Yes, you can register anywhere with an internet connection.
Parents should have all the following information at hand before beginning to fill out the information to avoid having to go to the school if a mistake is made. • Residency documents; • Student-specific information you may need to enter, such as unique medical information; • Any required registration documents that need to be scanned/uploaded/ verified at the school (immunization record, proof of age, etc.)
Contact your individual school if you have any questions about the mandatory items or additional items for payment.
Yes, the process to approve records is done on an individual student basis. Therefore, we need to see the residency file for each child. Example, if you have an elementary and middle school child you will upload the proof of residency document 2 times. Click here for a how to video on how to upload documents.
Not necessarily. If you have questions or if you’d like to know which school your child will attend, please click here.
Board of Education policy and state law require that all students attending the LSR7 School District be permanently domiciled and living within the boundaries of the school district. Students must live with their parent(s) or legal guardian(s).
All parents or guardians of elementary and early childhood students are required to provide proof of residency during enrollment/registration, scheduled during late July/early August. Residency verification is required during these enrollment/registration sessions before students will be assigned to a classroom for the school year. Providing residency verification late July/early August will help LSR7 staff prepare for school and will streamline the elementary Meet Your Teacher Night, scheduled a few days before the first day of school.
All secondary students’ parents or guardians are required to provide proof of LSR7 School District residency during middle school and high school enrollments, scheduled for late July/early August.
Any student wishing to enroll who is domiciled with a guardian residing in the school district will submit a legal document showing court appointed guardianship. Exceptions will be made in adherence to federal/state regulations.
The custody of a child is presumed to be held by the child’s parents unless a court order states otherwise. Even in divorce situations, it is presumed that both parents will have joint legal custody of the child. That is, they will share equally in all important decisions such as medical and educational. If one parent informs the school district that the other parent has been denied custody or visitation, that parent must provide a copy of the court document as proof.
Correct whatever information is allowed to be changed. Note that some information cannot be changed online using PowerSchool Registration and will need to be changed in person at the school.
For new student enrollment throughout the year, each school office will provide a device to assist families. Families can also access public computers at all Mid-Continent Public Library locations. Elementary buildings will be open to new families who need assistance beginning July 29 from 8 a.m to 12 p.m. The secondary building offices are open year round for families who need assistance with completing the online registration.
Yes. You can access the online enrollment system from Android and iOS devices if you are not using the PowerSchool mobile app. Please use this link - https://powerschool.lsr7.org\public.
Yes. As long as the application is not submitted via a Submit button as the final step, applications can be saved if more data entry is needed and reopened at a later time. You will re-enter via the account you set up when you began the enrollment / registration process.
No, the system does not allow changes to a submitted enrollment/registration form. A parent would need to contact their child’s school if a change needs to be made.
Questions marked with a red asterisk (*) require a response, and the process is not complete until those questions are answered.
Once the online registration process is completed, parents will receive a confirmation of submission screen and an email.
No. If you are registering more than one child, you can utilize the same account, but you will have to enter each child’s unique snapcode. If the additional child is new to the District, he/she WILL NOT have a snapcode and must be registered as a new student. Each child will have to be registered through the online process. After completing registration for one child, a parent can simply click a link to begin registration for a second child.
Once all information has been entered for the student with an electronic signature, click “Submit.” A preview page will appear to review information entered for each page letting the parent know if any required fields are missing. Upon final confirmation of submission, the parent/guardian should proceed to the final step of making payment.
If you are having issues with the infosnap program, such as if you have forgotten the unique username and password you created for online registration or if the username and/or password is not working, you must contact PowerSchool Registration for assistance: 866-752-6850 (8 a.m. – 5 p.m.).
If you would like to make a change – prior to submitting the form – you can either navigate back to the page using the Previous button. Or, if you are on the Review page, click on the underlined field. If you have already submitted the form, then you will need to contact your student’s school, so staff members can make the changes for you.
If you don’t know what the question is asking, don’t hesitate to call your school if you have a question about a specific item.
Beginning July 29, please call your child's school office for assistance from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Contact your student's school building.