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Transitional Kindergarten (TK)


What is Two-Way Bilingual Immersion PreK?

  • Transitional Kindergarten is a public school program for 4-year-olds who turn 4 on or before September 1st. Children who are enrolled in Transitional Kindergarten will be automatically enrolled in a regular kindergarten class the following year. The curriculum is modeled on a modified kindergarten curriculum that is age and developmentally appropriate.

  • In Transitional Kindergarten all subject matter is taught in Spanish, without translation. Additionally, all students receive a daily period of English language development (ELD).



Children must turn 4 on or before September 1, 2024.

Tour: We will be holding one optional tour Friday, January 26th at 9:45am. This tour is for adults only, please no children. No pre-registration is required.

Registration Dates: Between January 22 and February 9, 2024
*No priority is given based on the date that you come in with your paperwork.
Times: No set times. All can be done from home until you bring in your paperwork in to the office.

Parent Information Night: This meeting is not mandatory but it will give you an aditional point in our admission process.

Parents will get a chance to meet some of the teachers, see a classroom, and ask questions about our program. Parents will also watch a few short videos and fill out a quick questionnaire (part of the point system for our admission process. 

Date: January 23rd 

Time: 6:00pm- 7:30pm


Final Enrollment: If your student has been selected* to be enrolled for 2024-25, we will contact you via text and email by mid May, 2024.

Windsor Residents: If your student does not get in to Cali, please reach out to Mattie Washburn, your student will be allowed to enroll there. 



There are THREE steps to complete a registration:

STEP 1: Presentation & Video

Watch this presentation and videothen answer questions about what you saw by filling out the questionnaire in Step 2.

If you attended the January 23rd meeting you do not need to rewatch these or re-do the questionnaire. 

Presentation Link 

TK video Link


STEP 2: Complete the Questionnaire

If you attended the January 23rd meeting you do not need to rewatch these or re-do the questionnaire. 

Questionnaire Link


STEP 3: Pre-Enrollment

Complete the online pre-enrollment through WUSD.
PLEASE NOTE: This will only be open January 22-February 9th.

NOTE: This Aeries system is a registration system, it is not the Aeries Parent Portal for any children you might have in the Windsor District already. Your password might be different or you might need to create an account if you haven't registered a student in WUSD within the past 4 years.


STEP 4: Paperwork

Drop off your paperwork.
You may bring it to our Attendance Window. Our address is 9491 Starr Road. If you need assistance with making copies of your paperwork, please reach out to us during the weeks of January 22 through February 9.

Required paperwork:

  1. Confirmation of pre-enrollment from step 3.

  2. Proof of age - Children must turn 4 on or before September 1, 2024.
    One of the following documents: a copy of a certified birth certificate or a statement by the local Registrar or County Recorder certifying the date of birth, a duly attested baptism certificate, or a passport. When none of the above documents is obtainable, an affidavit of the parent/guardian.

  3. Immunization Records - This is just to obtain an initial record of your child's immunizations. You do not need to be up-to-date on immunizations quite yet.

  4. Proof of Residency - Any TWO of the following documents showing the name and address of the parent/guardian within or outside of the district. 

  • Property tax payment receipt

  • Rental property contract, lease, or payment receipt

  • Utility service contract, statement, or payment receipt (a cell phone receipt is not considered a utility)

  • Pay stub

  • Voter registration

  • Correspondence from a government agency

  • A notarized Declaration of Residency executed by the student's parent/guardian

  • If the student is residing in the home of a caregiving adult within district boundaries, an affidavit executed by the caregiving adult in accordance with Family Code 6552



To determine enrollment priority for new students, each application is first sorted based on the language balance needed for the instructional model. School administrators will determine the appropriate linguistic group for each student application.

Within each of these groups, one point is given to student applicants for each of the following:

  • Child of CCLA and/or WUSD District staff members

  • Sibling of current CCLA student(s)

  • Windsor Unified School District attendance area residents

  • Attending the in person information meeting

  • Viewing each of the CCLA video presentations (STEP 1 above) on our website and answering questions on the accompanying Google Form. If you complete both, you will receive one point.

Applications are ranked based on the number of points. Applications with more points assigned are placed into classes first. Thus, applications with four points would be placed followed by applications with three points and then applications with two points, etc.



If you have questions, please contact our office at 707-837-7747 between the hours of 8:30am-3:00pm, Monday-Friday. Check our website calendar for any closures. You may also email us at

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