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USD 305 On-Line Enrollment Proves Popular

Todd Pittenger - August 2, 2013 3:58 pm

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About half of parents enrolling their students for USD 305 schools for the upcoming school year used the new on-line process.

According to USD 305, about 77 percent of the total student body is currently enrolled.

Of those that are now enrolled, about 39 percent of them participated in walk-in enrollment at their respective schools on Wednesday of this week. Close to that same number, about 38 percent, took advantage of the new on-line enrollment process.

Online enrollment opened on July 17th. This was the first

Officials believe that the on-line enrollment numbers are probably even a little higher because more parents/guardians worked on the process but didn’t complete a final, required button. School staff are currently following up.

The results, and what was learned, will help to fine tune the process for next year.

Classes at Salina USD 305 schools begin in a couple of weeks, on August 14th and 15th. Here is the schedule for the first week:

* Wednesday, August 14, 2013 First Day of School for Grades K – 5 and for Grades 6 and 9 (No School Grades 7,8,10,11,12)

* Thursday, August 15, 2013 All Grade Levels Attend

School Hours
Elementary Schedule
Kindergarten AM – 8:30-11:25
Kindergarten PM – 2:30-3:25
Grades 1-5 – 8:30-3:25

Middle School Schedule
Grades 6, 7 & 8 – 7:35-2:30

High School Schedule
Grades 9-12
Mon./Wed./Fri – 7:35-2:35
Tues./Thurs – 8:00-2:35

C R

August 4, 2013 at 6:59 am

The online registration is not a bad option, it made registration easier this year for my kids. However the schools need to keep in mind having the staff at the schools is highly important as well. Making the parent wait to turn in paperwork for kids that have situations where a medical release to the nurse or questions for the staff is needed, it makes it harder on the parent which can lead to the parent(s) forgetting to turn in these important documents.

Iggy p Daily

August 4, 2013 at 8:39 am

Let’s talk about the $111 Million the school board wants to stick us taxpayers with??? That is news and we should not stand for it.

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