Student Registration/Enrollment

Etowah County Schools Student
Enrollment

Etowah County Schools now utilizes InfoSnap, an online system for registering and updating student information. This solution eliminates the need to complete paper packets and creates an efficient means for updating information year after year. Please
note the following details and dates for registration and proof of residence. All required documents must be reviewed and approved before your child’s registration is considered complete.


If you do not have access to a computer or mobile device (smart phone, tablet, etc) to complete online registration, please contact the school where your student will be enrolled next year.

Returning/Current Students

Step One: Complete Returning Student Registration 

Parents should click the link below to access the InfoSnap Registration Page. Then,
enter the 15 digit Student Snapcode to access the InfoSnap account and review and/or
make any changes to the student information. InfoSnap 'snapcodes' will be made
available each spring for students returning the following school year, so that
information can be updated. If you have not received the student SnapCode, email or
call the registrar at the school where you student is currently enrolled.

COMING SOON: Link for 2018-2019 Returning Student Registration

 If you have questions or need assistance with INFOSNAP, contact support staff at 866-752-6850 (8am-5pm) or email at
support@infosnap.com.


Step Two: If necessary, visit the Etowah County School for which you are enrolling the student with documentation to support any changes made to the student information (example: change of address/proof of residence).  

New Students

Step 1: Who needs to enroll?

Students who will be attending an Etowah County School for the first time*
Students new to the district (they have recently moved into the district or previously attended a private school or home-school)


Step 2: Complete New Student Registration

2017-18 NEW STUDENT REGISTRATION

2018-2019 New Student Registration
You may use the School Zone Locator tool to identify your student’s zoned school if you are unsure of which school your address is zoned.

NEW KINDERGARTEN FRIENDS REGISTER HERE


Click HERE for 2018-19 NEW STUDENT Registration


Step 3:
Visit the Etowah County School for which you are enrolling the student.

Download/view ECS Enrollment Reference Guide for a complete list of an acceptable forms of documentation.

You will need to provide the following:
Withdrawal Forms From Previous School
Proof of Custody When Warranted (See definition below)
Student’s Valid Social Security Card (optional)
Age Verification (Please refer to the ECS Student Enrollment Reference Guide)
Original Blue Immunization Form (Must be up-to- date)
Proof of Residency – Must provide two (2) of the following And Photo ID:

 Copy of lease or mortgage agreement
 Copy of current utility bill in a parent’s/guardian’s name (power, gas, water, telephone, etc.)
 Property Tax Notice, Voters Registration Card

* Photo ID may include a driver’s license, a state identification card, a passport, or other official photo identification, such as an ID card obtained through an official government agency or consulate. *If the current utility bills are not in the parent or guardian’s name, an ”Affidavit of Residence” must be completed and notarized to verify that the student resides in the enrolling district before student can be enrolled (form provided by school office upon request).

If false information is provided, by the student, parent or guardian, in order to ensure enrollment of a non-resident or out of zone student, the principal may immediately withdraw the student upon discovery of the false information.


LEGAL CUSTODY DEFINITION
Only the parent of record, legal guardian or parent with court approved custody shall be recognized and considered to be the legally authorized person in any school related matters pertaining to an individual student. The school system will afford a natural parent(s) of record the right that the Family Education Right and Privacy Act of 1974 affords him/her unless the court or a responsible party has provided the school system with a legal binding document that specifically revokes or extinguishes the parent(s)’ of record right to have knowledge of and participate in the child’s schooling.  We do not accept custody papers that have ONLY been notarized. When the parent of record enrolls a student in school, the principal should be notified of any completed or pending legal action affecting the family and of any previous placement or expulsion at any school. The principal should be given a copy of the most recent court order creating or limiting the rights of the non-custodial parent(s) of record.  Should neither parent(s) of record file a court order with the school, the school presumes that the person who enrolls the child in school is the custodial parent and that there are no restrictions on the other parent’s rights.
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