Registration for Hamilton County schools is now available online.
In the past, parents filled out paper forms and school personnel input the data into the computer system.
Parent’s can now access online registration on the district’s new website.
Registration is necessary for all students from first grade to seniors in high school.
Parents of returning students will need a “snap code” for the online registration to access a child’s current information.
The school system mailed the codes to each student’s current home address to allow parents to register online.
Anyone who didn’t receive one or lost it can contact the school system.
Two proof of residency documents may also be required.
Acceptable proof of residence documents include a current electric, water, gas, phone or cable bill from within the last 60 days in the guardian’s name.
Officials said parents should make a PDG document or take a picture of the documents with a smartphone to upload them into the online registration system.
Registration for first through 12th-grade students in Hamilton County School will continue until Sept. 7.
For technical support, parents can visit the school system’s PowerSchool Community help center, or click help from any page on the registration site.
Those without computer access can register at area schools. Contact the school to find the days and times computers will be available to register.
Call 423-498-7104 for more information.