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Alabama School District Addresses Parent Woes With K-12 Online 

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE- IRVINE, CA AUGUST 9, 2016

Jefferson County Schools in Birmingham, Alabama will be implementing K-12 Online’s Online Registration System with its Integrated Webstore and Reconciliation System this fall.


Jefferson County Board of Education, Alabama’s 2nd largest school district, has taken action to streamline registration for both parents and school staff.  This year, 36,000 students will be using K-12 Online’s Registration System to seamlessly integrate with Chalkable (formerly STI’S INOW), update demographic information, acknowledge permissions, pay for school items, and make donations….online!


Online school registration gets good grade from parents, students

Newport-Mesa Unified officials say the system saves wait times, going from as much as four hours to a 45-minute average.

COSTA MESA — With the first day of school around the corner, parents and students headed to area campuses Tuesday to complete registration.

Corona del Mar High School seniors, Costa Mesa Middle School seventh-graders and their parents snaked their way around the campus from booth to booth to prepare for school.


Two schools to pilot online registration system 

COSTA MESA - To lighten parents' paperwork in signing their children up for the next scholastic year, the Newport-Mesa Unified School District this summer will pilot an online registration system at Costa Mesa and Corona del Mar high schools.



Newport-Mesa Unified to expand online registration 

COSTA MESA — Registration will be easier and quicker next year for middle and high school students, thanks to an expansion of a pilot online registration system.



Apodaca: CdM High's online preregistration a breeze       

Journalists don't much like good news. Give me a juicy scandal any day of the week, and I'm in my element.

So it's with a touch of chagrin that I must admit that Newport-Mesa Unified School District's pilot online preregistration project went well. Very well.

Darn.


Online registration: District tests new system

Two campuses will have first crack at new program, which will allow for a more streamlined registration process.

     

Journalists don't much like good news. Give me a juicy scandal any day of the week, and I'm in my element.

So it's with a touch of chagrin that I must admit that Newport-Mesa Unified School District's pilot online preregistration project went well. Very well.

Darn.


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