Thank you for your interest in the MSD of Martinsville. Our online enrollment for new students including Brooklyn STEM Academy, Centerton Sparks, and Green Township Aggies Prekindergarten, Title I Prekindergarten, Kindergarten and first time students to our district is open for the 2024-2025 school year.
Transfer Student Registration is for students who elect to change from one elementary school to another but live within the district. Transfer Student Registration is also for students who would like to transfer into the MSD of Martinsville. Our Returning Student Registration will begin in late Spring 2024. Returning Student Registration is for current students who will return to school in 2024-2025.
We offer two alternative education programs for our students: Hammons Alternative School and Artesians Online. Hammons is an opportunity for students to complete their CORE 40 graduation requirements in a smaller setting located on the campus of Martinsville High School. Artesians Online also assists students in competing their Core 40 graduation requirements but is strictly online; students will work from home. To learn more, please see our information below.
Our online registration process is through Skyward Family Access and must be completed using a desktop or laptop computer. Registration will not work using a Skyward Family Access mobile app. Computer assistance is available at the Central Education Center or by calling your child’s school.
When enrolling a student for the first time, the following documentation is needed:
•Birth Certificate • Parent ID • Vaccination Records • Proof of Custody (if applicable)
These items may be uploaded while registering online or brought to your child’s school. Kindly make an appointment with your school’s office team.
From our online registration, please select from a dropdown menu which school your student will attend. If you are unsure, please contact us, 765-342-6641.
Thank you for your interest in enrolling your child at the MSD of Martinsville! We are currently accepting new student enrollment applications for the 2024-2025 academic year including kindergarten, prekindergarten and special services developmental preschool.
Before you begin, please take a moment to review the options below. Your answer will determine where you will be guided next.
(The only difference in the application is that returning parents already have an active login/password for our database called Skyward Family Access.)
Please click Directions for assistance.
Please click the New Student Online Enrollment button below to begin enrolling your child at the MSD of Martinsville. We have created a guide to help with any question you may have about enrollment. Please click Directions for assistance.
Please click the New Student Online Enrollment (with siblings) button below to begin your enrollment through Skyward Family Access. Once in Skyward Family Access, New Student Online Enrollment can be found on the top left of the page.
A family that wishes to transfer their child from the elementary school that they have been assigned to based on their home address to a different school within the MSD of Martinsville School District will need to contact the school they want their child to attend. Transportation will not be provided for an elementary transfer.
A family that wishes to transfer their child from a school outside of the district will need to fill out the enrollment form. Go to the new student enrollment link below to enroll. Enroll your child in the school that you would like for him/her to attend. The school that your child will be attending will have you complete the Out of District Transfer Form.
Join us Thursday, March 28th at the MHS Field house for the Kindergarten Kickoff. While there you will be able to learn about our many departments here at the MSD of Martinsville.
We will begin enrolling on March 1, 2024 for students who will begin kindergarten in the 2024-2025 academic school year! We have seven elementary schools to stimulate learning, create academic success, foster student collaboration and introduce technology in a safe environment.
Students are ready to enter kindergarten if they turn 5 years old on or before October 1, 2024. To learn more about our district, we hold several events for future kindergarteners and their families: Kindergarten Fair, Kindergarten Orientation and Kindergarten Camp. School tours are available by appointment. For assistance, please contact us by telephone, 765-342-6641, or email at [email protected].
Child’s Birth Certificate, Child’s Vaccination Record, Parent’s Photo ID
Certified as an Indiana Department of Education STEM school, Brooklyn STEM Academy students and staff believe in being positive, working hard, and learning in an environment that is rich in science, technology, engineering, and math so everyone is prepared to meet the challenges of the world around them!
Centerton Elementary, home of the Firecrackers, fosters student success while encouraging a family atmosphere. Centerton strives for students to excel socially and academically, also allowing students to explore their individual interests.
The dual language program at Poston Road promotes language acquisition, literacy development, and academic learning in two languages. The program provides students the opportunity to become college/career ready and able to compete in a globablly-minded world.
Our learning experiences are rich and meaningful and enhanced through the integration of our curriculum with dance, drama, music, and visual arts.
Green Township Elementary is dedicated to preparing students to become their personal best. By using Ag in the classroom, students learn to create real-world solutions.
Our project-based curriculum is a dynamic classroom approach that encourages students to actively participate in real-world experiences and challenging hands-on lessons.
South Elementary School of Communications is a learning and nurturing culture that provides students with the skills necessary to be active, productive, and responsible citizens while empowering students through communication projects.
Title I is a federal program created to reduce the cost of preschool for students. If selected, applicants will receive their preschool education either free or at a lower rate. Applications for the 2024-2025 academic school year will open in March 2024. Title I preschool is an educational program for students located in four (4) of our elementary schools: Charles L. Smith Fine Arts Academy, Paragon Elementary, Poston Road Elementary and South Elementary School of Communications. Unfortunately, we do not offer Title 1 PreK at this time for students who reside in Centerton or Green Township. To apply for enrollment and review selection guidelines and timeline, please see below.
At Brooklyn STEM Academy Prekindergarten, formerly STEM Sprouts, your child will explore, experiment and learn through Project Lead the Way STEM curriculum. STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math and is a new approach to hands-on learning. We transform our classrooms into an exciting world of curiosity, problem-solving and creativity all to prepare our students for kindergarten.
At Centerton Elementary, our Pre-K Sparks will be immersed in a positive, engaging academic atmosphere that includes Project Lead the Way STEM curriculum wrapped in a family environment. You will be able to witness your child’s transformation into a confident Kindergartener through the ability to participate in digital announcements, musical productions, STEM curriculum, and the encouragement of a love of lifelong learning.
Pre-K at Green Township Elementary immerses your child in important foundational skills through fun and engaging learning activities. Problem-solving, inquiry, and creativity are important components of our program. These positive experiences will foster a natural love for learning as your child easily transitions to more difficult skills in kindergarten and beyond.