Early Education Counts!
The Brookline Early Education Program (BEEP) is excited to welcome our newest students in 2017! We know this is a very special time in each student's life, and we look forward to joining you on this journey.
The Office of Student Affairs has designed this webpage to assist families with the process of registration. Here, you can count the steps along the way to BEEP. Please read and follow each of the detailed steps in order to complete the registration process.
Please click on the number below to skip to that step:
: Can I pre-register for BEEP?
: Complete the online pre-registration application and make appointment with the Office of Student Affairs (link to application here)
: Gather all required documents to bring to your appointment
: The Pre-Registration Appointment
Station 5: BEEP Contract & Immunization Clearance
Can I pre-register for BEEP?
In order for a student to be enrolled for BEEP, a family must receive an official invitation to join the program from the BEEP offices.
For families seeking a Special Education evaluation through the Brookline Early Education Program, are transitioning from Early Intervention Services, or have a current IEP through another public school system and are moving to the Town of Brookline, please follow the instructions on our page Seeking Special Education Evaluation.
Enrollment in the Public Schools of Brookline is contingent upon residency.
- You must be a
resident of Brookline in order to attend the Public Schools of Brookline.
- Before a student is registered and can start school, his/her parent or
legal guardian must provide proofs of primary residence to the Office of
- Temporary residence in the Town of Brookline for the sole purpose of
attending the Public Schools of Brookline will not be considered residency.
- You must be a resident at the time of pre-registration. If you are planning to move to the Town of
Brookline, you can pre-register your student only once you have taken occupancy
of your Brookline residence.
Complete the online pre-registration application and make
appointment with the Office of Student Affairs:
The online application for BEEP is now available.
- When completing the application, please select the “Appointment type” answer Next school year, Preschool in order to apply for BEEP
- The final part of the online application is to schedule
an appointment with the Office of Student Affairs. Make sure you complete this step and save the
appointment date and time before exiting the application.
- Appointments will take place beginning March 2017.
you have previously used Registration Gateway (the online application
interface), you should use your existing username and password.
Begin with the online application by clicking the "Pre-Registration" button below:
*For Apple users, please note: Registration Gateway is only supported on OSX 10.7 and higher (10.8, 10.9, 10.10, 10.11).
required documents to bring to your appointment:
The parent/guardian must bring all required documents for each new
student to enroll in the Public Schools of Brookline.
Please download and print the required forms; bring completed forms with
you to your pre-registration appointment.
- If you have registered older siblings with the Public Schools of
Brookline, you must still bring all of the required documents listed
below. Any items from the Occupancy list
and the Landlord Living Agreement document must be dated within forty-five (45) days of the
scheduled pre-registration appointment.
The Office of Student Affairs will verify the residency for all students
at this time.
We ask that all documents be completely translated into English. All translations should be completed by a
professional translator or translation service prior to your appointment.
Previous school records from daycare providers and
pre-school programs are NOT required for BEEP pre-registration.
Pre-Registration Appointments will
take place with the Office of Student Affairs, located at 24 Webster Place,
Brookline, MA 02445.
review your application, the required documents, and discuss the next steps for
your student’s enrollment.
- Please have ALL required documents at the time of your appointment in
order to move to the next stage of enrollment.
- If you are missing documents, you will need to return to the Office of
Student Affairs with those documents.
Staff will help you complete a Home Language Survey. Massachusetts
Department of Elementary and Secondary Education regulations require that all schools determine the language(s) spoken in
each student’s home in order to identify their specific language needs. If a
language other than English is spoken in the home, the District is required to
do further screening of your student. If further screening is required, Office
of Student Affairs staff will schedule an appointment for your student with our
English Language Learning Department at the time of pre-registration.
BEEP Contract and Immunization Clearance:
Each new student’s family will complete their registration by signing the BEEP contract. Please bring any requested forms with you to the pre-registration appointment so that you can present them to our BEEP staff once you have completed pre-Registration.
Immunizations must be
determined compliant by a school nurse (following submission at pre-registration,
prior to school attendance).
- A full list of
required health documentation can be found here: Public Schools of Brookline Health Services
- Please be aware that although you register your child for school, they
are excluded from starting school until immunization requirements are met.
Please review the regulations above to ensure that your child is compliant. It is important to note that different countries have different
requirements so students enrolling from outside of the United States may be
missing one or more of our required immunizations.
- These include the Tdap vaccine, 2 MMR and the 4 Polio vaccines.
Department of Public Health requires that an additional vaccine be given if
Measles, Mumps, Rubella or Varicella is given prior to the first birthday.
- A nurse will contact families if students do not meet the
requirements for school entry.