Bedford schools change to online student registration
For more informationFor more information, call your child’s school: Memorial Elementary at 627-1776; Peter Woodbury Elementary, 622-0431, Riddle Brook Elementary, 471-1082; McKelvie Intermediate, 472-3951; Lurgio Middle School, 310-9100; and Bedford High School, 310-9000.
Parents registering their child will no longer have piles of paperwork to complete on the first day of school.
“We’ve heard from parents that they have to fill out a myriad of paperwork, and our secretaries have to take that information and update it into our system,” said Superintendent Tim Mayes. “It’s also easier for parents with multiple kids in the district.”
The new online registration system was activated on Aug. 7 for the 2013-14 school year. The secure online system is powered by infosnap, Mayes said, and replaces all hard-copy registration and permission forms students used to bring home on their first day of school.
“They can verify the information and update it. If they changed their physician, they had to fill out forms, but now it’s all done online,” Mayes said. “It’s less work for parents and less work for our secretaries. It’s a friendlier way to update information.”
“Our new technology director, Terry Bullard, and others have spent countless hours making sure it’s working smoothly,” Mayes said, adding Bullard recently took over the position from Karl Haven, who retired.
If parents do not have Internet access, they may make an appointment to use a school computer to complete the process.
“We would appreciate all families to take action and complete the online registration as soon as possible after receiving the email,” he said.
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