Student Registration

Welcome to our enrollment and registration website. Below you will see information and forms related to enrolling and registering in the Keokuk Community School District.

Starting July 20, 2018, parents and guardians are able to electronically register returning students using the E-Registration system on the PowerSchool Public Portal. You can also pay your fees online by using the online payment system, e~Funds for Schools.

If you are applying for the National School Lunch Program, you will have to come to registration and apply in person.

Follow the Steps To Register Online to electronically register students returning to the district and pay fees online.

If you need assistance in creating or accessing your Parent Portal Account, send an email to

Centralized registration will be held at the Keokuk Middle School Gymnasium on August 3th, 2018 from 8 AM to 6 PM. Parking is available behind the school. At registration, you can setup your Parent Portal Account, speak to the food service staff, sign up for bus services, pickup KHS Activity Passes, and schedules from guidance counselors, speak to building administrators, pay your fees, and visit booths set up by local interest groups.

KHS Activity Passes can be purchased (and purchased online any time) and picked up at the high school activities office starting Monday, August 6th, 2018.

For more information, call (319) 524-1402.

New to our District?

For anyone registering for the first time must bring the following:

Open Enrollment Information

District Documents


To determine bus eligibility and signup for bus service, please come to registration or contact the Bus Garage at 319-524-3690.

Statewide Voluntary Preschool Program

Students that are 4-years-old by September 15, 2017 and students that are 3-years-old through 4-years-old with an Individual Education Plan (IEP) may attend Torrence Preschool. Please contact George Washington & Torrence Preschool’s Principal at 319-524-1953.

Elementary (K-5)

Students in grades K-3 will attend Hawthorne Elementary. Students in grades 4-5 will attend George Washington Elementary.

Middle School (6-8)

High School (9-12)

  • 2015-16 Education Planning Guide
  • School Supply Lists — students do not receive school supply lists as their classes vary.   During the first few days of school, students will receive information from their classroom instructors regarding what supplies will be needed.
  • Dental Screening Form – required for all new students and ninth graders
  • Physical & Concussion FormsRequired for athletics

Other Information