other appropriate plan should be on file. Such plans should be updated each school year.