While we encourage parents to correspond directly with their child's school and the registration office, the below information will provide you with an overview of parents frequently asked questions to our offices with regard to registration.
Frequently Asked Questions:
1. How do I change my address?
- You will need to provide an updated proof of residency (bill, lease or mortgage statement) to your child’s current school or to the Registration Office.
- You will also need to complete the District Residency form to be given out by your child's school or the registration office.
2. How do I change my email and phone number?
- You can change your phone information through Home Access Center. On your child’s page click on the registration icon, on the right hand side of the page in the contact section click on the edit button. This will allow you to change your phone numbers.
- If you require other changes that are greyed out such as address or email please fill out our online update form located under the Registration icon, Update registration form. This form is than approved by office staff before updates can been seen in HAC. You will receive email notification when this is approved.
3. Where can I view any medical alerts for my child?
- You can view this information on Home Access Center. On the main page on the left hand side click on Medical Information. If the information is incorrect, please contact your building’s school nurse.
4. How do I update my weather preferences?
- All you need to do is click on the district Parent Portal/HAC link and log in. Then, press “weather call time” to choose when you wish to be notified — 5:30 a.m., 6:15 a.m. or 7 a.m.
- Please note: Though you can select your preference, you cannot opt out of the call.
- Finally, to make sure your phone numbers are correct, press the registration button and then the edit button on the right side of your screen, and the numbers will appear.
- For an additional way of finding out about weather-related announcements, download the free SCASD App available in the App Store and on Google Play.
- Make sure you “allow notifications,” because that’s how weather alerts are communicated.