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Kyrene School District Offers Online Registration

The Kyrene School District is one of the latest to offer online registration for students.  

Starting Monday, Jan. 7, parents of new and returning students will be able to go online to secure a seat in the classroom.

“Traditionally parents would have to come in person with all of their paperwork and fill everything out and now they’re going to be able to go online and do things digitally,” said district spokesperson Erin Helm.  

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Parents of new students will still have to bring their child’s birth certificate to the school, but otherwise the process will be totally online.

Helm said the district will benefit from knowing whether current students plan to return next year and having a centralized location for student information such as emergency contacts.

Families will also still be able to register in person.

Nearby Mesa and Scottsdale public school districts also offer online enrollment.

Mariana Dale rustles up stories as a senior field correspondent based out of KJZZ’s East Valley Bureau in Tempe. She’s followed a microphone onto cattle ranches, to the Dominican Republic and many places in between. Dale believes in a story’s strength to introduce us to diverse perspectives, inspire curiosity and hold public leaders accountable for their actions. She started at KJZZ on the digital team in 2016 and still spends a lot of time thinking about how to engage with our community online. Dale has learned from stints at Arizona Public Media, The Arizona Daily Star, The Arizona Republic and as an intern at NPR’s Morning Edition in Culver City. She graduated from the University of Arizona with a bachelor’s degree in journalism. Dale is grateful for the mentoring of the New York Times Student Journalism Institute, the Chips Quinn Scholars program and AIR’s New Voices Scholars. A desert native, she loves spending time outside hiking, tending to her cactus and reading.