Friday was also K day, as in kindergarten registration. The paperwork was fairly easy, just 4 documents, one of which was a language survey, to which I had to answer "English" 4 or 5 times. Super complex! The big event itself consisted of one of the teacher's going with the kids to play while the other "interviewed" me. Then I got to have a brief chat with the guidance counselor, and then the nurse.
We should get a letter in June about their class placement. I have asked that they go into a class together - I don't think they need to be separated, although Liz did tell me she wanted to be in her own class (she did change her mind mere minutes later).
So it is a done deal! They do their assessments during the first week or 2 of school. Which means there is no turning back. Not that I was planning to. They are going to kindergarten! And whenever I think about that fact I do a little jig inside :)