"SnapCodes" needed for registration will be arriving in mail
All families should soon receive a letter with an individualized “SnapCode” that will be used to register for the 2022-23 school year. Letters with the SnapCodes will be sent to the family of new and returning students via U.S. mail starting the week of March 14.
(Families of current eighth-grade students will receive information about registering for high school from the district they will attend.)
It is important that families hold onto this letter because the SnapCode will be needed when registration opens at 8:30 a.m. Wednesday, April 6. A dark blue 2022-23 registration button will be activated on the district’s registration page at that time. Anyone who loses their SnapCode before registration will need to come in to the district office to prove residency. You can see the documents you will need to prove residency here: www.ccsd89.org/Page/8699
Parents are encouraged to complete registration as soon as possible after April 6 to allow the district to plan for staffing and facility needs.
If you do not receive a SnapCode by Monday, April 4, you will need to call the district office to set up a time to prove residency.