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Madison City Schools: All students must re-enroll

MADISON – Madison school officials are reminding parents and guardians that all returning students must re-enroll.

Registration for Madison City Schools remains open for both new students and returning students. All returning students must re-enroll regardless of whether they are planning to choose school-based or virtual instruction.

School leaders say an accurate student count is important because it gives greater assurance that previous course selections can be granted and staffing is sufficient for the number of students enrolled.

The school district sent an email on June 8 that includes a snapcode link for each returning student. If you can’t find it, they may have gone to your spam folder. The email came from noreplyregistration@powerschool.com. If you cannot find this original email and are still in need of a snapcode for your student, please email registrar@madisoncity.k12.al.us

If you have more than one student, you will receive a separate email with a separate snapcode for each student.

If your child will be entering school for the first time, recently moved into the school district, or transferring from a private school, home school or other school system, school officials are asking people to please begin the registration process now. You can find all of the information at https://www.madisoncity.k12.al.us/domain/113 including an FAQ, registration requirements and the New Student Enrollment link.

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