• Northport Homelink Enrollment for the

    2021-2022 School Year


    If you are a new family who has been making inquiries and requesting more information--



    Please feel free to call the Northport Homelink office (509-732-4441 ext. 176 or email lhiggins@northportschools.org) for any further information you may desire.



    During the next few weeks/months there may be days during which I partially or fully complete my work from my home office.  On those days, I will still be able to periodically check Northport Homelink phone messages and emails - so please leave a message.

    Sincerely, Lynn Higgins, Northport Homelink office manager


    Documents to be submitted for enrollment are:


     Signed "Acknowledgement of Receipt and Understanding of Handbook" (Form available on this site)


    Registration form - "Choice" Homelink Packet (available on this site)


    Immunization records (and also, if applicable, an Immunization Exemption form) (both forms are available on this site)


    Evidence of student age - A document or other evidence that helps confirm the student's age, such as a birth certificate, hospital record, or physician's certificate showing date of birth; religious record of birth or an entry in a family Bible; an adoption record; an affidavit from a parent; previous school records; etc.


    "Internet Usage Agreement" form [print forms from this site titled: "Internet Kids pledge (under 10)"; "Internet Teen pledge" - or print from the Northport Handbook, Appendix I, pages 41 & 42] - Since email is one of the ways that our students communicate with their teachers, we are asking that each student have an internet usage agreement form on file.  (forms are adapted from information available on the SafeKids.com site.) We hope that some of the information covered in these internet agreements will be helpful as talking points for you and your children. There is also a parent's pledge available if you would like to use it (optional - available from this site and in Northport Homelink Handbook, Appendix I, page 43).


    "Family Income Survey, 2021-2022" (will become available on this site during the summer 2021) - This survey is used by the Northport School District to help maximize available funding from state and federal sources, as well as to provide certain other benefits that may be available for your children.


    The transfer of enrollment from another school district to the Northport School District is not complete until the data is entered in the Washington State Electronic Choice Transfer site.

    Parents should go directly to the Parent Portal for Choice Transfer and initiate that transfer on the electronic transfer system - please remember that this electronic request for a Choice Transfer must be completed each school year.

    Go to: eds.ospi.k12.wa.us/choicetransferrequest 


    Thank you for your commitment to your children's education and please contact our office (509-732-4441 ext. 176 or email lhiggins@northportschools.org) if you have any questions about the enrollment paperwork.  We would welcome working with you and your family in the upcoming school year.


    Lynn Higgins

    Northport Homelink Office


    (509) 732-4441 ext. 176


    The Northport School District does not discriminate in any programs or activities on the basis or sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, veteran or military status, sexual orientation, gender expression, gender identity, disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups.  The following employee(s) has been designated to:

    Civil Rights Coordinator, Don Baribault, dbaribault@northportschools.org, 509-732-4430

    Title IX Officer, Don Baribault, dbaribault@northportschools.org, 509-732-4430

    Section 504 Coordinator, Terry Carlson, tcarlson@northportschools.org, 509-732-4430