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USD 393 Solomon
113 E. 7th
Solomon, Kansas 67480

Monday - Friday 8AM-4PM

Phone: 1-785-655-2541
Fax: 1-785-655-2505
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All-Season Family Pass – $135

All-Season Single Pass – $85

(Football, Volleyball, Basketball)


Fall Season Family Pass – $70

Fall Season Single Pass – $45

(Football, Volleyball)


Winter Season Family Pass – $70

Winter Season Single Pass – $45


                   Solomon USD 393 Walk-In Enrollment

Special Note: Returning students do not need to complete the student registration form.  We will have a PowerSchool print-out from last school year.  Any changes can be made on that form.

Dates / Times: Monday, August 1 (Noon – 7pm), Tuesday, August 2 (8am – 4pm)

Location: Solomon High School Commons (Lower west entrance of the building)

For: All families with students attending USD 393 during the 16-17 school year (PreK-12th Grade)

Access to Paperwork: To access the enrollment paperwork, click on the Parents tab at the top of the website, then click on 2016-17 Enrollment Paperwork.  Forms can be completed in advance and brought to enrollment or filled out at enrollment.




Use this sheet as a guideline to help enroll your child for the 2016-17 school year in Solomon USD 393.

Initial                  Item

_____                 Student Registration Form (completed by all students)

_____                 Health History Update (completed by all students)

_____                 USD 393 Acceptable Use and Internet Safety Policy (read the policy and initial, this allows students to access the USD 393 internet network)

_____                 USD 393 iPad Policy (read the policy and initial, this allows students to use and be held responsible for district iPads)

_____                 USD 393 Random Drug Testing Policy (only for students grades 6-12, read the policy and initial, 6th – 12th grade students must have a parent signature to participate in extra-curricular activities)

_____                 Google Apps for Education Permission Form (read policy and initial, this allows students to have school issued email accounts through Google)

_____                 Bus Transportation Information (only for students outside city limits who need bussed)

_____                 Application Packet for Free and Reduced Lunches (Families who qualify based on income)

_____                 Physical Examination Form (6th-12th students participating in athletics, exam must be performed and signed by a doctor)

_____                 KSHSAA Concussion and Head Injury Release Form (6th-12th students participating in athletics, read and turn in form)

_____                 Request for Medication to Be Administered (only for students taking any prescribed or over the counter medication at school)

_____                 Custody Law Notification (only for families experiencing custody disputes that the district needs to be made aware of)

_____                 Home Language Survey (only for students / families where English is not the primary language spoken at home)

_____                 Out of District Application (only for students who live outside the USD 393 district boundaries, see map on following page)

_____                 Out of District Transportation Application (only for students who live outside the USD 393 district boundaries and need bus transportation)

_____                 Transcripts and Records Request (only for students new to Solomon JR-SR High School)

_____                 Meal Prices (shows meal prices for the 2016-17 school year)

_____                 School Supply Lists (shows supply lists for all K-12 students)




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